I got some more Ilford HP5 to continue Caffenol experiments. This time I wrote down the exposure details on each shot. I haven’t gone through it in detail yet, but I did touch up a few photos. I’ve found that the contrast is very low no matter what. From reading other people’s experiences, it’s one of the downsides of Caffenol processing. And I love high contrast… All the shots I’ve taken have the brightness taken way down to get some blacks and the contrast bumped way up to pop details. The results have a peculiar aesthetic. They look like snapshots taken half a century ago… Not the worst thing. I have another roll on me, so expect more to come.