I took these with Agfa Vista 400, in my opinion the best of the cheap higher ISO color films (Superia always seems to have a sludge-vomit pink color cast… guess you get what you pay for). I developed them in D-76 (black and white developer) at 25 degrees Celsius for 12 minutes. I arrived at that time based on HP5 push-process developing times (I underexposed by two stops). I agitated every 15 seconds for the hell of it.
Enough with the mumbo-jumbo. They turned out pretty decent! They’re noticeably different from all the other black and white film I shot. Much more grey, which I don’t necessarily feel is a bad thing. Kind of reminds me of the black and white sequences in “Fallen Angels”. I’m going to do this a lot more in the future. Mess around, post my methods and results for those who are interested.