Mitsubishi Evolution 7

With Fujifilm discontinuing Acros I’m starting to test other B&W films I haven’t worked with much to see how they fair in caffenol. I have been hoping to find a film as flexible that could be shot from 100-1600iso on the same roll similar to Acros, though that is a tall order. For this roll I shot Kodak T-Max 100 from 100-800iso and developed it in caffenol c-h for 15min at 68f. The 100-400iso shots came out pretty well, though a little thinner than I expected. The 800iso shots were totally unusable, I’m not sure if increasing development time would even fix that, but I might try again and also try caffenol c-l and do that as a semi-stand method. To get the recipes, check out this book.

Looking west on 6th street as cars drive by

Hanging underwear turned into lights

It's just here to raise your rent

Secret Nightcore meet stopped in a foggy spot on Angeles Crest Highway

The Evo 7 and FRS shining their lights into the fog

Moonlight only highlighting the cars

My dirty engine bay on the Evo

Looking down the side of my dirty Evo


It has been a long time in coming, but my Evo is nearly ready for some track days. All that is really left is to add a roll bar, harnesses, fire extinguisher. Last time I washed the car I spent some time getting new shots since I hadn’t really since the Evo 7 conversion was really completed. Next I’ll have to bring it out in the day some places and get new film photos of it.

My Evo 7 parked off of Chevy Chase Drive at night

Rear shot of my Mitsubishi Evo 7 at night

Rear angled shot of my Mitsubishi Evo 7

My Mitsubishi Evo 7 parked at night with the lights on

Front shot of my Mitsubishi Evo 7

Front 3/4 shot of my Mitsubishi Evo 7