I have been processing my own black and white film stock for about 4 years now and I just love the process. I process Super 8mm, 16mm and 35mm film and I use two methods: in a bucket and with a G3 Morse processing tank. I prefer the Morse tank just because it is a cleaner process and results can be amazing. In the tank you have two film spools that the film takes up on and to process the film you just roll the film back and forth from spool to spool. I use Kodak D19 developer and I find that this developer is good for all types of b&w film stocks, negative, reversal, print and sound stocks. I use the same processing times for all stocks as well, with 100’ of film I process the film in the developer for 5 minutes with 6 passes in the tank. Processing with the tank does take longer but if you want to have a nice clean negative to work with then this is the best way to process your film. I have been able to control the process so well that my home processing is very close to that of a professional lab. I have processed film for other film artists as well and they have been very happy with my results. I have processed and created black and white 16mm film prints for local film wedding company First Kiss Films. If you enjoy watching film and want to see some very beautiful wedding films shot on film then check out their website www.firstkissfilms.com. If you enjoy making films yourself and have yet to process some film then I recommend doing so, it’s an experience you will not forget. Nothing beats looking at your footage for the first time after you have processed it yourself.