Eight days in the desert produces a lot of exposed film. I'm working through the boxes without hurrying or cutting corners. About 180 shots. I'm using Xtol 1:1 and 68 degree water. The film is HP5 and FP4.
I unloaded and reloaded film holders every evening and in the middle of the day. At night I waited until full dark after 9:30. When the sun was up, I had to have a session in the deepest shade I could find to park. I put my arms through the sleeves of my fleece North Face jacket to block out any armhole light leaks into the bag, hung a sleeping bag over the seats to block the light and put the dark cloth over the bag. No film light leak problems so far and I am about halfway through.
Daily dust storm.
The Salt Spot Cave.
Leaning slab under the White Tower.
The most runs I have made in a day is seven. The limiting factor is having to make ice to produce enough cool water. Tap water is running about 91 degrees.
All images iphone proofs.