Recently I shot some long exposures on Rollei RPX 25 Film. It was early morning with beautiful clouds and to help with getting past the 1 second mark I added a Red Filter and also a Polorising Filter to my lens.
I developed the film in my replenished XTOL stock for 6.5 minutes at 20°.
Negatives came out well with very fine grain. I had to pre-wash the film first to get rid of the anti dilation dye that I know is quite heavy on this film. I didn’t want that colour to get into my XTOL STOCK.
The reciprocity failure times were not bad at all. I found some information online for this.
Here are the scans from that shoot. I don’t use a professional scanner but the scans give me an alternative reference to a contact sheet.
You will see I bracketed my shots starting with 3 second exposure, the 1 second then 6 seconds. And here is the YouTube video associated with me shooting this film.