The original super8 film was a Kodak Tri-X. It was two or 1,5 stops underexposed. I tried to push it with different chemicals.
The first two images are the result when you use regular photo chemicals. This test should be seen as a ‘what happens with the light or dark images’ if we use other than regular chemicals to process our underexposed film. Do not pay attention to the greyscale because the scans aren’t that great.
Do it yourself
The first three experiments can easily be done. When it comes to the use of sodium thiocyanate I must warm you. Only use this chemical if you are in a controlled environment with air ventilation and protective clothing.