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04-03-2011, 04:31 PM   #1546
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One more with the Zeiss, this time with Across 100 in Rodinal stand.



I need to find what shade can be used as the lens is uncoated and needs it big time. It might be a 32mm push-on...

Cheers,

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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
One more with the Zeiss, this time with Across 100 in Rodinal stand.

...
I need to find what shade can be used as the lens is uncoated and needs it big time. It might be a 32mm push-on...

Cheers,

Luc
That's a nice shot with your family members Luc
Is that flare I can see? Half way up the left side of the frame and also towards the top right?
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Nice shots Gene and Luc !
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That's a nice shot with your family members Luc
Is that flare I can see? Half way up the left side of the frame and also towards the top right?

Yes it is. I need a sun shade...

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Nice shots Gene and Luc !

Thank you.
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I just tried my first roll of Kodak Tmax 400 with the Pentax 67II. The results are good, but I think I prefer "traditional" film, such as Tri-X and HP5+...

75/4.5 @ f/11:




90/2.8 @ f/4:




90/2.8 @ f/4:




90/2.8 @ f/2.8:




90/2.8 @ f/8:

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It does look good. What did you develop with. I have a few rolls on order as I am looking at a replacement for Plus-X for a 400 film
I am looking at:
  • Tmax400 in Pyrocat
  • Trix400 in Diafine at 400 instead of 1250
  • TriX400 in Pyrocat at 400/320
I have ruled out Rodinal for TriX.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Makten Quote
I just tried my first roll of Kodak Tmax 400 with the Pentax 67II. The results are good, but I think I prefer "traditional" film, such as Tri-X and HP5+...

75/4.5 @ f/11:




90/2.8 @ f/4:




90/2.8 @ f/4:




90/2.8 @ f/2.8:




90/2.8 @ f/8:
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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
It does look good. What did you develop with.
Thanks, I'm souping everything in Rodinal (Fomadon R09) nowadays. This was 1:40 at 8 minutes with agitation once a minute, but at EI 400 (which this was), one or two minutes longer had been better.

I like Tri-X better for scanning, as it gives a more foregiving tonality that lets you crank the conrast the way you want at a certain tonal interval. The Tmax film is sharper, but also less forgiving exposure-wise with higher contrast.

One very nice thing with it, is that it came out completely flat! No curling or curving what so ever. And the film base is clear with no purple cast at all, which I get all the time with Tri-X.

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This is Tmax 400 @ 200 in WD2D pyro.

In the future, I am leaning toward rating this film at 250 instead.

Gary
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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
One more with the Zeiss, this time with Across 100 in Rodinal stand.

I need to find what shade can be used as the lens is uncoated and needs it big time. It might be a 32mm push-on...

Cheers,

Luc
Very cool. Nice scene and nice tones.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Makten Quote
Thanks, I'm souping everything in Rodinal (Fomadon R09) nowadays. This was 1:40 at 8 minutes with agitation once a minute, but at EI 400 (which this was), one or two minutes longer had been better.

I like Tri-X better for scanning, as it gives a more foregiving tonality that lets you crank the conrast the way you want at a certain tonal interval. The Tmax film is sharper, but also less forgiving exposure-wise with higher contrast.

One very nice thing with it, is that it came out completely flat! No curling or curving what so ever. And the film base is clear with no purple cast at all, which I get all the time with Tri-X.
Those shots came out very nicely. I've generally stayed away from R09 with T-grain films, but perhaps I shouldn't.

BTW, the latest version of R09 (R09 One Shot) seems to work with the standard Rodinal dilutions (1:50, 1:100) rather than the 1:40, 1:80 of the former version.
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Nice shots Makten !
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Testing out my new 45mm on the Pentax 6x7 with some Ektar 25. Image scanned on V700 and only basic adjustments
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Testing out my new 45mm on the Pentax 6x7 with some Ektar 25. Image scanned on V700 and only basic adjustments
Nice. I like it. Is that expired Ektar 25 PHR? I still have some of that in the freezer with an expiration date of 1997.
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Nice. I like it. Is that expired Ektar 25 PHR? I still have some of that in the freezer with an expiration date of 1997.
Yes PHR this was about that age as well that had been in somebody elses fridge, pity it was the only roll I got.
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