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04-07-2011, 07:01 AM   #1576
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QuoteOriginally posted by Smolk Quote
Nice shots! I like the fact that your first breaks the rules of thirds and so on. Don't like such rules, other than as the learning curves they are.
Thank you ! I have an eye for that

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Alright, I've now developed my first roll of color film at home! Expired Fuji Reala 100 in P67II, processed with the Tetenal C-41 kit gave me this...

For some bloody reason Photobucket refuses to let me upload some pictures, so these are the only ones that work for now.
Nice color shots. I use the Unicolor and Jobo press kits. I think they are really the same with a different label on the box.
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Crashed a wedding recently, there were some interesting guests...

Pentax 67, 105 f/2.4, Tri-X @ 400 in Tmax dev



And another, no relation to the previous shot...

Pentax 67, 105 f/2.4, Tri-X @ 400 in Tmax dev



After struggling to develop any 120 film for a few months, I finally purchased some hewes reels and steel tanks. Previouslly I was using patersons, which I found to be great for 35mm but a real pain for 120. Must say, the hewes reels are much better!
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Interesting shots, Goddo. I think if I crashed a wedding with a camera, I'd try it with something less conspicuous, but it worked for you.

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Took my 645n/75A for a walk along the lake. Found this beautiful classic yacht under the Freeway Bridge. Acros, Rodinal 1/100, 18 min. Just scanned, be a few days before I get into the dark with and see how it prints.
Looks great to me.

QuoteOriginally posted by Makten Quote
Alright, I've now developed my first roll of color film at home! Expired Fuji Reala 100 in P67II, processed with the Tetenal C-41 kit gave me this...

For some bloody reason Photobucket refuses to let me upload some pictures, so these are the only ones that work for now.
Lovely colour results, well done on the processing too!

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Nice shot !

Makten those colours are fantastic ! As the subjects !

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Bollenberg Chapel • Alsace • France

645N • FA75 • Agfachrome RSXII 50

Hibiscus Bokeh

645N • FA150 • Agfachrome RSXII 50
Lovely Agfachrome colour!
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Interesting shots, Goddo. I think if I crashed a wedding with a camera, I'd try it with something les conspicuous.
Haha
You may have a point, but I was already part way through the roll of Tri-X when the subjects presented themselves. I was in the public location for something else, so I decided to have a look. Strangely I attracted hardly any attention at all. I didn't get that close however.

Pentax 67, 105 f/2.4, Tri-X @ 400 in Tmax dev

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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
Haha
You may have a point, but I was already part way through the roll of Tri-X when the subjects presented themselves. I was in the public location for something else, so I decided to have a look. Strangely I attracted hardly any attention at all. I didn't get that close however.
In my experience taking a MF camera to weddings as a guest has been no problem. People expect to see cameras and don't seem too gun shy after the curiosity wears off with the strange thing you are holding.

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Let me try again. Data is f13 EI either 200 or 400. Conversion in Silver Efex Pro.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
In my experience taking a MF camera to weddings as a guest has been no problem. People expect to see cameras and don't seem too gun shy after the curiosity wears off with the strange thing you are holding.
True for me, too--when I am INVITED!

I have had the hired pro say something to me when my rig looked a little advanced for a guest, though. Sometimes they are concerned that someone else will try to sell photos.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Nice color shots. I use the Unicolor and Jobo press kits. I think they are really the same with a different label on the box.
Do you use some kind of automatic device for agitation and temperature? I used my simple Paterson tank, which is far from ideal. I'm gonna try to build some kind of larger, insulated bath for heating the chemicals a bit faster next time.

Since I couldn't upload all the pics I wanted, you might want to see three more that I posted in my blog: Mina damer och herrar, låt mig presentera färgframkallning i badrummet! - Fotosidan
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QuoteOriginally posted by Makten Quote
Do you use some kind of automatic device for agitation and temperature?
Ha! Ha! Another opportunity to promote the Ag-O-Matic!


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QuoteOriginally posted by Makten Quote
Do you use some kind of automatic device for agitation and temperature? I used my simple Paterson tank, which is far from ideal. I'm gonna try to build some kind of larger, insulated bath for heating the chemicals a bit faster next time.

Since I couldn't upload all the pics I wanted, you might want to see three more that I posted in my blog: Mina damer och herrar, låt mig presentera färgframkallning i badrummet! - Fotosidan
No, no automatic device. I wish though. I do what GeneV described. I heat the chemical containers in an insulated beverage cooler at a high temp. Then when they reach that temp, I refill and get it to the correct temp and put them and the film tank in it between agitations. The volume of water holds that temp good enough for the short development time. The blix has a little more temperature tolerance and can afford a small temp decrease.

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Ha! Ha! Another opportunity to promote the Ag-O-Matic!

Steve
I have given it some thought of making a color version of Ag-O-Matic. But too much work. I wish I would have purchased a Jobo system when they were still made.

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Nice shots Jason (especially the lady ) and Makten !

Tuco, a CPP2 for $1800 mint : and for the same price an Autolab ATL-3 :
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QuoteOriginally posted by fs999 Quote
Nice shots Jason (especially the lady ) and Makten !

Tuco, a CPP2 for $1800 mint : and for the same price an Autolab ATL-3 :

hahah holy crap, think i'd be more tempted by the autolab
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