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05-24-2011, 07:34 AM   #1876
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What a great cat, I love the furry fringe in your shot.


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I mentioned that I thought that this roll was a bit underdeveloped (it's from the same roll as my last image), so I developed the next one a bit longer (~3:40). But it's still thinner than the first rolls and the colors aren't that pronounced as before. So probably the chems are fading a bit and I'm "only" on 9 rolls. I'll do a few more and prolong the development even more. If it doesn't get better, I'll scrap the chems and buy some new. It has been much cheaper than sending the film off anyway.
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well that (thread) was fun, thanks everyone... i had bid on a 645n on ebay but i lost... kinda glad i lost though i dont think i want the hassle of film, so i should just go and buy the 645d instead :P
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QuoteOriginally posted by WerTicus Quote
well that (thread) was fun, thanks everyone... i had bid on a 645n on ebay but i lost... kinda glad i lost though i dont think i want the hassle of film, so i should just go and buy the 645d instead :P
"hassle of film"... Don't you mean, "pleasure of film"?

Personally I find it a lot of fun. There's no reason why you can't shoot digital and film in parallel also. I like to use either film or digital depending on the subject and the desired result.

p.s. If you want to know of some good labs in Perth, or some other local tips send me a PM

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QuoteOriginally posted by WerTicus Quote
well that (thread) was fun, thanks everyone... i had bid on a 645n on ebay but i lost... kinda glad i lost though i dont think i want the hassle of film, so i should just go and buy the 645d instead :P
Being that the price difference between a 645N and 645D is peanuts, sure, why not.

I, for one, shoot mechanical cameras for the fun of it. Fully automagic digital ones like that are sometimes are just too easy.
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Love the bridge (or whatever it is?).
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Compliments to the wife, Luc !
Nice DOF on both, Jussi !
Superb view of the lake, martin !

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Pentax 67 105 2.4 Tri-X and D76


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Great Series of shots especially the bridge/pier thingy!!
What camera did you use?
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+100, awe!

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Pentax 67 105 2.4 Tri-X and D76
That's what the 67 and Tri-x are made for!

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Great Series of shots especially the bridge/pier thingy!!
What camera did you use?
Thank you! I use Pentax 6x7 with MLU
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Love the bridge (or whatever it is?).
It's a guide for landing/departing of aeroplane.
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Love the bridge (or whatever it is?).
Ditto.


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