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05-04-2010, 06:52 AM   #211
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That photo has a gorgeous painterly feel to it... every element seems placed there for a reason and works to create a very artful feel for the whole piece. Really nice!

*And* the developing looks awesome.

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Splendid results. Those are really good.
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Thank you very much especially coming from a master of 6*7.

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That photo has a gorgeous painterly feel to it... every element seems placed there for a reason and works to create a very artful feel for the whole piece. Really nice!

*And* the developing looks awesome.
Whoa, thank you, you will make me blush
I will pass the comments to my wife and my dog - as she was so pissed-off with me that day for shooting for too long while she was waiting.

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I will pass the comments to my wife and my dog - as she was so pissed-off with me that day for shooting for too long while she was waiting.

Cheers,

Luc

Now why does that sound so familiar, Luc? But your results are definitely worth the agita!

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That photo has a gorgeous painterly feel to it... every element seems placed there for a reason and works to create a very artful feel for the whole piece. Really nice!

*And* the developing looks awesome.
Luc,

1+ on that one! Simply beautiful.

Thank the wife for her patience and the dog for his regal stance (Tervuren?)

I am pleased to see the results you got from the Foma 100. I have a roll of Arista EDU Ultra 100 coming (reputed to be the same as the Foma) and am looking forward to seeing what it can do.


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...I will pass the comments to my wife and my dog - as she was so pissed-off with me that day for shooting for too long while she was waiting.

Luc
Then double bonus points on those shots. It seems every time I have someone impatiently waiting for me to "...hurry up and get your shots" I don't get any good ones. I need to be by myself and free to take my ever-loving, nag-free time!
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Thank you very much all.
In total fairness, she is very patient with me most of the time.
A lot more then I am when she is doing her stuff

I have to say that these are the first photos I have taken with the 645 that make me thing - yes there is a difference with the 35mm.
I am not sure if it is due to the use of a different development, the light quality that day or simply the learning curve.

In any case, I like the concept of stand development so I will need to experiment with Perceptol and stand development.
I do not have any clear guidelines as for Rodinal so it will be a little bit of an adventure

Cheers,

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Fuji 400H, Dwayne's develop + scan. First time I had them scan color print film, they do a good job. This was with the 75... I have the same shot maybe with the 150 but with Provia... I did not have Dwayne scan the Provia this time, so I'll be doing so myself...


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These are all 67II shots using the 55 or 105mm SMC lenses and various filters:

APX 25 (Imperial, SK)
ATP 1.1 (Liberty, SK)
Panatomic-X (Waseca, SK)
RSXII (Reford SK, sunrise)
ATP 1.1 (Big Valley, AB, sunrise)

The film was all scanned on a Nikon 9000.


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Fuji 400H, Dwayne's develop + scan. First time I had them scan color print film, they do a good job. This was with the 75... I have the same shot maybe with the 150 but with Provia... I did not have Dwayne scan the Provia this time, so I'll be doing so myself...
I hope you put the canvas cover back on my car before you left; otherwise, it'll get dust, leaves and fade the paint! Nice shot, btw.

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Hasselblad 500C/M, Zeiss Sonnar CF T* 150mm f4, NDX400 Filter, Fuji 100 Acros, PMK Pyro, 60 seconds


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QuoteOriginally posted by materialsguy Quote
These are all 67II shots using the 55 or 105mm SMC lenses and various filters:

APX 25 (Imperial, SK)
ATP 1.1 (Liberty, SK)
Panatomic-X (Waseca, SK)
RSXII (Reford SK, sunrise)
ATP 1.1 (Big Valley, AB, sunrise)

The film was all scanned on a Nikon 9000.

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Great architecture. You kept convergence to a minimum with that 55mm. So you have some 120 Pan-X? Sweet.
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100 Acros, PMK Pyro, 60 seconds
Whoa the stones on the front are positively "glowing".
Can we say HDR for film or is it an oxymoron.
Have you used the same combination Across 100 Pyro of 645? It should give similar result even if the neg is smaller?

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Whoa the stones on the front are positively "glowing".
Can we say HDR for film or is it an oxymoron.
Have you used the same combination Across 100 Pyro of 645? It should give similar result even if the neg is smaller?

Cheers,

Luc
I don't have a 645 or ever have used one. Can you get a WLF for those? Why sure, I don't see why you wouldn't get similar results.
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