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08-19-2011, 03:50 PM   #2506
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Voigtländer Bessa III and Tri-X again...








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QuoteOriginally posted by Makten Quote
Voigtländer Bessa III and Tri-X again...
Some really nice stuff.
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Definitely like the tones you are getting out of TriX in Tamx - still 1+4?

Cheers,

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One ADAM-12, one ADAM-12 a 211 in progress. One ADAM-12 handle code 3.


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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
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1970 Plymouth Satellite

New Portra 160

Lookin good! Classic. I've built more than a few police cruisers. Love the new Portra colors.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Some really nice stuff.
Thanks! Nice police car shot of yours too.

QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
Definitely like the tones you are getting out of TriX in Tamx - still 1+4?
I don't remember if it's 1+4 or 1:4, but it's what the bottle said. Regarding the tones, I could have gotten them with any developer. It's just more or less work with the tone curve.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
One ADAM-12, one ADAM-12 a 211 in progress. One ADAM-12 handle code 3.

Is that when they came to arrest you for taking photos of trains with a TLR?
Worth a couple hours at the Police Station
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QuoteOriginally posted by Makten Quote
I don't remember if it's 1+4 or 1:4, but it's what the bottle said. Regarding the tones, I could have gotten them with any developer. It's just more or less work with the tone curve.
Yes it is 1:4 sorry. I know you do crazy curves adjustments - I tend to be more conservative
Didn't you put a "Matken Curve 101" post on the forum. I couldn't find it again?

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Yes it is 1:4 sorry. I know you do crazy curves adjustments - I tend to be more conservative
Didn't you put a "Matken Curve 101" post on the forum. I couldn't find it again?
What I meant was that if you want the same tonality, it's the curve thing you need to learn, not changing developer. I did a post on curves, yes. But it was for a very special scene and not applicable in most cases.

I plan to write about curves on my swedish blog in a couple of days, and I'll post some of it here in english too.
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Apology for the large size but this thing needs the size to see the hikers on the trail to the right side (glacier side) and the IMGWIDE tag is gone from the forum
Pano of 6 shots taken with Minolta Autocord - TMX In Tmax 1:9
I have to print it in really large but I start sweating at the cost of framing if I decided to.

Yoho Valley viewed from the Iceline Trail




If you have the occasion to come to the Canadian Rockies this is a trail that you need to do. Less people and a view....

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Two from border country in Austria

Am at a very pretty place called Kufstein at the moment. Here are a couple of shots from the inside of the castle, one black and white during the day and one at night....

Both taken with FA 33-55 1st 55mm 6 secs @f/16 4 images merged 45mm at f/13 for 2, 8 15 and 30 secs. Found with a single image that the bottom of the lit area was blown out.





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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Am at a very pretty place called Kufstein at the moment. Here are a couple of shots from the inside of the castle, one black and white during the day and one at night....

Both taken with FA 33-55 1st 55mm 6 secs @f/16 4 images merged 45mm at f/13 for 2, 8 15 and 30 secs. Found with a single image that the bottom of the lit area was blown out.

Kufstein castle arches
Kufstein Castle arches at night
I like the repeating patterns in this shot, nice work. Much prefer the first one.

QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
Apology for the large size but this thing needs the size to see the hikers on the trail to the right side (glacier side) and the IMGWIDE tag is gone from the forum
Pano of 6 shots taken with Minolta Autocord - TMX In Tmax 1:9
I have to print it in really large but I start sweating at the cost of framing if I decided to.

Yoho Valley viewed from the Iceline Trail

If you have the occasion to come to the Canadian Rockies this is a trail that you need to do. Less people and a view....

Cheers,

Luc
Luc, don't apologise when you post such a nice mountain shot You should definately print it. I know what you mean about the framing costs though; the framing cost for a 16x24 has made me sweat before. But those feelings will disappear when you first look at the print all nice and mounted!

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10-4 tuco.
Nice shot of the old machine.

QuoteOriginally posted by Makten Quote
Voigtländer Bessa III and Tri-X again...
Amazing detail Martin... keep 'em coming
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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
I like the repeating patterns in this shot, nice work. Much prefer the first one.


I think the problem with HDR, although I like the image, is that the evenness of the light takes some of the texture away. Here is a shot I took @ 33mm f/16 6 sec exposure. I've tweaked the levels a little...


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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
I like the repeating patterns in this shot, nice work. Much prefer the first one.



Luc, don't apologise when you post such a nice mountain shot You should definately print it. I know what you mean about the framing costs though; the framing cost for a 16x24 has made me sweat before. But those feelings will disappear when you first look at the print all nice and mounted!


10-4 tuco.
Nice shot of the old machine.



Amazing detail Martin... keep 'em coming
+1 on all of these!

Yes, I see what you mean about hdr leaching detail, although you applied it in a non obtrusive manner, I much prefer the non-HDR - on flickr in the large size, clicking back and forth between the two versions makes it obvious.
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From my latest, a 1941 Kodak Monitor six-20 special



This 1941 folder from Kodak has a frame counter / auto stop / double exposure lock mechanism (mine will need cleaning); an Anastigmat Special 101mm f/4.5 4 element lens in a Supermatic shutter with speeds to 400 (mine only works on one speed regardless of shutter setting, so the shutter needs cleaning as well)... The view finder has manual parallax compensation. 620 film.

First roll, even with the one speed shutter the performance is good.




"100%" crop of the 1200dpi Epson 4490 scan




Fomapan 100 in D-76, this shot was @f/11

another "100%" crop, the lens has some resolution. The scratches on the film are because I forgot Foma is delicate and used a squeegee :cry:

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