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12-16-2012, 07:38 PM - 1 Like   #3736
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wuzet, I love the tones!
The truck in #2 is fantastic! I would have rotated CCW a bit in post.
#3 really draws my eye down the lane. Nice composition.
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QuoteOriginally posted by revdocjim Quote
wuzet, I love the tones!
The truck in #2 is fantastic! I would have rotated CCW a bit in post.
#3 really draws my eye down the lane. Nice composition.
Me too!
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Youre photo captures the perspective very well with the composition and the amount light and contrast. The bridge perpendicular to the beach and the shot taken over X. The deep contrast in the foreground and the foggy greys of the background. Great shot. That was your P6X7 on tripod with a 55 or 75? Regards

note: just answered that myself by going to flickr, thank´s

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Nice saturated grey tones in all three shots. Lovely to see some walk-around-casual MF work. That Epson500 is OK too. Regards
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This was the first trip for which I dared to leave the DSLR at home and take only film cameras
I love that! (Who´s the ‘troll‘ in the ‘dared‘? MF can be a little intimidating) Regards
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QuoteOriginally posted by jt_cph_dk Quote
Youre photo captures the perspective very well with the composition and the amount light and contrast. The bridge perpendicular to the beach and the shot taken over X. The deep contrast in the foreground and the foggy greys of the background. Great shot. That was your P6X7 on tripod with a 55 or 75? Regards

note: just answered that myself by going to flickr, thank´s
Why thanks. It was my Mamiya 7II rangefinder with a 43mm.

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That is a cool shot. I wanna do that.
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Amazing shot.Fog, something I usually dont associate with a desert like landscape
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Shooting a few waterscapes.
p6x7 hp5+ red filter, 55mm f/4, rodinal stand dev.




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Still getting some inconsistant results with 120 stand dev. some shots are mostly fine with some having over dev on one side of the neg. (if anyone has any tips could you let me know :P either reply here, or if this is not the right place to discuss send me a pm )
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Thanks. The world is your oyster, get to it.



Thanks. The Pacific ocean is just to the left of the frame. It doesn't feel like a desert when you're there. It is just a few miles on the other side of that bridge in my other shot.



Stand development with 120 roll and sheet film is, as far as I know, problematic. I get uneven development too and others as well. I have asked about it and followed the advise of what other avid Rodinal developers have given me. But to no avail. In each case so far they have all be 35mm film shooters giving the advise.

I solved it by going to a semi-stand development that has more agitation. Rodinal seems to really cook your negatives more with increased agitation so you need to work it out.
thanks, yeah 35mm is definately no issue with rodinal; I may have to go to semi stand, I am somewhat hesitant as it may result in loosing the shadow detail.
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Shooting a few waterscapes.
p6x7 hp5+ red filter, 55mm f/4, rodinal stand dev.

my other cams working hard

fellow photogs

Still getting some inconsistant results with 120 stand dev. some shots are mostly fine with some having over dev on one side of the neg. (if anyone has any tips could you let me know :P either reply here, or if this is not the right place to discuss send me a pm )
That last guy looks terrified of the big 6x7!!
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Thanks for sharing. Looks like a great place to shoot! These results are quite interesting though. They are striking because they look so different than the results I get with HP5! I use a more standard dev. process and HP5 is usually rather soft and warm. These look almost cooked by comparison.
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Hey Fabian,

Great photos, I love the first one!

About stand development with 120 film: use semi-stand. Make few agitations in the middle of the development and it should do the trick. Works for me at least.
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