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01-26-2010, 10:28 PM   #31
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Cutie!

Nice grain on that, but it looks more like 35mm grain than 645 for ISO400. Then again, I don't know anything.

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QuoteOriginally posted by rparmar Quote
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Nice grain on that, but it looks more like 35mm grain than 645 for ISO400. Then again, I don't know anything.
You are correct: there was some cropping done to it to get rid of some distracting background elements. That plus the push +1 of the film.
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QuoteOriginally posted by DigitalSlide Quote
You are correct: there was some cropping done to it to get rid of some distracting background elements. That plus the push +1 of the film.
You really don't need to push 400TX one-stop. It has the latitude to develop just fine at normal time for an EI800 exposure as noted in Kodak's Tri-X Datasheet
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
You really don't need to push 400TX one-stop. It has the latitude to develop just fine at normal time for an EI800 exposure as noted in Kodak's Tri-X Datasheet
Wouldn't I then have to lighten the shadows in post processing with potentially adding some digital (yuck) noise to the film's grain?
That was from my first roll of Tri-X. I should definitely try some more.

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Wouldn't I then have to lighten the shadows in post processing with potentially adding some digital (yuck) noise to the film's grain?
That was from my first roll of Tri-X. I should definitely try some more.
No. Most every BW film has a one-stop tolerance. You can be off several stops if you scan and get good results. Scanning is way, way more forgiving than printing.
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Here is one of a lotus flower using a 645NII and a CZJ 180/2.8 lens with an extension tube.

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Here is one of a lotus flower using a 645NII and a CZJ 180/2.8 lens with an extension tube.
Lovely work. I am enjoying this thread.
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My first attempts at landscape photography with the 67.

55mm f4



45mm f4



105mm f2.4



45mm f4





165mm f2.8





Anyone familiar with the effect on the right side of the last picture? (It's also visible on the first picture). Does the shutter of my 67 need service?


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645N with 150mm f:2.8
on Rollei R3 50 iso in RLS 24 min.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Pål Jensen Quote
what film did u use for these? it seems a bit too warm for fuji
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QuoteOriginally posted by patrickhh Quote
My first attempts at landscape photography with the 67.

Anyone familiar with the effect on the right side of the last picture? (It's also visible on the first picture). Does the shutter of my 67 need service?
There was a post someone had the problem across the top attributed to shutter. Do you roll-your-own or send it out to get developed?

Hm, now where did I see that frozen Crocodile picture before...
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Patrick, FS999 - thank you, I feel like I just stepped into a fancy photo gallery! Excellent work!

the stripe could be the shutter, does the shutter move horizontally though? It could also be some internal reflection...
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No a flash didn't fire on the left...
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Phenomenal shots Tuco.
I second that. It makes me want to grab some Acros and a tripod.

Has anybody gone all out with the fine grain and shot some Rolleipan 25 on a 645?
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Jeez, another stellar set from the 67... gets me thinking, maybe the 645 wasn't the Proper camera for me after all.

I'm trying to shame more fellow 645'ians to posting pictures! Seems like a 645 owner likes looking at their camera on the shelf? Or perhaps we have Size Inadequacy Issues?
Just sent four rolls off for processing. However, I'm still in the trying-out phase as well.
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