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10-03-2013, 09:38 PM   #4501
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
If the scanning software has a film profile it helps a lot.
For sure, my scanning s/w came with a Kodachrome profile and I have my best results scanning those old slides.

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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
this is from Sunday morning blue hour at the Marin headlands

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645D with A-120/4 Macro
My bridge pics never looked that good.
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QuoteOriginally posted by LaHo Quote
Thank you, revdocjim. I'm not satisfied with my scans either. I think #2 is the best one here.
I have the CanoScan 9000F, but would like a better scanner. The optimum would of course be a proper darkroom. I have, in fact, acquired an fine enlarger capable of handling 120 film and even 4x5" negatives - but I haven’t set up a proper darkroom, and many further investments would be necessary to make colour enlargements, e.g. a colour analyzer.
Nice shots. (..and HEY! Im not the only photographer in the Copenhagen area shooting 6X7 — we should meet)
It´s inspiring to see that you develop colorfilm yourself. (BTW: Is it the development or the scanning which produces the ‘spotty‘ texture seen on them?)
I have my film developed in a lab (Nannasgade) from the shop Photografica for 50kr a piece (ca.8US). But the idea to have a darkroom and develop (my film and skills) myself is on my mind too.
I have the Epson V750 which delivers decent scans. Or I rent the Imacon at Fotografisk Center (Carlsberg).
I went to Island this summer (with a trunkload of 6X7s and more) and am having the rolls developed soon. Then all the scanning..and then I hope to be able to show you guys a pic or two. Regards
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Just a test roll though my new (to me) 67ii - seems fine, and nice to get 10 shots out of a roll as opposed to the 9 of my old 67!



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QuoteOriginally posted by rob1234 Quote
Just a test roll though my new (to me) 67ii - seems fine, and nice to get 10 shots out of a roll as opposed to the 9 of my old 67!



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Fuji Superia X-tra 400
Lab processed
Epson 4870 Photo 2400dpi scan
Congratulations with the 67II. Such a great camera. a favorite lens too. Nailed that cats eye for sure. Nice metering, what mode?
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Congratulations with the 67II. Such a great camera. a favorite lens too. Nailed that cats eye for sure. Nice metering, what mode?
No prism yet, so done off the screen! Guessed at 1/30th wide-open (on a tripod)...
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No prism yet, so done off the screen! Guessed at 1/30th wide-open (on a tripod)...
..good guesswork! (there is a meter for sale at about 300EURO right now on ebay, but I don´t know that you need it?)
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First medium format and first time developing. Shot through my Mamiya RB67 with C 90mm F3.8 lens on Delta 100, developed using Xtol at 1:1













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A shot of a slipway going into the water at Qidi Vidi in St. John's. I've posted several different pictures of it so far, I just have a feeling there's a fantastic photograph in it, I just have to figure it out.

This is approximately attempt 12 of my third visit.

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Some shots of our last trip in Turkey. Wonderful landscapes and impressive historical sites...

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Nice shots, Ristretto.

Some sea stack shots this weekend at Cannon Beach, OR, with a Pentax 67.
Tuco, that last shot is epic! Wonderful deep tones. May I ask how long did you develop the film if you shot it at EI12?

Thanks!
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QuoteOriginally posted by _quicksilver_ Quote
Tuco, that last shot is epic! Wonderful deep tones. May I ask how long did you develop the film if you shot it at EI12?

Thanks!
Why thanks. I cut the film's normal development time by 1/2. The procedure is highly developer dependent, however.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Why thanks. I cut the film's normal development time by 1/2. The procedure is highly developer dependent, however.
Thanks for the information. I have just acquired a 50mm wideangle for my 6x7 Bronica and I hope I will get some time to go out in the field and test this thing. I have also bought Pyrocat HD developer and I´m very eager to try it out.
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Another test shot!



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QuoteOriginally posted by rob1234 Quote
Another test shot!



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You're getting some really great colours from that Superia. I've never used it but i know it's recently been discontinued. Maybe I should grab a box while it's still there, but i don't have much call for ISO 400 film in sunny Spain...
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