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01-20-2013, 09:38 PM   #1516
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QuoteOriginally posted by John Poirier Quote
Very cool!
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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
Some shots of English Bay in Vancouver.

Pentax 67 & 75/2.8 using T-Max 100/Orange filter (Lab processed & scanned)

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I'd like to try that lens.

QuoteOriginally posted by wuzet Quote
Pentax 645, SMC A 55mm/2.8, Ilford Delta 100, D76
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01-21-2013, 02:34 AM   #1517
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Hiking with a 6x7 : that's what i call motivation !

Phil : the use of orange filter is what give you grey sky, right ?

My first home developped roll TriX400 @1600, Super A and DA*55


yeah, i had some water drops on the film when it dried
01-21-2013, 07:52 AM   #1518
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QuoteOriginally posted by aurele Quote
Hiking with a 6x7 : that's what i call motivation !

yeah, i had some water drops on the film when it dried
Most today's FF DSLRs are just as big as a Pentax 6x7 outfitted with a waist level finder. Their body is not as thick as a 6x7 but that is little consolation when it comes to hiking it around. And people take FF DSLRs everywhere.

Shake your film well before hanging it up. You can even use a small fan to blow on the hanging film that will usually take care of water drops.
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QuoteOriginally posted by aurele Quote
Hiking with a 6x7 : that's what i call motivation !

Phil : the use of orange filter is what give you grey sky, right ?

My first home developped roll TriX400 @1600, Super A and DA*55


yeah, i had some water drops on the film when it dried
Correct and a red filter will make the sky even darker.

Nice job with your first developed roll!

Phil.

01-21-2013, 12:05 PM   #1520
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I do need to get the film bodies out, again. I'll be setting up a darkroom in some warehouse space as well.
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yeah, i had some water drops on the film when it dried
Are you using demineralised water for the final rinse? I find that it helps a lot
01-21-2013, 03:04 PM   #1522
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Are you using demineralised water for the final rinse? I find that it helps a lot
i thought i had some left, but in fact it wasn't the case so i used running water, and here water is very (dunno the right word) calcareous /chalky ? it left some trace that disapear whant i "caress" it with my lab gloves.

at the end of the week, i'll do some extensive processing with some Tmax and TriX all pushed.


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Most today's FF DSLRs are just as big as a Pentax 6x7 outfitted with a waist level finder. Their body is not as thick as a 6x7 but that is little consolation when it comes to hiking it around. And people take FF DSLRs everywhere.
really ?!! i always thought (wrongly) it was bigger than that !
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More Vancouver beach shots, this time from Spanish Banks.

Pentax 67 & 165/4 shooting Ilford SFX 200 with Dark Red filter. (Lab processing & scans)







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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
More Vancouver beach shots, this time from Spanish Banks.

Pentax 67 & 165/4 shooting Ilford SFX 200 with Dark Red filter. (Lab processing & scans)

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Nice work Phil.
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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
More Vancouver beach shots, this time from Spanish Banks.

Pentax 67 & 165/4 shooting Ilford SFX 200 with Dark Red filter. (Lab processing & scans)


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Nice Phil. That last one looks like a deer head on a stick!

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01-24-2013, 07:43 PM   #1526
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Wow...It really does.
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By gosh it does.
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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
More Vancouver beach shots, this time from Spanish Banks.

Pentax 67 & 165/4 shooting Ilford SFX 200 with Dark Red filter. (Lab processing & scans)
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Very nice! looks almost like IR pictures. The last one is great!
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Thanks Guys! Yeah I just noticed the deer head as well, kind of creepy.

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aurele: Nice! I just started developing at home (B&W) about three weeks ago. Good times.
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