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02-01-2013, 01:15 PM   #1591
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From last years Cannon Beach, Oregon trip. I'm starting to get a collection of this shot from numerous trips there.
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Wow!...Beautifull!

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Tropical House - Botanical Gardens - Copenhagen

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Foggy tropical house. The fog is actually condensation on the outside of the front element from a trip inside the palm house, and the bright, curly thing is not a hair on the negative, but a yellow garden hose. Ilford HP5+ - 1/90 sec.@ F9.5:


The palm house. Ilford HP5+ - 1/180 sec. @ F6.7:
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I have never seen Goonies, but know that it was filmed a few miles to the north in Astoria, so a Cannon Beach location is quite likely.


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Never seen Goonies! Egads. Its a classic film of the 80's. Well, classic if you were about the same age as the main characters when the movie was released, that is.

Just kidding. Thanks for the info. It is a beautiful place that is almost other worldly when I compare it to the beaches in Florida on which I grew up (not really too much of an exaggeration).
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...but somewhat more edgy results ...unless you opt for blondeenol...


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Ah, but a few drops of fat-free creambromied in starbuckenol solves that problem.


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Wow!...Beautifull!
Thanks.
02-03-2013, 02:59 AM   #1596
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Whoa ! A graflex ! Not exactly a recent camera

the results look promising ! i'd love to try such an oldie but here they are so expensive i have hope that i'll adopt one one day (someone said LBA ?)

My second roll of TriX 400 @1600 home processed. Didn't liked the size reduction, far less grainy in big size ...
Looks good. Did you use a standard agitation for the development? I've read that stand development (which I have never attempted) is recommended for Tri-X above 800.
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Looks good. Did you use a standard agitation for the development?
i've made exactly like Kodak said : 5 to 7 (i always did 7) agitation in 5 sec every 30 sec, for 9 1/4 @ 19C . Stop bath for 1 min, continuous agitation, 10 min fixation same agitation as developper.

i think i won't take TriX for any pushing process in the future, i found it too grainy (i've always used Delta 400 @1600 and 3200, which is soooo perfect i think.)
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QuoteOriginally posted by aurele Quote
i've made exactly like Kodak said : 5 to 7 (i always did 7) agitation in 5 sec every 30 sec, for 9 1/4 @ 19C . Stop bath for 1 min, continuous agitation, 10 min fixation same agitation as developper.

i think i won't take TriX for any pushing process in the future, i found it too grainy (i've always used Delta 400 @1600 and 3200, which is soooo perfect i think.)
Have you tried pushing TMax 400? I think there is very little grain when pushed. This shot is a 1600 push :-



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Reflections of St Paul's.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Vendee Quote
Have you tried pushing TMax 400? I think there is very little grain when pushed. This shot is a 1600 push :-
Great shot!

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Have you tried pushing TMax 400? I think there is very little grain when pushed.
i have just scan some Tmax 400 @3200 and the result is far better ! I think TriX is like HP5+ : good but don't push it

unfortunately the Google processing is not very good and always produce some marks in the black >
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What a scan - so clean. lovely focus here too.

I'm struggling with a bit of a mess of some Ilford Delta Pro 3200

Attached, ME Super with K 300mm f4.0 - on Ilford Delta Pro 3200 shot at 1600. Stock D-76 at 20C for 9.5 mins.
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What a scan - so clean. lovely focus here too.
thanks ! it's quite hard to focus well on december 31 after many beers

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I'm struggling with a bit of a mess of some Ilford Delta Pro 3200
never tried it, but if it is as good as the Delta 400, then it should be awesome !

The picture is nice, a great grey tonality. Pushing the 400 increase quite much the contrast.
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