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05-12-2013, 08:14 AM   #1981
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QuoteOriginally posted by wuzet Quote
Nesster "intersesting" - i wrote becose ... "first time since 1876 I used" :-)
and that's why I clarified the '1/2 frame' was actually '1/4' plate and I only shoot at night... and eat Count Chockula

Thanks everyone, I was stoked at seeing the thing and then being able to capture it.

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Yeah nice shots Tuco & Jussi!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
The day before they officially put up the new spire. This is with a SMC Pentax-A 645 75mm f/2.8 lens, Rainbowimaging 645/K adapter. Good lens on 135. Also, first time since 1876 I used Perceptol/Microdol -- back then I felt grain was the enemy with the Pen FT 1/2 frame.
Now that's one of those moments. Nice shot.

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Great photos Tuco.
QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
Yeah nice shots Tuco & Jussi!

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Thanks, you guys.
05-12-2013, 01:48 PM   #1984
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Pentax ME, FP4+ developed in D-76 1+1, 11 min











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QuoteOriginally posted by Davidw0815 Quote
Pentax ME, FP4+ developed in D-76 1+1, 11 min
That's great quality you got from the development, and the photos all are interesting too.

I developed the Delta 400 in Perceptol 1:1 for 15.5 minutes, exposed the film at EI 250/320 per Ilford's own instructions. That isn't how I remember doing it back in the 18...erm 19 70s. Sure enough I found a couple of magazine articles from back then, with the instruction to shoot at box speed but hold back development, and develop 1:3. That's what I remember doing, for a nice long tone curve and less grainy look.

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ZX-L, DA 70/2.4

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Some Fomapan R100 (dr5 chrome @ 160) shots of Florida Keys using a K2 and K50/1.4 (orange/red filter)










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Spotmatic SPII with 50/1.4 shot wide open in a dank dark cave full of climbing bums


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Spotmatic SPII with 50/1.4 shot wide open in a dank dark cave full of climbing bums


Cool!!


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Ilford Delta 400 - Perceptol - Minolta XE-5 - MD Rokkor 45/2
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Ilford Delta 400 - Perceptol - Minolta XE-5 - MD Rokkor 45/2
I really like the lamps!


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Ilford Delta 400 - Perceptol - Minolta XE-5 - MD Rokkor 45/2
Yes, the lamp shot is really good.
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Spotmatic SPII with 50/1.4 shot wide open in a dank dark cave full of climbing bums
climber don't bite, and they often have some hidden beer

Very nice shot
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OK,
My first roll of TRI-X got me this.
Spotmatic F
SMC Tak 55/1.8 at 8
HDC-2 1:11, 7/30min, 22C


Need to get better with shooting the negs, cleaning the negs and the development.
But somehow I like it anyway.

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QuoteOriginally posted by splash_fr Quote
OK,
My first roll of TRI-X got me this.
Spotmatic F
SMC Tak 55/1.8 at 8
HDC-2 1:11, 7/30min, 22C


Need to get better with shooting the negs, cleaning the negs and the development.
But somehow I like it anyway.

rgds,
gerd.
I'd say that's a DAMN GOOD result.
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QuoteOriginally posted by splash_fr Quote
OK,
My first roll of TRI-X got me this.
Spotmatic F
SMC Tak 55/1.8 at 8
HDC-2 1:11, 7/30min, 22C


Need to get better with shooting the negs, cleaning the negs and the development.
But somehow I like it anyway.

rgds,
gerd.
Great looking shot and the development looks fine
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