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01-25-2014, 05:17 PM   #2701
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QuoteOriginally posted by Vendee Quote
A couple of Paris shots. Pentax K1000, M135 f/3.5 Neopan 400 (accidentally) shot at 3200 in Tmax dev.



View across Pont Alexandre III.



View down Champs-Élysées. I hadn't noticed the bird and initially thought it was a scratch on the neg.
Very nice... Vintage quality.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Jacquot Quote
Very nice... Vintage quality.
Thanks, that's what happens when you forget to check the asa dial when you load up
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Rolleiflex MX, Fuji Acros
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The boat photo is really cool.
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01-26-2014, 12:16 PM - 2 Likes   #2705
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I think I probably shared this photo somewhere here back in 2009 when I took it, but I recently re-edited it, so I thought I'd share it again.

This photo was the first frame on the first roll of medium format B&W film I ever shot. I took this in November, 2009. I had just finally got my 67 properly repaired, and had also bought myself a waist level finder as well as a set of ND filters.

IIC, it was a 4 second exposure @ f/16 (ish), with an ND 0.9 filter.



Lithia Park Bridge par Daiku San, on ipernity
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01-28-2014, 10:44 AM   #2707
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K1000, Delta 3200 (@1600)

01-30-2014, 04:25 AM - 3 Likes   #2708
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This was taken on Fuji Acros in my SP1000. I scanned it using the Lomo Digitaliza for 35mm film (I also have the 120 format version) in the V500, this was the first time I've used it and I like the triplet of frames, as long as those frames work well together. I think I might make these triplets something regular and take them into account when I'm shooting and then cutting the film.




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Nice result, A Lomo film holder? Cool. I may have to try it
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
This was taken on Fuji Acros in my SP1000. I scanned it using the Lomo Digitaliza for 35mm film (I also have the 120 format version) in the V500, this was the first time I've used it and I like the triplet of frames, as long as those frames work well together. I think I might make these triplets something regular and take them into account when I'm shooting and then cutting the film.
Cool stuff. How do you like the Lomo holder?

I did something similar using a betterscanning 120 holder.
It's color though, so I'll just post a link Emigrant Lake Triptych | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
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01-30-2014, 02:23 PM   #2712
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Nice result, A Lomo film holder? Cool. I may have to try it
QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Cool stuff. How do you like the Lomo holder?

I did something similar using a betterscanning 120 holder.
It's color though, so I'll just post a link Emigrant Lake Triptych | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Here's the link, though it automatically diverts me to the Spanish site: DigitaLIZA 35mm Scanning Mask ? Tienda Lomography

When I got them they were on special offer and I paid around €35 for both together.

The holder is easy to use, the only difficulty being aligning it exactly straight so that it scans the full strip and without having to adjust it later. I need to make some card aligning masks to do that. It's easier to load than the standard Epson one, but only takes one strip of six exposures, not two. I should check if it holds the film flatter than the standard holder, though I doubt it.

The purpose is really to be able to scan the rebates, but if you have some non-standard-sized exposures I suppose it would work for them too.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
This was taken on Fuji Acros in my SP1000. I scanned it using the Lomo Digitaliza for 35mm film (I also have the 120 format version) in the V500, this was the first time I've used it and I like the triplet of frames, as long as those frames work well together. I think I might make these triplets something regular and take them into account when I'm shooting and then cutting the film.

Looks great!
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Lungau region, Salzburg, Austria. Taken with my (then) 1-year-old SP 500 and Super-Takumar 55mm f/2 in January 1975 on TRI-X.

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