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02-27-2014, 12:35 PM   #2806
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I all ways come back to check this thread that i started long ago now, just want to say fantastic photographs from everyone!
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I finally got around to processing a few rolls that have been sitting around for awhile.

Step to the Left...Step to the Right




Nubbly Foot




I Know the Address, But Not What's Inside




Twisted



All taken with my Minolta SRT-101 and MC W Rokkor-HG 35/2.8. The film is Fuji Acros 100 exposed at EI 160 and processed with Edwal FG-7 (1+15). Scan with the Nikon 5000 ED.


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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
I finally got around to processing a few rolls that have been sitting around for awhile.

Step to the Left...Step to the Right




Nubbly Foot




I Know the Address, But Not What's Inside




Twisted



All taken with my Minolta SRT-101 and MC W Rokkor-HG 35/2.8. The film is Fuji Acros 100 exposed at EI 160 and processed with Edwal FG-7 (1+15). Scan with the Nikon 5000 ED.


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Love that first one Steve.
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Love that first one Steve.
Thanks. It is my favorite of the series too. It was taken at Tanner Springs Park on the edge of the Pearl District in Portland. There are a lot of photo ops in that area.


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Here are a few I did for a friend and his new car. Fomapan 100, all with a sigma 18-35 on an ME Super:







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Here are a few I did for a friend and his new car. Fomapan 100, all with a sigma 18-35 on an ME Super:




Nice series, have you tried the Fomapan R100 b&w slide film?

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Nice series, have you tried the Fomapan R100 b&w slide film?

Phil.
I have not. I really like Fomapan 100, though, it's one of my favorites. It's not as fine grained as FP4, but I think I like the grain structure a bit better. In MF it works great. I still haven't gotten used to T grain stuff, and am likely going to go back to the HP5+, Fomapan 100 combo I've had going.

These were actually shot at box speed, but reciprocity is a massive pain with Fomapan, so I pushed the roll 3 stops. I got both usable lower light shots (like the last 2) and awesome mega-high contrast shots (like the first one). The First one was 3 minutes at f/11, with the car parked under a streetlight, and a couple manual pops in select places from a 285HV (that' s why there's a double shadow on the mirror).

The second I let run for about 5 minutes at f/11, @18mm, and the last one was wide open @18mm for about 30 seconds.

EDIT: One note with the Fomapan films-- the Antihalation layer is pretty weak. I shot a different roll in downtown Flagstaff, and even on a rainy day got some weird highlight bleeds into shadows. These three were the only shots on that roll that didn't have any weird bleeding, but it kinda worked for this shoot, anyway.
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Nice! (I also had my 45/4 out today.) Where was the shot taken?

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Nice! (I also had my 45/4 out today.) Where was the shot taken?

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Thanks, Phil. Yesterday in a cemetery. The first sunny and warm day in a long time so I went out walking around. And today cold with rain and snow mix. Go figure.
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Thanks, Phil. Yesterday in a cemetery. The first sunny and warm day in a long time so I went out walking around. And today cold with rain and snow mix. Go figure.
Is the cemetery around Seattle? We went to one a couple years ago where Bruce Lee was buried, is it that one?

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