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03-28-2014, 06:20 PM   #2896
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I like the second one. Nice work Phil.
Thanks Colton!

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ME Super, M35/2, Kodak Tri-X 400, Atomal 49
Great first shot. That store always has...interesting...advertising. The mid stride walk with the moving foot coming out blurry is an effect I like to use in a lot of my shots. It didn't work on this one because of her uh, leisurely, pace but it's the same store. This one is in San Francisco.

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In keeping with the vertical theme.


Taken with a Canon EOS Elan 7n and 24-70L.
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1976, Panatomic-X, Olympus Pen FT half frame
Dang, now that's a way-back shot. The bicentennial year.

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Here is something coming from my MZ-S and Pentax K 35mm 3.5
Film is Fujifilm Neopan SS developed in Fomadon P
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Double exposure can be fun

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awesome photos guys and gals.

Can anyone give me a cheap fix to getting rid of water stains? I tried a squeegee. Didn't work well. Is photo flo the only solution? I tried dish soap but water stains still appear. Is a final wash in distilled water the best bet? What about mixing rubbing alcohol with distilled water? I'm a complete newbie to developing. Thanks!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Treker Quote
Double exposure can be fun
Yes indeed. Daughter's class assignment was to tape off 1/2 of the lens, and then take doubles one on each side... so our trusty FE has an easy double exposure thing... I set it up and tested it quick with her dog at f/8. Later when she went out in the rain/mist she was unfortunately shooting at a larger aperture, which didn't block the half enough.





getting rid of water stains? -- distilled water enough to dissolve and dilute any remaining minerals, and only a MINIMUM of photo flo -- too much and it causes stains, the ideal amount is just enough to overcome surface tension. Snap the film between your hands to drive off water as well...
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