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05-09-2014, 01:51 AM - 1 Like   #2971
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Here's an informal comparison of some Ilford films, all from different 6x9 cameras, though I did manage to use D-76 on three out of 4...


ASA 50 does work well outdoors, here's from a roll I took with a 6x9 Bessa folder, a vintage polarizer, and Pan-F + in D-76 one shot.


For comparison, a 6x9 made with a Graflex SLR and TTH Cooke lens, HP5 + in D-76 one shot.


Ilford do make FP4 at ASA125; this is a 6x9 with an Agfa Record II, HC-110


And Delta 100, 6x9 with a Kodak Medalist I, developed in D-76 one shot
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Here's an informal comparison of some Ilford films, all from different 6x9 cameras, though I did manage to use D-76 on three out of 4...


ASA 50 does work well outdoors, here's from a roll I took with a 6x9 Bessa folder, a vintage polarizer, and Pan-F + in D-76 one shot.


For comparison, a 6x9 made with a Graflex SLR and TTH Cooke lens, HP5 + in D-76 one shot.


Ilford do make FP4 at ASA125; this is a 6x9 with an Agfa Record II, HC-110


And Delta 100, 6x9 with a Kodak Medalist I, developed in D-76 one shot
Nice like the barn one!

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I shot a roll of Tri-X with the Fuji GF670 yesterday in Shinjuku. Developed in Fuji Super Prodol
Here are a few that I liked

1.


2. The Secret to Great Riches!


3. Snoopy fashion models


4. Fashionable Pedestrians
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QuoteOriginally posted by revdocjim Quote
I shot a roll of Tri-X with the Fuji GF670 yesterday in Shinjuku. Developed in Fuji Super Prodol
Here are a few that I liked




3. Snoopy fashion models


4. Fashionable Pedestrians
I do like the composition of shots 3 & 4.
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QuoteOriginally posted by revdocjim Quote
I shot a roll of Tri-X with the Fuji GF670 yesterday in Shinjuku. Developed in Fuji Super Prodol
Here are a few that I liked

1.


2. The Secret to Great Riches!


3. Snoopy fashion models


4. Fashionable Pedestrians
Nice work!
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Thanks! As much as I love my Pentax film cameras, the Fuji GF670 is an absolute joy to shoot!

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Nice composition. It goes to show the difficulty of shooting blossoms though doesn't it. It's hard to get the brilliant blossoms to really pop without completely losing the sky.
I'm curious about why you didn't do any rotational correction. Was the off angle intentional?
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QuoteOriginally posted by revdocjim Quote
Nice composition. It goes to show the difficulty of shooting blossoms though doesn't it. It's hard to get the brilliant blossoms to really pop without completely losing the sky.
I'm curious about why you didn't do any rotational correction. Was the off angle intentional?
No PP to the scan; but it is a touch off...realized I posted one image in the series too soon. Other image was on more of an even keel. Both hand-held, while standing on something of a slope along the path. A little fill flash may have helped, but was trekking light that day.
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Another from my walk that day. Nikon N2000, Kodak T-Max 400. Decent for what was intended as a parts camera for my brother's N2000.
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