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11-06-2014, 03:45 AM   #3421
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11-06-2014, 05:25 AM   #3422
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Will people throw things at me if I admit to digitally toning my scanned B&W negatives? I apply faux selenium tone because I like how it looks. Back in the old days, selenium toning was part of my standard darkroom flow.

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May the day I started this discussion be cursed...guys Buff the Owl is looking at you:



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Thanks!

Unfortunately, I don't develop my shots myself. I send them to one of the few remaining film developers in this part of the world. I may eventually get into the developing of my B+W film, but not right now. In any case, I'm happy with their work.[COLOR="Silver"]

My setup with the KX and Voigt Nokton 58/1.4 SLII...
That Nokton seems to be a GOOD piece of glass, congratulations for the black KX, most of black Ks are heavily debrassed and look like they've been chewed or something like that.
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Rock Pile

I've enjoyed following this thread, but it's been a while since I've posted here. It's time for me to shoot some more film!

Here is one from last year - a rock pile (but not as nice as the one by Vinceloc!)...


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11-06-2014, 10:47 AM   #3424
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QuoteOriginally posted by k0og Quote
I've enjoyed following this thread, but it's been a while since I've posted here. It's time for me to shoot some more film!

Here is one from last year - a rock pile (but not as nice as the one by Vinceloc!)...


Pentax H1A, S-T 55mm f1.8, Kodak Tri-X @ ISO400, Rodinal 1+100 standard agitation for 30 minutes, scanned with Epson V500

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I looked at those rocks and one word flashed through my mind...SNAKES!!


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Yes watch your fingers!

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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
I apply faux selenium tone because I like how it looks. Back in the old days, selenium toning was part of my standard darkroom flow.
Steve
Yes, I used it too. It archives your prints as well. I also used Kodak's brown toner too. You could mix it at different strengths to get more or less brown and with a warm tone paper it would turn really brown.

If you have a flat negative, you can process it in a diluted mixture of selenium and hypo cleaning agent to expand your highlights. Ansel Adams documents the the process in the book, The Negative. His test show about equal to N+1 processing.
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Lower Shellberg Falls, Oregon

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Nice Gary.

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Thanks, tuco
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Excellent work
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Very nice work with the view camera! I am not familiar with these falls, though they may be worth a field trip south.


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Found out this old picture I've taken last year with my then new Pentax K1000, it's a power plant, taken at f2.0 and 1/30s.



Plus some Leica bokeh:









Spotmatic F in the cold of the night:

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Thanks, Steve, this is the smaller of the two Shellberg falls. The main falls is 60-70 ft walk behind falls. It is located east of salem on 22 at Mehama, OR. An easy mile wake on an old road from the parking lot.
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Sunrise in the cascade mountains near Mt. Rainer, WA.
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