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12-16-2014, 08:19 AM   #3616
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K1000 with M28 mm f2.8, Ilford XP2

IMO this film looks too washed out but I think the pic is still interesting, unfortunately I didn't have a yellow or green filter.

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Got some studio time last weekend to play with lighting equipment and models. (67 & Tri-x 400)

Phil.
The first model looks interesting but I would have used her for less..ehm...angelic shots.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Cuthbert Quote
The first model looks interesting but I would have used her for less..ehm...angelic shots.
She was married to the workshop instructor.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Chances are that a) the lens is set a little short of infinity and b) the lens and film planes aren't exactly parallel (mechanically, or the film ain't flat) ... Both are common enough in old folders; that's one reason why we like3 f/16 and smaller.

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Tmax 400, Ricoh Diacord
Old post I know, but very cool shot!
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Chinon Bellami, BW400CN



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Graflex 4x5 paper negative

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Graflex 4x5 paper negative
It's looking better.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
It's looking better.
Thanks, that was at ISO 6, using an 85watt CFL, I did one at ISO 3 and it was over exposed.

f:11 @ 4 seconds, using my hat for a shutter. LOL
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Chief Photographer of the 'Yellow Advertiser' newspaper Group here in Essex, England -- they do not PAY FEES any more but as I supply them with some photos they give me an invitation to the Staff Christmas Lunch in a posh Restaurant -- I took my 1973 Asahi Pentax Spotmatic F which they handled in 'awe' as they are all 'Digital ' now for Press Photography -- I took this with my Sunpak auto 36FD flash the 50mm f1.4 SMC Takumar ( Yes -- the 'Radio-active' one !! ) 2008 dated HP5+ and processed in liquid 'Promicrol' 1+14 for 15 mins at 20oC

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Almaz 103, Volna 50 mm f1.8, BW400CN:

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Latest darkroom efforts.

Chinon CE Memotron, Zeiss Pancolar 50/1.8, AGFA APX400. Almost too grainy for me, but it kind of works as a 'vintage' look. Adonal, 1:25 for 11 minutes. I had this roll of film in the camera for about two months, the Memotron is just too heavy to lug around university all the time!

Willow trees down the road from my home in rural Somerset.



My beloved Spottie with pre-set Takumar in place.



In the darkroom...



Not a special photo, but I really loved the contrast and lines present on this VW Polo in black and white.



Secondly, Fujica Drive. It's a Fujica Half with one of those frightening-sounding spring drive motors. I scanned these half-frame shots at twice the resolution I use for 24x36, but they're still very grainy. Fomapan 200, Adonal 1:25 for 5 minutes.



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QuoteOriginally posted by edmundrt Quote
Secondly, Fujica Drive. It's a Fujica Half with one of those frightening-sounding spring drive motors. I scanned these half-frame shots at twice the resolution I use for 24x36, but they're still very grainy. Fomapan 200, Adonal 1:25 for 5 minutes.
The grain looks good, well suited for a portrait shot!

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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
The grain looks good, well suited for a portrait shot!

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Thanks! I like the Fomapan 100 and 200 films, they're inexpensive in the UK compared to other B&W films and they give nice results, albeit not as fine as PAN F+ or Neopan Acros. But for a poor student who does his own developing now (they develop easily, quickly and consistently in Rodinal and equivalents) they're great, and the 200ISO version is good for our grey weather.
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Devloped a roll of Ilford Delta 100 today. All shot with my KM (Before the shutter went bad).



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I got a film changing bag for Christmas so I was finally able to start developing my backlog of B&W. The chemicals I was given by an old film guy expired in the early 90's, but the still worked fine.

These are both shot with my Lubitel 166U and Shanghai GP3 100 film.


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Chinon Bellami, BW400CN
Love this one.
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