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02-04-2015, 02:08 PM   #3721
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02-05-2015, 11:17 AM   #3722
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MZ-5N with Illford XP2

First two with the K55 f1.8 and the 3rd with the K85 f1.8










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MZ-5N with Illford XP2

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02-05-2015, 11:31 PM   #3723
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A couple of recent photos with the Pentax 67.



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02-07-2015, 11:44 AM - 1 Like   #3724
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A shot of the 2010 Olympic caldron. Unfortunately it’s too costly to have it lit all the time, so the city only lights it a couple times a year.

KM & FA20-35/4 shooting Adox Silvermax. (Dark Yellow filter)




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02-07-2015, 12:02 PM   #3725
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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
A shot of the 2010 Olympic caldron. Unfortunately itís too costly to have it lit all the time, so the city only lights it a couple times a year.

KM & FA20-35/4 shooting Adox Silvermax. (Dark Yellow filter)

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Nice! I got to see it last year, good shot of it! Funny, your photo makes it look quite a bit smaller than it is in real life.
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QuoteOriginally posted by bobbotron Quote
Nice! I got to see it last year, good shot of it! Funny, your photo makes it look quite a bit smaller than it is in real life.
Thanks! I took the shot from an elevated walkway nearby and with a wide angle lens, so that will make it look much smaller.

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1) If you had HP5+ @ 800 and HC-110 developer, what time would you use?
2) After mixing HC-110, do you let it stand 24 hrs before use?

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I use ONLY HC110 for HP5, in all formats. I mix it straight from the syrup, 1:63 for 11 minutes. It produces a beautiful negative that prints very well. At this dillution, the grain structure is tighter than D76, the acutance is higher, and the tonal graduation very similar. The 11 minute development time is nice and long allowing for a little lattitude, and I invert 6 times upon filling, and 2 times at the minute for the remainder of the development.

If you let your developer stand for 24 hours before use, you might have exhausted solution. Use it immediately upon mixing.

Here is a picture I did around 1976 with HP5 and the 1:63 dilution. 35mm HP5, Nikon F3, 85mm Nikkor f1.4 at 1/125th and f8. This is a scanned 5x7 print on Luminos silk, so the sharpness is not there, but you can see the tonal graduation.



Here is a shot with the same developer dilution on HP5, on a Toyo 45A 4x5 field camera.




HC110 keeps forever, and is very flexible. It's one of three developers I use. The other two are Rodinal and Xtol. Hope this helps.
02-08-2015, 01:32 AM - 2 Likes   #3728
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02-08-2015, 01:46 AM   #3729
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02-08-2015, 06:16 PM   #3730
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
I started "scanning" my B&W negatives last year with my K200D instead of my Epson V500 as I found it produced much higher resolution scans.

Here are my first few results - I used Agfa APX 100 film in a P30N while I was on holiday in Germany last summer. I've got quite a build-up of B&W negatives to scan.


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Very nice looking results from DSLR scanning. I would suggest that you rename them to correspond to the film and frame such as IMGP0881a to Agfa APX 100_1_IMGP0881a,
I assign filenames in my scanning workflow by film name, roll# and frame#. That way I can find the source film if I want to revisit it.
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Some scenes from the Oregon coast last year with my 500C/M. The lighthouse I tried a NDX400 filter to erase the people walking around it. And that also shows the wind-blown grass.


Yaquina Lighthouse, Newport, OR.




Sand Dunes, Florence, OR




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02-10-2015, 03:18 AM - 2 Likes   #3732
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Took a walk around our mountaintop neighborhood with the Mamiya 6.

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2. Friends from SoCal tripping on the concept of walking on a frozen lake!


3. Ice fishing for smelt


4. Yes that really is a mountainbike rider on the frozen lake


5. Our lakeside downtown
02-10-2015, 09:02 AM   #3733
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QuoteOriginally posted by revdocjim Quote
Took a walk around our mountaintop neighborhood with the Mamiya 6.
Nice series and delicious tonal scale
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A "roll in a day" project, each frame representing one letter of the alphabet.



Full size shots are in a set on Flickr.

Tri-X shot at box speed, in a Pentax SV. Processed in HC-110, dilution B.

Here's my favourite individual shot from the roll:

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A "roll in a day" project, each frame representing one letter of the alphabet.
Nice work and it looks like a fun thing to do. So that empty jug is the letter, J?
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