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05-22-2015, 03:42 AM   #3946
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Few shots recently scanned from an old TMax 400 roll with my ME Super + 50mm f1.7 if I recall.. pretty inconspicuous combo

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On Franka Werke Rolfix II using Ultrafine 100 processed in Caffenol-C

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A couple more shots from my Mamiya C33. Should invest in a ND filter if I keep shooting water.



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Nice shots~ I think that Franka shrinks something short
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More Mamiya C33 Shots. This time Ilford Pan F+.





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A few from around Sydney. Leica M2 and a mix of TriX and HP5+













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05-28-2015, 05:11 AM - 1 Like   #3955
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When the film negative came back from a new lab I used, I sort of got concerned as the negative had a "purple" hue as opposed to the grey hue I am normally used to. But after some research, I realized that it was due to insufficient washing at the end of the developing process, and did not seem to have any effect on the photo quality in the negative.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Cuthbert Quote
I also use the standard Pentax square hood but I plan to buy the funky Pentacon one that looks soo real socialism.
I don't know if I've seen the official Pentacon hoods. Are they plastic funnel-shaped things, like the Soviet hoods?

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The recoil of the shutter is remarkable and the Praktica requires a owner with firm hand to be tamed at slow speed.
A shutter to "startle the birds from the trees", as someone once described it to me. They went to metal shutters even in their basic lines fairly early compared to other manufacturers, as I recall.

(Does the MTL have the really nice string-based light seals? Probably the best design decision Pentacon made was to use them in some of their cameras; those things never seem to deteriorate.)

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A bunch of B&W film shots. I may have posted some of these in other threads before, so apologies if you've seen them before.

First, Ilford XP2 Super. I don't mind this film, and I find it scans up nicely. I never did get to try the Kodak or Fuji C-41 B&W films though.

Pentax 6x7 + S-M-C Tak/6x7 105/2.4. (This shot is fairly heavily cropped, as I didn't want to disturb them.)




Pentax 6x7 + S-M-C Tak/6x7 90mm f2.8.




Some other films:

6x7 + S-M-C Tak/6x7 200/4. Rollei RPX 400. (I had used this version of the film before, and recalled it being more contrasty.)


6x7 + S-M-C Tak/6x7 105/2.4. Shaghai GP3:


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05-29-2015, 01:07 AM   #3957
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A couple more shots from my Mamiya C33. Should invest in a ND filter if I keep shooting water.
I like the water just as it looks in nature, which is the way you shot it. It looks like water, not an oil slick. The long exposure effect has become a cliche in my opinion.
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Kuala Lumpur - M2 and Kodak TMax. I apologise - Flickr seems to have gone to town with sharpening, especially for the KLCC shot...

There's some more here: https://peopleandotherstrangecreatures.wordpress.com/2015/05/29/kl-pt-i/





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I like the water just as it looks in nature, which is the way you shot it. It looks like water, not an oil slick. The long exposure effect has become a cliche in my opinion.
Yep...there is a point of balance in such things. Too short an exposure and it looks static and frozen. Too long and it no longer looks like water. I usually try for some blurring while retaining texture...about 1/10s for cascades.


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