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08-14-2015, 06:25 AM - 3 Likes   #4126
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Developed a roll of Rollei Retro 80s w/ Rodinal. Just about screwed it up, I'd written down the wrong dev time, realized my error at 12 minutes in, corrected!

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Developed a roll of Rollei Retro 80s w/ Rodinal. Just about screwed it up, I'd written down the wrong dev time, realized my error at 12 minutes in, corrected!

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Good save.
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Good save.
Yeah! I was going to develop it for 15 minutes, glad I caught it in time.
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Ilford better watch out, I'm kinda liking Tmax.

Pentax645 45mm kodak Tmax400 Ilfosol3


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Another one from that roll. Caught a crow flying over the late, I think this is with a red filter?

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Cool subject. Where is this at?

QuoteOriginally posted by bobbotron Quote
Another one from that roll. Caught a crow flying over the late, I think this is with a red filter?
That turned out nice.
If those are autumn colored trees then a red filter looks about right. Red darkens green and often conifer trees can turn out really black unless given enough exposure at the expense your high values.



Here is one while out getting to know this Fuji GSW690III with 100ACR.



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08-14-2015, 10:31 PM   #4132
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Very nice results.
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QuoteOriginally posted by TheLens Quote
Cuthbert, I use a #15 deep yellow filter.
Another good option is the Wratten #12 (minus blue). It works well with ortho-panchromatic emulsions (e.g. Fuji Acros 100) and other films having poor red light sensitivity.


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Developed a roll of Rollei Retro 80s w/ Rodinal. Just about screwed it up, I'd written down the wrong dev time, realized my error at 12 minutes in, corrected!

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Yes, good save. I love RR 80s and usually develop it in dilute HC-110.


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Kiev-4A.
Jupiter-8M (first 3) & Jupiter-12 (last).
Ilford Delta 100 Pro.

Still not certain if that's flare or a light leak on the last frame. I've got to look at the negatives more closely, but I liked the result it gave to the image.

---------- Post added 2015-08-15 at 02:56 ----------

And one last one for now:



Canon AE-1.
Carl Zeiss Jena S 135mm f3.5.
ORWO NP55. (Expired circa 1992, hence the lousy contrast even for ORWO. Exposed at EI50.)
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Very nice results.
Thanks. And another nice set you posted.
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Cool subject. Where is this at?
Fort Pickens

Fort Pickens - Gulf Islands National Seashore (U.S. National Park Service)
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Nikon F2A, Nikkor 85mm f1.8 (I think from the slightly swirly bokeh),Y2 filter, FP125, developed by Ilfordlab:



Swan "chick" harassing an adult Canadian goose, same setup but with the 35-300 Nikkor Ai-S:



Close shot of the bad boy:



Two shots with the fabolous (and heavy) 300mm f4 IF, Nikkormat, Hp5:



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Mukilteo Ferry Terminal while taking the Fuji GSW690III for a test spin. Y2 filter, 100ACR and PMK Pyro


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More from a recent batch I picked up:









Canon AE-1.
Canon FD 70-210mm f4.
Fuji Neopan 400.

The second shot is what appeared to be a music video shoot that I stumbled across one day. The man lying on the giant 'O' appeared to be responsible for occasionally taking stills.

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