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10-16-2015, 06:32 AM   #4321
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I like it. It is replacing my Mamiya 7II I'm selling. I never bonded with that camera much and the Fuji is more rugged which I need for a travel and hiking camera. It's all mechanical too. No batteries.

Nice set of pictures you posted.
Thanks.
Guess I will be looking into the fujis at some point for travel photography.

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B/W Film Scan taken with Pentax KX and Pentax-M 35/2 on Kentmere 100 by Jason Doss, on Flickr
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B/W Film Scan taken with Pentax KX and Pentax-M 35/2 on Kentmere 100 by Jason Doss, on Flickr
We've got one of those Jun Kaneko giant ceramic heads outside of the Gardiner Museum of ceramics, where I used to volunteer, and around the corner from where I work.

'Let?s meet in front of the head': Toronto museum for ceramic art unveils giant zebra-striped cranium | National Post
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Kentmere 400 at 800. I'm pretty impressed!

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I think this was Acros 100. Don't remember the aperture or shutter speed. This was a pic I took for my lovely bride. The rose is from a bush in front of our house.

ETA: I forgot the technical details. K1000, wearing an SMC M 50mm f4 macro.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Lenscap Quote
I think this was Acros 100. Don't remember the aperture or shutter speed. This was a pic I took for my lovely bride. The rose is from a bush in front of our house.

ETA: I forgot the technical details. K1000, wearing an SMC M 50mm f4 macro.
If that was a red rose, it would have been interesting to see a version using a red filter plus a +1EV compensated exposure.
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A couple from my P3n using Ultrafine 400 and I think it was a 135mm portrait lens
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And a few from the same body on Ultrafine 100
and processed in Dektol







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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
If that was a red rose, it would have been interesting to see a version using a red filter plus a +1EV compensated exposure.
It is indeed a deep red. It didn't occur to me at the time to try a red filter, but it would be interesting. We still have the rosebush, though, so maybe next summer.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Lenscap Quote
It is indeed a deep red. It didn't occur to me at the time to try a red filter, but it would be interesting. We still have the rosebush, though, so maybe next summer.
It probably would look a lot like a white rose and a hi-keyish look in that scene. But worth experimenting. A yellow-green filter can, depending on the red, give a really nice deep tone that's not too black and would make a well-rounded BW if there was a white background or table top, for instance. Bracketing the shots is not a bad idea either. It would give you options on deciding how deep you like the shadows as well.
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I actually used D-76 for processing a film! Yay. I had a 1 litre pouch I bought a couple years ago. The negs came out a bit thin, because, well, because I REFUSE to follow directions darn it! I don't want to mix up a full litre of stock mix. I want to mix it as I need it.
At 69 degrees, for 10 minutes with one TBSPN of powder in 600 ml the negatives are weak, but scannable!

BTW, if you ever need a household electrical cord, I likely have it hanging on the wall outside my bedroom.



ALSO, as a bonus, you can relax on the bench, outside the Galaxy Fireworks, Pizza and Tobacco outlet store, just below the Grand Coulee Dam.



Though to be perfectly honest, they actually do not sell pizza. Nor do they often sell fireworks.
However the smoke shop is open with reasonable hours and pricing.

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I loaned Arin a camera and film. When I developed her film, this shot just popped. I scanned it at ultra high resolution so she can get a great print from this. Film is NOT dead!!
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Great work Arin!
I have since, given her a camera, and two lenses, so she can continue to learn the skills and arts of making images.

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Few shots taken with the Bronica, FP4 plus shot at 400 ASA (I was in a museum) and developed in Tmax...I still have to learn how to develop well, too many scratches and imperfections.


















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