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02-22-2012, 10:43 AM   #421
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Tmax 400 in a Kodak Medalist, last winter
Lovely image of an interesting memorial.

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ME Super, SMC M50F/1.4 and Ilford XP-2 underexposed by 2/3 of a stop. I do this to promote grain, as I am a grain lover.
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LOL, the waddle, Javier

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Tri-X in D-76, Kiev-4, Jupiter-8M
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me super with Ilford XP-2
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Tri-X in 35mm isn't the usual recommedation for landscapes, but every time I've used it - or the Ilford equivalent - I've enjoyed the results.


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FYI, the above pics were taken with Tri-X 400 with my ZX-5.
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I shot this 2 stops over exposed and will need to remember this.
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Pentax 67 Fuji Acros developed with HC-110 1:30 for 10 minutes ("scanned" to digital by shooting the negative with a Nikon D7000 and a 28mm manual focus lens)
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Pentax 67 Fuji Acros developed with HC-110 1:30 for 10 minutes ("scanned" to digital by shooting the negative with a Nikon D7000 and a 28mm manual focus lens)
This is pretty dang good. Excellent tones and comp. Van you share details on shooting the negative with a DSLR?
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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
Originally posted by Bogie*
Pentax 67 Fuji Acros developed with HC-110 1:30 for 10 minutes ("scanned" to digital by shooting the negative with a Nikon D7000 and a 28mm manual focus lens)
This is pretty dang good. Excellent tones and comp. Van you share details on shooting the negative with a DSLR?
I'd be interested in this, also. Was this taken at one of the San Antonio missions?
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This was a funny scene. He posed and asked me to take his picture..So I took it and he was shocked I took it. He was even more shocked when he asked to see it and there was no LCD on my ME SUPER...He had never seen a film cam before...We had a laugh and I was on my way...
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This was a funny scene. He posed and asked me to take his picture..So I took it and he was shocked I took it. He was even more shocked when he asked to see it and there was no LCD on my ME SUPER...He had never seen a film cam before...We had a laugh and I was on my way...
Great shot and story behind it!
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QuoteOriginally posted by paulh Quote
Great shot and story behind it!
i agree
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