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09-26-2011, 11:45 AM   #31
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Some 100 legacy thru K200/2.5 & ZX-L. Rotary processed, D-76(1:1)
Dev-8min,45 sec Fix- 6 min @ 70(f) . scanned with epson V500
Is a cute shot Colton, +1 for reminder of roll of 120-portra160 forgotten for 2 weeks.

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Chicago. Pentax MX, Vivitar 19mm/3.8, orange filter, Acros, F76+.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Better late than never. Cute shoot. Did she have to stop texting on phone for a minute for you to take that. That looks like a good push for that film. It still retains a good tone range. Last week I found a roll that I shot about 15 years ago hidden away in a utility bag I haven't touch for that long. I guess I should develop it.
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Some 100 legacy thru K200/2.5 & ZX-L. Rotary processed, D-76(1:1)
Dev-8min,45 sec Fix- 6 min @ 70(f) . scanned with epson V500
Is a cute shot Colton, +1 for reminder of roll of 120-portra160 forgotten for 2 weeks.
Thanks Bill and nice shot.

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Chicago. Pentax MX, Vivitar 19mm/3.8, orange filter, Acros, F76+.
Nice one.
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Here's another from the same roll.


Pentax SV, Super Takumar 55/1.8, Arista Premium 400@ 1250 developed Diafine

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Colton, a rose by any other name...or color, for that matter <g>. Nice shot with the SV. Just out of curiosity, what are you using for a meter (or are you just working out of your head)?

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QuoteOriginally posted by KJon Quote
Colton, a rose by any other name...or color, for that matter <g>. Nice shot with the SV. Just out of curiosity, what are you using for a meter (or are you just working out of your head)?

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Thanks Kevin,
When shooting 35mm, I have a Gossen Digisix that I sometimes use. It is nice and small and easy to use and seems fairly accurate. For my 67 I sometimes use a Gossen Luna Pro.
Though I usually carry a meter with me whenever I am shooting a meterless camera, I often just wing it anyways. If the lighting is consistent, i.e. sunny cloudless day, it can be pretty simple. I'm sure if I were more diligent about proper metering I would get more consistent results but when I'm out taking photos, I be shooting than metering
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Colton, that your rose shot is beautiful.

Jussi, particularly like the first shot.... more of the buildings visible and the street sign make it more interesting.

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Both images: Pentax KM, Ilford Delta 100, SMC Pentax 50mm f/1.2 lens.
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Womble, like both your shots, but slightly prefer the first
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womble - I love that second photo...how was it going to that museum? I really want to see it some day. Also, how far open did you have that 50 1.2 to get a good exposure (assuming it's handheld)?
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QuoteOriginally posted by BlackRockBacon Quote
womble - I love that second photo...how was it going to that museum? I really want to see it some day. Also, how far open did you have that 50 1.2 to get a good exposure (assuming it's handheld)?
The Tate happily allows photography I am glad to say (unlike the National Portrait Gallery). I think the lens was on f/1.7 at about 1/15 of the second. I was jammed up against a pillar, holding my breath and all that sort of thing. 100ASA film wasn't ideal, I'd rather have had Delta 400 or Kodak BW400CN loaded.

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Like that harrier up there,used to be almost daily thing to have another version
buzzing around above backyard as they came off mac's line for flight test.

Some Tmax 100 through mamyia C330s with 180mm/F5.6(@F/11) stacked on
80mm/F2.8(@F/2.8).Held together with lens caps hot glued back to back
and secured with rubber bands.Maximum bellows extension from around 10 inches
(25 cm).Flower is about half inch (12mm)across.Wind was blowing hard,using
paramender and pentax focus rail was "thrilling". Inspite of all was able to meter 1/60 when shot.
Rotary processed D-76(1:1),scanned epson V500.No PP,Im plum worn out.
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QuoteOriginally posted by BillM Quote
Some Tmax 100 through mamyia C330s with 180mm/F5.6(@F/11) stacked on
80mm/F2.8(@F/2.8).Held together with lens caps hot glued back to back
and secured with rubber bands.
You did what?! Any chance we could see a picture of that setup?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Argenticien Quote
You did what?! Any chance we could see a picture of that setup?
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Yeah, I'd like to see it too. Sounds like quite the macro setup.
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