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01-22-2016, 12:50 PM - 2 Likes   #4591
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Test Roll taken with Pentax K-x and Pentax-M 50/1.4 by Jason Doss, on Flickr

This is the first test roll from a 100' bulk roll of Kentmere 400. While developing, wouldn't you know someone caught their apartment on fire which required evacuation for a few hours. I was only 3 minutes into an 11:30 development process. Before I ran for my life, I dumped the developer and replaced with cold tap water. My apartment was undamaged, so upon return, I replaced the tap water with fresh developer and let it go for the remaining 8 or so minutes.

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QuoteOriginally posted by jcdoss Quote
...My apartment was undamaged, so upon return, I replaced the tap water with fresh developer and let it go for the remaining 8 or so minutes.
Oh, wow, that was a good idea.
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another wrestling shot.

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QuoteOriginally posted by jcdoss Quote
Test Roll taken with Pentax K-x and Pentax-M 50/1.4 by Jason Doss, on Flickr

This is the first test roll from a 100' bulk roll of Kentmere 400. While developing, wouldn't you know someone caught their apartment on fire which required evacuation for a few hours. I was only 3 minutes into an 11:30 development process. Before I ran for my life, I dumped the developer and replaced with cold tap water. My apartment was undamaged, so upon return, I replaced the tap water with fresh developer and let it go for the remaining 8 or so minutes.
Cool story. I just inverted my desktop's colours so I could see them as positives –they don't look too bad!

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Updating an old scan to update Flickr sizes. The image is from around 1995 using the old formulation of Tri-X, TXT 4164 on 4x5 sheet. I can really tell I'm dealing with a much different film than with the tabular film I've been shooting.


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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
The image is from around 1995 using the old formulation of Tri-X, TXT 4164 on 4x5 sheet. I can really tell I'm dealing with a much different film than with the tabular film I've been shooting.
Well it's resulted in a beautiful photo…
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another wrestling shot.
Cool. That sign in the background says, <something> COKOR Film. Can you elaborate on that?

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Well it's resulted in a beautiful photo…
Thanks. Yeah, I like that Tri-xie look. I used a staining pyro developer on the negative and the visual stain is so much more than on modern tabular films.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Cool. That sign in the background says, <something> COKOR Film. Can you elaborate on that?[COLOR="Silver"]
It is just the name of my Photography Business/watermark.

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The day is overcast and dull. Two from the Bessa III in 6x7 mode:















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Black & white & blue MX FP4
This wasn't intended to be a colour picture. I just took two shots, one with a yellow filter, then later got to wondering what would happen if they were combined using Gimp.
Method: Load both photos as layers, setting the one without the filter as the bottom blue channel. Duplicate the other to be the red and green. When combine is run, they
all add up to black and white except for the lighter sky and water parts of the filterless layer.
Full colour can be done with good RGB filters, but this uses equipment that we have in the bag.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Updating an old scan to update Flickr sizes. The image is from around 1995 using the old formulation of Tri-X, TXT 4164 on 4x5 sheet. I can really tell I'm dealing with a much different film than with the tabular film I've been shooting.


Lovely image. K.
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Lovely image. K.
Thanks.

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Another rescan of an old image for Flickr and also on TXT 4164. I'm kicking myself for not dating my archive sleeves well during this time. It looks to be when I was doing tray development in either D-76 or T-Max developer because there's no stain and some patchy unevenness I'd frequently get. Circa 1993.


Admiralty Head Lighthouse, Whidbey Is., WA.


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x post, kinda

I took some paper negative shots with my B&J 2x3 yesterday,
I am not happy with this shot, and this is the one I wanted to get right, I will revisit this but i will likely use 100 asa film not paper.



this is my collection of 110 cameras:

The kodak is a Disney 101 Dalmatians version, with flash, and it still has film about 15 years old in it. If I had a reel, I would finish that roll and use this camera more.

This one is my Traveler 120. It uses 120 roll film with a 110mm meniscus lens, kinda cute. Works great.


And my two rangefinders. Olympus 35 RC, and Petri 7s, the Petri has a loose lens mount, and I think it is leaking light at the front.


Last night I ordered a Minolta Hi-Matic G, not a range finder, zone scale focus and auto exposure.
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I haven't posted for a while, but I was finally able to finish my last BW400CN inside my LX, and I mostly used the K50mm f1.2.

Schofield:



Come to taste the watch:



Speedmaster:



The last two were shot handheld at f2.8 and 1/30s if memory serves me correctly.
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I'm not up to stomping around outside today, so I pestered Isabelle Adjani until she let me take her photo.



Chamonix 10x8, Kenthene grade 2 glossy RC paper, Nikkor-M 300mm/f9, exposed at f32, five seconds preflash through a sheet of white paper, then 15 seconds of the subject, Ilford Multigrade developer, Epson V850 scan:









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