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03-22-2016, 08:50 AM   #4831
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expose for the shadows...

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QuoteOriginally posted by mattt Quote
expose for the shadows...
Assuming metering and shutter timings are both accurate...
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QuoteOriginally posted by dsmithhfx Quote
Assuming metering and shutter timings are both accurate...
If we assumed otherwise, we'd never take our film cameras out of mothballs.

Mind you, I don't care if 1/500 on my Honeywell Spotmatic is really 1/650 so long as it's consistently 1/650, and the same goes for any meter errors. Consistency matters more than accuracy; you can compensate for being "off" if you know how far off and in what direction, but you can't adequately compensate when it's all over the place. I have a feeling that the next roll I shoot will be not 36 subjects but 12 subjects with a three-shot bracket. But anyway, back to posting film images...
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QuoteOriginally posted by pathdoc Quote
If we assumed otherwise, we'd never take our film cameras out of mothballs.
With my non-CLA'd manual bodies, I assume otherwise. Hell, I feel lucky if they don't invariably manifest light leaks. But, pry from cold, dead hands and all that.

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Pentax 645, Acros developed in HC110 - h
Looks good. Did you get inside?
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I'm not sure if I have shown this one here before but I just posted it in the alphabet game thread, and thought I would cross-post it here.


Grant's tomb ceiling par Kris Lockyear, on ipernity

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03-25-2016, 06:36 PM   #4839
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Colton, that is the same procedure I am using but it seems to be giving me trouble. Are the pictures you post from google photos shared publicly (on google photos) or shared privately?

Sorry for dragging the thread of course a little if I could I would post a few photos. Hopefully shortly I will get those Bon Echo shots up.
If this hasn't been resolved yet, depending on which browser you're using, additional characters are added to your URL when you right-click and select "copy image location". Follow the same steps, but after pasting the URL into the insert image dialog box here, delete the characters after ....jpg. Delete the question mark and everything after.

I'm posting from a mobile device so I can't check right now, but it's something like ...imgp4321.jpg?attredirect=1234

Delete the characters in bold and see if that solves the problem.
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A few from my Minolta Hi-Matic G, all on Ultrafine Extreme 400, processed in Caffenol C-H









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And a few from Ricoh KR-5 Super II. Also in Caffenol C-H and on Ultrafine Extreme 400.

This one I used a Pentax AF 28-80mm zoom


The rest I used a Pentax A 35-70mm zoom


I scan as color, which lets me use post process to do some interesting color effects, with B&W film images.


I have been watching these trees decay for many years.


I have no idea what these are, but they grow into some unusual cactus shapes. No spines or thorns, just that shape sometimes.
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These were taken on my SFXn (first roll through that camera I think) on T-Max 100. The band were playing in the Plaza Mayor in Segovia one day when we went for a pre-lunch drink.


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I recently got a Ricoh XR-7, and it went to Spokane with us for a hospital run. UltraFine Extreme 400, in D76 1+1 soup. All with a Pentax A 35-70mm zoom

My man Jay, from Alaska, with an eye swelling he needed to get looked at.
Waiting to get called.


Rainy day bear, outside the cafe in the courtyard


Deaconess Hospital building face


Lamp post in the wilderness


Scanned as color and post process trickery


Rainy day, waiting in car after security locked me out for weapons.


Grand Coulee, retaining wall, interesting methods.


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