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09-30-2016, 05:58 AM   #5506
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QuoteOriginally posted by dsmithhfx Quote
If you want timely, get a web cam. Photography is timeless.
Perhaps you missed the emotion-con attached to that comment and the tone of the message I thought it would create. But there is suppose to be some humor in that comment. My bad for poor communication.

09-30-2016, 06:10 AM   #5507
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Perhaps you missed the emotion-con attached to that comment and the tone of the message I thought it would create. But there is suppose to be some humor in that comment. My bad for poor communication.
My response was also meant to be humorous.

Two strikes, then.
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Yashica Mat 124 w/ Superpan. Nice stuff, I really like the Rollei film line up!

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Pity about the focus, but it's a bit harder to be precise with a prism on the Rolleiflex.




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QuoteOriginally posted by drmoss_ca Quote
Pity about the focus
Never mind the focus, this is one of your best.
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Tuco, for what it is worth I took you comments to the photos lightheartedly.

bobbotron, that is a great shot. What developer do you use with the Rollei?

drmoss_ca, that is a beautiful portrait. It does not look like the focus was off at all.

Here are some more from around Halifax from Feb and March taken with the MX and the CV 40 and a yellow-green filter (maybe the M28 f2.8and a yellow filter) on HP5 or FP4 I need to keep better notes.


16_2 Halifax around town_003a
by Dan Cluff, on Flickr


16_2 Halifax around town_013
by Dan Cluff, on Flickr


16_3 Break in March_005
by Dan Cluff, on Flickr


16_3 Break in March_012
by Dan Cluff, on Flickr


16_3 Break in March_013
by Dan Cluff, on Flickr
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Mucking around with a strobe, 645n, XP2, HC-110, X1 scan:




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10-03-2016, 12:29 AM - 6 Likes   #5515
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10-03-2016, 05:05 AM - 5 Likes   #5516
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My very first home B&W film developing.
Tmax Pro developer + Tmax fixer + Ilford stop bath + RA50 Rinse aid. Film HP5Plus bulk loaded - 10 frames; Kiev 4a camera; Weston Master hand light meter
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Thanks Dracluff! I really like the last photo you posted.

I use Rodinal for most Rollei films, they seem to go well together.

QuoteOriginally posted by dracluff Quote
Tuco, for what it is worth I took you comments to the photos lightheartedly.

bobbotron, that is a great shot. What developer do you use with the Rollei?

drmoss_ca, that is a beautiful portrait. It does not look like the focus was off at all.

Here are some more from around Halifax from Feb and March taken with the MX and the CV 40 and a yellow-green filter (maybe the M28 f2.8and a yellow filter) on HP5 or FP4 I need to keep better notes.


16_2 Halifax around town_003a
by Dan Cluff, on Flickr


16_2 Halifax around town_013
by Dan Cluff, on Flickr


16_3 Break in March_005
by Dan Cluff, on Flickr


16_3 Break in March_012
by Dan Cluff, on Flickr


16_3 Break in March_013
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---------- Post added 10-03-16 at 09:59 AM ----------

That last roll of Superpan was almost a total bust. A friend of mine told me you could roll two rolls of 120 on a paterson reel (which in theory is possible, as they take 220 film.) So I rolled two rolls of superpan onto a paterson reel, not realizing that the second one just rolled up beside the first. The one roll didn't develop at all, but this one survived! I won't be trying that again any time soon.
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Thanks bobbotron. It must be frustrating losing a roll like that. I know there are always images from each roll that I remember hoping that they turn out. It sucks if the only time the frames see the light of day is when they were initially exposed.
I really enjoyed all the shots on this page. It reminds I need to keep being more active on here.
Here are a few more from around Halifax. Shot on an MX or K1000 with FP4 or HP5. They would have been developed in HC110


16_3 Break in March_022
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16_3 Break in March_029
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16_3 Citadel to the ferry_026
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16_3 Library _ reflections_002
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16_3 Library _ reflections_005
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The only two shots that turned out from this roll. I sometimes don't know why I keep running rolls through this camera. Focusing is difficult; the slow speeds are unreliable at best; it's easy to accidentally knock the thing into the "Z" (Timed exposure) position; it leaks (both light and dust—dirty negatives all around); vignetting isn't so much a possibility as an expectation. And yet...





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