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10-13-2017, 08:09 AM   #6391
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QuoteOriginally posted by murrelet Quote
I don't normally shoot T-Max so I can't really say. But I got a few expired rolls for cheap to play around with. Also, I have no idea how this roll was stored. Interestingly, the first few frame or two had been exposed, then rolled back carefully into the canister. I'll post a double-exposure soon.
This was the only frame on that roll that came back double-exposed. Interesting stuff on that refrigerator: postcard of a Confederate flag, non-alcoholic Coors Cutter, and flier about a book on football hooliganism.



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QuoteOriginally posted by murrelet Quote
This was the only frame on that roll that came back double-exposed. Interesting stuff on that refrigerator: postcard of a Confederate flag, non-alcoholic Coors Cutter, and flier about a book on football hooliganism.



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Looks more triple-exposed to me, Girl in chair, dog, Fridge.
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10-13-2017, 02:56 PM   #6394
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It would make a great photo for the weekly caption contest, though you'd have to have a winning caption for somebody else's photo in order to get to post it there.


QuoteOriginally posted by murrelet Quote
This was the only frame on that roll that came back double-exposed. Interesting stuff on that refrigerator: postcard of a Confederate flag, non-alcoholic Coors Cutter, and flier about a book on football hooliganism.



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Girl in chair, dog, Fridge
Optical illusion - no dog that I can see - girl is holding sunglasses.
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Optical illusion - no dog that I can see - girl is holding sunglasses.
Yeah, I see that now after looking at it a bit more closely.
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Here are a couple I found handy..

These are shot on Efke 25 or Efke 100 (both used) ASA film, push processed by probably roughly a stop (6 min extra?) in Rodinal developer at recommended temperature of maybe 1/2 to 1 degree F lower than recommended but then compensated for with time... Scanned negative. Shot on Ilford Sportsman rangefinder. I got in a retro mood a few years ago and also wanted to document a lot of artifacts, ruins on actual film since someday humanity might appreciate a physically verifiable record. It's my belief that history will be skewed to the point that people will try to say these people never existed and could not have.

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10-14-2017, 01:33 AM   #6399
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QuoteOriginally posted by timw4mail Quote
Yeah, I see that now after looking at it a bit more closely.
Funny thing is my wife saw a dog too!
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10-17-2017, 10:15 PM - 3 Likes   #6402
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These were taken in a graveyard in Shinjuku, Tokyo.

MX, Ilford Delta 400


Japan Pentax MX Ilford Delta 400 071a
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Lots of photos incoming. Finally catching up on a few rolls.

First off, some Bergger Pancro 400. This is the last roll I had of it, and it's the best of the bunch though a few definitely still didn't turn out.





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Bergger Pancro 400.

---------- Post added 2017-10-20 at 22:41 ----------

Next, JCH Streetpan 400. I'm glad this is finally available in 120 format.

This lens in particular is a beast to carry around — probably at the upper limit of what I'd be willing to hand-hold on 6x7 — but quite nice on macro, and fairly sharp even wide open. (Though this is stopped down one stop.)



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Super-Multi-Coated Takumar/6x7 300mm f4 on #2 extension tube.
JCH Streetpan 400.


---------- Post added 2017-10-20 at 22:46 ----------

And finally (for now) some point-and-shoot. This turned out precisely how I hoped, which is rare with this camera.



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10-20-2017, 11:17 PM - 5 Likes   #6404
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QuoteOriginally posted by g026r Quote
Lots of photos incoming. Finally catching up on a few rolls.

First off, some Bergger Pancro 400. This is the last roll I had of it, and it's the best of the bunch though a few definitely still didn't turn out.





Pentax 6x7.
smc Pentax 67 165mm f2.8.

Bergger Pancro 400.

---------- Post added 2017-10-20 at 22:41 ----------

Next, JCH Streetpan 400. I'm glad this is finally available in 120 format.

This lens in particular is a beast to carry around probably at the upper limit of what I'd be willing to hand-hold on 6x7 but quite nice on macro, and fairly sharp even wide open. (Though this is stopped down one stop.)



Pentax 6x7.
Super-Multi-Coated Takumar/6x7 300mm f4 on #2 extension tube.
JCH Streetpan 400.


---------- Post added 2017-10-20 at 22:46 ----------

And finally (for now) some point-and-shoot. This turned out precisely how I hoped, which is rare with this camera.



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Efke KB100.
Very nice. I like the tones from that Bergger film but having just discovered Delta 400 I'm not sure I'll be using any other 400-speed B&W film in the near future.

Here are a few from the MX, Delta 400, in Tsujiki market, Tokyo.


Japan Pentax MX Ilford Delta 400 049a
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Japan Pentax MX Ilford Delta 400 050a
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Japan Pentax MX Ilford Delta 400 052a
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Japan Pentax MX Ilford Delta 400 058a
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