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05-16-2012, 12:42 PM   #691
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Rollei-Retro 80S with less development

Bright sun and time off finally coincided to let the experiments continue. This time around I tried 12 min instead of 15 in HC-110 dilution H. The goal was less blocking up of the highlights with the obvious tradeoff of shadow detail. Next roll will be developed for slightly more time as the shadows could be better and the highlights still have room at the top of the curve. Suggestions welcome!

Super-Tak 28mm f3.5 on the Spotmatic, f8.
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Some of mine. Hope it not too bad. Still new to film.
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Bright sun and time off finally coincided to let the experiments continue. This time around I tried 12 min instead of 15 in HC-110 dilution H. The goal was less blocking up of the highlights with the obvious tradeoff of shadow detail. Next roll will be developed for slightly more time as the shadows could be better and the highlights still have room at the top of the curve. Suggestions welcome!

Super-Tak 28mm f3.5 on the Spotmatic, f8.
Nice work guys and welcome to the film section!

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+1 on what Phil says - welcome, and I was really grooving to this page this morning. Excellent work
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Japanese Garden, Denver Botanical Gardens

Pentax ES, S-M-C Takumar 28mm f/3.5 lens, Pan F film. (Cross posted with the Takumar thread.)



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Japanese Garden, Denver Botanical Gardens

Pentax ES, S-M-C Takumar 28mm f/3.5 lens, Pan F film. (Cross posted with the Takumar thread.)
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Very cool & makes me wonder what the 'colorized version' would look like!
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Japanese Garden, Denver Botanical Gardens

Pentax ES, S-M-C Takumar 28mm f/3.5 lens, Pan F film. (Cross posted with the Takumar thread.)



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Nice work- textures are excellent. I can live without a colourized version, though!

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Haddock (life size model, about 160cm high...)

Camera: MZ-6
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Japanese Garden, Denver Botanical Gardens

Pentax ES, S-M-C Takumar 28mm f/3.5 lens, Pan F film. (Cross posted with the Takumar thread.)

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Nice work. There is a Japanese Garden in Seattle. They are almost camera hostile. They won't let you take a tripod in with you. I guess they don't like you doing long exposures or something. What's with that.
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Nice work. There is a Japanese Garden in Seattle. They are almost camera hostile. They won't let you take a tripod in with you. I guess they don't like you doing long exposures or something. What's with that.
Same thing with the Japanese Garden in Portland. They charge you an additional fee ($2) if you have a tripod. I asked why and they told me it was for moss replacement. According to them, tripod-users disturb the moss.

Interestingly, you can avoid the moss replacement surcharge by purchase of a membership or signing up for any photo class offered by a local camera shop with which the garden has a kick-back arrangement.

I solved the issue by leaving the tripod in its bag. Tripod? What tripod?


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Haddock!

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Ackkk! Smaller images please!!! (say no more than 1000 px on the long axis)


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Actually I rather like some of the 1024 wide images (max width for this site as i recall) since its hard to appreciate a postage stamp, I'm not sure how the pics are wider when you click on them (which is nice too for detail) but they are showing up less wide to me (just 1024 I guess) on this thread.

And please remember to post what camera and film you used, some of these really make me curious.
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I believe I saw in your preferences here on PF where you can set the max image size you will see if you happen to have a small monitor. At home I have a large monitor and a 1024 image is rather small. At work my monitor is not so big and often a 1024 doesn't fit in the browser window but I don't mind.
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