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06-11-2012, 03:05 PM - 2 Likes   #721
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Hi i have a couple from old Montréal with a Pentax ME super and tri-X400




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06-12-2012, 04:51 AM   #722
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Testing out my new 75mm lens on the 645. Acros 100 with Rodinal 1+50. James was mid-peekaboo bout at the time!

06-12-2012, 05:15 AM - 1 Like   #723
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Damn fine baby shot. Makes me want to break out the 645.

Here's a kitten - I posted this in the film development section, as the first go-round I didn't manage to fix the film properly. I posted a sample of the exhausted fixer result, and then this re-fixed one. Educational.




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That's two cute pics in a row - definitely time for something more abstract

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More Tri-X / HC110 / OM2n / Zuiko 85/2 or 50/1.8 / T32 flash bounced








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you are really rocking that OM2n Jussi. the one I won fell through
06-16-2012, 07:18 AM   #727
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Pentax ME, A50 1.7, Arista Prem 100



I wish I had a tripod with, I just propped the camera against a rock & hoped that it would turn out.
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Stair passage, Sibiu, Romania

Lubitel 2, Ilford Delta 100 film.



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QuoteOriginally posted by womble Quote
Stair passage, Sibiu, Romania

Lubitel 2, Ilford Delta 100 film.



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Great location, great shot.
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What are people's thought on Ilford FP4+ vs Delta 125?

From what I've seen, FP4+ has no lesser grain than HP5, despite being much slower. Delta 125 seems to be much finer. Pan F seems to have none that's visible in most photos, I don't like it.
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the FP and Hp are old school formulations (like Kodak's Plusx and TRix for instance) Personally I like the grain on the older film formulations, these films are maybe more flexible for push and pull as well. Delta series are much finer grain , Tabular type (So like Tmax and Neopan) . This is the same type of grain and film making process as almost all colour negative films as well (though in this case done with b/w tech)
I like both but it depends on use. If I want a grittier old school look I will shoot Tri X or HP4, If I want Finer grain and more detail I will shoot with Neopan or Delta. If I want finest grain for largest enlargements I will shoot Panf or If I'm really chasing detail the Maco Ortho film
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QuoteOriginally posted by womble Quote
Stair passage, Sibiu, Romania

Lubitel 2, Ilford Delta 100 film.



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Very nice!

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06-21-2012, 01:06 PM   #733
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QuoteOriginally posted by womble Quote
Stair passage, Sibiu, Romania

Lubitel 2, Ilford Delta 100 film.

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Fantastic photo.
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QuoteOriginally posted by eddie1960 Quote
the FP and Hp are old school formulations (like Kodak's Plusx and TRix for instance) Personally I like the grain on the older film formulations, these films are maybe more flexible for push and pull as well. Delta series are much finer grain , Tabular type (So like Tmax and Neopan) . This is the same type of grain and film making process as almost all colour negative films as well (though in this case done with b/w tech)
I like both but it depends on use. If I want a grittier old school look I will shoot Tri X or HP4, If I want Finer grain and more detail I will shoot with Neopan or Delta. If I want finest grain for largest enlargements I will shoot Panf or If I'm really chasing detail the Maco Ortho film
Thanks!
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Oh my aching head...

Monument in Canterbury Cathedral. Pentax MX, SMC Pentax 135mm f/2.5, Fuji Neopan 1600 film.



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