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09-03-2018, 10:36 PM - 6 Likes   #7576
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One of my favourite parts of this city are the streetcar interchanges that pop up around the downtown. Particularly the way the overhead wires criss-cross when they occur.




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Another one from the Mess-Baldix. Baltar f4.5 75mm lens; Ilford Delta 400 in DD-X 1+4 for 8 mins @ 20 C.


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Svema Super Positive 0.8 ISO
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Not sure I really like this film... Like a lot of Svema films, it is a very thin base and hard to work with. But this film seems to fog, and it seemed like a characteristic of the film when I looked online at others.

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QuoteOriginally posted by twilhelm Quote
Svema Super Positive 0.8 ISO
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Not sure I really like this film...
ISO 0.8? Dang, I didn't know film came that slow.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Russell W. Barnes Quote
Another one from the Mess-Baldix. Baltar f4.5 75mm lens; Ilford Delta 400 in DD-X 1+4 for 8 mins @ 20 C.

This one definitely rocks!


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Finally finished a roll of expired AgfaColor 100 ... testing an acquired K2 (needs CLA for the ASA ring, etc. - stuck @100) with a K 35/2. Home developed in Ilfotec (29 + 1) @ 20° for 15 minutes. Scanned as a color negative via the Epson V600 and sometimes a bit of Lr4.










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If you tilt your head to the right, you'll see the actual steepness.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
ISO 0.8? Dang, I didn't know film came that slow.
It’s a bit tough to work with, but Florida provides plenty of light this time of year.

They also have an iso 6 and 3, which I tested a roll of each. I really liked the iso 6 and will probably shoot some more, but I have to work on development times because there’s very little information available.
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QuoteOriginally posted by twilhelm Quote
It’s a bit tough to work with, but Florida provides plenty of light this time of year.
Tuff for sure. My GSW690III needs to be stopped down to get DOF. I like shooting it at f16 when I can but f8 is common. So the Sunny 16 rule says, what, 1.25 seconds or say 1 second exposure at f16 on a bright, sunny day? And that equals 1/4 sec at f8. And that's no filter. Yikes, I'd need a tripod all the time with it because the fastest this semi truck of a camera can do is f5.6.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Tuff for sure. My GSW690III needs to be stopped down to get DOF. I like shooting it at f16 when I can but f8 is common. So the Sunny 16 rule says, what, 1.25 seconds or say 1 second exposure at f16 on a bright, sunny day? And that equals 1/4 sec at f8. And that's no filter. Yikes, I'd need a tripod all the time with it because the fastest this semi truck of a camera can do is f5.6.

1/60 at ƒ2 (if you have an ƒ2 lens or faster.) It seems only to be available in 35mm and is really a direct positive microfilm duplication film. I'm kind of curious because it develops to positive in standard chemistry. (i.e. no bleach and re-exposure needed.)
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
If you tilt your head to the right, you'll see the actual steepness.
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Hang on a minute -- if I tilt my head to the right, then the Jeep is sitting on a horizontal section of this path. But the little shrub behind the Jeep is showing that, clearly, the Jeep is indeed sitting on a steep section of the path. Because the shrub is growing vertically, donchaknow.
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QuoteOriginally posted by cooltouch Quote
Hang on a minute -- if I tilt my head to the right, then the Jeep is sitting on a horizontal section of this path. But the little shrub behind the Jeep is showing that, clearly, the Jeep is indeed sitting on a steep section of the path. Because the shrub is growing vertically, donchaknow.
You can really tilt your head a lot Yes, the Jeep is still on a steep section but not as steep as shown. The camera is tilted about 15 degrees or so.
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