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10-18-2018, 06:13 PM - 1 Like   #7681
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Fomapan R100: (KX & K18/3.5)



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This just needs Charleton Heston and some gun-waving apes on horseback.

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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
Fomapan R100: (KX & K18/3.5)



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Was that processed as a negative or reversal? I know R100 was designed for reversal processing, but I assume you can process it either way.
10-19-2018, 08:46 AM   #7683
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Was that processed as a negative or reversal? I know R100 was designed for reversal processing, but I assume you can process it either way.
I always send this film to DR5 Chrome (Iowa) to process as a positive, they mount the slides for me as well. ($15.75 processing per roll & $3.75 to mount)

I do my own scanning, which is not so good...........

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Some PanF+ in the fog on my GX617 pano camera. I placed one of the tombstones at Zone I and that pushed the highlights up to their limit.


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Testing a recent acquisition purchased at a yard sale, a Mamiya M645 with waist viewfinder and a Sekor C 80/2.8. Here a first few efforts using an old Réalt hand-held light meter with Fomapan 100 home developed in Caffenol CH. Scans via Epson V600 and minor tweaks in Lr4. A lot of fun, but I need to practice more here ... all taken at Montmorillon, France.








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Yesterday I experimented with using an old Canon G9 in manual mode as a light meter - the LCD shows the exposure changes as you adjust shutter and aperture, and it makes a nearly idiot-proof way of ensuring there's no clipping. But it does feel like cheating, so it's back to the Sekonic today. 500c, 150/4 plus ext. tube, XP2, HC-110, X1 scan:


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QuoteOriginally posted by drmoss_ca Quote
Yesterday I experimented with using an old Canon G9 in manual mode as a light meter - the LCD shows the exposure changes as you adjust shutter and aperture, and it makes a nearly idiot-proof way of ensuring there's no clipping. But it does feel like cheating, so it's back to the Sekonic today.
When I use my phone's light meter app, it always feels a little ridiculous to be metering a scene I could just as easily shoot with the same device... and get a pretty good image from...

That said, it's not the same... even if I sometimes do take photos both ways...

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500c, XP2, 80/2.8 plus ext. tube, HC-110, X1:


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Where did you find so many lights so close together like that?
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Where did you find so many lights so close together like that?
It's the ceiling of the Met Breuer (old Whitney Museum) in NYC. I was in the entrance waiting for my wife to finish and took the shot laying back on the couch. The building was opened in the 1960's, so lots of interesting architectural bits.

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500c, XP2, 80/2.8 plus ext. tube, HC-110, X1:

Audio porn at it's best. Is that amp part of your system?

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Audio porn at it's best. Is that amp part of your system?

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Aye, SME turntable, Decca London Reference pickup, Quad amps and speakers.
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What I at first I thought was a collection of stones on the seafront promenade was a memorial to a homeless person, people had written on individual stones
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Aye, SME turntable, Decca London Reference pickup, Quad amps and speakers.
Nice! I'm using in my main system three Threshold amps & Martin Logan speakers. Turntable is a Pro-Ject with Ortofon cartridge.

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