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08-21-2012, 04:26 PM   #901
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Thanks fish, really like your blog. The 50 1.4 is a great lens, I really want the 1.2 but I don't think I would be able to focus it.
Quicksilver: Might have to get me some Tmax

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Today, I almost ruined one film completely because i just couldnīt get it to the spiral. It took me four efforts until I did it. Unfortunately there was few pictures that got bent so badly that it can be seen in the final images. Luckily there was still some that came out ok.

This time itīs something totally different, no more rocks from the Baltic sea










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I really like the chair shot, but I think the last one is my favorite. The little window light hitting the chair and the open drawer.
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nice quick, very nice.

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me super, smc pentax-m 50/2, bw400cn, drugstore processing, my scans on epson 4490, 2400 bit:











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Thanks!

fish4570: Really like that cat shot!

So, hereīs the last from the same film. Just so glad this picture was not ruined. (The next and the previous shots on the film had bent quite badly)





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i like that attic one a bunch, quick. evocative ...
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I have not noticed in the post details anyone shooting 3200. It seems I often only get evenings to shoot so i picked up a couple of rolls of Ilford Delta PRO 3200. I was curious if there was any character I should be aware of - even in developing ( I will probably be doing it myself)

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QuoteOriginally posted by mattt Quote
I have not noticed in the post details anyone shooting 3200. It seems I often only get evenings to shoot so i picked up a couple of rolls of Ilford Delta PRO 3200. I was curious if there was any character I should be aware of - even in developing ( I will probably be doing it myself)

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Realistically Delta 3200 is really a 1600 iso film they market as 3200. It can be pretty grainy in my experience, but better than say trix pushed 3 stops
I would shoot it say down a half stop (iso 2400) less and develop for 3200.
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Matt: check out the post before this one, I have a shot with Delta 3200 up on it. For me I rate it at 1600 and meter +1 off the face and develop normally.
Fish: Love the lines and shadows, I wish I could make everyday stuff like that look amazing!
Quicksilver: Really like the window light coming off the ground, so little grain in that shot.
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Some great work with that Bronica GS-1.
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QuoteOriginally posted by montman Quote
Matt: check out the post before this one, I have a shot with Delta 3200 up on it. For me I rate it at 1600 and meter +1 off the face and develop normally.
Cheers thanks, I must have been distracted by the hat!


QuoteOriginally posted by Eddie 1960 Quote
Realistically Delta 3200 is really a 1600 iso film they market as 3200. It can be pretty grainy in my experience, but better than say trix pushed 3 stops. I would shoot it say down a half stop (iso 2400) less and develop for 3200.
So the message here from the both of you is that it is slower than 3200 and I need to over expose it to smooth it out.Thanks for the tip.
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I've shot a roll of Delta 3200. I understand it's really ISO 1000 (as is the Kodak 3200) but it's marketed as a 3200 that can be pushed or pulled.

TBH, it was in the camera for quite a while and at least half of the roll was used up just to use it up. When I'm back home in the pub with mates I might get another roll, but other than that, it's not of much use to me. I've developed it but not scanned it yet, but the negatives look a bit ropey to me. That's probably because it's HOT her just now and I'm developing at 26šC and timing becomes more critical. When I get them scanned I'm sure I'll post some shots.
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QuoteOriginally posted by _quicksilver_ Quote
Today, I almost ruined one film completely because i just couldnīt get it to the spiral. It took me four efforts until I did it. Unfortunately there was few pictures that got bent so badly that it can be seen in the final images. Luckily there was still some that came out ok.

This time itīs something totally different, no more rocks from the Baltic sea

Bronica GS-1
Zenzanon PG 65mm
Hoya 25A red filter or B+W orange filter
TMAX100
Rodinal 1+100 60 min
Ilford rapid fixer 8 min
Epson V500
Nice series. The whites in the second shot are really good.
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I have some shots on this thread of Delta 3200 at EI400. That's an interesting use of it.
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