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05-04-2020, 04:49 AM   #9136
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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
When I lived in Montana (Bozeman), I used to have problems with static sparks on the negative. Perhaps there was a discharge on one of the lens elements
Okay thanks.

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Okay thanks.
Ha! Ha! I know that sounds hokey, but the other options would be even stranger!


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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
Ha! Ha! I know that sounds hokey, but the other options would be even stranger!


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Not too strange. One thought I had was static while loading/developing the film or something. The streaks are much like the street light flare on the negative.

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Regarding the photo in 9127, I'm not buying the explanations so far. Those "rays" are too organic looking to me. Each one has a different shape, some bending down, some even curving back upwards. An intriguing mystery.
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Regarding the photo in 9127, I'm not buying the explanations so far. Those "rays" are too organic looking to me. Each one has a different shape, some bending down, some even curving back upwards. An intriguing mystery.
Ascending ectoplasm?


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05-06-2020, 07:38 PM - 2 Likes   #9142
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Taken around this time last year. Catching up on my scanning.

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Pier 11, South Street Esplanade, New York City

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It was dreary cold and wet day in February and I was working out of the Wall Street office right across from Pier 11 on South Street. I explored the block around the building and a section of the South Street Esplanade for about 30 minutes. Before I had the camera CLA'd in March, it had a faulty shutter. That explains the brightness on the right.


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LX & A50/1.2, shooting Delta 100:

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There's a wonderful clarity to that image.
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There's a wonderful clarity to that image.
Must be the A50/1.2 and/or the film. It's a lab scan as well.

Thanks, Phil.
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