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10-22-2012, 08:10 PM   #1156
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I just got a big paycheque and I'm going to take a stab at developing at home. Where do ya get rodinal in Canada?
I haven't really started looking around yet but this should be fun

10-22-2012, 09:43 PM   #1157
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I shot this with my 67 but I think it looks better square

Pentax 67, SMC Pentax 67 90/2.8 (I think), Kodak TMX 100
Nice and super sharp shot!
Pitty the fronttire just drops off

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Nice and super sharp shot!
Pitty the fronttire just drops off

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Thanks Henk.
Yes, it is to bad. I took 2 shots, 1st one had tire cut off, 2nd was slightly out of focus
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I just got a big paycheque and I'm going to take a stab at developing at home. Where do ya get rodinal in Canada?
I haven't really started looking around yet but this should be fun
Good for you on beginning development at home!

Maybe you can buy from Freestyle Photographic Supplies - Traditional Black & White Film, Paper, Chemicals, Holgas and ULF - get their Adox Adonal (Rodinal formula). It's worth checking to see if they can ship to Canada. That's where I get my supplies, and I'm very happy with their prices and service.

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QuoteOriginally posted by poppaneedsanap Quote
I just got a big paycheque and I'm going to take a stab at developing at home. Where do ya get rodinal in Canada?
I haven't really started looking around yet but this should be fun
Where do you live?

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Nice shot and NICE car!

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10-23-2012, 10:33 PM   #1163
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Great shot...very nice B&W tones

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Nice shot and NICE car!

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Big +1 on that.
10-24-2012, 02:29 PM   #1165
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Agfa Isolette II, Kodak Tri-X

I picked up a copy of this camera in a charity shop for next to nothing. I shot a test roll of Tri-X and, hurrah!, no pin-holes in the bellows. Here are some examples.

Best wishes, Kris.







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Kris, that's mighty good results from the Isolette. Aren't vintage cameras fun!
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Kris, that's mighty good results from the Isolette. Aren't vintage cameras fun!
Thanks Jussi. I was pretty pleased given where the camera came from and the fact the focus was jammed solid at first. And, yup, vintage cameras are fun!

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Very nice photos and textures.
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My Contax needs some shutter CLA, sometimes it works fine and other times... These aren't photoshopped, except to the extent I toned down the burnt in lower left corner.






A couple without the curtain bounce





TMAX 100 in HC-110, Contax IIIa, Sonnar 50/2
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I picked up a copy of this camera in a charity shop for next to nothing. I shot a test roll of Tri-X and, hurrah!, no pin-holes in the bellows. Here are some examples.

Best wishes, Kris.






Nice work.
Looks like a sweet camera and you got great results from it.
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