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11-29-2009, 02:48 AM   #271
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what did you develop neopan 1600 in ? Rodinal ? Use microphen or DDX or XTOL , if you haven't used already. Neopan 1600 is an awesome film ( that is when you get it right )


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QuoteOriginally posted by mer Quote
what did you develop neopan 1600 in ? Rodinal ? Use microphen or DDX or XTOL , if you haven't used already. Neopan 1600 is an awesome film ( that is when you get it right )
Thank you mer. I sent this roll out and do not know what was used, but will find out. Thank you.
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About 2 months ago after I finished a roll of b&w ISO 100 film, right before I rewinded the film back, my friend called me. Chitchated for a while, I total forgot, thought I already rewinded the film, so I opened the film door. Felt pretty mad when I saw the film still in there exposed. Closed the film door right away, but still wasted about 10 shots

Here is the last one saved, a bit over exposed on the right side, but kinda like the grainy effect:

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Canon AE-1, FD28F/2.8, Ilford XP2



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Both - Foma 400 developed in straight D76, SMC-A 28/2.8, Program Plus... the camera was running out of battery power so the exposures aren't what they should have been.
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I haven't looked at this thread for a while (obviously), but artobest's picture of the girl with the string around her fingers is what cameras were invented for.
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Grain-o-rama. Super Program (first test roll), M50/1.7, Fomapan 400 @200, F76+


Bigger negative, slower film. Pentax 67, 55/4, Acros, F76+
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Sluggo -- that last one is really nice.

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I can only hope that the GA Theater returns to its former glory.
Either Delta 400 or HP5, Olympus OM2n


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Fantastic baby - the eyes, the expression - Super!
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I think your baby might be the leader of some country one day
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Thanks for the compliments -- we'll keep her!
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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
Ilford XP2 has ridiculous dynamic range. I like this shot a lot.

I haven't had a chance to shoot any Neopan 1600 yet(got some in the freezer) but some of the shots I've seen, and from what I hear, the grain is not much worse than the 400 when developed right. It'll be the next roll i shoot, for sure.
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A couple from Foma 400 in D76 straight, DA70 on a Program Plus, more or less wide open and slowish shutter speed, as it was dark out.



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I just love this photo - and it keeps reminding me of something... the Stieglitz photo on the cover of this book:


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