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12-09-2009, 12:56 PM   #286
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QuoteOriginally posted by Vertex Ninja 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.
Thank you. I have heard the same about the neopan 1600. I have another roll and will send that one to the pro shop. As for Ilford XP-2 that is my favorite film.

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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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Holga, Ilford Delta 3200

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Ilford HP5, Kodak Retina IIc (mid '50s camera) - I under exposed this, so the grain's exposed. I think I developed this in Ilfosol 3.

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Holga, Ilford Delta 3200
I like this picture a lot!

Here's one from me. Delta 400, somewhat overdeveloped in Ilfosol3.
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Ilford HP5+ 400, developed in my kitchen :-)







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FED-2d, mishandled and mangled Kentmere 400 souped in Tmax:


Konica S III, Ferrania 400:


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here's a few.


location: top of pikes peak; camera: holga 120 cfn; film: ilford delta 400



location: colorado; camera: holga 120 cfn; film: kodak pro 400Tri-X 120



location: colorado; camera:holga 120cfn; film: kodak pro 400Tri-X 120
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@aimes...That one from the top of Pike's Peak gives me the shivers. It sort of looks like it belongs to one of those roadrunner cartoons.


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Kodak 800 Ultra Max. +3EV, minus half stop to 1/500@f8. 20% crop ,drugstore scan
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Around the house. Pentax SuperProgram Kiron 28/2 @F2 LegacyPro 400 in HC110.
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I like those Holga shots.
Here is some fresh Ferrania 400 grain shot with my SP1000 and Super Takumar 55/2:



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Aimes: add my name to those who love your Holga shots. There's almost a tilt-shift effect there. I've spent hours in front of the computer to less effect ...

Fish4570: what the heck happened with that second shot? Massive underexposure? The little rings of light are great though - the sort of thing you couldn't get if you tried.
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Here is a little grain from Fuji Superia-Xtra 400, shot with my Spottie SP II and S-M-C Tak 35mm F3.5


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