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03-12-2011, 07:45 AM   #331
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Great title, Jussi.(Photo is, too). Makes me wonder how many of my high school students would catch the reference, although sometimes they surprise me with what they know.

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Neopan 400 @EI800, D-76 1:1 20C 10.45min. Nikon FE Nikkor 35/2
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Rollei Retro 100 too much agitated in R09 (Rodinal).
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Back yard Feb. 4 just before dawn. Arista Prem. 400 at ISO 1600 in DD-X.



For those who prefer less grain (maybe me) here is a similar shot that morning on LegacyPro 100 in Rodinal 1:50




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From Ilford XP2 Super (about a stop under exposed, boosted in printing)


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Windswept is a lovely shot, but I'm not sure that the XP2 really features grain. In the small form of this image, it is actually a wonderful example of how grainless this film is even underexposed.
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The CVS drugstore scans came out strange, either that or my metering was way off with the Ferrania 400... Minolta SRT 201, Auto Rokkor PF 58/1.4

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LOL, a Ferrania Grain Fest




This is why I don't like built in meters - I end up depending on them, and throwing out my own common sense. I knew I was under exposing, but as the meter told me to... anyway, not so bad as a result, though not quite what I envisioned. I will scan some of these myself to see if I can improve em.... and here it is rescanned, a bit more purple

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Javier,

Nice one! The film grain plays well with the natural grain (the sand). This one might be a good candidate for B&W conversion with a yellow filter.

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QuoteOriginally posted by GeneV Quote
In the small form of this image, it is actually a wonderful example of how grainless this film is even underexposed.
Yep, when it's used normally (or in my case at ISO500) it is virtually grainless.
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Wow this thread sure dropped back... time to resurrect the Grain

Expired Fomapan 400, exposed at EI320 (which is a bit fast for this particular film/developer combo!) and developed 14min 68F D-76 1:1, scanned with an Epson 4490. Based on past experience I expected this grungy, dark, grainy look. Pentax ES-II, SMC Takumar 50/1.4. Shot through a moving train's window, the wilds of New Jersey / Newark





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Looks like pen-and-ink stipple. Love the vignetting.
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