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04-14-2018, 11:19 PM - 1 Like   #16726
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I'm familiar. My better half and most of her family is in or is from Minnesota. I don't understand why people live there. Cold-as-brass-balls and then moves directly into hot-as-thick-nuts, stopping briefly at insect hatching season between. (I understand they're in their 3rd winter this year currently.)

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This. Is. Blowing. My. Mind.
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I have no idea how I ever forgot about it for so long. I've seen some stuff there so bad that I think most people would need training to produce images so awful.



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04-15-2018, 06:19 AM - 1 Like   #16728
Sorry for all this
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So is this in lake country? Do folks load their potting mix into a barge-train of one-man kayaks and paddle home to their island to plant hydrangeas?
hahahaha....yes, "hydrangeas", you could call it that
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My friend souped a roll, shot it and then I shot over it. Mine was with the K1000 and FA43.


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My friend souped a roll, shot it and then I shot over it
You what?
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My friend souped a roll, shot it and then I shot over it. Mine was with the K1000 and FA43.


Iíve thought about trying that. Do you know what they souped it in?
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QuoteOriginally posted by dsmithhfx Quote
You what?
Originally just begun as vernacular to mean home processing often using home cooked alternative (Caffenol for instance), but has progressed into a much crazier practices, and often very very cool looking and/or sometimes disastrous looking (eye of the beholder) results. I first heard the term in NZ where it's a lot more common and usually refers to just processing at home. Film Soupies is a facebook group in NZ.

A writeup one of the FSC folks did a while back:
Film Soup! | Tom Evans and Barbara Murray | Film Shooters Collective

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QuoteOriginally posted by ChatMechant Quote
My friend souped a roll, shot it and then I shot over it. Mine was with the K1000 and FA43.


that's rad.

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QuoteOriginally posted by chickentender Quote
Originally just begun as vernacular to mean home processing often using home cooked alternative (Caffenol for instance), but has progressed into a much crazier practices, and often very very cool looking and/or sometimes disastrous looking (eye of the beholder) results. I first heard the term in NZ where it's a lot more common and usually refers to just processing at home. Film Soupies is a facebook group in NZ.

A writeup one of the FSC folks did a while back:
Film Soup! | Tom Evans and Barbara Murray | Film Shooters Collective

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that's rad.
Yeah I've heard the term "souped" since a looong time ago. What I hadn't heard of was running a "souped" (developed) film through a camera and expecting it to still be light-sensitive.
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QuoteOriginally posted by dsmithhfx Quote
Yeah I've heard the term "souped" since a looong time ago. What I hadn't heard of was running a "souped" (developed) film through a camera and expecting it to still be light-sensitive.
Depending what you've done to it, it may very well not be, or at least parts of it. It's done in the canister, then dried and re-rolled in the dark. No light is involved just.... soup.
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QuoteOriginally posted by dsmithhfx Quote
You what?
sorry for not explaining, my friend who does this often soaks the film canister in various concoctions (not developing chems) before shooting it.
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Iíve thought about trying that. Do you know what they souped it in?
I think she said it was various things but orange acrylic paint was one of the main ones.

QuoteOriginally posted by chickentender Quote
Originally just begun as vernacular to mean home processing often using home cooked alternative (Caffenol for instance), but has progressed into a much crazier practices, and often very very cool looking and/or sometimes disastrous looking (eye of the beholder) results. I first heard the term in NZ where it's a lot more common and usually refers to just processing at home. Film Soupies is a facebook group in NZ.

A writeup one of the FSC folks did a while back:
Film Soup! | Tom Evans and Barbara Murray | Film Shooters Collective

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that's rad.
Thanks! some of the shots came out looking pretty neat.
It's also a film swap so you really never know how things are going to turn out.
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Florence

Christmas Day 1999, K1000, lens unknown. It was our first big trip after our son was born; Zurich to Florence by train. I could not sleep Christmas morning so went for a walk along the Arno. Fuji Velvia or Provia. Scanned with Nikon ls 2000 slide and film scanner back when I was just learning digital...I really should scan this in again using newer equipment and software.
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QuoteOriginally posted by CharLac Quote
Christmas Day 1999, K1000, lens unknown. It was our first big trip after our son was born; Zurich to Florence by train. I could not sleep Christmas morning so went for a walk along the Arno. Fuji Velvia or Provia. Scanned with Nikon ls 2000 slide and film scanner back when I was just learning digital...I really should scan this in again using newer equipment and software.


This is a very nice shot. I agree that you should try to do a better scan. It will be worth the effort.
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