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01-26-2010, 06:33 AM   #2086
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Eric - excellent shooting and processing - the last 3 are my faves...
Thanks -- to be fair these are all store-processed C41, I have done b/w conversions (where applicable) and some levels adjustments in Photoshop afterwards. Looking into processing my own b/w at some point in the future.

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ME SUPER M40F/2.8 FUJI SUPERIA 400

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Here was a complete accident. I remember when this happened. I went to advance the film and I heard and felt it slip. As a result, there is half an exposer on top of another.
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Sweet.. this image works quite well. Have you tried to do it again Javier?

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Sweet.. this image works quite well. Have you tried to do it again Javier?
No, I would not even know how.
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pentax lx and smc-m 50mm f1.7 with portra 400vc




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First one is great!
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+1, I like both. Portra 400vc - good looking film.



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Yashica GSN, Kodak ISO400 B&W C-41, product shoot for a salon product line
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Argus C-3 Brick, Sach's Bridge, Gettysburg, PA Civil War Battlefield, Kodak ISO400 B&W C-41
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Argus C-3 Brick, Sach's Bridge, Gettysburg, PA Civil War Battlefield, Kodak ISO400 B&W C-41
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Oooh, a Brick! How do you like it?
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Here are some from my last roll of film. I decided to have a pro shop process them and scan them for me to see what the difference is. The difference is huge. Money wise, it cost twice what I pay normally, but I am happy with it.




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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
Here are some from my last roll of film. I decided to have a pro shop process them and scan them for me to see what the difference is. The difference is huge. Money wise, it cost twice what I pay normally, but I am happy with it.
Hi Javier,
I recently just moved up to using a pro lab as well, and also noticed a big difference.
I think here in Australia the basic photo shops that I had been using are quite expensive relative to yours, as the pro shop I have just started using is only slightly mroe expensive, but the result is 2-3x better.
Anyway, I also shot my first roll of "real" black and white recently, love the grain and the effect, and the negatives look cool!



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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
Here are some from my last roll of film. I decided to have a pro shop process them and scan them for me to see what the difference is. The difference is huge. Money wise, it cost twice what I pay normally, but I am happy with it.
I can tell. What pro lab you use?
Here in Japan, I send mine to NCPS in Cali. It cost about the same compared to Japanese shops and the yen rate.
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I can tell. What pro lab you use?
Here in Japan, I send mine to NCPS in Cali. It cost about the same compared to Japanese shops and the yen rate.
I sent them to Samys and glad I did.
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Here are a few more from the pro shop








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