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03-06-2010, 04:22 PM   #2446
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A much happier accident than the roll I processed today--most of which was shot with the dark slide in place.

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Went out shooting some pretty ladies last weekend, used both digital and b&w film. Kinda like the film ones better.

Here are some of them, all taken w/ a MZ-5n and FA77 on Ilford Pan-F Plus ISO 50 B&W film:





























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Frank, It is my opinion that this is the best ''series'' of this thread.


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Wow -- stunning work Frank. Tell me -- in the first photo -- are the two young ladies on the right sisters or am I just exhausted?

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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
Frank, It is my opinion that this is the best ''series'' of this thread.


Thanks Javie. Glad you like them too


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Wow -- stunning work Frank. Tell me -- in the first photo -- are the two young ladies on the right sisters or am I just exhausted?
Thanks. Yes, as a matter of fact, they are twin sisters
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
When Dad screws up... a year or two ago, I loaded the Yashica Mat with '400' film - only it was Fuji Pro 160C - and so daughter's photos were all under exposed.
And the culprit even left his fingerprints on the negative!

Nice series Frank!

My first test roll of Rollei Retro 80S on the Rolleicord Vb. Very sharp and low grain and nice tonality. This is in Rodinal 1:100, I think the edge effect is too strong for my taste here. Next roll I will try Rollei RHS.



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Nice job, Frank!
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My LX came back last week from some time with Eric Hendrickson.
It hasn't worked this well in ages, especially with its old friend the M 50mm 1.4 (at F/1.4):



Neopan 400 in FG7+Sulfite

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Very nice results, GeneV. The DOF is great. What kind of cat is that?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Agnostic Quote
And the culprit even left his fingerprints on the negative!

Nice series Frank!

My first test roll of Rollei Retro 80S on the Rolleicord Vb. Very sharp and low grain and nice tonality. This is in Rodinal 1:100, I think the edge effect is too strong for my taste here. Next roll I will try Rollei RHS.
Thanks

And those from your Rollei Retro 80s look really sharp!

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Nice job, Frank!
Thanks Gene
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Very nice results, GeneV. The DOF is great. What kind of cat is that?
Thanks. Its a rescue cat. Actually, she bites occasionally, but she's pretty.
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Shot with my Pentax 6x7 and TMX

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Shot with my Pentax 6x7 and TMX

That's a gorgeous seascape, Tuco. What developer did you use?
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Frank, amazing set!!!
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Thanks, Jzietman. That developer was PMK
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