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08-24-2010, 02:47 PM   #3781
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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
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Very nice photos. Do you have the details (film, camera, developer, scanner) to share?


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Thanks! Those were shot on a Superprogram, Kodak C41 BW, Developed and Scanned at a local lab.

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Here's a couple recent shots from my K2 with Provia 400.




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Colton, loving the red rose inside the vase - looks like you (and the Provia) did a really nice job with the red. I've got some slide film I meant to shoot this past Spring; well, it didn't happen then, I don't see a whole lot of point shooting the green of summer with it, so now I'm holding off 'til Fall.

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@Stratman: the prelast shot is great and also colours on every one. which film have you used?
Cheapo Fujicolor 200. I want to try some better film, but not too keen on paying a mint to get it processed. Is there a really good film that can be processed in C-41?

Here is one more from my first roll. I am wondering about the lines about 3/4 of the way up, I am HOPING that was the scanner at Target, and not a camera problem...any ideas?




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QuoteOriginally posted by KJon Quote
Colton, loving the red rose inside the vase - looks like you (and the Provia) did a really nice job with the red. I've got some slide film I meant to shoot this past Spring; well, it didn't happen then, I don't see a whole lot of point shooting the green of summer with it, so now I'm holding off 'til Fall.

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Thanks Kevin. Hope to see whatever you get with slide film.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Stratman Quote
Cheapo Fujicolor 200. I want to try some better film, but not too keen on paying a mint to get it processed. Is there a really good film that can be processed in C-41?

Here is one more from my first roll. I am wondering about the lines about 3/4 of the way up, I am HOPING that was the scanner at Target, and not a camera problem...any ideas?
Better C41 film? Ektar 100 is pretty good and fairly inexpensive as well.

As for your lines, my vote goes to alien craft moving at warp speed through the frame. Adjust your flux capacitors and they will go away. Beyond that idea, I do not have a clue. What camera was this shot with? If it has a vertical travel shutter, you may have a sticky curtain.


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It was shot with my new to me Spottie SP II. I sure hope it isn't a bum shutter curtain....
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QuoteOriginally posted by Stratman Quote
Cheapo Fujicolor 200. I want to try some better film, but not too keen on paying a mint to get it processed. Is there a really good film that can be processed in C-41?

Here is one more from my first roll. I am wondering about the lines about 3/4 of the way up, I am HOPING that was the scanner at Target, and not a camera problem...any ideas?
I get better results with Fuji when I send it to their lab, although I don't see any of my local stores offering this currently.
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All taken using a Pentax MX, SMC-K 135mm f/2.5 lens and Kodak CN400BW film.









All these were taken in Central Park one afternoon in June 2010.

Best wishes, Kris.
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Kris, the second one is incredible.
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Kris, the second one is incredible.
Thank you. I almost didn't take it but went back for the shot! I am glad I did now.

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Some first shots from my Vivitar 250/SL. Film is Fujicolor 200.


I think this was with the Vivitar 55/2.8 cheapo kit lens that must have come with the camera origonally.


Vivitar 28/2.5



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Kris, the wedding party shot remains one of my favorites of the year ...
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Love the wedding party shot. I've found after I shot some wedding as the photographer, now if I see a wedding party out in public or attend a wedding as a guest I can't help but start shooting what i notice the photographer is missing. Here are a few I took with my superprogram this past weekend.







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