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01-11-2011, 12:59 AM   #4636
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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
Dawn's Early Light


Finally got around to processing some of the 4x5 work. This was in the first batch processing sheet film with the Unicolor drum. I am happy with the results, though they are not quite as good as doing semi-stand with the same film and developer at 1+119 for 15 minutes. The main advantage of the drum is that processing is faster and I am free to do other chores while leaving the agitation to the motor base.


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A really nice photo there Steve - do you print any of the 4x5's?
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wow Nesstar you shot colour!!!!

Nice shot, great grain and colours

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Glad you like it. The slide frame says 02, probably from 2002. Car is from the 50s and I've been a front passenger sometimes. No collapsible zone and no seatbelts make for even more excitement for the good ole times...
in Indonesia we call that kind Mercedes as Mercy Kentang.

Mercy = Mercedes ; Kentang= Potato

but i dont know why we call it that why..
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Dawn's Early Light

Chamonix 045N-2, Caltar II-N 90/6.8, Arista.EDU Ultra 100 (4x5) in HC-110 1+63 8' at 21C rotary drum


Finally got around to processing some of the 4x5 work. This was in the first batch processing sheet film with the Unicolor drum. I am happy with the results, though they are not quite as good as doing semi-stand with the same film and developer at 1+119 for 15 minutes. The main advantage of the drum is that processing is faster and I am free to do other chores while leaving the agitation to the motor base.


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wow!
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I finally finished my first roll of Ektar 100 after two months! It has been hard to find “colors” with gray skies and drizzle most of the time here.

Sears KS-2/ Kodak Ektar 100/ Adaptall2 24mm



Sears KS-2/ Kodak Ektar 100/ M50mm f1.7



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A really nice photo there Steve - do you print any of the 4x5's?
Only from the scans. I don't have a 4x5 enlarger and 4x5 contact prints aren't worth the trouble in my book. I suppose I could do a couple of hours of darkroom rental, though.


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I finally finished my first roll of Ektar 100 after two months! It has been hard to find “colors” with gray skies and drizzle most of the time here.

Sears KS-2/ Kodak Ektar 100/ Adaptall2 24mm



Sears KS-2/ Kodak Ektar 100/ M50mm f1.7



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Good to see that you are getting some use from your Sears/Ricoh! Is that first one at Skamania Lodge?


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Good to see that you are getting some use from your Sears/Ricoh! Is that first one at Skamania Lodge?


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Really enjoyed the Sears/Ricoh, but now is the Spotmatic turn for the next roll of film.
It is Lake Oswego Millennium Plaza Park.

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Couple from a recently developed roll of Tri-X 400. Used D76 1:1

Cheers!


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wow!
+1 (re: Stevebrot's Dawn's Early Light)


Some more from my amateur repro slide-copying:


Pleeease give me some


Now!


At last! (chomp)

Film says "RD-162" on Oly mju-1 ? Hey if somebody could link a comprehensive film designations table that'd be great.

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Couple from a recently developed roll of Tri-X 400. Used D76 1:1

Cheers!

I especially like the balls... Tri-X in D-76 is the classic. How do you find the film physically, I've had big trouble with the curl and dust-magnetism.
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Well guys....I finally got back the cheap CVS film I ran through my minolta camera. They came out much better than I was expecting considering this was my first ever try with film. Will post them later

edit: Here's my first ever shot with a film camera:




Taken with a minolta Maxxum 7000 with if I remember correctly their 50mm F/1.7 maxxum

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