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05-06-2009, 12:51 PM   #466
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They say that Dogs tend to look like their owners.
I think the reverse actually tends to be more true.
Nice shot, Javier.

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From my first roll of home developed 35mm film. Shot with a 1958 Balda Baldessa 1B rangefinder:







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live at Rexall Place Edmonton 2009. Tri-X @ 1600, shot with the lowly SMC-M 135 f/3.5. Wish I had been seated a bit closer. I could crop, but somehow I have to leave it 'as is'.

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live at Rexall Place Edmonton 2009. Tri-X @ 1600, shot with the lowly SMC-M 135 f/3.5. Wish I had been seated a bit closer. I could crop, but somehow I have to leave it 'as is'.

What a great shot. I see what you mean about the crop. I scrolled up and down to see what seems to work for me and it is a tough call. I would like to hear others opinions on this as well. My first thought was to crop, but I don't know. Well done!

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They say that Dogs tend to look like their owners.

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ROFL! So true...
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They say that Dogs tend to look like their owners.

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This one is really funny !
And that's partially true, an intelligent dog will tend to have it's own look !
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This one is really funny !
And that's partially true, an intelligent dog will tend to have it's own look !
Thanks, there is no way I could have planned it. She was a cool old lady.
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Some shots from my first batch of home processed C-41 color film:



Guesstimation: Shot on expired HEMA film with a delapidated Kodak Retinette 1A with guesstimation (zone) focusing and guesstimation (no) light metering.




Crappy Kodak Color Plus 200, lots of grain and strange colors but I like the results:






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Pretty cool stuff, Agnostic!

So compared to B&W processing how did you find the C-41 experience? I'm feeling the tug to run some color film thru my cameras but now that I've started processing my own B&W I really don't want to send film off ever again.
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Pretty cool stuff, Agnostic!

So compared to B&W processing how did you find the C-41 experience? I'm feeling the tug to run some color film thru my cameras but now that I've started processing my own B&W I really don't want to send film off ever again.
I agree and am also curious about the processing.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Venturi Quote
Pretty cool stuff, Agnostic!

So compared to B&W processing how did you find the C-41 experience? I'm feeling the tug to run some color film thru my cameras but now that I've started processing my own B&W I really don't want to send film off ever again.
QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
I agree and am also curious about the processing.
Processing C41 is easy. I got a two bath Amaloco C41 kit for 10 Euros, does six 35mm films max. Package contains developer and blix (bleach/fix). Process: develop at 36-38C for 3:15 minutes, blix at 36-38C for 3 minutes, wash with water, finished.

Guesstimation focussing and light metering on a beat up Kodak Retinette 1A with expired film :


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I'm guessing getting the temps right and keeping them constant is the biggest headache
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Just finished the first roll of film on my newly bought ME Super SE. Seems the camera works fine w/ accurate metering and spot on focus Here are some sample photos from the testing roll:









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Frank, those are super colors, especially the yellows & oranges. What's the film?
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