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05-08-2009, 12:19 PM   #481
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Frank, those are super colors, especially the yellows & oranges. What's the film?
Thanks. I used cheap Gold Kodak 100 'cause it's easily available in my neighborhood stores

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Frank, those are fantastic! What film and lens did you use?.....

*EDIT* i did not see Nessters post. question was already asked and answered.

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Great colors there Frank.

I tried a roll of Gold 100 and didn't like the results. Upon shooting the next roll I found the battery was near death so that resulted in the poor images. The metering wasn't metering . I should get the Gold 100 and give it another shot. I have a roll of Reala 100 but will save it for something special as $10 a roll is a bit steep. The Kodak Gold 100 is $5.50. (Cdn $ btw)
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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:
Those shots look good. Great camera! I have been keeping an eye out for a good used ME Super, I have a beat up normal ME and the viewfinder on that thing is amazing. It's also very compact, great for street shooting.

Some more home processed C-41 (never mind the water stains, I have to be more careful :P)

This Seat Is Taken








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David- Ollie over puddle.

Delta 100.
Ilfosol 3.
Wonderful! This is one of the best skate pics I have seen, as a former skater I have looked at a few. I could see this fitting perfectly in a skate magazine.


@Agnostic: That last pic with leaf is beautiful, I like the colours and the composition!
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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
Frank, those are fantastic! What film and lens did you use?.....

*EDIT* i did not see Nessters post. question was already asked and answered.
Thanks Javi

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Great colors there Frank.

I tried a roll of Gold 100 and didn't like the results. Upon shooting the next roll I found the battery was near death so that resulted in the poor images. The metering wasn't metering . I should get the Gold 100 and give it another shot. I have a roll of Reala 100 but will save it for something special as $10 a roll is a bit steep. The Kodak Gold 100 is $5.50. (Cdn $ btw)
Thanks I have been shooting Kodak Gold 100, so far quite happy w/ it .
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QuoteOriginally posted by Agnostic Quote
Those shots look good. Great camera! I have been keeping an eye out for a good used ME Super, I have a beat up normal ME and the viewfinder on that thing is amazing. It's also very compact, great for street shooting.
Thanks I tried quite some film cameras, so far my favorites are LX, ME Super SE and MZ-3. I think I'm gonna use the ME Super SE a lot in the future.

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Some more home processed C-41 (never mind the water stains, I have to be more careful :P)

This Seat Is Taken
Those are really fun to watch Didn't know you can process color film at home until saw your other thread, sounds pretty cool. I myself am quite lazy, don't even do scanning myself ...
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From my first roll of medium format film.
120 Rollei Retro 100 developed in Diafine shot on a 20$ Zeiss Ikon Nettar IV folding camera.





I want a Pentax 6x7!

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slightly overexposed, batteries in my MX went dead, so i had to estimate the axposure. it appears that i'm overexposing all photos when estimating.
or maybe that's scanner that's overexposing...
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First roll of Ilford FP4 125

About two weeks ago with MZ-5n.
I was too shy on exposing for the shadow and some were underexposed by 1/2 stop.













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K1000, Sears MC 50mm f1.7, Fuji 400

I've enjoyed viewing the many excellent photographs in this thread and have just started shooting film in the last couple of weeks after not doing so for several years (been doing all digital).

A friend of my granddaughters had her fourth birthday party this afternoon, so I decided to shoot a roll of film for the occasion.

Photographs taken with Fujifilm Superia X-tra ISO400 in my Pentax K1000 along with a Sears MC 50mm f1.4 lens. The film was processed at Wal-Mart 1-hour with scan to CD (no prints). I was happy with the results considering that these were party snap shots, natural light, no flash.

Here are pictures of my two granddaughters (daughters of my two daughters - so they are cousins).

Maggie - Oops, there's a belly!


Brooklyn at Lunch - Mmmm good!


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About two weeks ago with MZ-5n.
I was too shy on exposing for the shadow and some were underexposed by 1/2 stop.

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Very nice Luc, hope you are enjoying the 150. I'm going to White Rock tomorrow (Sunday) so it will be the same trip for the camera body. I'm on 19 of 36 shots Reala 100 so it will more than likely get processed late afternoon tomorrow. Can't wait to see the results.

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MZ-5n and FA 28-70mm f/4
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QuoteOriginally posted by Agnostic Quote
From my first roll of medium format film.
120 Rollei Retro 100 developed in Diafine shot on a 20$ Zeiss Ikon Nettar IV folding camera.


Superb! The contrast between the old lamp and the modern architecture is great.

I love Rollei Retro 100. Shame the base isn't thicker, it curls something terrible. But it has beautiful tonality, as you can see here.
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Superb! The contrast between the old lamp and the modern architecture is great.

I love Rollei Retro 100. Shame the base isn't thicker, it curls something terrible. But it has beautiful tonality, as you can see here.
Thanks!
And yes it curls like crazy. I couldn't even get it in the scan holder for my Canoscan 8800F, I ended up just scanning it straight from the bed.
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