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03-07-2011, 03:04 AM   #4951
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Got my first roll for Kodak Ektar 100 back. I like it! I'll be using this as my color film from now on I think.









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Upgraded to a Super Program, that 1/2000 shutter speed has already helped me a few times.

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Nice shots Jason. Tri-X seems to do very well at 1600. What developer did you use? I have a roll of Arista Premium 400 (aka Tri-X) in my SV that I am shooting at 1250 and am planning on developing in Diafine.
Thanks Colton. Yeah, Tri-X is nice at 1600 I have however learnt that you need to get the exposure pretty much spot on though, if you want the shots to turn out OK.
I just used Tmax developer, standard 1:9 @ 25C for 6 min 45 sec (off the top of my head). I'm thinking that if I developed it for longer with a more diluted developer that it might be a bit less contrasty... But I'm happy enough with the results.

Re: your shot posted - nice colours. I'm guessing that you're looking forward to Spring now? We are only just coming out of Summer here, it's been ridiculouslly hot.

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Nice shots, particularly the first one.
Thanks.
Here's a little bit more:

Super Program, M50 f/1.4, Tri-x @1600



Missed focus on this one slightly, but the 'subjects' seem quite happy with the outcome:
Super Program, M50 f/1.4, Tri-x @1600

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QuoteOriginally posted by dj_saunter Quote
Got my first roll for Kodak Ektar 100 back. I like it! I'll be using this as my color film from now on I think.

Shot on my Program Plus [for sale in the marketplace ]
Upgraded to a Super Program, that 1/2000 shutter speed has already helped me a few times.
It's a nice film
I can imagine that 1/2000 shutter would be handy, with all that snow around!
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Foma 100, ES-II, probably the SMC Takumar 28/3.5

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money!
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Thanks Javier
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Tri-X, ES-II, SMC Takumar 50/1.4





Kodak Gold 400, Program Plus, Tamron Adaptall-2 01bb 24/2.5
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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
Thanks Colton. Yeah, Tri-X is nice at 1600 I have however learnt that you need to get the exposure pretty much spot on though, if you want the shots to turn out OK.
I just used Tmax developer, standard 1:9 @ 25C for 6 min 45 sec (off the top of my head). I'm thinking that if I developed it for longer with a more diluted developer that it might be a bit less contrasty... But I'm happy enough with the results.

Re: your shot posted - nice colours. I'm guessing that you're looking forward to Spring now? We are only just coming out of Summer here, it's been ridiculouslly hot.

Thanks Jason. Love the last 2 you posted.



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Tri-X, ES-II, SMC Takumar 50/1.4

Kodak Gold 400, Program Plus, Tamron Adaptall-2 01bb 24/2.5
Both great shots Jussi.



This is from a recent roll of Arista Premium 400.


Pentax MZ-L, FA 43/1.9 Ltd.

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Thanks Jason. Love the last 2 you posted.

Both great shots Jussi.

This is from a recent roll of Arista Premium 400.


Pentax MZ-L, FA 43/1.9 Ltd.
Thanks Colton! It's a nice film, like your shot too.

I need to correct an error in my post, my Tmax developer mix was the stock 1:4 not 1:9.
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Kodak Gold 400, Program Plus, Tamron Adaptall-2 01bb 24/2.5
I really like this one, Jussi.

...
Here's a little bit more of mine from the same roll of Tri-X at 1600.

Super Program, A50/1.2 at f/2.8, Tri-X at 1600



Super Program, A50/1.2 at f/2.8, Tri-X at 1600
Not sure if this will look appetising or not, but really it was!


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Jason, more great shots. What is the food item in the last one.



Here's another from the roll of AP400,


Pentax MZ-L, FA 43/1.9 Ltd. Arista Premium 400

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Nice shot with the doggie Colton, and thanks.

It is a burger at a local "fancy burger" restaurant. On the top are a series of onion rings, held in place by a bamboo skewer through the burger.
The perspective is a bit strange, so the onion rings look rather large whereas the burger down the bottom looks very flat. I admit to it being a bit self-gratuitous; I like the OOF grain and I liked eating the food I thought it was a fun image anyway. Probably not that flattering to the food however!
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A few fresh from the scanner from the last roll through the FED-2. All are Ferrania Solaris 100 (thank you Jussi) using the LZOS Jupiter-12 35/2.8 (also thank you Jussi!).


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Testing my Kiev 4A for light leaks using long expired (quite foggy) Delta 3200 @ 800. I had a bad light leak but I managed to use some leftover seal from my ME Super to make it light-tight again.

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