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09-18-2011, 10:59 AM   #6151
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Cafe des 2 Moulins, Montmartre, Paris where "Amelie" worked in the film of the the same name. The cafe is pretty much unchanged from the film except that the beautiful Audrey Tautou (Amelie) doesn't work there anymore



ME Super, Tmax 400 in D-76



Canon Eos 3, Tmax 400 in D-76. Note the large Amelie poster at the rear.



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Gadley, your scans look very clean, how did you get them?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Vendee Quote
(Amelie) doesn't work there anymore
Heard she took off with a "biker"
Looks Fantastic Ven,great job. Dont know how you feel about it,but after using
D-76 to try for 4 stop push on some 100 legacy,think Im going to 'stick' to
Tmax(developer) for exposure index adjustments.Continue as always with
D-76 when "staying the course" at rated iso.

Trying to flatten some ektachrome 100G and 200,so I can get to scanning.
Let it dry too quick,really curled up.Little 'heavy' handed with film squeegee too.

Crazy looking grasshopper on ektachrome 100G. Tamron 52B(90mm F/2.5) 50mm extension(1:1). through ZX-L and AF200s. processed jobo CPE2 @ arista data. scanned epson V500
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Montmartre Cemetry, Paris
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ME Super, Tmax 400 in D-76

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The combination of Rollei Retro 80S film and the K17 fisheye's built-in orange filter is very dramatic! Shot using my LX.



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QuoteOriginally posted by BillM Quote
Heard she took off with a "biker"
Looks Fantastic Ven,great job. Dont know how you feel about it,but after using
D-76 to try for 4 stop push on some 100 legacy,think Im going to 'stick' to
Tmax(developer) for exposure index adjustments.Continue as always with
D-76 when "staying the course" at rated iso.

Trying to flatten some ektachrome 100G and 200,so I can get to scanning.
Let it dry too quick,really curled up.Little 'heavy' handed with film squeegee too.

Crazy looking grasshopper on ektachrome 100G. Tamron 52B(90mm F/2.5) 50mm extension(1:1). through ZX-L and AF200s. processed jobo CPE2 @ arista data. scanned epson V500
Great colour on the hopper Bill.

I've just started using Tmax developer myself but only for pushes to 1600 and above. Its just too expensive to be using for standard exposures and I think D-76 does a better job on Tri-x and Tmax film.

I don't ever squeegee my film anymore because the emulsion is so soft. I do my final rinse in demineralised water with a little rinse aid and the water just falls off.
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QuoteOriginally posted by womble Quote
The combination of Rollei Retro 80S film and the K17 fisheye's built-in orange filter is very dramatic! Shot using my LX.



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Great sky with that orange filter Kris. Must get round to trying that Retro 80s sometime.
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nice shots guys !

It's kind of fun to see picture of a place i know

Womble, i really like this effect, and i'm desperate to be penniless and (even worst) fish-eye-less !

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Kcobain I just asked them to scan my photos to disk in Boots...which is just a chemist. I was pretty pleased with how they did but I don't really have any thing to compare them to as I'm totally new to this.

I see you're in Romania so I'm not sure this is going to help you.

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Thanks Aurele, I'll be sure to try many different rolls of film. Yeah something is definitely missing from the sea shots, I'd say contrast to the sky, dunno.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Vendee Quote
What a time to run out of film
Ever in that 'fix' again,lemme know.Will have some airlifted ASAP.In meantime,you
stall her,mention that youngster's should'nt be scooting about without knee & elbow pads,
and helmet.'Git ya' up and running(fast) in no time flat.

QuoteOriginally posted by womble Quote
Rollei Retro 80S film and the K17 fisheye's built-in orange filter
WOW! Chris,thats fantastic

Able to scan few more somewhat flat chromes.
1-Stagger moth caterpillar,will leave a rash on some folks when touched.100 ektachrome 'g'.Same rig as #3
2-Mouning dove.through A*300/4 & 25mm extension tube,ZX-L.100 ektrachrome 'g'
3-Not sure what 'worms' 200 ektachrome.tamron 52B + 50mm ext(1:1) min. focus distance
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MZ-L, FA 43/1.9 Ltd. Provia 400F
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i love the Provia 400 color... its an expensive film too .. yours is F. .is that came before the X series, which fuji sell now..?

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K1000 | M 28 2.8 | ektar 100 | epson v330

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Few more from first roll

Just a few more from first roll of film on ME Super
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