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06-01-2009, 10:37 PM   #706
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I'm in permanent film test mode I think. Ran a couple rolls of Ilford Delta 100 this weekend and processed them in HC-110 dilution H @ 10min.

1st two made with superProgram & M135/3.5

[imgwideleft]http://www.perzactly.com/posts/2009/06/02/super_20090531_18.jpg[/imgwideleft]

[imgwideleft]http://www.perzactly.com/posts/2009/06/02/super_20090531_13.jpg[/imgwideleft]


Next two made with PZ-1 & FA28-105/4-5.6 (power zoom) ...

[imgwideleft]http://www.perzactly.com/posts/2009/06/02/pz1_20090531_13.jpg[/imgwideleft]

[imgwideleft]http://www.perzactly.com/posts/2009/06/02/pz1_20090531_04.jpg[/imgwideleft]

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I've been following this thread for a while and it encouraged me to try film again. It is quite a steep learning curve again for me, partly because I missed the convenience on instant review; But OTOH, it teaches me to be more patient before pressing the shutter button.

Here is the first roll from Kodak UltraMax 400 taken by ProgramPlus & M28/2.8, developed at Sam's Club.

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Botanical Garden Entrance



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Rose Garden


#3



Bridge at Japanese Garden


I don't retouch the pictures except correcting the horizon level. I feel that the UltraMax 400 gives to much greenish color on the pictures or maybe they are underexposed?
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QuoteOriginally posted by MC25 Quote
Gorgeous, it looks so peaceful there.



Very nice. Is this stanley park?



^ 2 great sets from some Vancouver photographers.
I am from vancouver as well, I think id like to go down to stanley park with my new film camera and get some shots on a nice day.
Thank you.
No it is Barnet Marine Park in Burnaby.
My favorite spot as I can walk my dog off leash and take photos.

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06-02-2009, 02:33 PM   #709
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More Fomapan 400 pushed to 1000 in Amaloco AM74:









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[imgwideleft]http://www.perzactly.com/posts/2009/06/02/pz1_20090531_13.jpg[/imgwideleft]
This is awesome!. This is a print and hang on the wall photo.
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Agnostic, You are amazing me.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Agnostic Quote
More Fomapan 400 pushed to 1000 in Amaloco AM74:
That is just such a nice series along with the one previously posted.

Cheers,

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I'm getting a tank, soon. XP2, BW400CN, yeah right, they don't have the latitude real film has. I mean, you shoot them just right and they are excellent, but they fall apart as soon as you're under or over by a bit.

Damn nice B&W work, guys.

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Agnostic,

Great shots. Very "moody". Amazing gallery!

The light is with you.

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Agnostic,

That laundromat shot is simply grim. At first I couldn't figure out the setting. I thought maybe it was some sort of church...

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This is awesome!. This is a print and hang on the wall photo.
Thank you, Javier. There's a little motion blur (or perhaps slightly oof) but it's one of the better from that roll. I was showing the wife the scans the other night and when that one came up her words were something like "and now we're back to 1950"
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me super, m40f/2.8, fuji 800
China Town






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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
Agnostic, You are amazing me.
QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
That is just such a nice series along with the one previously posted.

Cheers,

Luc
QuoteOriginally posted by Banjo Quote
Agnostic,

Great shots. Very "moody". Amazing gallery!

The light is with you.
QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
Agnostic,

That laundromat shot is simply grim. At first I couldn't figure out the setting. I thought maybe it was some sort of church...

Steve
Thanks a lot guys! I'm really enjoying shooting in the evening, and I'm very happy with the results I get from pushing Fomapan 400.

I like the Chinatown shots jg, but boy, is that fuji 800 grainy!

And a few more pushed Fomapan. ( I can't stop)






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Taken in Pisa, Italy, and nearby Lucca. The film was Sensia 200.
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I like the Chinatown shots jg, but boy, is that fuji 800 grainy!
Thanks. I said as much earlier about the grain of that Fuji 800. There are a few images on that roll that i like, but don't like the grain and am going to try and save them, though it does not look good. My PP skills are not good. I think I will stick with 200 or 400 speed films while out on sunny days. Still I had to try it.

The Kodak UltraMax does very well in sunny conditions though.
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