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08-09-2012, 06:44 AM   #7261
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More Fuji Pro 400H (at 200) in Segovia. For a few of these I remember the lens used, for the others I don't. I've quickly become too lazy to take notes.

M 85mm f/2


K 28mm f/3.5






K 28mm f/3.5


08-09-2012, 08:09 AM   #7262
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70' Camaro it was.

Found one more:
K-1000 Helios 44 58mm/f2 and film Kodak Gold 200
08-09-2012, 12:43 PM   #7263
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ME, K24/2.8, RVP50
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QuoteOriginally posted by sm. pelle Quote
70' Camaro it was.

Found one more:
K-1000 Helios 44 58mm/f2 and film Kodak Gold 200
Yea Fred and I were correct, it was a 70' Camaro! I had a 78' and 84' Z28, but the body style was not as nice as the older ones. Too much plastic and not enough chrome.

Phil.

08-10-2012, 04:14 PM   #7265
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a couple on superia from a test roll on my SF1

with the DA35 2.4 @ 2.4 not a great shot but the lens seems fine on ff




and with the smc super tak 55 1.8 @ or about 1.8




last with the tak 135 3.5 @ 3.5




I like the camera, wish it had the wheels the z1 has but then for $18 beggars can't be choosers
08-11-2012, 04:47 AM   #7266
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I finally finished my first roll of Velvia 50 slide film and just recently got the results from Dwayne's. Of course, I messed up many of them with unwanted vignetting because I used the wrong hood for the lens (another lesson learned the hard way). What follows are cropped from the originals (Shot with the K2 and scanned by me with the 9000F). And on a whim, I also converted them to black and white.

Cadillac, K24/2.8, polarizing filter


converted to B&W in PSE8


Cadillac, K24/2.8, polarizing filter


converted to B&W in PSE8


Late 40's Chevy, M50/1.4, 81A filter


Converted to black & white


Late 40's Chevy, M50/1.4, 81A filter


Converted to black & white
08-11-2012, 09:05 AM   #7267
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From a few years ago, Retina IIa, I forget the film
08-11-2012, 09:34 AM   #7268
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More RVP50:



ME K24/2.8, f/8(?). RVP50 @ ISO 50

08-11-2012, 06:21 PM   #7269
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@Nesster re "Self-Portrait", Subtle. Very Subtle. Major points for clever on this one. (And it almost makes me want to dust off my Retina IIa and run a roll of film through it. Almost).

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08-12-2012, 01:57 AM   #7270
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Long expired Fuji velvia RVP50, underexposed some but they still turned out ok
Pentax ME-Super with Pentax K 28 f/3.5

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hey guys i had a question about expired film. what are some of the results of using expired film. i just took a vacation and got my film back. one of the rolls has a SERIOUS blue tint to it. the skys are completely saturated and the contrast might be pretty messed up too. i honestly dont even know if the film was expired or not. or i heard the same results can also occur if the lab used auto color correction when the scanned the negatives. any ideas? i will put up an example or two later. thanks.
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QuoteOriginally posted by wehavenowaves! Quote
hey guys i had a question about expired film. what are some of the results of using expired film. i just took a vacation and got my film back. one of the rolls has a SERIOUS blue tint to it. the skys are completely saturated and the contrast might be pretty messed up too. i honestly dont even know if the film was expired or not. or i heard the same results can also occur if the lab used auto color correction when the scanned the negatives. any ideas? i will put up an example or two later. thanks.
If the negatives look ok then it's a scanning error.
If the negatives have a colour shift then it can be due to expired film or maybe they messed up the temperature of one of the liquids used during development .
Just my two cents
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here are some examples of my messed up shots. i tried to compare some of the negatives. ***i have no idea how to "read" a negative*** the negatives look somewhat similar. perhaps a bit different from another roll. i guess its worth noting that some of the exposures were worse that others. most of them if i just tuned the contrast and saturation down, came to bit of a more nuetral tone. ideas???
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QuoteOriginally posted by wehavenowaves! Quote
here are some examples of my messed up shots. i tried to compare some of the negatives. ***i have no idea how to "read" a negative*** the negatives look somewhat similar. perhaps a bit different from another roll. i guess its worth noting that some of the exposures were worse that others. most of them if i just tuned the contrast and saturation down, came to bit of a more nuetral tone. ideas???
It could be color shift of the film, but even so, I would think that with proper scanning, you should get better results. I've shot some very expired film and never had anything come out like that.
How was it scanned?
It could maybe have been developed wrong. What kind of film? Was it slide film by chance? It almost looks cross-processed.


I hope you don't mind, I saved one of your images and did a quick edit to it.

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08-13-2012, 04:04 PM   #7275
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I finally got through scanning my B&W from Yosemite so today I started scanning a 120 roll of Provia 100 that I shot a month ago.

Pentax 67, SMC Pentax 67 90/2.8, Fujichrome Provia 100
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