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08-02-2013, 10:17 AM - 1 Like   #8506
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Another MF horse shot...



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1/125th @ f/2.4
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08-02-2013, 03:44 PM   #8507
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ME Super + SMC P-K 35mm f3.5 I think it was wide open at ~ 1/500
Fujifilm Pro 400 H commercially processed
Scanned on Epson Perfection V500 and resized in LR4


08-03-2013, 11:28 AM - 1 Like   #8508
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The scans are cheap lowres crap, unfortunately.
No processing or cropping.

Kodak BW400CN, f/2:


Fuji Superia 400, f/?:


I've posted the complete set over here.


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The Canal shots in B&W are really great viewing... Almost looks like a toy or a scale model.

08-03-2013, 02:01 PM   #8510
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QuoteOriginally posted by mattt Quote
The Canal shots in B&W are really great viewing... Almost looks like a toy or a scale model.
So what does this look like to you? (it's the scale model)


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08-08-2013, 02:05 PM   #8512
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I posted this years ago (2010), but I rescanned it today using my Scan Dual IV.
I'm very happy with my V500 but the Scan Dual IV definitely squeezes more out of a 35mm slide. Kodachrome has such a great color palette.


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@Colton, your stuff is always worth a second look. Kudos to you for refining your scanning practice. For 4X6s, I'm happy with what I get from my lab; it enables me to share on the web and get a sense of what something will look like larger. If I decide on an enlargement, they rescan. The scanning is the weak link in my work flow here at home.

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QuoteOriginally posted by KJon Quote
@Colton, your stuff is always worth a second look. Kudos to you for refining your scanning practice. For 4X6s, I'm happy with what I get from my lab; it enables me to share on the web and get a sense of what something will look like larger. If I decide on an enlargement, they rescan. The scanning is the weak link in my work flow here at home.

Best,
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Thanks Kevin.
For the amount of film I've shot, there's no way I could have afforded lab scans
My V500 is great for most stuff but I have a 35mm image that I might print 12x18 for an upcoming show so I pulled out my Scan Dual and now I'm going through my old negs and re-scanning my favorites.
Here's another Kodachrome shot from 2010.

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Nice images Colton. I really like your film shots, and this is a good one.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
I posted this years ago (2010), but I rescanned it today using my Scan Dual IV.
I'm very happy with my V500 but the Scan Dual IV definitely squeezes more out of a 35mm slide. Kodachrome has such a great color palette.


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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Thanks Kevin.
For the amount of film I've shot, there's no way I could have afforded lab scans
My V500 is great for most stuff but I have a 35mm image that I might print 12x18 for an upcoming show so I pulled out my Scan Dual and now I'm going through my old negs and re-scanning my favorites.
Here's another Kodachrome shot from 2010.

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Nice shots Colton. Iím assuming the first is Crater Lake?

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QuoteOriginally posted by Jacquot Quote
Nice images Colton. I really like your film shots, and this is a good one.
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Thanks David.

QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
Nice shots Colton. Iím assuming the first is Crater Lake?

Phil.
Thanks Phil, yes that is Crater Lake.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
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Love those Kodachromes so clean of grain. I have just shot some Fuji 400 with a 1958 Kodak Retinette 11B (f2.8 Sneider Reomar lens) shown below, but they don't match the Kodachrome 10 I shot back in the early sixties.

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This thread has seen a lot of NYC already, but this was my first visit. KX with 55/1.8 and Fuji Sensia 200 slide film. Scanning at home with Epson 4990 (I'm getting better with this, but still can't get good shadow detail like I see on the slides, and flare around high-contrast edges can get pretty bad).














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QuoteOriginally posted by frankfrank Quote
This thread has seen a lot of NYC already, but this was my first visit. KX with 55/1.8 and Fuji Sensia 200 slide film. Scanning at home with Epson 4990 (I'm getting better with this, but still can't get good shadow detail like I see on the slides, and flare around high-contrast edges can get pretty bad).














Very nice. I love seeing how non-New Yorkers see the City. And New Yorkers too...
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