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03-11-2009, 08:40 PM   #76
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Olympus XA, Fuji Superia 200, f/11 i think.



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I love the workmanship of these...well done.
Thanks man!
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@Lithos: Which browser are you using? I've never run into one that does that before.

@jake.astig: I really like the colours in those bar shots. Who makes Solid Gold? I don't think it's one I've seen in Canada.
Don't know who makes Solid Gold 200. It's a cheap film that we have here in the Philippines. I get it for about 1 USD per roll of 36 shots.

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May very well be a re-labelled Chinese film.

Incidentally, I was in Target today, and noticed they were having a sale on Kodak Max and and Kodak Ultra Max...

...the Ultra Max cost $2 more, yet it's made in China, yet the Max is made in America. Of course, the Ultra max is more recent, which explains the price difference, but it's handy to know what Kodak have done with their consumer films division...
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I'm shooting Kodak Ultramax (made in USA). Pretty nice. Not the shots I put up. They are 35 years old. Probably ASA 100
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I just bought a 4 pack of ultramax 400 and 800. I do like the 400, but have not yet seen my results with the 800
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Removed offensive family snaps


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@jake.astig: That's a pretty nice price for a roll of cheap film. I used to be able to buy 5 packs of house brand 400 speed 24 exposure film at the grocery store for something like 8 or 9 dollars (if I'm remembering right), that's the cheapest I've seen film around here and that was back around 2001. Now I'm paying $5 to $7 a roll for most stuff locally.
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Some of my first results from my first roll that I have ever shot. Through my Spotmatic SP and Fuji Superia 100

Mike Cash's adjustments to one of mine:


These are my scans with "slight adjustments"









And Steinback's adjustment of one of mine:

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Mech, I had seen those before..Nice work I especially like the first
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Stuff from the 90s

3 shots on tmax 3200 (I love that stuff) and one shot from a paper negative
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I like that engine block shot, but maybe that's just because I got to spend some time in a transmission plant a few years ago. Ever seen a stack of 5000 transmissions? How about a warehouse with ~80,000 on shelves (if I'm remembering right)?
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Engine blocks

The blocks were waiting to be melted down and used to cast fire hydrants, valves etc. They were shot at Terminal City Ironworks in Vancouver in the mid 90s. They closed down a few years ago. Couldn't compete with offshore products. The round valve handles were wooden dies for making moulds (they used a sand casting process) and the guy in the bottom shot was getting ready to pour hot iron. The crane shot was made from the paper neg on the right. I love the grain in tmax 3200. Nothing like it in the digital world.
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Scanned tonight from an enlargement made about 1984. The original negative was Kodak Panatomic-X processed in Microdol 1:3. The subject is the base of Latourelle Falls in the Columbia River Gorge of Oregon. Taken with my Tamron 28/2.5 Adaptall-2 when it was still fairly new. I think the exposure was about 5 seconds.



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The original is a 11x14 print and had been selenium toned to yield a special depth that is hard to capture in the scanned image.

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