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05-17-2014, 07:33 AM   #9541
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nuff Quote
Possible, I just checked tapatalk on my phone and it showed fine.
I'm using my home laptop and do not see any pictures.

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05-17-2014, 08:06 AM   #9542
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The privacy settings may be at fault on the flickr photos
05-17-2014, 10:33 AM   #9543
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I can't see them either.

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05-17-2014, 10:42 AM   #9544
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I've finally gotten around to making a rig to use to use my K200D to scan negatives. It's made of an old shoe-box and uses the Lomo Digitalizas to hold the negatives. I've recently scanned a lot of colour stuff with the V500 and am in the process of developing, flattening and scanning my backlog of B&W. B&W is a good place to start with this method because I won't have to face the orange mask.

I'm sure I'll get faster and better at using this method, but I'm very happy with the initial results - they're much, much sharper than those from my V500. These are from Fomapan 100 in 135, shot in the KX (with the K50/1.4, I think). I used an EXIF-stripper but annoyingly it hasn't stripped everything, the files still show that they were taken with a K200D. Ideally I'd like to strip all metadata and add the film camera name. If anyone can recommend a program to do that, it would be appreciated.







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Ideally I'd like to strip all metadata and add the film camera name. If anyone can recommend a program to do that,
use exiftool on command line like this:

# exiftool -all='' -comment='PentaxMX_4ever' WombatTotoChip.jpg
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
I can't see them either.
To add to the chorus..."Nothin' to see here folks, just move on..."*


Steve

* The link works fine for click-through though.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
I can't see them either.

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Iris par Daiku San, on ipernity
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Nice the vase and the flowers go well together.

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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
To add to the chorus..."Nothin' to see here folks, just move on..."*


Steve

* The link works fine for click-through though.
I think it's just Flickr stuff up, the pics are set to public, I have tried it on every device and browser I have Chrome, Safari, FF (I don't have IE) and it works. I just pasted the BBCode from flickr too, used to always work before.

Here's the more painful way of getting the IMG urls out... Hopefully this works?







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QuoteOriginally posted by Nuff Quote
I think it's just Flickr stuff up, the pics are set to public, I have tried it on every device and browser I have Chrome, Safari, FF (I don't have IE) and it works. I just pasted the BBCode from flickr too, used to always work before.

Here's the more painful way of getting the IMG urls out... Hopefully this works?




Yep they show up now, the shots look good!

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Yep they show up now, the shots look good!



Phil.

Thanks! I hope the old method works next time. It's a lot faster

And thanks for the complement, I'm starting to like film grain a lot more lately. I wish delta 3200 was a lot cheaper so I could experiment with more developers.
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I can't see them either.

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Really like this one.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nuff Quote
Thanks! I hope the old method works next time. It's a lot faster

And thanks for the complement, I'm starting to like film grain a lot more lately. I wish delta 3200 was a lot cheaper so I could experiment with more developers.
I have only used Delta 3200 once at 1000 ISO. I do like your results at 6400, so I'll have to try it again at a higher ISO.

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Here's my contribution - x-posted from people's and their cameras
My youngest one is into cameras from early on - here's at 2yr old with an old MZ-M :P - captured with my Kiev 4a - and Portra 400 I think - slow time 1/15th of a sec so slightly not sharp since he's moved - but that's one of my favoured shots of him - that old lens can really render beautifully on that film ! - sorry for totally not processed just scanned



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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
I have only used Delta 3200 once at 1000 ISO. I do like your results at 6400, so I'll have to try it again at a higher ISO.



Phil.

I used it it fair bit in 120, but it's the first time I'm using it in 35mm. I should have been more clear, it was exposed at 3200 and developed at 6400. To be even more accurate, I took one reading using my meter in the room which had various bright and dark parts and used that all night.

If you look at my Flickr, you will see the less grainy photos are from the brighter areas and very grainy from brighter ones.

Also ddx gives finer grain, like xtol. I wonder what the results would look like if done in something like rodinal, although it's not that great for getting the shadow detail I wanted.
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