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10-13-2014, 08:47 PM - 2 Likes   #10171
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Leica M3 + Jupiter 12 + Kodak Ultramax.

Today I would use Ektar or Portra, the colours with the Ultramax and Kodak Gold are too washed out for my taste.
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Nice light!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Cuthbert Quote

Leica M3 + Jupiter 12 + Kodak Ultramax.

Today I would use Ektar or Portra, the colours with the Ultramax and Kodak Gold are too washed out for my taste.
Like the reflections!

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Shot in Brussels last summer with my Yashica Electro 35 GS. Some more shots from the same roll show this blue band through the left side, but not all. Could that still be a light leak?

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Nice light!
Thanks David.

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Shot in Brussels last summer with my Yashica Electro 35 GS. Some more shots from the same roll show this blue band through the left side, but not all. Could that still be a light leak?

Great colors and composition.
It could be flare, but is more likely a leak.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Lauke_101 Quote
Shot in Brussels last summer with my Yashica Electro 35 GS. Some more shots from the same roll show this blue band through the left side, but not all. Could that still be a light leak?

Nice shot:
How were these scanned? Better question - does the streak show up on the negative?
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cross-posted on Medium Format section...

PENTAX 67II + 105mm, Fujifilm Pro 400h.

morning light, on Appalachian Trail, Maryland section.



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cross-posted on Medium Format section...

PENTAX 67II + 105mm, Fujifilm Pro 400h.

morning light, on Appalachian Trail, Maryland section.
Every shot I see you post from your 67 is beautiful... Makes me tempted to pick up one...

...And I was going to upload some scans of my film I'd developed myself, but it would appear that my $2.50 garage sale scanner (Epson 2400) has died.... Time to save up for a v600/700...
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That is a nice shot Colton. I always love browsing through these galleries and your shots are one of the reasons that it is so enjoyable. I shoot mostly B&W but some of you shots are making me want to shoot some slides or some ektar.
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Nice shot:
How were these scanned? Better question - does the streak show up on the negative?
Took a closer look at the negatives and yes, it does show up all the way through to the sprocket holes. But on the entire roll, there's only 5 streaks and their locations are not related to longer intervals between those frames.

Oh well, I haven't replaced the seals yet so that is probably the culprit.
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QuoteOriginally posted by SpartanD63 Quote
Every shot I see you post from your 67 is beautiful... Makes me tempted to pick up one...

...And I was going to upload some scans of my film I'd developed myself, but it would appear that my $2.50 garage sale scanner (Epson 2400) has died.... Time to save up for a v600/700...
Thanks.

btw, check out Epson webstore... from time to time they have really good deal on refurbished scanner, with great discount and free shipping.

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another P67II+105mm... Fuji Pro 400H.

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another P67II+105mm... Fuji Pro 400H.
Very nice shots - as others have said - your images from that camera are very appealing, however, to me they are slightly on the overexposed (during PP perhaps ) side. I know this is intentional and can be appealing, but my question is about printing - how do they print or di you process them differently to print ? I have the feeling that printed like that would look somehow washed out , no ?

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Thanks.
another P67II+105mm... Fuji Pro 400H.
I also really like the slightly overexposed results on both of these. Your online images are something to be very proud of!
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QuoteOriginally posted by manntax Quote
Very nice shots - as others have said - your images from that camera are very appealing, however, to me they are slightly on the overexposed (during PP perhaps ) side. I know this is intentional and can be appealing, but my question is about printing - how do they print or di you process them differently to print ? I have the feeling that printed like that would look somehow washed out , no ?

Thanks
Thanks for the comment! I personally at a stage to experiment those 'overexposed' look (like those typically seen in film wedding photo) but apparently still learning and not quite there.
Printing is always a issue, different lab print differently and only few left that print directly from negatives (in this case my images turn out fine, and actually some still underexposed, in my opinion)... and those that I send digital file to print varied even greatly from store to store... I guess if I want to print large, I will have to stick with one lab and adjust my image according to that lab.

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I also really like the slightly overexposed results on both of these. Your online images are something to be very proud of!
Thanks for the kind words! Still learning and figuring this out (lab, scanning, etc.), this is my 17th roll of 120 film.
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