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Old 04-04-2009   #81
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Old 04-04-2009   #82
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Old 04-04-2009   #83
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Chris!! beautiful roots! I'm always glad... ... to find another tree person! Thanks for posting that.

here's something from last night on Ocean Drive in Miami Beach



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I'm afraid I have nothing in my collection to match that!
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A couple of old Africa shots - I'm slowly working through these for a project at the moment. These are Blyde River Canyon in South Africa shot on Kodachrome 64 with my AE-1 either the 50 1.8 or 28 2.8 in 1995.

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Awesome shots everyone, love that last one of the boy and flower.

Here are a few recent...


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rbsinto those are great. I especially like the first one.

Also, thanks to everyone to posting and keeping this going.
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F3HP / Tri-X


F3HP/24.2.8/Tri-X



F3HP/28.2.0/Tri-X



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Old 04-18-2009   #91
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Old 04-19-2009   #92
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Love other films though I do, I don't think anything will ever fully replace Tri-X for me. It just has that look.
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All taken on a D200 with either 50mm Nikkor or 10-20mm Sigma.











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Ooh, pretty. I like all of them. The expression on the kids face is great.
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Some shots from a roll of Kodak BW400CN I put through my Praktica MTL-50 with a freshly acquired Industar-61 L/Z lens; yes the white specs are dirt on the scanner









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All taken on a D200 with either 50mm Nikkor or 10-20mm Sigma.


are you using actions in ps to get these nice film colours?
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Old 04-21-2009   #101
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"are you using actions in ps to get these nice film colours?
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Nope, I just faff with the wiggly lines in Lightroom. I've tried presets but they always seem to harsh.
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Old 04-21-2009   #102
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Old 04-25-2009   #103
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Old 04-25-2009   #104
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Why so much noise? What am I doing wrong?
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Why so much noise? What am I doing wrong?

Shot with a Nikon FM3a w/ CV 40mm lens. Shot at F2.8 @ 1/60 speed with Kodak Portra VC400 ISO
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I guess the aperture preferred fooled me.
It was that brightly lit area in the background, it threw off the meter and caused the foreground, where the people were, to be underexposed. For tricky lighting like that, manual exposure is best. Take a reading off the desktops and maybe give a stop more than that indicates since the people are wearing black (if you accidently overexpose a bit, it is ok with color neg film, it can tolerate a LOT of overexposure, but no underexposure).
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What lens did you use? i like the look of the background. The kid is cute too
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I used the not very loved Rolleiflex SL35e + 50mm f1.8 Planar + ilford Fp4+ @ 400 on HC-110 (20min).
I simply love the bokeh Fp4 at 400 was a mistake, I thought I had HP5 inside camera... results were usable...
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I use SLR for just about anything, although since i've gotten an m6, I rarely use my SLR for film (I only shoot B&W film anyways)... Film is pretty much for my personal stuff, things that won't get developed for a month or so...

Digital is pretty much my SLR work and I use it for everything the newspaper needs since they need it tonight. Clients want it by tomorrow night. I want to be able to tell whether I got the shot right now... SLR is a requirement for fast action sports, although so often I just hate the mirror coming up and blocking the view on my peak action shot. No RF can match an SLR for fps and long lens'.

Flash is also much superior on SLR since they offer a more comprehensive metering system. DSLR are also my got-to when it comes to very poor light. When I'm down to 1/20th of a sec wide open... I know I'm gona have to push the ISO. Film isn't versatile enough, I can't hae one shot at 1600 and the next at 400 and the next 15 shots at 3200; the noise in digital, although ugly, doesn't show up at all when printed on newspaper ultrabrite paper.

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