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Old 1 Week Ago   #1841
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The perfect subject for such a wide format, nicely done.
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Got a couple of pics with the 30mm, will work out how to link them from my Flickr upload. Be patient with this old fart.
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OK, slow learner, bordering on "thick", but seem to be getting there. The vertical shot is with the 45mm.


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Fuji G617, Kodak Portra:
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Beautiful colours gcap.
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Hello, One of mine with Hasselblad Xpan 45mm Ektar 100

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The perfect subject for such a wide format, nicely done.
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Your post initiated a page break on the forum, so not sure if that was in reference to the Dodge Coronet. But if so, thanks!
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Beautiful, gcap! I don't know how you get such saturated colors from Portra, maybe that's just how all Grecian landscapes look!
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Beautiful, gcap! I don't know how you get such saturated colors from Portra, maybe that's just how all Grecian landscapes look!
Thanks D. In post I have in mind how a slide would look and edit accordingly.
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Thanks D. In post I have in mind how a slide would look and edit accordingly.
Why don't you use slide film then?
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Why don't you use slide film then?
Perhaps film and processing costs/availability?
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Or the slightly more forgiving latitude of C-41, as opposed E6?
AND....... with results like he is getting, why muck with it, LOL.
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Why don't you use slide film then?
Mostly cost. I can develop C41 120 at 2 Euros a film when slide film costs minimum 8. I've tried self developing in the past but since there was no permanent space it was very difficult. I don't understand where the problem is....
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