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Frame No. 37

Post that extra frame that you managed to squeeze out of your 135-36 film.


Here is mine, frame No37 from a BW400CN.


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good idea for a thread, and nice image! I don't have one of my own available, but I'll keep it in mind next roll...
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I keep getting 38 frames from each roll of 135-36 film (mostly Kodak and Ilford, bought in canisters, not bulk-loaded). But then, the first always is #0. So the 38th frame is #37. Which one do you want to see, #37 or the 37th?
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Great shot Pan. I'll dig into my archives and play..
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Sometimes the throwaways at the end turn out to be nicer than the ones you spent so much time on earlier on the roll.
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didn't bill pierce have a magazine column called the 37th frame?
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Most of my "37th Frames" end up looking like this. Or they're of my pants leg, the ground, etc. Or maybe these are the "0 Frames"; I don't know. Somewhere I have half a box of slides all from this same theme. I was going to do a whole show once I'd collected enough!

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from the end of he roll. cropped to square to eliminate the over exposed bit from bulk loading.

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I was going to ask if partial frames are ok, but since James broke the ice, I'll share. Most of my partial Frame #37s don't work out, but sometimes you get an unexpected surprise.

Nikon FM2n, Nikkor-S Auto 55mm f/1.2, ORWO N74+, developed in LegacyPro L110 at 1:31 for 6.5 minutes.


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Frame 37 from a film that sat in my Canon 7 from 2006 to 2013:

Canon 7, Jupiter-8, Tri-X 400TX @ EI1600 at 1/125 sec and f/8.
Developed in Calbe R09 1(7ml) + 50, 28.0 minutes, 20.4 degC towards 16 degC in the room.
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I keep getting 38 frames from each roll of 135-36 film (mostly Kodak and Ilford, bought in canisters, not bulk-loaded). But then, the first always is #0. So the 38th frame is #37. Which one do you want to see, #37 or the 37th?
could be better described as the last frame of a roll
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didn't bill pierce have a magazine column called the 37th frame?
maybe that was mike johnson and online...
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Post that extra frame that you managed to squeeze out of your 135-36 film.


Here is mine, frame No37 from a BW400CN.


Nice shot! I have akshully started
to deliberately rewind after 36 exp because I like to file the film in 6 rows of 6.
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Nice shot! I have akshully started
to deliberately rewind after 36 exp because I like to file the film in 6 rows of 6.

Funny you should say that - actually i do not have the negative of the picture i posted. The lab that developed the film cut it off as they gave me filed 6 rows of six negatives. Thankfuly i'd asked to have the film scanned so i have it on a CD and that is how i realised that it was frame No37.


After that i decided to learn how to develop them myself....
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Here we go. 37th frame of the first roll of Tri-X in my M6 with 50mm.
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37th with my ricoh ff70 - slowly becoming my favorite camera...
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