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Sep 04, 2014 22:51 |  #1411

4x5 Ektar 100 developed at 30C instead of 38C since I was getting weird color-shifts at high temp

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Sep 05, 2014 08:10 |  #1412

@Edge 100, the light there is so gorgeous
@taemo simly stunning..
I guess you used filter in the 3rd one?


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Sep 05, 2014 10:23 |  #1413

thanks!
yes I used a dark red filter, I love how it turns the sky really dark.


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Sep 05, 2014 11:09 |  #1414

'Coal Harbour Morning'
Mamiya 7 | 150 f/4.5 | Provia 100F

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Sep 05, 2014 20:50 |  #1415

Mamiya 7 | 150 f/4.5 | Provia 100F

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Sep 08, 2014 01:30 |  #1416

hey edge100, do you develop your provia by yourself? if you do, where do you buy your e6 kit?


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Sep 08, 2014 08:12 |  #1417

taemo wrote in post #17136464 (external link)
4x5 Ektar 100 developed at 30C instead of 38C since I was getting weird color-shifts at high temp
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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/oMHK​A7  (external link)
Pyramid Lake Dock 2 (external link) by earl.dieta (external link), on Flickr

one of my 4x5 B&W for my Canadian Rockies project
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Pyramid Lake (1) (external link) by earl.dieta (external link), on Flickr

and couldn't resist stopping by to get this shot on my way to work
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Edson (2) (external link) by earl.dieta (external link), on Flickr

Gorgeous.

My first 4x5 camera (a Wista VX and 135 APO-Symmar) is on its way to me now. Can't wait to jump into LF.


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Sep 08, 2014 08:22 |  #1418

taemo wrote in post #17141552 (external link)
hey edge100, do you develop your provia by yourself? if you do, where do you buy your e6 kit?

Yes. I buy the kits from fotoimpex.de. You can also get them from Beau Photo in Vancouver, but they have limited stock and tend to be a bit pricier (though you'll get the chems faster).


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Sep 08, 2014 09:20 |  #1419

Thanks for the site, I think I might be buying a couple of stuff from there, E-6 & C-41 kits and random Jobo parts!

I called Beau and their prices seemed outrageous, Arista E-6 1L kit I think was around $80, I see Freestyle in LA sells E-6 1L kits for under $30 but I don't know if they will ship those to Canada. Will check shortly.

How are you going to develop E-6? If you haven't got a MOD54 yet, I have one that I'll sell for $40.
Used it only once but now I'm using a JOBO.

If you're looking into getting a roller on the cheap, I recommend getting a Uniroller, a Jobo 2500 tank and couple of reels. You'll be able to do 35/120/4x5 for under $400
Actually just bought a uniroller on ebay for $60 last night as back-up in case my Jobo CPE2+ dies

and congrats on your Vista, gorgeous camera and 135mm is a good focal length to start with!
can't wait to see your scans later on!

PS. I'm liking developing C-41 and E-6 at 30C instead of 38C, longer time but atleast I don't have to worry about temp much, also I was getting color shifts at 38C with my 4x5 sheets


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Sep 08, 2014 09:34 |  #1420

taemo wrote in post #17142002 (external link)
Thanks for the site, I think I might be buying a couple of stuff from there, E-6 & C-41 kits and random Jobo parts!

I called Beau and their prices seemed outrageous, Arista E-6 1L kit I think was around $80, I see Freestyle in LA sells E-6 1L kits for under $30 but I don't know if they will ship those to Canada. Will check shortly.

How are you going to develop E-6? If you haven't got a MOD54 yet, I have one that I'll sell for $40.
Used it only once but now I'm using a JOBO.

If you're looking into getting a roller on the cheap, I recommend getting a Uniroller, a Jobo 2500 tank and couple of reels. You'll be able to do 35/120/4x5 for under $400
Actually just bought a uniroller on ebay for $60 last night as back-up in case my Jobo CPE2+ dies

and congrats on your Vista, gorgeous camera and 135mm is a good focal length to start with!
can't wait to see your scans later on!

PS. I'm liking developing C-41 and E-6 at 30C instead of 38C, longer time but atleast I don't have to worry about temp much, also I was getting color shifts at 38C with my 4x5 sheets

Beau Photo is ok IF you buy the 5L kit. Then it works out to about $3/roll.

HOWEVER...the 5L kit, once opened, has a 24 week shelf life. 5L is good for 60 rolls (12 rolls/L), so you've got to time it out just right. From fotoimpex, I buy multiple 1L kits. This increases the cost a bit, but I can open just one kit and then use what is needed without spoiling the rest.

The other option is David Nardi at e6it.ca. He does a GREAT job (he's local to me and I've met him a few times...great guy).

I bought a MOD54 from B&H...will have to see how that goes.


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Sep 09, 2014 11:04 |  #1421

My "LF learning" camera. Calumet View 4x5.
Caltar 165 6.3 lens.

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I'm trying to get at least one usable image from it :), but a lot to learn, before I'll be able to get one. vmad

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Sep 09, 2014 12:33 |  #1422

Funnily enough, I've been thinking of getting a 4x5 camera for landscapes as well...

One from the M3:

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Sep 09, 2014 12:58 |  #1423

do it!
I think it will suit your B&W work nicely!

nice selective focus kf095, that's something I havent tried yet.


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Sep 09, 2014 13:11 as a reply to  @ taemo's post |  #1424

Thanks! :)
I googled how to make miniature effect with LF.
Front lens tilt, wide aperture and camera is on higher position (looking down).
But I'm having hard times to see what is on the edges of focusing screen.


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Sep 09, 2014 13:20 |  #1425

yeah corners are hard to look for me too, especially with my 90mm f/8 lens which is why I would rather shoot with my 210mm f/5.6 haha

are you using a loupe and dark cloth?


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