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Nov 26, 2016 22:15 |  #4696

Mamiya RB67; Sekor C 50mm f4.5; Delta 400/D76

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Nov 26, 2016 22:20 |  #4697

Took these right after sunrise a few days ago.
Canon AE1; Vivitar 28mm f2.0 Wide angle/Close Focus; Delta 3200/Ilford Microphen

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Nov 26, 2016 23:08 |  #4698

Nikon N6006 & HP-5, scanned with V600 and cleaned up a bit in Photoshop


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Nov 28, 2016 02:42 |  #4699

Just thought i would add a couple of shots from my first 2 rolls of 35mm


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Nov 28, 2016 19:27 |  #4700

Old roll of Fuficolor 200 developed with D76, soaked for 15 min.


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Nov 28, 2016 19:48 |  #4701
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Well, I brought up this issue in some other thread, but I think it belongs here.

Shot my first roll of Ektar some months ago and it was somehow damaged. The lab people actually were wondering if it was old film, but no, it wasn't. Brand new, from a reputable dealer; and I saw the clerk tear open the celophane wrap the pack of Ektar rolls had come in. We were also wondering whether it was due to heat damage, but I don't think the hour or less that the camera sat inside the car under full summer sun did it.

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Those are just three samples, but the whole roll is, well, shot (pun intended). Not all the photos are that bad, but the band is indeed there. It's more obvious in shots that are underexposed or in which darks predominate (yeah, the light band atop the fireworks wasn't clear sky). And here we were thinking that only Canon has problems with banding. :rolleyes:  :p

In that other thread I was wondering about X-raying done by couriers or customs possibly damaging film, and a forum member linked to this: https://www.kodak.com …service/tib/tib​5201.shtml (external link)

Is it indeed X-ray damage what happened to that roll of Ektar?


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Nov 28, 2016 21:25 |  #4702

Interesting. Can you see fogging on the rebate/edges of the film?

Don't give up on Ektar, it's a great film.




  
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Nov 28, 2016 22:41 |  #4703
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Interesting. Can you see fogging on the rebate/edges of the film?

Don't give up on Ektar, it's a great film.

I don't see fogging on the holes area, but the fog runs all through the film: its fuzzy edge starts just below the holes band. It's present even in the unexposed interstices between frames.

I shot another roll of Ektar after that problematic one and it didn't have any fogging. Still not impressed with the photos, though. Maybe it's my camera. :(

Also, scanning colour film with Epson scan is a major pain in the rear: you can't save presets and getting consistent colours is essentially impossible, the hues are all over the place. Got a trial version of Silverfast SE and am putting it through its paces. Looks promising; unfortunately, I'm too busy right now to dedicate too much time to film scanning.


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Nov 29, 2016 02:46 |  #4704

I was a bit dissapointed to see my shots from a recent roll of film had a TERRIBLE green hue, seemed that all the shaddows / blacks were tinted.


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Nov 29, 2016 04:19 |  #4705

Just picked up a little yashica 35. I put a flash on and had to guesstimate the GN. The self timer works good. This is a self portrait , NOT a selfie, Ha. Kodak 400, epsomv600 scan. Loving getting back to film. Better brush up on my dusting.


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Nov 29, 2016 04:21 |  #4706

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Nov 29, 2016 04:43 |  #4707

Olympus OM-2n with Zuiko 50mm f1.4 and Fuji 1600 ASA film


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Nov 29, 2016 23:02 |  #4708

Anyone fixed their film before developing? Man this sucks.....guess I need some adult supervision on the next batch..... nice pretty clear roll of nothing vmad


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urbanfreestyle wrote in post #18197746 (external link)
I was a bit dissapointed to see my shots from a recent roll of film had a TERRIBLE green hue, seemed that all the shaddows / blacks were tinted.

What kinda film? Did you develop it yourself or did a lab do so?


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Nov 30, 2016 02:54 |  #4710

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What kinda film? Did you develop it yourself or did a lab do so?

Hi there, It was fujifilm Superia Xtra 400 and developed by a lab. The negs don't look too bad to the naked eye. but the images on disk are really bad. I will see if i can post an original tonight so people can see...


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