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Dec 20, 2017 09:34 |  #4111

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Good to edit a black and white image for a change. I edited the original in DxO PhotoLab, did the conversion in Nik Silver Efex, applied some dodging and burning in PS, and adjusted the contrast.

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Dec 21, 2017 22:22 |  #4114

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A little Escher action going on there. ;-)a


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Dec 21, 2017 22:37 |  #4115

Rebel Ti, 35mm f2 IS, Tri-X.

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Dec 22, 2017 05:53 |  #4116

lucky7 wrote in post #18523790 (external link)
Rebel Ti, 35mm f2 IS, Tri-X.

.....A Canon T1 shooting Tri-x? How does that work?


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Dec 22, 2017 06:22 |  #4117

Ti, aka 300v.

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Dec 22, 2017 06:51 |  #4118

lucky7 wrote in post #18523901 (external link)
Ti, aka 300v.

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Yep...............

for those who are curious enough to look...............go to the film cameras, it's near the bottom of the list

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Dec 22, 2017 07:17 |  #4119

I vaguely remember that Rebel Ti!

On a related topic, I am at the point now where I am ready to sell off all my 35mm SLR film cameras and lenses (I have a bunch, different brands) and only keep my two EOS film bodies. So if I want to shoot 35mm film I can use any of my EOS full frame lenses-I can cover the spectrum with those. For me with aging eyes I think I am over using my old manual focus cameras and lenses. The viewfinders just seem dark now! I have a few rangefinder 35's that I will hang on to.

I am also hanging on to my medium format cameras. Those seem easier to focus at least to me. I still have a Mamiya and a Rolleiflex. And I am lusting after one of those newer Fuji RF models.


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Dec 22, 2017 08:06 as a reply to  @ edmidlifecrisis's post |  #4120

This little Ti is a great little camera. Looks nearly brand new and is probably the best $7 I ever spent. It goes in my bag along with my Rebel G and 5d. Color film in the G, B&W in the Ti, and they all use the same lenses and flash.


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Dec 22, 2017 09:08 as a reply to  @ lucky7's post |  #4121

No kidding!

I know there was a digital Rebel T1 and T1i but I had no idea there was a film version.

Well, all righty then. :-)

Edit: I misread this....it's a T i not a T1. Ah.....the moment of revelation.  :p

........what a dope..


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Dec 22, 2017 11:15 |  #4122

edmidlifecrisis wrote in post #18523920 (external link)
I vaguely remember that Rebel Ti!

On a related topic, I am at the point now where I am ready to sell off all my 35mm SLR film cameras and lenses (I have a bunch, different brands) and only keep my two EOS film bodies. So if I want to shoot 35mm film I can use any of my EOS full frame lenses-I can cover the spectrum with those. For me with aging eyes I think I am over using my old manual focus cameras and lenses. The viewfinders just seem dark now! I have a few rangefinder 35's that I will hang on to.

I am also hanging on to my medium format cameras. Those seem easier to focus at least to me. I still have a Mamiya and a Rolleiflex. And I am lusting after one of those newer Fuji RF models.

My sentiments precisely! For some reason, I'd bought some old Nikon gear thinking I'd use the lenses with an adaptor on my Canon digital bodies and use the Nikon bodies for film.
...and with a few exceptions, they've spent nearly all the time on the shelf. I've been sorely tempted by the price on some of the medium format gear, lately, but have resolved to only go back to film for 4X5 or large format.


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Dec 22, 2017 11:53 |  #4123

Michael Rumsey wrote in post #18524023 (external link)
My sentiments precisely! For some reason, I'd bought some old Nikon gear thinking I'd use the lenses with an adaptor on my Canon digital bodies and use the Nikon bodies for film.
...and with a few exceptions, they've spent nearly all the time on the shelf. I've been sorely tempted by the price on some of the medium format gear, lately, but have resolved to only go back to film for 4X5 or large format.

I was using some of the film lenses from Canon, Nikon and Pentax (m42) with my mirrorless Sony A6000. It's fun to fool around with but there are only one or two of them that I would actually keep and use again, realistically. The rest are not worth the trouble now that I have some E mount lenses with AF.

Large format is pretty cool but I am not going there at the present time. I sold some of my medium stuff but kept one set (Mamiya) and my ancient Rolleiflex.


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Dec 22, 2017 11:59 |  #4124

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