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Dec 11, 2019 08:25 as a reply to  @ post 18973288 |  #2746

yes, set the camera at iso400. Hoped for the best, the focus is hit and miss on this camera with the 35-80mm lens. I took 4 rolls on this weekend trip to the City, I mostly set the camera to F8 and just tried to hold still in the more shaded areas, leaning on poles and walls helped.


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Dec 11, 2019 08:58 |  #2747

My father was a very accomplished Cleveland artist as well as high school art teacher and had a very productive career. I shot this in his make-shift garage studio back in 1975 using my old Mamiya C220 TLR, Kodak Tri-X Pan ASA 400 film, and likely the standard 80mm f/2.8 lens. The film would have been developed in Microdol-X. A couple of years ago I scanned the preserved negatives on my old Epson Perfection 1200PHOTO flat bed scanner. The results were some very nice 20MB TIFFs.


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Dec 11, 2019 10:28 |  #2748

This is another from my portrait series of dad in 1975. Again I was using 120 rolls of Tri-X pan at ASA 400, developed in Microdol-X, scanned on my 20 year old Epson Perfection 1200PHOTO flatbed scanner. This particular scanner dropped dead when I moved to Win7 some years back. However I was able to resurrect it when I purchased the scanner driver package from Hamrick Software. I can't say enough good about it. It works perfectly in Win10 and also runs my old Nikon Coolscan V ED slide scanner. - Stu


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Dec 11, 2019 14:14 |  #2749

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Canon EOS 630, Tri-X 400, ISO400, HC110 (B)

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Dec 12, 2019 07:45 |  #2750

NYC, Midtown, Canon EOS630, Tri-X 400, HC110(B)
This old EOS does a pretty good job, The lens is kinda hit and miss, but overall I'm happy. I still love my AE1P though. LOL
Scanned with Plustek 8200i

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Dec 14, 2019 01:30 |  #2751

We took one last vacation this week before the baby arrives in May. I shot a roll of Delta 100 with the Holga 120N. I'm really starting to like this camera. I made a few accidental double exposures. I just have to remember to keep track of my shots.

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Dec 14, 2019 04:46 as a reply to  @ Britania757's post |  #2752

Holgas look fun, especially in 120! Congrats too, by the way. :-)


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Dec 14, 2019 21:56 as a reply to  @ lucky7's post |  #2753

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Dec 18, 2019 18:39 |  #2754

I haven't developed color film at home for quite a few years now. I decided to give it a try today. Here are a couple of shots from a roll of Ektar 100.


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Dec 20, 2019 17:00 |  #2755

Nikon F3HP - Zeiss 35mm f2 ZF.2 - Portra 400 - Plustek 8200i

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Dec 21, 2019 08:17 |  #2756

Nice shots!

Going back to Mexico City in January for two weeks by myself so I will have a lot of time to shoot/explore. When I was there 8 months ago I took my X100F and Fuji GA645i, although I didn't get any spectacular shots. I was there with a friend from HS and it was a bit of a sh¡t show to say the very least. I blame the tequila, but there could be many factors...!

Fast forward to now, I am going by myself this trip. I was planning on leaving the big 6x4.5 GA645i at home in favor of my Minolta X-700. I can shoot a lot more and for cheaper! What lens do I bring though? 35mm 1.8 or 50mm 1.2? The X100F has a 35mm FL, so I am thinking the 50mm might be the winner this time around. Any thoughts on this?

I'll be shooting mostly Portra 400 (I've got 2 pro packs in the fridge) with a couple rolls of slide film and Tri-X.

I'm stressing about gear for the first time, lol. I would just pack two lenses, however, I am a carry-on only traveler. If it doesn't fit in my Domke F-5xc, it stays home.


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Dec 22, 2019 13:15 |  #2757

lucky7 wrote in post #18978463 (external link)
Fast forward to now, I am going by myself this trip. I was planning on leaving the big 6x4.5 GA645i at home in favor of my Minolta X-700. I can shoot a lot more and for cheaper! What lens do I bring though? 35mm 1.8 or 50mm 1.2? The X100F has a 35mm FL, so I am thinking the 50mm might be the winner this time around. Any thoughts on this?

I vote for the 50mm. Like you said you have the 35mm FL covered by the X100F, so that'll let you switch it up for the shots. I've also found with film every extra third or half stop of aperture helps when the light gets low. Also, if you want a photo with shallow depth of field it will be much easier with the 50mm than it will be with the 23mm on a crop sensor.


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Dec 22, 2019 16:20 |  #2758

Another vote for 50mm - it's just such a versatile focal length, and as Scott says, there's not much sense in doubling up with the same focal length as the X100. Between the 50/1.2 and pushing your Tri-X, shooting at night becomes very do-able.

I have a roll of pushed Tri-X on the go at the moment ready to head to the UK.

I've also finished scanning my backlog of photographs from September to early December. I'm going to switch to a more professional lab and have them handle my scanning from now on, and probably sell the V600 on now that it has fulfilled its duties of scanning the dozen or so rolls I had racked up.

I still need to go through and do dust removal on half my scans. This is from a roll in late November. I love these vans that you see in all rural Spanish towns, nipping up and down through tight, cobbled streets or up goat tracks at surprising speed. I was out my bike photographing the greenhouses and the rural landscape, and when I saw this Pueblo Van it made my day.


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Dec 22, 2019 16:55 |  #2759

I think I may just take the 50 1.2, though I am eyeballing the GA645 again, LOL.
Good point with pushing Tri-X, and I can do the same with Portra 400.


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Dec 22, 2019 19:33 |  #2760

Recently picked up a Yashica Mat LM. Some of the first shots I've taken with it. Portra 400

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