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Mar 02, 2015 08:11 as a reply to  @ post 17456549 |  #1726

Edge- love the first one. The colors are so beautiful, too.


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Mar 02, 2015 08:12 as a reply to  @ edmidlifecrisis's post |  #1727

Thanks. The colours that slide film gives you just can't be had any other way. It's a shame that reversal film has become so scarce.


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Mar 02, 2015 08:18 |  #1728

Hasselblad 500c/m - 80 f/2.8 Planar - Portra 400

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Mar 02, 2015 08:18 |  #1729

edge100 wrote in post #17456594 (external link)
Thanks. The colours that slide film gives you just can't be had any other way. It's a shame that reversal film has become so scarce.

Agreed. How did you convert it to digital? Sorry for the question, I ask everyone the same question, it's my quest in life I guess...... do you use the same process as for negatives in your video?

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Mar 02, 2015 08:26 as a reply to  @ edmidlifecrisis's post |  #1730

The post-processing is the same, but the digitization is different.

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Mar 02, 2015 08:39 as a reply to  @ edge100's post |  #1731

THANKS!!! I will read it through. Great idea.


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Mar 02, 2015 20:20 |  #1732

Had some fun with a Polaroid Land Camera Automatic 100 and some Fuji FP-3000b this weekend ...

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I took this one while on a long walk one coooold morning. I think it was too cold for the chemicals to properly develop. The photos I took a little later didn't work at all, but I kinda like the wonkiness of this one.
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Mar 02, 2015 21:33 as a reply to  @ MichiTimm's post |  #1733

They came out nice, low contrasty though because of the cold (?)
The Fuji 3000 normally gives very high contrast, sharpness and rich blacks.
But your photos have a unique vintage mood!


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Mar 03, 2015 04:16 |  #1734

I was pretty happy with them. My dad even commented how they looked just like the photos when he was a kid, so I think your vintage mood comment is right on.

This is the first time I've used this film so I'm not sure if this is unusual contrast for this camera/film combination or not, but I do believe the cold had an effect on the development.
It was COLD. When I first went out, I took a couple shots and they were fine. Then after I had been out for a while - giving things time to cool down - I took a shot that produced nothing but a sheet of dark gray. Then I sat in a coffeehouse for a while - giving things time to warm up a little? - and went back out. I took the "Nothing over 9.99" shot, which came out alright but has some smears and weirdness. Then I took two more sheets of dark gray. Went home and warmed up a while, took a couple more that worked. I'll definitely give it another go in warmer weather sometime.




  
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Mar 03, 2015 05:54 |  #1735

Me too I think it was the cold. Polaroids usually have a metal sleeve on the back that you put in your coat to get warmed by the body's heat. Then after the shot you put the film in the sleeve to develop it. Modern Fuji films do not need this procedure but in that cold maybe it would have helped.

I also noticed that in cold weather the negative side (the goop) of the Fuji 3000 gets solarized. You can also rephotograph the negative and invert it in Photoshop, for another different look. With the FP-100 you can bleach out the back of the negative and end up with a colour slide.

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Mar 03, 2015 07:22 |  #1736

On to my next weirdness from my recent film binge ...

Anyone familiar with this APS film? I bought a roll from the Film Photography Project and then looked for it cheaper on ebay. Neither description really seems to know much about it, although the FPP description veers toward the poetic side of things ...

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Anyway, I shot the roll I got from FPP with some interesting results. Overall I think everything came out a little underexposed from what I intended, which if I understand correctly can be an effect of age? (The film's age, that is, not mine hopefully.) Also, some weird things happened with the color, particularly the black cat shots. In several shots taken moments apart, Jack appeared black, then purple, then blue, then purple again. All of these were shot with a Canon EOS IX and 28-105mm lens, and the black cat shots were shot with a flash. I think I bounced the flash each time, but can't swear to it. Not sure whether to blame (credit?) the camera or the film for the weird colors ....


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kind of purple-ish jack
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And just for the heck of it, here's an outdoor shot that seems to have a purple shift too ...
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Mar 03, 2015 07:26 |  #1737

And here are some from the same roll, same day that came out more like what I actually saw ...

Sam, no flash

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like moo, man. moo.
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Mar 03, 2015 15:25 |  #1738

The last photos seem better, how did you processed the film? Usually APS as a scaled down 35mm film has no problems, the labs process it and scan it fine. I too have the EOS IX and takes great photos.


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Mar 03, 2015 16:29 |  #1739

I kind of suspect it was the film itself. I've only shot a couple other rolls with the EOS IX and was quite happy with it - they looked quite different/better than the fnac film. Those were Fuji Nexia and I had them processed at the same place that processed this -- a local camera store that's been here forever, is highly respected, and I've been pretty thrilled with. I'd be very surprised if they were fouling it up.

I agree that the last shots posted look better but they were taken on the same roll, same day. In fact the owl photo and the weird purplish plant picture were consecutive shots. So go figure.

The only variable I can think of is that I used flash on the black cat pics and not on any of the rest. But that doesn't explain the weird color of the plant, lol.

For now, I'm just gonna chalk it up to weird film and understand that there may well be surprises when using it.

Now I did shoot four rolls with the EOS IX this weekend and should be getting the scans back tomorrow. If the results are a bit more predictable - even though some of this film may be sketchy too, none of it was the fnac - I'll be even more certain it's the fnac film, and know a little more of what to expect from the other five rolls of it that I have.




  
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Mar 03, 2015 22:38 |  #1740

Canon EOS IX and Exaktar 55mm/f1.7, Fuji Advanced APS 200 film


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