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Jan 19, 2020 21:12 |  #2791

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I've shot and developed my first roll of 35mm color film the other day. These were shot on Fuji X-tra 400. I'm trying to get accurate colors out of my scans. Does anyone see any color cast in these images? Lately all of my color scans on MF film have had a green color cast to them.
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The second one looks great! The first one seems like the shadows have a yellow tone to them which should be fairly easy to fix. Do you have lightroom or photoshop?


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Jan 19, 2020 21:46 |  #2792

Scottboarding wrote in post #18994970 (external link)
The second one looks great! The first one seems like the shadows have a yellow tone to them which should be fairly easy to fix. Do you have lightroom or photoshop?

I thought it looked a little off too. I was looking at the trees in the background and they seemed to look a little weird, but I couldn't tell if they looked green or yellow. I mess around in photoshop and see what I can do. Thanks.


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Jan 21, 2020 21:55 |  #2793

These are companion shots to the earlier pics of the Huellet unloaders. While he was alive my father was a prolific artist and one summer day in 1999 we visited these old machines right before they were dismantled. He had his sketch pad and I had my medium format.


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Jan 22, 2020 00:52 as a reply to  @ sapearl's post |  #2794

That looks like both of you have a good eye for composition! :-)


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Jan 22, 2020 05:12 |  #2795

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That looks like both of you have a good eye for composition! :-)

Thanks Trevor - appreciate the comments. He was quite an artist IMO and not only taught the craft but lived it. I suppose there was a little bit of "osmosis" going on as I watched him paint over the years. As a young child I'd accompany him on some of his sketch trips. If you're curious you can find out a little more about him here:

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Jan 22, 2020 08:11 |  #2796

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Jan 22, 2020 09:00 |  #2797

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Ah, the old Hassleblad 500/CM - my first blad! I knew it well Allen ;-)a


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Jan 22, 2020 10:18 |  #2798

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Ah, the old Hassleblad 500/CM - my first blad! I knew it well Allen ;-)a

What a great camera. I wish that I would have kept one and a couple of lenses.
Another from it. Tmax 400 Rodinal 50:1

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Jan 22, 2020 11:28 |  #2799

I miss my Hasselblad. Sold it a few years ago, but I'll probably pick another one up in a few months. I just need to replace my Pentax 67 first.


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Jan 22, 2020 11:57 |  #2800

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What a great camera. I wish that I would have kept one and a couple of lenses.
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Beautiful portrait Allen! I still have my 503CW having sold the 500 c/m to an art teacher. I also kept the 150mm, 80mm & 60mm which I can use on my 5D3 with the adaptor I have. I'm lazy about it though. They're quite heave with all that Zeiss glass and since there's no communication with the body everything is completely manual.


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Jan 22, 2020 16:19 |  #2801

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Beautiful portrait Allen! I still have my 503CW having sold the 500 c/m to an art teacher. I also kept the 150mm, 80mm & 60mm which I can use on my 5D3 with the adaptor I have. I'm lazy about it though. They're quite heave with all that Zeiss glass and since there's no communication with the body everything is completely manual.

Thanks Stuart,
I had 3 500 C/Ms a couple of eye level finders 2 50 CF FLE, 2 80 CF, 120 CF, 150 CF and my all time favorite medium format portrait lens the 180 CF Sonnar.

Another portrait. This one with the 180.

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Jan 22, 2020 17:58 |  #2802

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Thanks Stuart,
I had 3 500 C/Ms a couple of eye level finders 2 50 CF FLE, 2 80 CF, 120 CF, 150 CF and my all time favorite medium format portrait lens the 180 CF Sonnar.

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Great lighting in this one Allen - very nice. Do you recall about how long ago you did this portrait?


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Jan 22, 2020 20:31 |  #2803

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Great lighting in this one Allen - very nice. Do you recall about how long ago you did this portrait?

Thanks Stuart,
IIRC 1995.

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Jan 23, 2020 09:04 |  #2804

Sweet Portraits Allen. You make me want to pick up that 180.


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Jan 23, 2020 10:49 |  #2805

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Sweet Portraits Allen. You make me want to pick up that 180.

THANKS so much. If you get a chance read some of the reviews of that lens. It is one of Hassy Zeiss's very best.

I was going through some old negs and found these from when I shot weddings. I haven't shot weddings since 1997 except some commitments I had to shoot after my divorce and dissolving that business.
These are from the mid 1990s. 500 C/M 180 cf Sonnar, hasselblad softar 1 filter tmax 400 and rodinal 50:1
These were prints and copied with a 5D and are not near as good as the prints

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