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May 28, 2013 12:08 as a reply to  @ post 15970157 |  #601

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May 29, 2013 20:31 |  #602

120 Portra 400 taken with Bronica ETRSi + 75mm f2.8 and scanned with Epson V500

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May 30, 2013 04:11 |  #603

Glad to see so many film users.
I just bought an olympus om30, unfortunately I won't be able,to use it for 3 month or so, since I am overseas, I had it delivered to my parents home.

I know nothing about film, but I felt the urge to buy an old olympus, for some black and white street portraits.
Main use will be for b&w.

Do you know of any good website I can educate myself with before I get my hands on my new old baby.


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May 30, 2013 06:54 as a reply to  @ post 15911647 |  #604

emopunker2004 wrote in post #15892487 (external link)
Here's the B&W

Ilford HP5 Plus

I really miss that HP5 grain.

How was the "fried potatoes" cigar?


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May 30, 2013 12:37 |  #605

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Do you know of any good website I can educate myself with before I get my hands on my new old baby.

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May 31, 2013 08:54 |  #606

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May 31, 2013 12:54 |  #607

DwainRowe wrote in post #15981948 (external link)
I really miss that HP5 grain.

How was the "fried potatoes" cigar?

Pretty good. I'm a fan of the liga privada line.

The Papas Fritas is a mixed filler cigar so it is a shorter smoke than a traditional cigar of it's size.


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May 31, 2013 14:33 |  #608

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Jun 01, 2013 22:34 |  #609

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Jun 03, 2013 10:22 |  #610

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This is a fairly hefty crop of a 6x7 (new) Portra 160 negative from a Mamiya 7 and 80 f/4 (at f/5.6, I think), developed at home with the Tetenal C-41 Press Kit.

If you've never considered doing colour at home, I can assure you that the process is very, very simple. Yes, you have to make sure your temperature control is spot on, but it's actually quite easy to do that, and the results are excellent. I need to clone out some dust spots before delivering this to the client, but I'm quite pleased with how it turned out.

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Jun 03, 2013 10:31 |  #611

Nice!


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Jun 03, 2013 12:13 |  #612

edge100 wrote in post #15994807 (external link)
Nice!

Thank you :D

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This is a fairly hefty crop of a 6x7 (new) Portra 160 negative from a Mamiya 7 and 80 f/4 (at f/5.6, I think), developed at home with the Tetenal C-41 Press Kit.

If you've never considered doing colour at home, I can assure you that the process is very, very simple. Yes, you have to make sure your temperature control is spot on, but it's actually quite easy to do that, and the results are excellent. I need to clone out some dust spots before delivering this to the client, but I'm quite pleased with how it turned out.

Very good result!
Interesting timing, my very first Jobo C-41 Press Kit arrived last week from B&H.
Have to figure out how to make it constant in temperature at my home.
And I wonder if it is going to work if I develop couple of rolls and keep it in the bottles for few weeks and use it again for roll or two.


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Jun 03, 2013 12:30 |  #613

kf095 wrote in post #15995182 (external link)
Thank you :D

Very good result!
Interesting timing, my very first Jobo C-41 Press Kit arrived last week from B&H.
Have to figure out how to make it constant in temperature at my home.
And I wonder if it is going to work if I develop couple of rolls and keep it in the bottles for few weeks and use it again for roll or two.

I just blogged my experience: http://www.mfphotograp​hy.ca …eveloping-colour-at-home/ (external link)

Basically, given the small volumes and fairly rapid development time, it's actually quite easy to keep the temperature constant using a small water bath. Development is only 3:30, so just get your bath to about 103, and over the development time you'll have an average of about 102. If there's any colour shift, it's nothing that ColorPerfect couldn't handle.

The chemistry is reusable over at least 1 year and 25-30 rolls (anecdotal evidence from another forum).


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Jun 03, 2013 13:04 |  #614

edge100 wrote in post #15995248 (external link)
I just blogged my experience: http://www.mfphotograp​hy.ca …eveloping-colour-at-home/ (external link)

Basically, given the small volumes and fairly rapid development time, it's actually quite easy to keep the temperature constant using a small water bath. Development is only 3:30, so just get your bath to about 103, and over the development time you'll have an average of about 102. If there's any colour shift, it's nothing that ColorPerfect couldn't handle.

The chemistry is reusable over at least 1 year and 25-30 rolls (anecdotal evidence from another forum).

Thank you for the link. Good description, with some details I was missing.


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Jun 03, 2013 14:39 |  #615

only thing I can share so far :(

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have about 8 120 and 4 35 that needs to be developed.

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