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The Film Thread (Red Ring not Required) A place for Analog Photography Nuts to Talk

 
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Jul 07, 2014 07:46 |  #4306

Cuypers1807 wrote in post #17016115 (external link)
Alex, are you sure it wasn't the camera? I have a Yashica 124G that had this look and it was fungus in the lens.

Yeah, the creasing I can understand (I've seen this before with Paterson tanks with very curly film), but the fogging is something else (unless you didn't close the top of the tank properly).


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Jul 13, 2014 19:50 |  #4307

Resent wedding I shot a little film

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Jul 15, 2014 18:50 |  #4308

I can't believe I didn't know about this thread!

I have relatively recently rediscovered how much fun it it to shoot film. I just started doing my own developing, and the fun meter is off the charts.

Nothing to show to you all yet, as all I've been doing recently (film-wise) is experimenting with shooting and developing 40 yr old films.

But I'll tell you, those out there who have never shot film don't know what they're missing.


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Jul 17, 2014 22:03 |  #4309

A few from the Bronica RF645.

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Jul 22, 2014 16:07 |  #4310

Cuypers1807 wrote in post #17016115 (external link)
Alex, are you sure it wasn't the camera? I have a Yashica 124G that had this look and it was fungus in the lens.

edge100 wrote in post #17016223 (external link)
Yeah, the creasing I can understand (I've seen this before with Paterson tanks with very curly film), but the fogging is something else (unless you didn't close the top of the tank properly).


nah It literally took me 2 hours to get it in lol and I don't have a changing bag , I think the LED from the garage opener fogged it up. I developed a roll before this one and it was perfect. So that rules out the camera/lens.

My real problem was that I didn't let the reel dry up, so the ball bearings kept getting stuck.

I have to buy a changing bag and an enlarger soon... :D


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Jul 22, 2014 19:13 |  #4311

These are from the same camera, ghetto scanned with a mirrorless. I have to get a real scanner someday!!(both pictures taken with the lens wide open)

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Aug 06, 2014 01:23 |  #4312

Was great fun discovering this thread, and now im finally done reading 288 pages in 8 days.
Did just sell all my digital gear and start shooting film fulltime, all im doing is personal stuff so there is really no need for digital gear.

Im wondering how you guys travel with your film and how you pack it? Do the x-ray scanners really do damage to your film? Do you develope your film in that country you are traveling to or do you take it home again? And do you buy your film in that country you are going to or bring it with you? All I can see on the product instructions for different film is that you must avoid x-ray scans.




  
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Aug 07, 2014 08:12 |  #4313

Assi wrote in post #17079272 (external link)
Was great fun discovering this thread, and now im finally done reading 288 pages in 8 days.
Did just sell all my digital gear and start shooting film fulltime, all im doing is personal stuff so there is really no need for digital gear.

Im wondering how you guys travel with your film and how you pack it? Do the x-ray scanners really do damage to your film? Do you develope your film in that country you are traveling to or do you take it home again? And do you buy your film in that country you are going to or bring it with you? All I can see on the product instructions for different film is that you must avoid x-ray scans.

I typically try to ask for a hand check as much as possible...some countries won't do that though. In which case anything under 800 ISO is usually fine to go through the scanners...and I also have a domke filmguard bag that I use for a little added protection as well.


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Aug 07, 2014 10:36 |  #4314

Thanks for this info.
I have seen that Domke Filmguard bag, maybe I'll pick one up for my next trip abroad.
You got some great shoots by the way, like your style.

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I typically try to ask for a hand check as much as possible...some countries won't do that though. In which case anything under 800 ISO is usually fine to go through the scanners...and I also have a domke filmguard bag that I use for a little added protection as well.




  
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Aug 09, 2014 21:58 |  #4315

This was the first photo taken with my new (to me) Zone VI 4x5 camera. I rushed out to a local lake after unpacking it, anxious to try it out "in the field".

This is somewhat of a hybrid photo as it was scanned into the computer and worked on in photoshop a little. I think, with some practice, and a little luck I could achieve something similar in the darkroom, using toners and some burning/dodging and contrast papers.

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Aug 10, 2014 01:33 |  #4316

Has anyone here every bought anything from KEH with an "ugly" rating? I'm looking at Rolleiflex TLRs and I'm wondering how bad "ugly" really is.


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Aug 11, 2014 19:15 |  #4317

back lit lilies
I actually waited for this morning light.
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Aug 12, 2014 08:06 |  #4318

cito17 wrote in post #17086918 (external link)
Has anyone here every bought anything from KEH with an "ugly" rating? I'm looking at Rolleiflex TLRs and I'm wondering how bad "ugly" really is.

No. UG means just what KEH says:

""UGLY" means equipment is rough, with multiple impressions in metal, excessive finish loss and brassing. Glass will have marks, fungus and/or haze which will affect picture quality."

BGN is just fine (and you'll often get a BGN item that will make you think "if this is 'BGN', what does 'EX+' look like?!?").


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Aug 12, 2014 16:29 |  #4319

edge100 wrote in post #17090849 (external link)
No. UG means just what KEH says:

""UGLY" means equipment is rough, with multiple impressions in metal, excessive finish loss and brassing. Glass will have marks, fungus and/or haze which will affect picture quality."

BGN is just fine (and you'll often get a BGN item that will make you think "if this is 'BGN', what does 'EX+' look like?!?").

Yeah, that doesn't sound too good. I've heard great things about BGN but wasn't sure about UG. Thanks!


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Sep 03, 2014 20:27 |  #4320

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