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    35mm Summilux pre-asph
    Trix/Tmax dev 800
    The printmaker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    35mm Summilux pre-asph
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    Awesome Set! Love These 2!

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    thank you steve for the nice word

    here is one of the Kodak HIE with 35mm summilux pre-asph.
    entire roll was overexposed and over-developed during the development.
    trying to rescuing more right now.

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    Awesome Set! Love These 2!
    Anthony: +1. I, also, like the printmaker series. The printmaker, herself, is having fun and your photos picked that up. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    35mm Summilux pre-asph
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    That photo is made of 100% awesome.

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    Thanks you steve, matt and maggie

    rescued a few more frames from the HIE. still pretty bad as you can see. first two with 35mm summilux last one with 50 summitar.




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    Anthoney....Wow!!!!

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    Anthoney....Wow!!!!
    +1 for sure! Those are great.

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    I have no idea! Maybe Eddie Vedder's staying in the penthouse suite? M7 w/Kodak Ektar 100 VS (and this roll was pretty erratic in IQ). Cheers, Matt



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    Thanks you steve, matt and maggie

    rescued a few more frames from the HIE. still pretty bad as you can see. first two with 35mm summilux last one with 50 summitar.

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    This is a wonderful series!

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    here is one of the Kodak HIE with 35mm summilux pre-asph.
    entire roll was overexposed and over-developed during the development.
    trying to rescuing more right now.
    The mood is perfect. Whatever went wrong, it worked.

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    The mood is perfect. Whatever went wrong, it worked.
    Yes! I concur.

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    Anthony: Really cool! Supernatural. Bad's relative; they have presence. Maybe not your intent, though? Cheers, Matt.

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    thank you matt. very much appreciated.
    haha. something that i didn't mention tons of PP work has been done to bring them back. I like how it turns out though but expected something different and less pp work. this is my first experimental roll. hopefully the next roll will be less hassle.
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    This is a wonderful series!
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    The mood is perfect. Whatever went wrong, it worked.
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    Yes! I concur.
    Thank you tonkengirl and maggie. very much appreciated.

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    rest of the The Printmaker
    35mm summilux trix/ tmax dev pushed 800
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    Anthony: A masterly set. Lovely work.

    Matt: The colors are beautiful Matt. Why was the IQ erratic? Well seen. Well
    captured.


    Regards.

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    Those are great Anthony -- I think I prefer the second set, but both are really nice. The second seems to have more coherence and attachment to the process.
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    Some more M2/Summaron/Ektar:

    Lake Web, May, 2010


    Fishing Family, May, 2010


    Domino Rolls, May, 2010


    The color response was more consistent in these frames, which was nice.

    I'm still working up the courage to soup the 12 or so rolls of Legacy 400, Tri-X and HP5+ sitting in my desk...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Some more M2/Summaron/Ektar:

    The color response was more consistent in these frames, which was nice.

    I'm still working up the courage to soup the 12 or so rolls of Legacy 400, Tri-X and HP5+ sitting in my desk...
    These do look nicely consistent, Maggie. Very nice color.

    (Good look with the courage part on that. I've got a number of exposed rolls I haven't got round to yet myself. )

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    These do look nicely consistent, Maggie. Very nice color.

    (Good look with the courage part on that. I've got a number of exposed rolls I haven't got round to yet myself. )
    Thanks, Lloyd! I wish I knew how to get those sort of results with more frames. I should finish up the roll of Ektar in the F3 and see how those look and maybe that'll give me an idea of how to best handle the film.

    As for the courage...man, it's been twenty years since I developed any film myself! At the paper, I just handed the rolls to the darkroom guy and everything else were 'chromes!

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    As for the courage...man, it's been twenty years since I developed any film myself! At the paper, I just handed the rolls to the darkroom guy and everything else were 'chromes!
    LOL. Yes, exactly the same for me. On road I souped mostly in Diafine... wide latitude, and time not an issue. I swear I had spools in there for an hour a couple of times. Used to have to do my own E6 on occasion, but fortunately not often. At the mag it was all chrome, and I never processed a single roll.

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    Matt: The colors are beautiful Matt. Why was the IQ erratic? Well seen. Well
    captured. Regards.
    Rayyan: Thank you. My exposures seemed more erratic then usual on that roll. Also, I forgot to tell them that i wanted tiffs, and the scans that I got back all seem slightly washed out with specks of dust in them. I'm going to have to stop using that lab for scans. I try scanning the negs myself and see if they look better.

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    Those are great Anthony -- I think I prefer the second set, but both are really nice. The second seems to have more coherence and attachment to the process.
    Anthony: +1. I think I like this set better, too.

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    Some more M2/Summaron/Ektar:
    Lake Web, May, 2010

    The color response was more consistent in these frames, which was nice.
    I'm still working up the courage to soup the 12 or so rolls of Legacy 400, Tri-X and HP5+ sitting in my desk...
    Maggie: Nice photos. I like the rail and cobwebs. Well framed and focused. Your Ektar looks pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Some more M2/Summaron/Ektar:

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    Domino Rolls, May, 2010

    This Pose Always Makes Me Smile! Nice Set Maggie!

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    Took recently in Napa Valley. M6 with 24 ASPH and 135 APO lenses and Velvia 50 film.

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    Took recently in Napa Valley. M6 with 24 ASPH and 135 APO lenses and Velvia 50 film.
    Stunning set!

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    1.

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    M6 LHSA, 75 Lux, Ferrania 400

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    I like that set, Steve!

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    Stunning set!
    +1 from here! Very nice indeed.

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    Steve and Lloyd,

    Thanks.

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    Stunning set!
    Ocean: +1. Nice Velvia.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    1.

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    M6 LHSA, 75 Lux, Ferrania 400
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    I like that set, Steve!
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    +1 from here! Very nice indeed.
    Steve: +1, +1. Very nice set. Well seen and captured. I've never heard of Ferrania 400? Nice colors with a bit of grain.

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    I like that set, Steve!
    Thanks Maggie!
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    Steve: +1, +1. Very nice set. Well seen and captured. I've never heard of Ferrania 400? Nice colors with a bit of grain.

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    I had a very long busy weekend.
    finally get to develop and scan some more.
    35mm summilux pre-asph, neopan400/tmax dev.
    my first roll of neopan 400. Like it a lot. may considering switching to it once i am done with all my TriX.
    These are taken at a Turkish Restaurant in St Paul, MN.
    They have the Best Turkish food. Family owns. very friendly. We talked about half an hour after we ate.
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    Mummmmmm, Doner Kebab.

    Nice energy to these shots, Anthony. The Neopan looks good. I've got ten rolls of the stuff (Legacy Pro 400, but it's the same film) that I need to develop.

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    Nice shots Anthony! I particularly like the 2nd one. Neopan 400 is great stuff...finer grained than Tri-x, but still traditional and not as soulless as the Delta and Tmax films are in 400. I am not sure why, but I really don't like Hp5 or Delta 400...Delta 100 is ok. XP2 is great for a chromagenic film....but for 400 speed give me Neopan 400 or Tri-X...
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    Thanks Maggie and Stuart.

    I used to use hp5 and fp4. Since i touched trix, i was hooked. I used XP2 for awhile when I no longer had a darkroom. I love it a lot. Few months ago, I just got chemicals and store in my bathroom just to develop and scan. No more printing. This is actually going pretty well so far. The roll of neopan 400 came with the Trix's I bought from someone on the other forum. I also have a roll of neopan acros need to be developed. Just need the time. I may turn into fuji fan for b/w stuffs.

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    I had a very long busy weekend.
    finally get to develop and scan some more.
    35mm summilux pre-asph, neopan400/tmax dev.
    my first roll of neopan 400. Like it a lot. may considering switching to it once i am done with all my TriX.
    These are taken at a Turkish Restaurant in St Paul, MN.
    They have the Best Turkish food. Family owns. very friendly. We talked about half an hour after we ate.
    enjoy.


    Anthony: Nice series, again. You caught some good expressions. They seemed comfortable with you shooting. These have a lot of character. Not overly contrasty; but enough. I'll have to try that film. Cheers, Matt

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    Agree With Matt, Anthony...Fine Job!

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    A few from the M4-P + Jupiter-8 50/2 + Ektar:

    Beaver Creek, May, 2010


    Abandoned Hat, May, 2010


    Scooter On The Floor, May, 2010

    She's such a glamor-puss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    A few from the M4-P + Jupiter-8 50/2 + Ektar:

    Scooter On The Floor, May, 2010

    She's such a glamor-puss.
    Hi scooter

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    Hi Anthony! Scooter sends loving head-butts to you!

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    Maggie..Love The Rusty Hat & Scooter The Fluff Ball!

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    50 Summitar with fuji 800npz

    at mickey's diner



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    Maggie..Love The Rusty Hat & Scooter The Fluff Ball!
    Thank you, Steve!

    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    50 Summitar with fuji 800npz

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    Man, you're making me homesick for the Twin Cities! I love the Mickey's shot. So much atmosphere in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocean View Post
    Took recently in Napa Valley. M6 with 24 ASPH and 135 APO lenses and Velvia 50 film.
    These are gorgeous. I have never tried Velvia, and I was not really planning on it as most of the results I see are typically a little to garish for my taste. But these photos are making me re-think it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    A few from the M4-P + Jupiter-8 50/2 + Ektar:


    Abandoned Hat, May, 2010
    I always tend to look before I read. This one really got my attention - for a split second it looked like roadkill.

    What a relief to read that is was a hat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    I always tend to look before I read. This one really got my attention - for a split second it looked like roadkill.

    What a relief to read that is was a hat.
    You're not the first person to mention that to me! My BF said:

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    shot by Eric...50 cron...MOI w/ 21 SA

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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    50 Summitar with fuji 800npz

    at mickey's diner

    Anthoney, So Nice!
    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    shot by Eric...50 cron...MOI w/ 21 SA
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    I'm really enjoying everyone's posts. So inspiring to me. I'm very happy to be shooting film again (and developing it!), in addition to digital.

    A few with my new (to me) 50mm Sonnar, before I slammed it and camera (in bag) against a piece of furniture, seemingly resulting in a loose "front-end" on the lens. Though it seems to be shooting OK with my M8, I'm afraid I'll need to get it serviced, just to be sure.

    Anyway, all on FP4, shot at 200ISO in Diafine 3+3, all wide-open in twilight. Scanned with PlustTek 7300. Just a touch of Silver Efex magic added.






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    Those are very pretty, Mike! The Sonnar is a nice lens and you put it to good use.

    Here's a few pix from the M4-P, paired with BW400CN and the CV 28/1.9 Ultron:

    Lawn Chair, June, 2010


    Alert Scooter, June, 2010


    Mom With Pills For Domino, June, 2010


    Domino In The Grass, June, 2010


    And from the same roll, one with the 50/2 Jupiter-8:

    Frogs, June, 2010

    Best $30 I ever spent of photo gear, I reckon.

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