35mm Summilux pre-asph
Trix/Tmax dev 800
More to come.
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
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.
Anthony: A masterly set. Lovely work.
Matt: The colors are beautiful Matt. Why was the IQ erratic? Well seen. Well
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.
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!
Took recently in Napa Valley. M6 with 24 ASPH and 135 APO lenses and Velvia 50 film.
M6 LHSA, 75 Lux, Ferrania 400
Steve and Lloyd,
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.
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...
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.
Agree With Matt, Anthony...Fine Job!
Maggie..Love The Rusty Hat & Scooter The Fluff Ball!
shot by Eric...50 cron...MOI w/ 21 SA
To Light & Love
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.
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.