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    Randy-what was this scanned with? Very impressive image quality for 35mm slide film (right?). Nicely done.
    John,
    I use a Minolta 5400 and Silverfast Software.
    This was scanned @ 2700 dpi with a 4x sample. Very minor adjustments in Photoshop.
    You can get a really nice file at these settings at a reasonable scan time.
    With the 5400, if you scan @ 5400 dpi and use multi-sampling and ICE, you may have a birthday before it is done scanning.
    And Yes, 35mm film. I really like Velvia slide film for scanning.

    Cindy,
    Thanks. We have the same set-up, camera wise, so with good scanning, this is what you will get as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Indeed very impressive detail. Was this with a 135 camera? What lens?

    Edit: I found out myself. It's with a Hasselblad, right?
    'blad 203 Fe with CZ 110/f2 hand held. Sort of reconfirms my memory that MF film was much more forgiving with hand-held photography. I don't know whether it's emulsion thickness vs thickness of sensor or just decreased expectations compared to "pixel peeping" at 200%.

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    Hey everone!

    Just found this part of the forum. I started shooting film again a couple of months ago. I'll need some scanning tips to get the most out of my V600. So I'll start with an image!

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    And here's another... Mamiya 645 1000s

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    And here's another... Mamiya 645 1000s

    I can't see either. The code shows https which means a secure connection. Is the gallery behind a password?

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    Wow.. OK. Let me check. It shows up on mine just fine. Sorry about that.
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    Let's try a different server....





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    My first crack at C-41 Development -- Holga with Portra 400NC


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    Playing around with the image I posted yesterday.
    Velvia 100 converted in Nik Silver Efex Pro

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    Holgaroid, Fuji FP-100C instant film

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    Scott, I like the holgaroid photos, peace and not peace. I am wondering if that is fuzz in the top left corner of not peace, or was something flying through the air?

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    Thanks Cindy. Not fuzz, it is either scratches or dust that I am too lazy to remove...I wasn't too careful handling these, I had a bunch of polaroids stacked up on top of each other in the car.

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    These are very nice and I like where you are going. Keep them coming.

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    Hasselblad 500 CM with Portra 400 NC


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Let's try a different server....
    Jason: Pretty nice! I esp. like this first one.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    My first crack at C-41 Development -- Holga with Portra 400NC
    Scott: You're a renaissance man! Nicely done.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis44 View Post
    Playing around with the image I posted yesterday.
    Velvia 100 converted in Nik Silver Efex Pro

    Lewis: It converted beautifully. It still has the graduated tones of a color velvia photo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Hasselblad 500 CM with Portra 400 NC

    Scott: Holga to Hasselblad. This is a pretty ominous photo. Excellent geometry.

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    Nothing new, but I'll post a recently scanned photo shot in the early 1970's. Kodak Gold 400 with a Nikkormat. Cheers, Matt.

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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

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    This is great!!!

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    Playing around with the image I posted yesterday.
    Velvia 100 converted in Nik Silver Efex Pro

    Lovely. It has a very retro look - might look even more vintage with a sepia tone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Nothing new, but I'll post a recently scanned photo shot in the early 1970's. Kodak Gold 400 with a Nikkormat. Cheers, Matt.

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    The colors are delicious, and Jill looks deep in thought. Nice!

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    This afternoon I went somewhere I don't go often - South Beach. Mainly because it takes me 10 minutes to get there and an hour to find a parking spot.

    I took the Horizon Perfekt with me, these were Portra 160NC (I also shot a roll of Fuji Astia, but I have to take that to a real lab - CVS won't touch it).










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    The colors are delicious, and Jill looks deep in thought. Nice!
    Claire: Thanks. It needed a lot of CS5's spotbrush.

    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    This afternoon I went somewhere I don't go often - South Beach. Mainly because it takes me 10 minutes to get there and an hour to find a parking spot.

    I took the Horizon Perfekt with me, these were Portra 160NC (I also shot a roll of Fuji Astia, but I have to take that to a real lab - CVS won't touch it).









    Claire: These are incredible! Your compositions really use the frame. The perspectives all appear relatively natural. Even the third one with the distortion. The mind must somehow compensate. Great color and IQ. $459 camera!

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    The perspectives all appear relatively natural. Even the third one with the distortion. The mind must somehow compensate.
    Matt,

    The swing lens makes the difference here. With a fixed wide angle lens, you get distortion towards the edges, which makes people look funny. But with the swing lens, you are using the middle part of the lens' image circle, so people look normal. I think the mind gives the distorted background a pass when people in the photo look normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    This afternoon I went somewhere I don't go often - South Beach. Mainly because it takes me 10 minutes to get there and an hour to find a parking spot.

    I took the Horizon Perfekt with me, these were Portra 160NC (I also shot a roll of Fuji Astia, but I have to take that to a real lab - CVS won't touch it).
    Great photos. Never heard about the camera. How do you use it? Does it need a tripod or can you use it hand held? I've been dreaming about an Xpan for as long as I can remember (and they seem to get more expensive day by day), but this looks even cooler!
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    Great photos. Never heard about the camera. How do you use it? Does it need a tripod or can you use it hand held? I've been dreaming about an Xpan for as long as I can remember (and they seem to get more expensive day by day), but this looks even cooler!
    These shots are all hand held. The camera is totally mechanical, which means no batteries required. It also means no meter. The Sunny 16 rule works perfectly though. It has 7 shutter speeds: 1/500, 1/250, 1/125, 1/60, 1/8, 1/4, and 1/2 sec. Aperture is f2.8 through f16. The lens is a fixed focal length of 28mm, it is focused at about 10 meters and cannot be changed. So I only shoot it at f16, and everything from about 5 feet to infinity is in focus. It would have been nice if it was focused at 3 meters instead of 10, but I guess you can't have everything. The viewfinder is nice and bright, and it has a bubble level in it (very handy). It also comes with an accessory grip that screws into the bottom left. The idea is that you hold the grip in your left hand and rest your right hand behind the right side of the camera while firing the shutter. It keeps your fingers from ending up in the picture. The only challenge with this camera is loading the film - it can be a royal pain in the butt. Don't try loading it for the first time after you've had a double expresso - calm nerves are required.



    The camera is pretty solidly built, and it's a ton of fun to use. People WILL look at you funny though...

    Some people may say it's overpriced. I disagree - I think it's an excellent value for what you can get out of it.

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    Lovely. It has a very retro look - might look even more vintage with a sepia tone?
    Thanks for the suggestion

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    These shots are all hand held. The camera is totally mechanical, which means no batteries required. It also means no meter. The Sunny 16 rule works perfectly though. It has 7 shutter speeds: 1/500, 1/250, 1/125, 1/60, 1/8, 1/4, and 1/2 sec. Aperture is f2.8 through f16. The lens is a fixed focal length of 28mm, it is focused at about 10 meters and cannot be changed. So I only shoot it at f16, and everything from about 5 feet to infinity is in focus. It would have been nice if it was focused at 3 meters instead of 10, but I guess you can't have everything. The viewfinder is nice and bright, and it has a bubble level in it (very handy). It also comes with an accessory grip that screws into the bottom left. The idea is that you hold the grip in your left hand and rest your right hand behind the right side of the camera while firing the shutter. It keeps your fingers from ending up in the picture. The only challenge with this camera is loading the film - it can be a royal pain in the butt. Don't try loading it for the first time after you've had a double expresso - calm nerves are required.

    The camera is pretty solidly built, and it's a ton of fun to use. People WILL look at you funny though...

    Some people may say it's overpriced. I disagree - I think it's an excellent value for what you can get out of it.
    Thank you for the very useful information. Compared to an Xpan, it's certainly not overpriced. If a double espresso is out of the question, a double grappa might just do the trick, don't you think (just back from my favourite Italian restaurant)
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    Claire, Your Horizon photos are all fantastic. I can't pick a favorite. You really mastered that tool.

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    Here are a couple with my Rollie 35S scale focus camera Porta 160NC.
    Wild flowers at the mill pond
    gate wheel at the mill pond f/2.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Here are a couple with my Rollie 35S scale focus camera Porta 160NC.
    Wild flowers at the mill pond
    gate wheel at the mill pond f/2.8
    Cindy: I'm continually having to look up the cool cameras that show up in this thread. The IQ, detail, and graphic quality of this photo's excellent!

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    Here's some photos from the summer that i just processed. All with Nikon F6, 50mm f/1.4G, and Fuji Provia 400. Cheers, Matt.













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    Matt,
    I certainly enjoy these pictures. It looks like they were taken at the Pike Place Market where I used to go every Saturday morning when I was a grad student at the UW many years ago.
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    Little house on the hill.
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    Shelby: Thank you! Yes, it is the Pike Place Market. I "lurk" there a lot.

    Nice panorama. Another cool camera that i had to look up. Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Here's some photos from the summer that i just processed. All with Nikon F6, 50mm f/1.4G, and Fuji Provia 400. Cheers, Matt.

    Love the color in this one. Grocer stands are great subjects.

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    Love the color in this one. Grocer stands are great subjects.
    Mike: Thank you, sir. The WB in my indoor color film photos is a little uneven. I should shoot more film.

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    Early 1970's. Tri-X Pan. Embarrassing, but, I don't remember her name! I did remember that Patty was the name of my friend that i posted earlier. Cheers, Matt





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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Early 1970's. Tri-X Pan. Embarrassing, but, I don't remember her name! I did remember that Patty was the name of my friend that i posted earlier. Cheers, Matt



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    This one makes you wish quitting digital... and the (obnoxious) 21st century.
    All for good.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    This one makes you wish quitting digital... and the (obnoxious) 21st century.
    All for good.
    (sorry guys first post on this thread that i'd barely noticed till today... terrific work y'all.
    Will try to play later... down memory lane)
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    Matt, Nice stuff. I love those last two from the 70's.

    I'm still playing with the scale focus Rollie35s. For some reason, I love the challenge of this funky little camera. I need to put some black and white in it next.
    This one is Ektra, but I thought that it needed to be desaturated for this subject.
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    Oooooh... Scott, those are good, very good. Fond memories of train travels spring to my mind.
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    Matt, I like both those shots, and the second one sure has some good tension in it.

    Scott, I can make a story up in my mind with these shots. Excellent.

    Cindy, you've captured a real sad house there. It reminds me of some houses that I've seen out in Eastern Colorado. The Rollie 35 is quite a camera. I used one some time ago and really liked it.

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    My oldest daughter in the early 1970s. Rollicord 6x6.
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    And here she is at age 6 months. Pillow in the bell for support.
    Graphic 4x5, Tri-x pushed so hard the grain was like popcorn.
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    Last edited by Shelby Frisch; 17th October 2010 at 13:09. Reason: I meant Tri-x not Royal Pan

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    Shelby, that is without doubt one of the best photographs I have ever seen! I could look at that a thousand times and it would still evoke the same reaction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Frisch View Post
    And here she is at age 6 months. Pillow in the bell for support.
    Graphic 4x5, Tri-x pushed so hard the grain was like popcorn.
    Shelby
    Both photos of your daughter are really nice, but this one is just wonderful.

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    Scott, We must have been posting at the same time because I didn't see these before.....all really nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Frisch View Post
    And here she is at age 6 months. Pillow in the bell for support.
    Graphic 4x5, Tri-x pushed so hard the grain was like popcorn.
    Shelby
    LOVE IT!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Scott: Very dynamic, sketchy images! I especially like this one. They don't let me out at night, so, your night photos are special to me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Frisch View Post
    Matt, I like both those shots, and the second one sure has some good tension in it....
    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Frisch View Post
    My oldest daughter in the early 1970s. Rollicord 6x6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Frisch View Post
    And here she is at age 6 months. Pillow in the bell for support.
    Graphic 4x5, Tri-x pushed so hard the grain was like popcorn.
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    Shelby: Thank you, sir. Excellent captures of your daughter. That second one's really special.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Matt, Nice stuff. I love those last two from the 70's.

    I'm still playing with the scale focus Rollie35s. For some reason, I love the challenge of this funky little camera. I need to put some black and white in it next.
    This one is Ektra, but I thought that it needed to be desaturated for this subject.
    Mitchell's House
    Cindy: Thanks! The desaturation makes it seem even more wan, and abandoned.

    Cheers, Matt

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