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    Nice light here.

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    Really nice!

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    Steep curves; learning curves, that is: 120 B&W film, bathroom developing and scanning. A lot of variable to strain an aging brain. :>) First efforts from which among other lessons learned are: don't rewind film against the dark slide, the agitation protocol does affect results and dust is a PITA. (Santa Fe, Tetons, and the less photographed part of Mormon Row, JH, Wy.)

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    Steve, it gets easier quickly, and your results look worth the effort! I especially like the last one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsrfun View Post
    Steep curves; learning curves, that is: 120 B&W film, bathroom developing and scanning. A lot of variable to strain an aging brain. :>) First efforts from which among other lessons learned are: don't rewind film against the dark slide, the agitation protocol does affect results and dust is a PITA. (Santa Fe, Tetons, and the less photographed part of Mormon Row, JH, Wy.)

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    Very nice results from your first efforts and what beautiful subjects to photograph.
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    Steve, They look good. My favorite is the first one. Keep them coming!

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    More from the temple.

    Contax RX with Zeiss 50mm f/1.4 and Fuji Neopan 400

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    Great photos Jorgen, looks like you are enjoying film!

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    Nice framing/composition.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    More from the temple.

    Contax RX with Zeiss 50mm f/1.4 and Fuji Neopan 400


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    Well done.

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    A couple of more from first five rolls of DIY B&W travel snaps. Tri-X 400.

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    Steve, those are spectacular. It must be great to have those photo ops -- here is what I shot last night (in addition to the pig)

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    Steve, those are spectacular. It must be great to have those photo ops -- here is what I shot last night (in addition to the pig)

    I much prefer yours; for want of a better analogy, it's the difference between a mechanic and an artist.

    Speaking of photo ops, I lived in Jackson Hole for four years and didn't take a photo during that time.

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    Steve, I like them both. The barn is my favorite. They both have beautiful tones.

    ScottG, I love those muted blue/green colors. You are becoming a master of shadows.

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    Steve, those are spectacular. It must be great to have those photo ops -- here is what I shot last night (in addition to the pig)

    Scott: I think this is the best photo you've posted...and, you've posted some really excellent photos. Like Cindy said the colors and shadows are wonderful. They seem to wash across the wall.

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    Steep curves; learning curves, that is: 120 B&W film, bathroom developing and scanning. A lot of variable to strain an aging brain. :>) First efforts from which among other lessons learned are: don't rewind film against the dark slide, the agitation protocol does affect results and dust is a PITA. (Santa Fe, Tetons, and the less photographed part of Mormon Row, JH, Wy.)

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    Really good first results! What did you develop in? Do you feel you over-agitated?

    I've been dev/scanning my own 35mm for a while now, but since I don't have an appropriate scanner for 120, have been taking that to the lab. I wish I had room for a dedicated flatbed.

    Keep up the good work...

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    Scott: I think this is the best photo you've posted...and, you've posted some really excellent photos. Like Cindy said the colors and shadows are wonderful. They seem to wash across the wall.

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    Really good first results! What did you develop in? Do you feel you over-agitated?
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    Those rolls were developed with Rodinal (Adox Adonal)...Probably some under-agitated and some over..but who knows. If anyone has a link to a scientific rational for various agitation protocols, please post....For now, I think that I will start using the "Massive Dev Chart" protocol and times.

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    FWIW and related to the scan thread. Hand held shot of church door in Santa Fe and crop of door panel. Tri-X, Rodinal, Epson 750. I was surprised that non-pro process and scan did this well.

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    More from the temple.

    Contax RX with Zeiss 50mm f/1.4 and Fuji Neopan 400

    Absolutely stunning.

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    Well done.
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    Went for a walk downtown today with the Canon EOS 630 loaded with Neopan Acros & Sigma 50mm. This has been my least-used lens, but I think I'm going to start using it more often. I am typically more of a wide angle person, so getting used to this field of view is interesting.

    I followed this guy for almost 20 minutes waiting for that "decisive moment", but apparently his pants can defy gravity.


    This lady was having some difficulty locating something in what I like to call The Black Hole, more commonly referred to as a purse. Perhaps her keys?


    A pause in the walk for some play (this is not my Weimy).


    These pups were waiting patiently for their masters to finish their lunch.


    When I got home I still had a couple of shots left for Jasmine. Her age is starting to show a little with her white facial hair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsrfun View Post
    Steep curves; learning curves, that is: 120 B&W film, bathroom developing and scanning. A lot of variable to strain an aging brain. :>) First efforts from which among other lessons learned are: don't rewind film against the dark slide, the agitation protocol does affect results and dust is a PITA. (Santa Fe, Tetons, and the less photographed part of Mormon Row, JH, Wy.)
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    Steve, it gets easier quickly, and your results look worth the effort! I especially like the last one.
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    Steve,
    Very nice results from your first efforts and what beautiful subjects to photograph.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Steve, They look good. My favorite is the first one. Keep them coming!
    Steve:+1, +1, +1. Impressive. I also like the simplicity of the last one and it's detail.

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    Absolutely stunning.
    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Went for a walk downtown today with the Canon EOS 630 loaded with Neopan Acros & Sigma 50mm. This has been my least-used lens, but I think I'm going to start using it more often. I am typically more of a wide angle person, so getting used to this field of view is interesting.

    I followed this guy for almost 20 minutes waiting for that "decisive moment", but apparently his pants can defy gravity.

    This lady was having some difficulty locating something in what I like to call The Black Hole, more commonly referred to as a purse. Perhaps her keys?

    A pause in the walk for some play (this is not my Weimy).

    These pups were waiting patiently for their masters to finish their lunch.


    When I got home I still had a couple of shots left for Jasmine. Her age is starting to show a little with her white facial hair.
    Claire: You get some amazing pictures out of everything you pick up! Why is it the smallest dogs always think they're the toughest? Wonderful IQ and consistent tonality.

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

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    Went for a walk downtown today with the Canon EOS 630 loaded with Neopan Acros & Sigma 50mm. This has been my least-used lens, but I think I'm going to start using it more often. I am typically more of a wide angle person, so getting used to this field of view is interesting.



    These pups were waiting patiently for their masters to finish their lunch.


    When I got home I still had a couple of shots left for Jasmine. Her age is starting to show a little with her white facial hair.


    The little "tough guy" looks like he is challenging you.
    Jasmine is still pretty.
    The whole set is just great.

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    Solo




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    Solo


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    Nice shot. I know it's not the main subject, but I love the bokeh-abstracted people in the background. It just occurred to me, as a sometime painter, that this is the effect that painters should strive for (and many attain), when including people as accessories in their city paintings.

    Here's an example of one of my own "accessory" figure studies, to make what I'm saying concrete:



    After studying your background figures, it seems that I concentrate too much on separate legs, when just a downward-facing pointy triangle would do in many cases. I'll keep this in mind when I get back to painting regularly.

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    When I got home I still had a couple of shots left for Jasmine. Her age is starting to show a little with her white facial hair.
    Excellent Work!

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    More home "cooked" B & W. Windy day and the bokeh is weird but getting faster loading the reels.

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    Nice shot. I know it's not the main subject, but I love the bokeh-abstracted people in the background. It just occurred to me, as a sometime painter, that this is the effect that painters should strive for (and many attain), when including people as accessories in their city paintings.

    Here's an example of one of my own "accessory" figure studies, to make what I'm saying concrete:



    After studying your background figures, it seems that I concentrate too much on separate legs, when just a downward-facing pointy triangle would do in many cases. I'll keep this in mind when I get back to painting regularly.


    I really envy your painting ability, those are quite nice. My ability is limited to stick figures with crayons

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    Got a new Holga from Holgamod.com today, with close focusing to 2 feet. This one looks pretty sharp too


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    Hard to keep up, as usual.

    Scott:
    Seriously good photographs.
    1. The first set has a very unique IQ. Hasse with ___ film? There's an "hdr" painterly quality to them. Planes of color with depth in the images, but not "3-dimensional" in a natural sense. Edward Hopper.
    2. The second photo with the Holga's very cool.
    3.The third set looks like you're back with the Hasse, but the IQ's different then the first set. More "realistic". Excellent!

    Mike:
    1. Cool photographs of the horn player. "Dude can blow, Nice Grab" (1).
    2. Very good watercolor studies! Admirable talent. Good analysis of the people. Your study shows that it's a function of perspective distance, scale, and detail. The sketches with both types of legs have more perceived depth. The triangular legs look naturally farther away I, however, draw the triangular legs because they're easier!

    (1) Steve, 2 days ago, The GetDPI Photography Forums > Analog Camera Forum > Analog Cameras > More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

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    Scott, these seaside shots are something, no other comments other than : these ohotos speak to me, thanks for showing. (it might be the mood)
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    Stef,

    Thanks, it likes like we are in the same mood!

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    [QUOTE=m_driscoll;263500]Hard to keep up, as usual.

    Scott:
    Seriously good photographs.
    1. The first set has a very unique IQ. Hasse with ___ film? There's an "hdr" painterly quality to them. Planes of color with depth in the images, but not "3-dimensional" in a natural sense. Edward Hopper.
    2. The second photo with the Holga's very cool.
    3.The third set looks like you're back with the Hasse, but the IQ's different then the first set. More "realistic". Excellent!


    Matt,

    Interesting observation, I can see what you are saying. Unfortunately I don't know the answer...they were all on the same film (Portra 400 NC) and developed at the same time by the same knucklehead (me). The only difference is the lens -- the night shots were with the 80mm Planar, and the horn player and last set were with the 150mm Sonnar.

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    Hard to keep up, as usual.

    Scott:
    Seriously good photographs.
    1. The first set has a very unique IQ. Hasse with ___ film? There's an "hdr" painterly quality to them. Planes of color with depth in the images, but not "3-dimensional" in a natural sense. Edward Hopper.
    2. The second photo with the Holga's very cool.
    3.The third set looks like you're back with the Hasse, but the IQ's different then the first set. More "realistic". Excellent!


    Matt,

    Interesting observation, I can see what you are saying. Unfortunately I don't know the answer...they were all on the same film (Portra 400 NC) and developed at the same time by the same knucklehead (me). The only difference is the lens -- the night shots were with the 80mm Planar, and the horn player and last set were with the 150mm Sonnar.
    Scott: Oopps. i blew it. The horn Player was your's, not Mike's.

    You developed the film yourself? Knucklehead cool! Maybe it's just a difference in the way the lens draws at night? I would have bet that it was different film. PP essentially the same? Cheers, Matt

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    Testing a new 6x9 (Shen Hao TFC69-A) with some 120 Rollei ATP 1.1. Just a still life of some onions. I love the camera, but this film is a nightmare to handle and flatten after processing and drying. I tried reverse rolling on a plastic reel, but even after two days it still coils up like a snake. Any tips for dealing with unruly film like this? No problems with TMAX, but I like the grainless high accutance ATP negs.

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    Got a new Holga from Holgamod.com today, with close focusing to 2 feet. This one looks pretty sharp too

    This new one is definitely much better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Testing a new 6x9 (Shen Hao TFC69-A) with some 120 Rollei ATP 1.1. Just a still life of some onions. I love the camera, but this film is a nightmare to handle and flatten after processing and drying. I tried reverse rolling on a plastic reel, but even after two days it still coils up like a snake. Any tips for dealing with unruly film like this? No problems with TMAX, but I like the grainless high accutance ATP negs.

    Look into wetmounting when scanning. on a glass flatbed it's really easy. Most of the curl goes away after a few months if stored flat.
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    Look into wetmounting when scanning. on a glass flatbed it's really easy. Most of the curl goes away after a few months if stored flat.
    Thanks Lars. I may check out the wet mounting possibilities. The Rollie ATP 1.1 is the only film that is giving me curling problems after processing. Almost as bad as trying to put bait in a mousetrap w/o snapping your fingers when loading negs into the Nikon glass carrier. Ambient humidity is also getting low now so that may also aggravate the curling problem after drying. I thought that this Rollei marketing statement was a real joke:

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    I really envy your painting ability, those are quite nice. My ability is limited to stick figures with crayons
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