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  1. Re: How do you convert a color negative after you scan it?

    I also use Vuescan & ColorPerfect. I spot in PS, then use Lightroom for final tweaks.
  2. Re: Subjectively, Objective Volume 4: John Sanderson: National Character

    Excellent, I've been following the SO instagram for quite some time, you're in great company, well done.
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    Re: Linear Raw Scans Wanted

    So this is pretty much something similar to colorperfect/neg - are you anticipating that it will be a photoshop plugin or standalone? Something which could be worked into a lightroom workflow would...
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    Re: Post Your Hiking Photos - Any Format

    EDIT... forgot I already posted some of these! Removed!

    The view from Kinder Scout:
    https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4400/36143268394_8d87894087_b.jpg

    On the way back from a fogbound...
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    Very nice, gelled light to the right rear too?
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    Re: Sticky Fabric om Harrison Tents

    What period of time are we talking about? My Harrison tent has been stored in the bag since I bought it 10 years ago and there is no stickiness. Maybe climate also plays a part, it's never...
  7. Re: Pur water filtration instead of Distilled water?

    I also use a Brita filter.
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    Really like this one.
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    Cheers!




    going a bit OT still (sorry!), but yes, I'm pretty sure this one shot on C41 was with the 165:

    https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5557/14800760459_da676ab363_b.jpg

    It does have a...
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    Going OT here, but this illustrates the vignette issue...
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    Thank you.


    Thanks Pau




    No, the vignette is due to a compromise in filtering. I have a lee 100mm 85b filter that I mount in a lee filterhood, unfortunately my 165/8 has a 105mm filter...
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    Yup - I can't afford to shoot fresh 8x10 colour :D

    Thanks.



    Thanks again.
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4446/23885866338_1e821b2945_b.jpg

    8x10 E64T, expired 2005, Sinar P2 & Schneider 165/8 SA
  14. Re: Longest expired transparency film you have used successfully?

    This is one of the 94 expired Ektachrome 200 shots I took yesterday. I shot this at 100 ASA as a compromise, but it turned out to actually be a little overexposed - I'll try 160 next time.

    There's...
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4446/37682435636_0364fda5c6_b.jpg

    8x10 Ektachrome 200, expired 1994, Sinar P2 & Schneider 300/5.6 Symmar

    Shot, developed, & scanned yesterday.
  16. Re: Longest expired transparency film you have used successfully?

    So I just developed some 1994 Ektachrome 200, I shot one sheet at box and one at 100, the 100 looks better but tbh both are fine.

    I'll put up a scan when I get round to it.
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4480/37004414394_c7bc11e17a_b.jpg
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    Re: CL81 alternative

    The modifications worked a treat. Although I still prefer by far the build quality of the CL81, I just picked up another multitank 5 which will get it's own CL81 - can't be bothered with having to...
  19. Re: Longest expired transparency film you have used successfully?

    I'm shooting E64T that expired in 2004, it comes out perfectly (I can't notice any issues anyway). I've only kept it fridge stored since I picked it up on this forum in 2008.

    I've some 1995...
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    Re: CL81 alternative

    So, some work with the dremel was required, the inner diameter of the end caps of the holder where they are pressed onto it's central core are only a fraction of a millimetre wider than the Jobo...
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    Re: Film vs digital for long exposures

    I shot my first long night expsoure ever this summer. Shot on Kodak E64T in 8x10. It's still waiting to be souped, anyhow it was a 2 minute exposure which I believe is well within the norm for this...
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    Re: Schneider 165/8 SA rear filtering?

    More great suggestions, thanks.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    I want a drum scanner :D
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    Very nice.
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    Re: Third party Jobo tanks on eBay.

    Looking at the label on the tank it seems to show that only 300ml of chemistry is required to develop 3 8x10 sheets with their PL810 reel. This is half the chemistry that the CL81 requires.... Not...
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    Re: Third party Jobo tanks on eBay.

    Found this one which has better photos -> http://www.ebay.com/itm/Poilot-P2550-Multitank5-135-120-sheet-Film-developing-Tank-for-JOBO-Processor-/232438714529

    From the pics it looks identical in...
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    Re: Schneider 165/8 SA rear filtering?

    Some good ideas everyone. I'll probably try the gel in bellows option first then keep my eyes open for cheap used x-pro stuff on the bay of fleas.

    I've less than 50 sheets of E64T left to shoot,...
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    Re: Schneider 165/8 SA rear filtering?

    I'd better get saving some beans for the X-Pro then.
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    Schneider 165/8 SA rear filtering?

    I regularly shoot 8x10 Tungsten film using a P2 & Schneider 165/8 SA lens wide open (environmental portraiture).

    To correct the Tungsten film to daylight I use a 100mm 85b filter in a Lee filter...
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    Re: Great app for managing your Film Holders

    I must be doing it completely wrong, I've never taken a note of what I shot, camera settings, or what sheet was in which holder to date.

    Why would I need to?

    Granted I'm still (just) this side...
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    Thanks for the comments, the vignette is caused by the 105mm step down adapter that I use to fit a 100mm square Lee 85b colour correction filter in order to shoot the E64T in daylight.

    I should...
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4462/37542857136_bccedc2b69_b.jpg
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    Re: 2017 Portraits: October

    https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4462/37313709540_60bf4fb7dc_b.jpg
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    Re: CL81 alternative

    Simple, 4 sheets per holder. Which means less time developing, and slightly more economical chemical usage.

    Anyhow, it'll get one more try and if there's no success it'll be ditched.
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    Re: CL81 alternative

    CL81 photos look great, and this is with the chemicals reused from the first batch.

    Looks like the density issues were actually due to the lack of rotation, these slides look beautiful.
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    Re: CL81 alternative

    Here's an example:
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    Re: CL81 alternative

    Well, the bad news is that the claims of the vendor that no o-rings are required turns out to be false...

    Not sure if this image will show:
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    Re: CL81 alternative

    First batch is in the ATL1500 now. Tetenal E6. Will hopefully report back later today.
  39. Re: JOBO ATL 1000 Temperature probe - any cheap alternative?

    It will most likely be an NTC sensor since those are a lot more accurate than thermocouples (which are designed for big temp ranges). My money would be on a 10K NTC sensor since those are the most...
  40. Re: Looking for advice: 8x10 300mm f5.6 Portrait lens

    This was shot on a Schneider 300/5.6 Symmar wide open on 8x10:

    https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3594/3555623689_b0ab988182_b.jpg

    It's a big heavy lens however so may not be the best choice for...
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