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Thread: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

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    Do not remember if I sent these before.
    Very old negatives. YashicaMat, HP5 Film.


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    As above, cropped a bit.

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    I never tire of spending time with "The Old Man", during the brief time before the river swells and hides him from view for the next 6 months.

    Photographed on Ilford Delta 400, with the Kodak Medalist II. Look closely and see what an amazing lens this Ektar is.
    Approximately 3 seconds at F22.
    Film processed in Pyrocat HD, 16 minutes at 21C.

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    Beautiful, Paul.

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    Paul How do you get those wonderful tones?

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    Eggshells and Miracle Gro (American Beauty (1999) )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Klein View Post
    Paul How do you get those wonderful tones?
    The answer to that question is less than straightforward, but here goes....

    First, and most importantly, is simply knowing what I want the finished image to look like. I want these dark brooding tones, and lot of detail to explore, and that informs me how to accomplish this technically.

    So technically, I know I must use a tripod so I can make multi-second exposures The flat lighting demands it) and get small apertures. I always choose one of the modern emulsions for this work, favoring Ilford Delta but Tmax films are just as capable. (I avoid HP5 these days, as I find it far too flat in the upper values for what I do. Its great for portraiture and some other things, but I dislike it for this work I do).
    My developer of choice these days is Pyrocat HD, as it seems to deliver the best tonal separation and renders the overall value scale beautifully. For this, I expose at 125 to 160 ASA, to get good density with Pyrocat (You always have to lower the film speed quite a bit with Pyro developers).
    Next, the negative is selected (I bracket) and scanned with my V750, and post-processed in Silver Efex Pro 2, to get values and image color as I want it.

    Questions?

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    Hi!

    Romanic church in Sepúlveda, Segovia - Spain.


    Cruz by Antonio Gimeno, on Flickr

    Iglesia de El Salvador
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    Kind regards,
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    Tired Hitachi by tuco, on Flickr

    500C/M, CB 60mm, 100 Acros

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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Quote Originally Posted by paulbarden View Post
    The answer to that question is less than straightforward, but here goes....

    First, and most importantly, is simply knowing what I want the finished image to look like. I want these dark brooding tones, and lot of detail to explore, and that informs me how to accomplish this technically.

    So technically, I know I must use a tripod so I can make multi-second exposures The flat lighting demands it) and get small apertures. I always choose one of the modern emulsions for this work, favoring Ilford Delta but Tmax films are just as capable. (I avoid HP5 these days, as I find it far too flat in the upper values for what I do. Its great for portraiture and some other things, but I dislike it for this work I do).
    My developer of choice these days is Pyrocat HD, as it seems to deliver the best tonal separation and renders the overall value scale beautifully. For this, I expose at 125 to 160 ASA, to get good density with Pyrocat (You always have to lower the film speed quite a bit with Pyro developers).
    Next, the negative is selected (I bracket) and scanned with my V750, and post-processed in Silver Efex Pro 2, to get values and image color as I want it.

    Questions?
    Very nice. Does Silver Efex 2 have a preset for these tones or do you adjust something else?

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