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    France, Gartempe river, summer 2022

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabe View Post
    Hasselblad 501CM, Planar 3.5/100 CFi, Rollei IR400, Hoya R72, DD-X.

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    Wonderful Gabe,
    Iím waiting for my R72 filter to arrive. How do you compensate for this filter , just an extra 5 stops or Ö.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickMarq View Post
    Wonderful Gabe,
    I’m waiting for my R72 filter to arrive. How do you compensate for this filter , just an extra 5 stops or ….
    Thanks Patrick.

    From my experiments with it 4 stops compensation from box speed seems to be the sweet spot (at least with this film/dev combo), although if it's an important scene I would advise bracketing as the IR light will vary depending on location, elevation, weather, time of year and so on.

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    A friend of ours' husband is a well-known blues musician in the area, and he played a small show last night here in town. I have some Ilford 3200 I needed to use so I loaded up a couple of rolls in my Pentax 67ii, which miraculously decided it would start working again (the meter has been on the fritz for a couple of years). This was a good sign, and I decided I wanted to try some experimental double-exposures. This venue is themed after tree roots (the stage is in the basement) and this gave me the perfect material to work with.

    Pentax 67ii, 165mm f/2.8, Ilford 3200 rated at 2500 (two exposures at -1) and dev'd in Acufine stock for 9 minutes:

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    Corran, Good to see you experimenting, nice result too.

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    Thanks John. It's been awhile since doing photography at concerts/bars; it's fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    Great shot Bryan. Back in the day, I shot a lot of concerts (The most challenging being the Vermont Symphony Orchestra, where I couldn't use any artificial light). But I never got anything as good as this!
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    Thank you Michael! I loved doing orchestra and theatre shots back in the day, especially BTS-style - though I usually used digital making it much easier with little or no light!
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    Boxer Rebellion (1900). Pentax 67 120mm soft focus lens.

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