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    Re: March Portraits 2019

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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    a number of studio portraits, shot with the Toyo/Omega View 45D:

    Shot on expired and mostly underexposed T-Max 100 (at some point I will have to admit that I'm really bad in transferring digital readings to analog exposure in the studio):


    Shot on expired and cross-processed Fuji CDU film. First one was horribly underexposed/underdeveloped.


    The first three were shot with the Schneider Xenar 150mm/f5.6, the last one was shot with the Sinaron-S 240mm/f5.6.

    No photoshop apart from spotting.

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    They look great to me! If you're talking about getting light levels set with a digital camera, my experience is that the digital cameras are significantly more sensitive at a given rating than film is.
    You often feel tired, not because you've done too much, but because you've done too little of what sparks a light in you.
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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Took and developed this one today.
    But now that I see it this way I see some strange things going on... Like... noise?

    Kodak T-Max 400
    Ilfosol 3 (1/9)


    AstridStockmans by Smith De Westelinck, on Flickr

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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Love it Luke

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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by thicktheo View Post
    a number of studio portraits, shot with the Toyo/Omega View 45D:

    Shot on expired and mostly underexposed T-Max 100 (at some point I will have to admit that I'm really bad in transferring digital readings to analog exposure in the studio):


    Shot on expired and cross-processed Fuji CDU film. First one was horribly underexposed/underdeveloped.


    The first three were shot with the Schneider Xenar 150mm/f5.6, the last one was shot with the Sinaron-S 240mm/f5.6.

    No photoshop apart from spotting.
    I love these! That all black one of 'Ana' is just gorgeous!

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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by neildw View Post
    Took and developed this one today.
    But now that I see it this way I see some strange things going on... Like... noise?
    They look like scanning / sharpening artifacts... is this the first time you encounter this??



    Quote Originally Posted by Peter De Smidt View Post
    They look great to me! If you're talking about getting light levels set with a digital camera, my experience is that the digital cameras are significantly more sensitive at a given rating than film is.
    Yes, I need to be over-exposing by at least one stop when I shoot in the studio (and use the light meter of the digital cameras). But I constantly forget to do so.

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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by thicktheo View Post
    a number of studio portraits, shot with the Toyo/Omega View 45D:

    Shot on expired and mostly underexposed T-Max 100 (at some point I will have to admit that I'm really bad in transferring digital readings to analog exposure in the studio):


    Shot on expired and cross-processed Fuji CDU film. First one was horribly underexposed/underdeveloped.


    The first three were shot with the Schneider Xenar 150mm/f5.6, the last one was shot with the Sinaron-S 240mm/f5.6.

    No photoshop apart from spotting.
    SPOT ON MAN!!! <-- caps on purpose.
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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by thicktheo View Post
    a number of studio portraits, shot with the Toyo/Omega View 45D:

    Shot on expired and mostly underexposed T-Max 100 (at some point I will have to admit that I'm really bad in transferring digital readings to analog exposure in the studio):


    Shot on expired and cross-processed Fuji CDU film. First one was horribly underexposed/underdeveloped.


    The first three were shot with the Schneider Xenar 150mm/f5.6, the last one was shot with the Sinaron-S 240mm/f5.6.

    No photoshop apart from spotting.
    These are just awesome. Makes me never want to post anything on this forum.

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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    Long time lurker, my first contribution to the portrait threads!

    Wista 45 SP, Rodenstock Sironar-N 210mm at f8.0. Kodak T-Max 100 developed in ilford DD-X.

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