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JW PHOTO

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These three shot are scanned on the Nikon LS 8000 scanner and are all strait except the last one of the Russian tractor. I went into curves on that one and bumped up the black-point to the edge of the histogram. The film was Arista EDU Ultra 200 at (ISO 120) shot in a Rollei TLR and developed in Arista Premium Liquid/Clayton F76+. I used my Luna Star F in the incident mode for the meter reading on both images. It looks like I have way more then enough shadow detail and according to the histogram I could rate this film higher then ISO 120. The highlights held pretty good, but I might cut developing time by 30 - 45 sec. and see what happens. No these are just junk test shots, but it shows me this film/developer combo is very workable. JohnW
 

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JW PHOTO

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This one had the curves tweaked!
I'll fill you in more on this tomorrow evening.
 

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