What films did you shoot most recently? (Part 2)

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by Sean, Apr 24, 2012.

  1. Kodachromeguy

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    I used one of my dwindling number of rolls of Panatomic-X 120 in my Rolleiflex. This was exposed at ISO 20, 1/4 sec at f/11 with yellow filter, and developed in Xtol. The scene is the Little Bayou Pierre in Port Gibson, Mississippi. Port Gibson is the town that General U.S. Grant did not burn during the American Civil War because he like the architecture of the town so much.
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  2. Thomas Bertilsson

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    For World Pinhole Photography Day:
    120 Fuji Provia 100F
    120 Kodak Ektachrome 100 (EPP)
    120 Kodak E100SW
    And a roll of Kentmere 400 135-36 through the Canon to document a few things.

    For the rest:
    120 Fuji 160 NPS
    120 Fuji 800 NPZ
    135-24 Fuji Superia 400 (experimenting with some old expired film, and it seems to do quite well at EI 100, processed normal)
     
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    fomapan 400 in retina iiis, fomapan 400 in perkeo 1 same in rolleiflex and balda super baldax, vitessa t and ikonta b
     
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    Fuji Acros 100 in a Canon F1n, I haven't finished it yet .
     
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    Fuji Astia 100 in 120 is one of my temporarilly favorites - I still wonder about the natural pale colors.
    It is a good choice for different motives.
    You got a collor-look (different to saturated colors) wich might be good in use to a modest matter-of-fact-style.
    Herefore : architecture,fashion but also
    one landscape.
    It is no need to use Velvia50 "ever" on
    landscape - by the time.
    The film I would like to have it so much
    is also indeed :

    Fujichrome Fortia SP - only avaible as 135 and 120.

    This was a re-released Limited Edition
    slide film at ISO50 from Fuji in 2007 !
    with extremly HIGH COLOR SATURATION.
    (apparently higher that velvia50) !!!

    Well - total different than Astia100 - but
    very exotic of cause. (sold out within a few month )

    with regards
     
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    Two rolls and 14 frames of E100VS down at Steveston this am, with one of my favorite combinations: An M6 with a 50mm Summicron. A very productive and satisfying morning that could only have been made more so had I not run out of film (I finished the trip shooting a dozen or so pictures with my iPhone... (sigh).
     
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    Trying out the new Bergger 400 film today in 120 size..winging it for exposure and development
     
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    I found Bergger 400 to give acceptable results with exposures anything between -1 to +2:

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    Finished a roll of Ektar in 120.

    Exposed 2 sheets of Portra 400 in 4x5.

    All of the above to be processed in the next day or so.
     
  10. Fifteen rolls of Kodak Portra 400 120
     
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    1x sensia 100 expired in 2005... looks very good, can't find any issues despite its age.
    1x fresh velvia 100 but i can't say i liked it very much, strange color palette and contrast.
    1x provia 400x expired in march 2015, turned out very nice!
     
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    a sample from the 12-year-past-expiration-date sensia, 35mm of course. I guess when the datasheet says it keeps well over extended periods of time, they mean it!

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    dmtnkl, great image!
     
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    A roll of fresh Ilford Delta 400 plus a roll of expired Provia 400X in the Mamiya 6 locally.
    Six rolls of Portra 400 in the Hasselblad 503 in Barcelona.
    A couple of rolls of Tri-X in the M2, also in BCN.
     
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    Good old Kodacolour Gold 200 - recently got my Spotmatic F back from Eric Hendrickson, all tuned up and ready to go, and took it out today with a 50/4 S-M-C Macro as a walkaround lens. The perfect choice for the lens, which goes to f/22 for the sunny moments and did not need to be faster than f/4.
     
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    Seven rolls and a bit of FP4+ with the Hasselblads of landscapes and assorted nature up here in Jasper National Park. A little disheartening to see the damage the pine beetles have done since my last visit: The plague has moved southward down the Icefields Parkway as well as put in an appearance in the Maligne Valley. And the aftermath of the fall 2015 fire near Medicine Lake brings to mind some of David Hume Kennerly's Pulitzer pictures of Vietnam in 1972 (?). One of my favorite places to stop in the park has been reduced to a charred wasteland; given twenty years or so, I may return with the Hasselblads and some color film...
     
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    When it comes to forest fire damage, I try to take the long view.
    Fires are a natural method of ensuring forest re-generation.
    It is just that forests are a lot more patient than we are.
     
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    A roll of Portra 400 in 120.

    A roll of TX400 in 135.

    A sheet of Portra 160 in 4x5.

    A sheet of Portra 400 in 4x5.

    Feels good to move through the formats.
     
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    5x4 HP5 and 120 Delta 100, both excellent reliable films.

    Ian
     
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    In the past 7-10 days, I've shot 400TX, 400TMY-2, 100TMX, Acros 100, Delta 400, HP5+, Portra 400, Ektar 100, Fuji 400H, and some Lomography CN100.

    Even though I've got preferences for personal work, for paid work, I shoot what's most appropriate for the job, or the film the client requests (if they make that request).
     
  23. Andrew O'Neill

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    Kodak 4x5 HIE, expired in '67.
     
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    Rollei (Agfa) CN 200, just for the {whatever} of it. Yeah, kinda strange color rendition, which I expected.

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    dmr great composition!
     
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    120 Ilford XP2 Super re-spooled by me on 620 spools. One roll that I exposed in a Kodak Medalist II came out nicely. I also have a roll loaded in a 620 Brownie just to see how it comes out. When I was a youngster the long-gone family Kodak was a 620 Brownie.