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Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by Sean, Apr 24, 2012.
A sheet of Ektar in 4x5.
2 rolls of Fujifilm Natura film. My god, what amazing color. Of course, just after I shoot my first rolls of this film, it gets discontinued. Thank you Fujifilm for your support of film!
Ten rolls of Portra 400 in 120, and a half-dozen rolls of Tri-X in 120. Plus two rolls of some painfully expired Maco 820c IR Aura. I'm going to have to toss the remainder - it's probably 3-4 stops off now, plus high base fog. And I can't use it in my pinhole because the film advance is by red window, which blasts the hell out of the film through the backing paper.
4 sheets of HP5 8x10
4 sheets of HP5 4x5
2 sheets of double-sided green latitude XRAY, 14x17
Three rolls and a bit (7 frames) of E100VS with my F6. Out the door first thing in the am to shoot the Remembrance Day ceremonies downtown or Chinatown (haven't yet decided which); likely more E100VS, as well as some HP5+.
A sheet of Portra 160 in 4x5.
1 roll of Ektar 100 135/36
1 roll of Agfa CT Precisa 100 135/36
The lab however had some kind of a problem with the second developer and the images did not fully reverse from negative to positive, basically specially in the shadow areas of all the images there was a strange red cast, i'll forgive them for it though as they only charged me the mounts of the few slides that came out ok-ish, and they said they will only develop 10 rolls on the same chemistry instead of 12-13.
Been nailing down my times for foma 100 and xtol...geez I'm a die hard tmy400 guy and also am flirting with delta 100..but there is something about the foma that's special
Like I always recommend pick a film...learn it and stick with it...we are blessed with so many good films!@
Just finished off two part rolls of PanF+ this morning (15 frames in total) that had been loaded/started in late October (!) on a trip up to Banff National Park. Found the the two A12s this am cleaning my gear, getting ready for a trip up the Sunshine Coast on Friday or Saturday. In for processing to The Lab tomorrow am, along with 15 rolls of 120 E100G, shot over the course of the last two weeks.
After a couple speed tests, just got my first accurately exposed roll of Kodak Recording film 2475 back! Very happy with the grainy results.
Just loaded up another roll of Ultrafine Extreme 400 into my new/old XA2. It's been developing with a purple tinge, but the HP5+ I shot alongside fixed fine. I think this film is just purple...
I developed some Ultrafine Xtreme 400 about 6 weeks ago that did not have a tint to it. Maybe you have a different batch of film or different chemicals. The film was from a bulk roll I got this year, and I was using Kodak D-76 and Kodak Fixer.
Bulk from a few years back that I froze. Rodinal 1:50 Ilford rapid fix 1:9.
A roll of Portra 400 exposed and processed at EI800. I will do this again.
Two rolls of 35mm HP5+ in a Soverized F2AS. Snow has been falling (!!) in the Lower Mainland since mid-morning, so out came the black and white...
120 Portra 400, 120 Acros 100. Family photos and old aircraft.
Two rolls of 35mm E100VS, with an F5 and F6, on Tuesday pm and yesterday am, of the snowfall that descended on Vancouver mid-Tuesday am. Was down at Granville Island when the worst part of the storm hit; spent several hours (seriously chilled), shooting (took the foot ferry to Beach and hoofed it for a couple of hours), but returned home several hours later, knowing I got some worthwhile pics.
Several rolls of slightly expired Fuji Velvia 50 through my 1938 Agfa Jsolette.
Now I need to get it developed.
Used to love that, especially developed in Rodinal! I've recently been shooting lots of HP5 + in 120, as well as XP2 and Fujicolour Superia in 35mm.
A sheet of TXP in 4x5.
Ilford Pan 400. Cheap, and very, very good.
paper film ( paper negatives )
Four rolls of 35mm E100G and a roll of 35mm E100VS, yesterday, hoofing around town. One of those oh-so-rare days when you just know you've has some serious hits. Days like yesterday make up for days like today: low clouds, a bald sky, diminished visibility. Desire to head out with a camera is curiously absent; taking a break from reading American Sphinx, Joseph J. Ellis's Thomas Jefferson biography. Tomorrow (Christmas Day) shows a bit of sun in the forecast, so it may be another day to do some more exploring with a Nikon or two in tow. Ektachrome stash now stands at 21 rolls of 35mm PB 01/14 E100VS, 56 rolls of 35mm PB 01/14 E100G (found a couple more rolls in a double zip-lock bag this am), and 14 propacks of 120 PB 01/14 E100G. The 120 Ektachrome should last until next fall; the 35mm until late spring/early summer. Hopefully our friends at Kodak will have the new E100 out by the time my stash is exhausted.
120 FP4, shooting old cars around San Francisco this afternoon. Going to go out tonight with 120 Acros & 120 Portra 400 and photograph around the City. There are some nice light sculptures and a Chinese restaurant that I’ve had my eyes on.
Kodak Pro 100 (120 format) from 1998 and kept refrigerated until last month.
Used it at ISO 25 with good results. Color was good.