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Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by Sean, Apr 24, 2012.
3 rolls of Fujifilm 400H shot this Christmas morning.
Roll of Portra 800 in the RB67 for family Christmas photos.
Ektachrome 200 mostly
A roll of Ultrafine Extreme 400 @ 800 through an XA2. Still coming out purple tinged though...I've learned to live with cheap purple film.
Fomapan 200 120 format, using the sunny 16 rule, and my phone lightmeter app (which is basically worthless for outdoor use). Developed in D76.
A roll of E100G in an F5, of the "dusting" of snow we had early afternoon yesterday. Nothing too spectacular, but should have a few worthwhile photos for my efforts.
All exposed while at my daughter and son in law's house for Christmas.
Some JCH Streetpan 400 in 35mm through my Zeiss Ikon with the ZM Planar attached and developed in Beutler 1:1:8 for 11 minutes. Still hanging but I will likely get it scanned today.
A 120 roll of Kodak TMY 400 shot at EI 1600 in my Agfa Jsolette and developed in some D-23 1:1 for 21 minutes. First time I've used D-23 to develop pushed film. I'll scan it but I am also going to make a contact sheet to see how it developed for printing.
Another 120 roll of Ilford Delta Pro 3200 in my Agfa Jsolette. Will get this developed sometime today.
This Christmas and New year :
2 rolls Provia 100F
1 roll Kodak ColorPlus 200
1 roll Fujicolor C200
Running a SFX 200 in my Leica M4-P, a long gone Panatomic-X in my Ikonta 521/A and a Agfa Optima 100 in my Rolleiflex T.
More HP5 + on a snowy walk round the Eden Valley in North Cumbria.
Ran some UltraMax 400 as a test roll in our back yard last week. Definitely not the Kodacolor VR 400 that we all remember from the mid-'80s. Accurate color, tight grain, good contrast. Actually made a lowly 43-86 zoom look good.
XP2 in 120, on a very cold but clear day on the hills overlooking the north end of Ullswater (Heughscar Hill), along with an ancient roll of Ektachrome 100 SW in my XA2.
FP4+, Tmax100, Portra 160, & Cinestill 800T - all in 120. The Cinestill is a new (to me) film that has some interesting low light qualities.
Some Ilford HP5+ 4x5 sheet film yesterday.
Ilford fp4+ 4x5 sheet film, lomography lady grey 400 120 film.
Four sheets of 11x14 (Efke100 IR) yesterday. I just now realized I shot it at ISO 100, thinking I had FP4+ in it. Dang -- should have used the Efke at ISO 25, but had my meter at 100. I'll be lucky to get anything printable...Efke has terrible resciprocity failure and the exposures were 30 to 60 seconds long. Oh, well, it was beautiful there.
fujicolor 200 ( 110 ) super 200/400, plus x, tri x ( 135), arista400 (120 ) and jlaneplates
A roll of long expired TMZ P3200 in the Canon FX.
A roll of long expired TX 400 in the Minolta SR-1.
Love the cadence of an all-manual camera with prime lens.
Finished a 120-format roll of Portra 160NC from 2004 (refrigerated).
Treated it as ISO 100.
Results were good as far as color. Only issue I discovered was from my element-swapped Zeiss Nettar.
1 roll Fujicolor C200 through the EOS 300
1 roll Velvia 50 through the X-700
4"x5" TMax 100 & 400
Four rolls of FP4+ 120 through my Lomo Belair over the weekend. And four rolls of Tri-X 120 through the RZ-67 the weekend prior.
Just the one roll of XP2 in my C330-the weather was cloudy and rainy but the Lake District always provides something interesting whatever the weather.
HP5+, APX 400 new, Silvermax.
On a week long business trip I took two rolls of film with me. HP5+ and Adox Silvermax, both coming from bulk rolls. Unfortunately, and without noticing, I made the mistake and took a short 24 exp roll of HP5 with me. Shooting in the afternoon in heavy overcast E.I. 400 weather I was snapshotting along and hit the end of the roll.
Luckily there is a Müller drugstore in town (as it is in most towns of reasonable size), which is selling APX 400 new. At €4.99 it was more expensive than a regular roll of HP5 at my normal sources, but when you quickly need a roll of film is the perfect resource. The day was saved!
Two rolls of HP5+, rated at EI 1600, over the course of the last week or so. Not particularly productive over the course of the last several weeks; Just getting over a rather ugly, lingering case of the flu which arrived at the tail end of the Christmas and has been an unwanted guest since then.