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Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by jnanian, Sep 2, 2014.
From the recent roll of Portra 400.
Reworking my darkroom space, so just scans for now... Bronica S2a, Zenzanon 100mm w/yellow filter, and Ilford FP4+ in Ilfosol 3 1+14
Carbon Transfer print.
Portland head? I really want to come back there!
Correct I'm only 35 minutes away, but don't get there nearlyas often as I should.
whole bunch of small prints, some failed reversals and other "stuff"
rc (matte finish) and hand coated self made emulsion on cheep paper.
A sheet of Portra 160 in 4x5.
Tried some Fomatone 532 for the first time andI like it. Did portraits of my son in Moersch Eco 4812 developer. One of those I toned in polysulfide toner, but it went off too light and yellow for my taste. Need to experiment with much shorter toning times.
Shot and processed yesterday. One roll FP4+ 24 exposure in my new to me Lomography Horizon Kompakt. The negatives look really good exc. the last frames overlap.
The abovementioned sheet of Portra 160.
Twenty-something prints for postcard exchange 42 And just finished a roll of HP5+ in 120, taken on a walk in the forest with my kids and the ‘blad.
Developed a couple of rolls of Fomapan 120 today
bunch of hand coated ( home made emulsion ) negatives and prints
Making carbon prints this morning.
This road in East Jordan, MI. Delta 100, DDX.
Fall Road by Dory Breaux, on Flickr
About 10 prints of Fomatone 532 in 7.5x9. Tried again to tone in polysulfide, but for just 20 secs or so. This is looking a lot more like what I want. Some of these are for my family, but I alxo printed some stuff for the Blind Print Exchange.
One of the carbon prints I recently made (not a sharp reproduction of the print, but not too bad if kept to 4x10 on your screen). From a 4x10 camera negative (modified 8x10 darkslide).
Mill Creek, Fall, Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park
I know Mill Creek well... have caught a couple steelhead over the years standing on the bank across from where it meets the Smith. On my way home I often take the road on the South side through the trees, sometimes stopping along the way to walk down the creek. I really love that place.
This is one of those places. Steep drop off the road then a scramble down to the creek. Interesting getting the 8x10 down there and back, but in 2014 I was a much younger man. Carbon printing (single transfer) reverses the image, so that might throw you off some in reconizing the place. I spend most of my time a little further south (and closer to home) along Prairie Creek and up Redwood Creek.
A roll of HP5+ two days ago, to see if my lens focuses alright or if all the front-focusing is my fault. It is 150% my fault
A roll of Portra 400-135 pushed to 800.
I've just developed my first roll of 35mm FP4+ in Kodak D76, and this was one of the most exciting things l've ever experienced! It's safe to say that l'm officially hooked to film.
The scans finally arrived today, unfortunately l couldn't edit my previous post.
Maxxum 35-80mm (thanks to shutterfinger's and E. von Hoegh's advice l've managed to take a photo at 1/3s and achieve acceptable sharpness. It's the first one)
Tokina SD/AF 70-210 (still learning how to handle a telephoto, calculating the depth of field etc...)
Sorry for spamming with so many photos, the initial euphoria has not worn off yet!
I like the interior image.
From the aforementioned roll of Portra 400 pushed to 800.
Gare de Strasbourg
Canon AE-1 Program
Canon FD 28/2.8
Kodak Portra 400 pushed one stop