what is the last thing you developed or printed

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  1. WilmarcoImaging

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    From the recent roll of Portra 400.
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    Reworking my darkroom space, so just scans for now... Bronica S2a, Zenzanon 100mm w/yellow filter, and Ilford FP4+ in Ilfosol 3 1+14

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    Carbon Transfer print.
     
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    Portland head? I really want to come back there!
     
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    Correct :smile: I'm only 35 minutes away, but don't get there nearlyas often as I should.
     
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    whole bunch of small prints, some failed reversals and other "stuff"
    rc (matte finish) and hand coated self made emulsion on cheep paper.
     
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    A sheet of Portra 160 in 4x5.
     
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    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.

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    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.
     
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    The abovementioned sheet of Portra 160.
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    Twenty-something prints for postcard exchange 42 :smile: And just finished a roll of HP5+ in 120, taken on a walk in the forest with my kids and the ‘blad.

    Lars
     
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    Developed a couple of rolls of Fomapan 120 today
     
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    bunch of hand coated ( home made emulsion ) negatives and prints
     
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    A sheet of Portra 160 in 4x5.
     
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    Making carbon prints this morning.
     
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    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.

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    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
     

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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    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 :D
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    A roll of Portra 400-135 pushed to 800.
     
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    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.
     
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    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)
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    Tokina SD/AF 70-210 (still learning how to handle a telephoto, calculating the depth of field etc...)
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    Sorry for spamming with so many photos, the initial euphoria has not worn off yet! :D
     
  26. WilmarcoImaging

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    I like the interior image.

    From the aforementioned roll of Portra 400 pushed to 800.

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    Gare de Strasbourg
    Canon AE-1 Program
    Canon FD 28/2.8
    Kodak Portra 400 pushed one stop
     
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