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  1. I shot this in Beijing in 1998 using a Leica M6 and 50mm Summicron f2 lens. The film was Tri-X. I have just got around to scanning it as part of my efforts to digitise many years of film images. I guess these streets have disappeared now since the rebuilding for the Olympics. I have just started shooting film again with a M7!
  2. Hi, I have started to get funny looking grain on my B&W shots that I've developed with HC-110. This has been the way the last two rolls have looked. I'm suspecting that my fixer is old but that's just a random guess. I'm using Dilution B and this was stock box speed Tri-X. Has anyone seen this? They sort of look like rice grains.
  3. Road and lake near Reykjavik M7 w/35mm Summicron on Tri-X Cafe Paris, Reykjavik
  4. M7 with 35mm Summicron on Tri-X 400 dev HC 110B Epson V500 scanner
  5. I'm a noob but I realize how much film costs already. I priced a 100' roll of Illford HP5 at B&H; it's $55.00 If I get 20 rolls out of that that comes out to $2.75 a roll...not bad at all. Even with buying the film cassettes and bulk loader it's cheaper than buying Tri-X. Do you more experienced folks see any flaw in my plan?
  6. I was mulling over the question of shooting Tri-X at different speeds and was wondering if during a roll, what would happen if I found myself needing to shoot at high ISO and then much lower ISO. So, I took these shots in my office at work. I developed them in Diafine at the normal 3 minute time. My scanner automatically compensated for any major deviation in lightness or darkness. No...they are not great and yes, I have some surge marks but it does answer the question for me; " what if I have to go indoors to shoot a few shots at 1600 when I've already shot most of my roll of Tri-X a
  7. Scan-150527-0034 by Pete, on Flickr 28mm Summicron, Tri-X, D76 1:1, 10mins@20C, Plustek 8100, Vuescan The Riggs, St John's In The Vale, Nr Keswick/Threlkeld, Cumbria, England Pete
  8. Taken in the Soho area of London in 1999 and just discovered whilst trawling through my negatives. It would have been Leica M6 and is Tri-X. Gerry
  9. Another from my first visit to Italy in March 1999. This was taken in Montepulciano (Tuscany/Toscana) using a Leica M6 with Tri-X film but I have no other details recorded. Looking at the image I would assume 50mm Summicron f2. Gerry
  10. gwpics

    Lapdog

    Leica M7, 50mm Zeiss Sonnar f1.5 and Kodak Tri-X @400iso. Processed through commercial lab and then using LRCC. Gerry
  11. fotomas

    Am schaffen

    M6, 35CronASPH1, TRI-X
  12. gwpics

    Boss

    Leica M7 + 35mm Summarit f2.5. Kodak Tri-X commercially processed. LRCC. Portsmouth, England 2017 Gerry
  13. I have pushed Tri-X to ISO 1600 with good results but I never though it was possible to go to 6400 without a serious loss of image quality. Kodak Tri-X is truly a dynamic and capable emulsion; it's all in the processing...
  14. From UK Film Lab http://ukfilmlab.com/2016/04/03/black-white-film-exposure-test-comparisons-kodak-tri-x-400/ Pete
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