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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. From UK Film Lab http://ukfilmlab.com/2016/04/03/black-white-film-exposure-test-comparisons-kodak-tri-x-400/ Pete
  3. 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 at 400??" I just thought it was interesting information. I'm NOT a pro, I'm NOT claiming some special insight...just putting this here for information.
  4. 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.
  5. Road and lake near Reykjavik M7 w/35mm Summicron on Tri-X Cafe Paris, Reykjavik
  6. M7 with 35mm Summicron on Tri-X 400 dev HC 110B Epson V500 scanner
  7. 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?
  8. 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
  9. 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...
  10. gwpics

    Boss

    Leica M7 + 35mm Summarit f2.5. Kodak Tri-X commercially processed. LRCC. Portsmouth, England 2017 Gerry
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. gwpics

    Lapdog

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

    Am schaffen

    M6, 35CronASPH1, TRI-X
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