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  1. Grabbed the yellow foil tube, ripped it open, popped the film into the SWC. Meter to 320, shoot pictures, practicing my scale-focusing technique. Got home, popped the roll out, into the darkroom, "TMax 400 - hmm, HC-110, 4.5 minutes 72°F normal" Developed away. Poured out the developer - looked like a slasher movie - red gore everywhere. What the....? Got the film into the stop bath, and then grabbed for the backing paper in the trash. "KODAK EKTAR 100" (My mistake of course - but gosh-darn Kodak for giving up on the old color-coded individual wrappers. Green for 400 B&W, Red for CN, Purple for Plus-X/Tmax 100. I've loaded and exposed the wrong film before, in the distant past - never unintentionally run a roll through the wrong process before, though.) Went ahead and fixed - there are images there. Dense reddish base, of course. Finished as for B&W, wash and Photoflo. Actually - for underexposed two stops, run through the wrong chemicals for the normal (wrong) time at the wrong temperature - the results are amazingly usable! I wanted B&W, and that's what I got. Not God's gift to the Zone System for tonality, perhaps, but certainly within the functional range for gritty street shots. A bit on the contrasty side - and with ZERO latitude. Shots that were right on the money scanned very well - but 1/2 stop under were really thin on shadow detail. Bit of sludging on some frames - if they were important shots, I'd rewash and use C-41 stabilizer instead of Photoflo for the final bath. Very fine grain. Interesting that Ektar 100, usually known for bright reds, in this case reproduced red/orange/pink very dark (DOGGS kiosk was pink, drink crates red, traffic cone orange).
  2. Sjauch

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    From the album: Leica

  3. Sjauch

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    From the album: Leica

    Largest Indoor Buddha in Western Hemisphere.
  4. I just noticed a competition over at http://www.iloverangefinders.com to win 10 rolls of portra if you send your best rangefinder pics Anyone know of any other competitions where film is the prize ? The price of provia has gone up quite a bit , and im not too keen on ektar even though it is quite cheap compared to.
  5. anabasis

    Ektar 100

    Well Kodak seems to have re-introduced the Ektar line of very fine grain print films. I was in NYC last week and picked up three rolls when I was visiting the B&H superstore. The first roll went into my R8 and we will see what we can shoot once it warms up enough for me to venture forth. I read somewhere that some people like exposing it at ISO 80, and am wondering if anyone has any opinions on that? I shot the old Ektar 25, 125 and even the 1000 ISO films back in the early 1990's and even managed to buy some of the old stuff last year. Unfortunately it wasn't stored correctly all of these years and is nothing more than for weird experimenting (muddly colors and the grain isn't what it should be). In any case, I am hoping that the new stuff will work well and let that Leica glass really shine. Does anyone else have any experience and/or hints with this new film that they'd like to share? B/Regards, Jeremy
  6. ddp

    Ektar 100 Images

    First roll of the new Ektar 100, shot over the past few weeks. Interesting film.
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