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  1. MSV

    Faces #005

    "Faces #005" Bigger > https://msvphoto.wordpress.com/2016/05/20/faces-005 Christopher Wonder, Magician and Illusionist. Milano, Italy, 2010 © Massimo S. Volonté Fotografo​ M6ttl, 35'cron IV, Scan from film Kodak Tri-X 400
  2. Hallo, nun habe ich zum ersten Mal einen Negativfilm entwickelt. Tri-X 400@400 entwickelt in Fomadon R09 1:25. Ich habe mich nach dem folgenden Rezept genau gerichtet. DIe Probe kann ich größtenteils als gelungen bezeichnen, obwohl mir wohl wenigstens ein Fehler unterlaufen ist. Mein Negativ ist an sich schwarz von der Farbe (alle meinen bisher in Fotolabs entwickleten Tri-X hatten rosa/lilla-Färbung), eingescannte Bilder dagegen sind rosa/lilla-gefärbt. Ich habe im Internet folgede Erklärung gefunden: Wenn das Negativ farbstichig wird, meist in pink, violett, blau oder rötlich, is
  3. https://msvphoto.wordpress.com/2015/06/24/city-sickness-289/ M6ttl, 35'cron, Kodak tri-x
  4. Darn it...how disappointing. I shot a whole roll of Tri-x and when I went to develop it, I couldn't get it on the reel to save my life. I have the plastic self threading reels from Paterson and normally I leave the leader out of the roll so that I can start it outside of the changing bag but I got over confident and didn't do that....well, I couldn't get the film on the reel. It finally got so bad I tried a metal reel and that was a bust also. I got so frustrated that I just opened the changing bag and threw the whole thing in the trash. To make matters worse, I had another roll o
  5. A couple of photographs I missed when first browsing through my rolls. All taken on Kodak Tri-X film, some with my Leica M6 & 35 Summicron IV some with the mju-ii. You can see more on my flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/derphilipppp/
  6. Yesterday I was making a photographic walking with some friend in downtown Torino, when from a park suddenly hundreds of birds started to fly. It was to fast to make a perfect focus, but over all I like the result, given the location and the background it seems a photo taken several decades ago. I wasn't sure that this has to be in the street photography. M7, Summicron-M 35/2 ASPH, Tri-X 400, Semi stand development in Rodinal 1+100 cheers Massimo
  7. Street vendors in Toronto's Chinatown
  8. Beer in Dorset, South coast of UK. Beer as in the place, not the beverage. Mind you, they had beer in Beer, but that came later.
  9. A view down Lime Avenue. M7, C-Sonnar 50mm f1.5, Tri-X, Rodinal.
  10. A warm welcome awaits at Paradise Farm... M7, C-Sonnar 50mm f1.5, Tri-X, Rodinal.
  11. Crane at Old Isleworth Wharf, on the River Thames. M7, Tri-X
  12. Here is one of the batch, I had developed after a few weeks around south China and Hong Kong. I love Hong Kong - my favorite place on earth ;-) "Z" … Hong Kong streets @ night | TriX@3200 | M7 | 35 Lux ASPH Negative "scanned" with Nikon D3 + 60mm AF-D Micro Nikkor + light table in JPG.
  13. "woman in window" what do you think about life? is it important to you? are you important? does it matter, that you exist, breath, think, procreate? why do you look at me like that? do you search for answers? answers from me? i ain't got no answers. i ain't got no answers. i ain't got nothing.
  14. Hello all. Just a quicky (I hope). I've seen on this forum a couple of bits of advice about Tri-X in HC-110, both contributors clearly happy. Both expose at 320asa, and both use Dil B, but one is happy with results at 6m.30s and the other at 3m.30s which is quite a difference. I'm certainly not saying that either is wrong in any way, of course not, but should I aim somewhere in the middle? Jim.
  15. ... auf dem Nachhauseweg. M2 / 35mm Summilux-M / Tri-X
  16. Hello everybody, in a few days I will travel to L.A. and will expose some rolls of KODAK Tri-X Pan. Does anybody know a lab that developes that film good? Thanks a lot, take care, Peter__
  17. ejd

    Lido

    It looks closed for the season, but actually I think it still opens early in the morning for a few hours each day throughout the year, for the hardy few. [ATTACH]168674[/ATTACH] IIIf, Jupiter 3, Tri-X, Rodinal
  18. I've been thinking about it for some time, but I have finally decided to give it a go. I'm talking about popping off a roll of Tri-X and souping it at home. I have never developed a film in my life, so I would like some guidance, please, as to: 1. What equipment do I need? I think I need: - a daylight changing bag (yes I know I can black out a room but I'm assuming that this is easier) - a film can opener - a light-tight tank - a reel to go in the tank - a clip to hang the roll up with - a set of tongs to dry it off 2. What chemicals do I need? - insert as applicable 3
  19. Hallo allerseits, ich habe mich soeben registriert und möchte mich daher auch kurz vorstellen. Mein Name ist Alexander, ich bin 35 Jahre und seit ca. 2 Stunden im Besitz meiner ersten Leica, einer R5 (noch ohne Objektiv). Wie konnte das passieren? Ich bin in den 80er Jahren mit Polaroid & Pocketkamera aufgewachsen. Meine erste eigene Kamera war 1992 eine automatische Kompaktkamera von Canon die mich zumeist auf Reisen begleitet hat. Dann passierte lange Zeit nichts, bis ich mit der Geburt meines ersten Sohnes 2004 die Fotografie als Hobby neu entdeckt habe. Da ich in meinem Leben i
  20. Taken, complete with ludicrous vignetting, with my Elmar 35mm rather too wide open, but I like the wistful lean of the central gentleman, and the blurred features of the driver as the train glides past and away... [ATTACH]158648[/ATTACH] Tri-X HC110 M2 Elmar 35mm Actually a really rubbish scan... Must check that out. Jim.
  21. Lost but not forgotten; a Ransomes single furrow plough waiting for its time to come again! Tri-X HC110 Summaron 2.8 M2 [ATTACH]158354[/ATTACH] This and a couple more agricultural reminiscences form my new album if anyone feels like a look.
  22. M7, Tri-X...and trying out Ultrafin.
  23. Out for a walk with M2 and Elmar again. Tri-X of course. A sweep of land. I shouldn't like monoculture, and don't, but it does allow the eye to be swept about. [ATTACH]133451[/ATTACH] Each bit of the hedge seemed to be up to something [ATTACH]133452[/ATTACH] And a nice run down building with perfect disreputable brickwork [ATTACH]133453[/ATTACH] Hope you like them. All the best, Jim Jim Simon's Photographs Home
  24. Sorry about the long title. #1 I wanted to know if there are any long-term users of Tri X Pan on here. By that I mean from mid-eighties to date. #2. Has Kodak Tri X Pan changed significantly in the twenty years to the present day? As I remember comparative reviews in AP said it had slightly more contrast than HP5. It was the film of choice for photojournalism because papers didn't print colour then. I have two Computrol loaders: My original plan was to stuff one with Fomapan 100, the other with 400. Not now. One will receive a charge of Fomapan T200 to be rated at FP4 speed of 1
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