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  1. A view down Lime Avenue. M7, C-Sonnar 50mm f1.5, Tri-X, Rodinal.
  2. A warm welcome awaits at Paradise Farm... M7, C-Sonnar 50mm f1.5, Tri-X, Rodinal.
  3. "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.
  4. ... auf dem Nachhauseweg. M2 / 35mm Summilux-M / Tri-X
  5. 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.
  6. 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__
  7. 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.
  8. Had to test my M4 this week as it has just been returned from having the shutter curtains repaired. Summaron 35mm f2.8. Took the opportunity to try a new (to me) film/dev combination, Tri-X and Rodinal R09. The Tri-X was exposed as ISO 320 and developed in the R09 @ 1+50 for 11 mins 45 secs. C+C welcomed.
  9. Swindon at it's picturesque best... MP, ZM Biogon 35mm f2, Tri-X, developed in Aculux 3 and given a pinhole treatment in SilverEfexPro2. C+C welcomed.
  10. Taken in the picturesque village of Avebury (site of the Avebury Stone Circle) earlier this week. MP, Elmarit 28mm ASPH, medium yellow filter, Tri-X developed in Aculux 3. Scanned with Epson V700 and the Epson software. C+C welcomed. PS - normally would have used Acros 100 for this type of subject, but Tri-X was in the camera, the sun was (for once) shining and I was there, so...
  11. As featured on Lydiard Parish Church, N. Wilts. M7, Summarit 75mm, Tri-X, Rodinal. C+C welcomed.
  12. A long-neglected doorway a local church. M7, Summarit 75mm, Tri-X, Rodinal R09.
  13. Not much of a view though! M7, C-Sonnar 50mm, Tri-X @ ISO 200, Rodinal R09 @ 1+50.
  14. Keith (M)

    I Beseech You!

    Or should that be 'I Beecheech You' ? Just a bit of fun. M7, Summarit 75mm, Tri-X, Rodinal R09.
  15. I wanted to construct in either LR4 or CS4 a triptych of this French farrier at work. The only way I could readily see was to use LR4's 'Print' module and output to file. Presumably there are more flexible ways? Hints & tips appreciated! M7, C-Sonnar 50mm, Tri-X @ ISO 200, Rodinal.
  16. The 'green and pleasant' fields of the local rugby club plus the club-house are making way for yet another housing development (and all a little more than a stone's throw from my house...) M7, C-Sonnar 50mm, Tri-X.
  17. No takers for an autumnal coffee-stop yesterday morning at the weekly market. M7, C-Sonnar 50mm, Tri-X rated at ISO 200 and developed in Rodinal 1:50 for nine minutes. C+C welcomed.
  18. At the Neolithic Stone Circle in Avebury, Wiltshire. MP, 28mm Elmarit ASPH, Tri-X. C+C welcomed.
  19. Crane at Old Isleworth Wharf, on the River Thames. M7, Tri-X
  20. Where the chalk of the South Downs meets the sea. Elmar 35mm again, Tri-X Hc-110 etc. Jim.
  21. Out with the M2 with its 35mm Elmar on the front (only lens I have). I took this with my OM/Zuiko too, and have just decided I like this better although the detail and flare and (actually) the exposure's better on the OM image, I like the look of this more. On the South Downs in recent snow. Anyone would think us English never get any snow. Well; we don't! Jim.
  22. M7, Tri-X...and trying out Ultrafin.
  23. This is about Tri-X/HC-110. All this talk of exposing and developing film properly (Annibale’s thread) has been going on at the same time as I’ve been wondering if I’m doing the right thing with my Tri-X processing. I need to explain that, to my shame really, I currently scan and print. I would like to say that I was a master printer using an enlarger, but I wasn’t when I was doing it, and certainly am not now. I can’t imagine how I could ever, using an enlarger, approach what I manage in Photoshop. Sorry, it grieves me too, but there it is. I would welcome opinions/advice about how I’m tending towards greater exposure in order to get the shadow details, and then finding that, in order to keep the highs, I'm quite seriously under-developing the film. This, obviously, leads to rather pale and, frankly, poor-looking negs, but, after scanning and a bit of levels work in Photoshop, I find I get what I want better than if I had denser negatives. In addition to keeping the range inside the latitude of the film, I find grain is often reduced in skies. (Currently rating Tri-X@ about 125asa and then developing for 5m30s in Dil H HC-110). This is, of course, perfectly legitimate if I get the results I want, but I am concerned that I might be going to end up with boxes full of negs that work for my current scanner but which may not scan well in other scanners and even may not conventionally print at all. I’ve been through lots of examples this morning, re-scanning and analysing what worries me, and I think the above says what I want. However, I almost feel I don’t know what it is that is bothering me, but that something is. The obvious response (if anyone even feels like responding to this vague post) is to say that if I get what I want, then go with it; but I feel I may be doing something wrong – possibly something fundamental – and am then doing something else wrong, or, at best, unnecessary, in order to overcome it. Thanks for your time (if you’ve got this far!) Jim.
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