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18 minutes ago, Tmx said:

Zeiss Ikon Nettax 513/16, Agfa APX expired, Moersch Eco, multiple exposure

 

 

These multi-exposure images are very nice. I hope we see more of them!

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Thank you James! Indeed at the moment I am pretty after that kind of effect..

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1 hour ago, Tmx said:

Zeiss Ikon Nettax 513/16, Agfa APX expired, Moersch Eco, multiple exposure

 

 

Loving these multiple exposures. (How many exposures did you use here, can you say?)

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2 hours ago, Keith (M) said:

Great article/interview Adam!  

Thanks, Keith!

40 minutes ago, EoinC said:

Unfortunately not getting much time to snap, but a couple of recents, both with Delta 100:

Phnom Penh

NZ - EOS 1V w

Hey Eoin!  Great to see you!  Hope all is well!  

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11 hours ago, Keith (M) said:

By the babbling brook (which later becomes the River Kennet).  MP, 35mm Summaron f2.8, Portra 400.

 

The 35 Summaron and Portra 400 produces some of the most true to life colours and rendering of any film and lens combination. It may not have the snap and crackle of Ektar through a modern Karbe ASPH, but then we don’t live in a cartoon ;)

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1 hour ago, Mute-on said:

The 35 Summaron and Portra 400 produces some of the most true to life colours and rendering of any film and lens combination. It may not have the snap and crackle of Ektar through a modern Karbe ASPH, but then we don’t live in a cartoon ;)

Agree wholeheartedly Mute, and especially with the images Keith has posted, plus his fellow countryman Ian (wattsy, who I recall uses the 28mm Summaron).

A combination of film, lens, light and photographer, all working to produce exceptional images.

Gary

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13 hours ago, Steve Ricoh said:

Thought I'd shoot this for a 'change' using the Helios 44M 2/58, on Lomography 400CN, Pentax MX

Great colors, very cool idea Steve..

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7 hours ago, MT0227 said:

Great colors, very cool idea Steve..

Thanks Mark. On the occasion I was testing the 'new to me' Helios on FF trying to get the swirly bokeh. 

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12 hours ago, gbealnz said:

Welcome back. Two contrasting cameras, formats, subjects, results.

Gary

Thanks, Gary - Just ducking in...and probably back out again. I'm heading over for a sojourn in Angola this week and, in the words of Lawrence Oates "I...may be gone some time".

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12 hours ago, A miller said:

Thanks, Keith!

Hey Eoin!  Great to see you!  Hope all is well!  

Hi, Adam.

Thank you. All is good, just haven't had time to do much clicking, and even less to do much developing.

I hope all is good with you, and with feloow LUFfers.

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Posted (edited)

The durability of low ISO B&W film: Minox B; Agfa Agepe FF, 12 ISO film; shot at 12 ISO (expired 1975)

Looking at the negatives, I think I could push this film 1/2 or 1 stop.

Edited by Wayne

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14 hours ago, Tmx said:

Zeiss Ikon Nettax 513/16, Agfa APX expired, Moersch Eco, multiple exposure

 

 

Forgive my ignorance - but what exactly is creating this effect?

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