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19 hours ago, chrism said:

Another view of the Bren Carrier, a 1930's military vehicle that was based upon a Ford flathead (ie sidevalve) V8, and with an interesting steering mechanism that moved the front bogies for small wheel adjustments, and braked the appropriate track for larger turns of this rather bent steering wheel. It may have been just as well that almost all of them were lost at Dunkirk.

Bren Carrier by chrism229, on Flickr

Just a lick of paint and some weeding and it'll be as good as new.

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i find the modern aseptic cubes made of glass, steel and their facades made of rusty sheetmetal way more brutal.
The new quarters looks like a live rendering that jumped out of archicad into the wild to depress the people…

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1 hour ago, jcraf said:

Barbican, London.  I love the concrete brutality of this place.

Nikon F6, Noct-Nikkor 58mm, XP2s

Looks a bit like a modern version of the Pisa Tower 😉

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7 minutes ago, Sparkassenkunde said:

Looks a bit like a modern version of the Pisa Tower 😉

Yes. The back one is a bit more vertical.  I had drunk no beer either....

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vor einer Stunde schrieb Sparkassenkunde:

Skeptical about the "new" emulsion!?!

M4-P - Cron 35 - Silbersalz35 50D

that looks beautiful! Thats a scene that profits from that warm/yellowish tint…

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1 hour ago, Sparkassenkunde said:

Skeptical about the "new" emulsion!?!

M4-P - Cron 35 - Silbersalz35 50D

Thanks for the extensive description and examples of your experience with this film and developer. As known from Cinestill 50 and 800 and also by my experiences with Vision3 250D, these films have very fine grain and - to my eyes - excellent colour reproduction. The problem with the 250D (and to a lesser extend with the other emulsions) is that, developed in C41 a colour shift is noticable. So being able to get them developed and the Remjet removed is an attractive option. And 15Euro per Roll (assuming 36 exposures) incl. development and scanning is in line with other high quality films as well. I particularly like this last picture of yours - I only wish for the feet of the foreground protagonists to be within the frame.

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On 8/2/2019 at 12:19 PM, philipus said:

Excellent Christoph. I also like to see that Fomapan delivers the same lovely halos that Double-X does. Adds a great atmosphere methinks. 

I agree, there are a few films that have this effect... though I think the 50DR helps as well.

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11 minutes ago, erl said:

This is what happens when you think the B&W magazine is mounted and you add a Red Filter, bu discover you have fitted the Colour magazine. They are both clearly marked, but one has to LOOK at them!😂

Hassy + 60mm lens with Red Filter. Portra 400 (by mistake)

Sometimes, not looking nevertheless results in good results. Dante Alighieri would be happy...

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Great result, I think. And good work with the 40 Distagon. It's such a great lens. 

So there's now set dilution for that kit? I have never developed C41 myself. 

2 hours ago, erl said:

My second test film to perfect splitting the powder kit from Unicolor C41. This was splitting 1/8 of all the powders to create a a 'One Shot' process. ie. dump chemistry after each film processed. I am satisfied this was successful.

Hassy + 40mm Distagon. Kodak Portra 400

Stairway To Heaven (& hell below!)😁

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