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This one not really good photo,

but to show, even when the 'wrong hit ' of the subject, the image can show other thing

 

 

same data as the former picture

I like this one in B&W better than Kodachrome slide

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 I did some shooting at the Center for Wooden Boats on Lake Union in downtown Seattle yesterday.

All shots on Tri-X souped in HC110B for 6.5 min at 20C and scanned on Epson V500 using Vuescan software.

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Strip plank dinghy

Center for Wooden Boats

Leica MP with Voigtlander 40mm Nokton SC on Tri-X souped in HC110B for 6.5 min at 20C.

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12 hours ago, grahamc said:

Very nice @Shanil   Did you scan this yourself then ? What did you use. Love the reflections. 

Thanks! I first tried scanning with Epson v550 and negative lab pro but I found the film holders couldn't keep the film flat so I'd end up with soft images. 

For this I used a Fuji xt2 with macro lens and light table. The setup cost is around the same if you already have a digital body and so far the images are sharper and much faster process

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1 minute ago, Shanil said:

Thanks! I first tried scanning with Epson v550 and negative lab pro but I found the film holders couldn't keep the film flat so I'd end up with soft images. 

For this I used a Fuji xt2 with macro lens and light table. The setup cost is around the same if you already have a digital body and so far the images are sharper and much faster process

very cool.  great job :D

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M6 + 35 Summilux FLE

Portra 400 and first go at C41. CL with Beoon & Rodenstock 50

 

 

 

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Located on South Lake Union in the heart of downtown Seattle the Center for Wooden Boats is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy a bit of nautical history.

Leica MP w/40mm Voigtlander Nokton on Tri-X souped in HC110B for 6.5 min @20C and scanned on Epson V500 

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On 11/1/2021 at 5:43 AM, jakontil said:

tetenal paranol S 

 

4 hours ago, jakontil said:

paranol s

Very nice grain indeed, seems a bit cleaner than Rodinal. Especially HP5+ can get muddy with Rodinal, but these are quite clean

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1 hour ago, otto.f said:

 

Very nice grain indeed, seems a bit cleaner than Rodinal. Especially HP5+ can get muddy with Rodinal, but these are quite clean

Hi thanks, definitely coarser than HC but i love the grains and probably considering its price compared to rodinal here, i m sticking with paranol for now

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Shot on tmax400 

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Hello everyone. 

Happy to share some shots from the past couple of weeks. 

M4 with Summicron 50 + Ektar100 Enjoy

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