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Two from Thur's roll of Delta 400 in R5. (1) Hackpen Hill windbreak (90mm Elmarit-R) and (2) Places of worship millenia apart (21-35mm Vario Elmarit-R).

 

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Try the Delta again Keith or revert to Tri-X?

Hard to tell with just the one roll, and you did say it was a dull day.
Gary

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This was very much a one-off, Gary.  The only point on which Delta outscored Tri-X is that it dried completely flat! And anyway, I have lots of Tri-X in the freezer :)

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32 minutes ago, Keith (M) said:

This was very much a one-off, Gary.  The only point on which Delta outscored Tri-X is that it dried completely flat! And anyway, I have lots of Tri-X in the freezer :)

+1! I stepped over to HP5+, at least in 35mm because I can’t get it straight And clean, much more drying stains than other films when rinsed with distilled water and photoflo

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On 11/30/2019 at 1:38 AM, otto.f said:

This lens does not exist to my knowledge, it would be the 3.4 then. The closest distance to object for this lens is 2.5m, so I doubt that this photo is made with this lens, unless the image is cropped.

You are of course right on both accounts!!! it should have been 3.4, and I did say I (I think) 🙂 Just checked not cropped just reduced in size to fit the criteria for publishing here.

I did the shot as a test of the R9 so I must confess to having swapped lenses also for testing purposes, but fail to remember whi9ch Photos were taken with what Lens.

So I confess 🙂 but also a bit happy with the outcome of the roll which I developed myself, a good feeling to be Back to the Future 🙂

Thanks Otto!

Preben

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6 hours ago, pridbor said:

the roll which I developed myself

Great! Well that’s good quality then! And an incentive to start with that myself.

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