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Old 07-21-2014   #1161
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67 with the 90mm f2.8 and Ilford SFX. Edinburgh last week.
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Old 07-26-2014   #1162
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Old 07-27-2014   #1163
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I feel drawn into those Edinburgh shots you made Snowbuzz. Did you use any filter or is this simply the way SFX renders tones?
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Old 07-27-2014   #1164
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Yup, used a #25 red filter. Film rated at 50.
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Old 07-28-2014   #1165
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Old 08-01-2014   #1166
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Old 08-14-2014   #1167
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bojanfurst: Lovely image! One can find fishing villages here in Norway that have a striking similarity, both with regards to architecture and topography.

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Old 08-14-2014   #1168
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Old 08-14-2014   #1169
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I recently had a a few drum scans made from some of my Pentax 6x7 negatives and thought someone here might be interested in seeing this. I had 4000 dpi scans done which resulted in files right around 560MB each. This is a Kodak Portra 160 negative.

These are unaltered scans. All that was done to the lab scan was a slight white balance so it could be compared more easily.
Here is a Noritsu Lab scan:


4000dpi Drum scan:


Drum Scan Detail. This is 50% at 300dpi scaled down to 30% to size for web.


The scan was performed as a "flat scan" as to get the maximum amount of detail and exposure possible out of the neg. Pretty amazing film. Note the shadows under the rocks in the foreground, the greater separation of mids and highs in the peaks to the middle and of course the texture that was brought out in the clouds.
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Old 08-16-2014   #1170
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Thank you Bjørn. There are quite a few similarities between Norway and Newfoundland. There is actually a very good relationship between the university here and University of Tromsø.

All the best

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Old 08-17-2014   #1171
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I apologize in advance for being off topic. Looking at MtM's second last post I have realized that these scans suffer from a similar steep blackpoint falloff as mine tend to do. I am wondering whether the cause of this problem is the scanner's inability to resolve any values in the negative in these places, or there not being any detail in the first place (underexposure? incorrect development?).

Has anyone encountered this problem and managed to work around it? For example, the very next post has nice and smooth transitions to black, that I haven't been able to reproduce so far
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More exposure and possibly less development is probably a good place to start.
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I apologize in advance for being off topic. Looking at MtM's second last post I have realized that these scans suffer from a similar steep blackpoint falloff as mine tend to do. I am wondering whether the cause of this problem is the scanner's inability to resolve any values in the negative in these places, or there not being any detail in the first place (underexposure? incorrect development?).

Has anyone encountered this problem and managed to work around it? For example, the very next post has nice and smooth transitions to black, that I haven't been able to reproduce so far
Corran is right. I overdeveloped this roll by around a minute as follows:

Acros 100 @100
HC-110 Dilution H Time: 10 minutes

I had better results developing Acros @50 with 8 minutes developing time. My bad!
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More exposure and possibly less development is probably a good place to start.
You are right Corran. I overdeveloped it by a minute.
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I apologize in advance for being off topic. Looking at MtM's second last post I have realized that these scans suffer from a similar steep blackpoint falloff as mine tend to do. I am wondering whether the cause of this problem is the scanner's inability to resolve any values in the negative in these places, or there not being any detail in the first place (underexposure? incorrect development?).

Has anyone encountered this problem and managed to work around it? For example, the very next post has nice and smooth transitions to black, that I haven't been able to reproduce so far
Development information for the NIkon FM3a shoot:

Acros 100 EI:50
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8 minutes @71°F
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Nice shots by the way, especially the color work, MtM.
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Old 08-18-2014   #1180
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Velvia 50 is almost 3D.

Great stuff!

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Old 08-25-2014   #1181
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Hello,

I am selling one of my two Pentax 6x7s.. I really don't need two..



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Old 08-25-2014   #1183
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what camera bag or backpack are you using to haul your pentax 67 kit around? i was scraping by with a leica/billingham combination bag but i need something that can carry two lenses, preferably with one attached to the body.
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Old 08-26-2014   #1184
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what camera bag or backpack are you using to haul your pentax 67 kit around? i was scraping by with a leica/billingham combination bag but i need something that can carry two lenses, preferably with one attached to the body.
When I got my second used 6x7, the kit included 45mm and 300mm lenses, 2x converter, and a LowePro Photo Trekker backpack from a wannabe commercial wildlife photographer tamed to a life as a proud papa and architect.

He made a good choice of the Photo Trekker I think, as it will hold a 6x7 body with the 300mm mounted with the 2x converter with plenty of room for another couple of lenses, meter, etc etc. It's pretty comfortable to pack, though in honesty I've seldom used it.

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what camera bag or backpack are you using to haul your pentax 67 kit around? i was scraping by with a leica/billingham combination bag but i need something that can carry two lenses, preferably with one attached to the body.
I've carried mine on day hikes ranging from 1-14 miles.

My kit is a P67, 45 f/4 and 105 f/2.4, 10 lee filter pouch + filter holder, a pentax digital spot meter, and a 105mm polarizer.

I've been using a Burton zoom 26l that I purchased in 2008 to use with a DSLR I had at the time. Honestly for the price its a really good bag, mine still looks brand new. I like that it does not look like a camera bag. The P67 fits in perfectly with the waist level finder but puts a little bump in the back foam with the prism on. It opens up from the back which I think is the easiest way to access your gear. Plenty of pockets for all your other accessories as well.

I think that I'm going to try out a F-Stop Gear "mountain series" bag soon though as they have internal frames so It will move some of the weight to my hips as well as I'd like a little more room to pack rain gear/layers,water pump, a 200 f/4, food, etc. They are expensive, but if you are gonna really use it I haven't seen anything that equals their bags potential.
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https://vimeo.com/104088954

Has any one seen this?

I was just about to sell my Pentax but having watched this I think I will keep it.
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what camera bag or backpack are you using to haul your pentax 67 kit around? i was scraping by with a leica/billingham combination bag but i need something that can carry two lenses, preferably with one attached to the body.
My Domke F2 contains:
Pentax 6x7 body with 105 attached
200 and 55mm lenses
three color (100x100) and three grad nd filters (150x100) with holders and adapter rings
wire release cable
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ten rolls of film
lens shades and lens wraps, pens and stuff

when walking around I put the tripod on top of it all, works great!

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do the lenses fit in any of the domke inserts?
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do the lenses fit in any of the domke inserts?
Yes, both the 200 and the 55 fit in the supplied inserts of the F2!
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Kodak EIR Aerochrome color-infrared slide film (no PhotoShop - this is how the slide looks against the light):


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^^ Margus, I really like these colours - finally something surrealistic to break the banality of digital...
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^^^ Hand Held ! Holy crap, remind me to never arm wrestle against you!!! Peter
LOL!!
I'm known for being a little crazy with the handheld action. Like shooting 4x5 with long portrait lenses handheld.
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LOL!!
I'm known for being a little crazy with the handheld action. Like shooting 4x5 with long portrait lenses handheld.
Handheld wow! Very nice telephoto shots !
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Old 09-18-2014   #1196
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Margus: The "Infrared Horizons" is superb! Thank you for sharing!

What a pity the Kodak Aerochrome is no longer in production, a great loss to creative photography.
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Margus: The "Infrared Horizons" is superb! Thank you for sharing!

What a pity the Kodak Aerochrome is no longer in production, a great loss to creative photography.
Thank you!

Pity about Aerochrome indeed. Although Aerochrome was never sold comercially - it was a special order for goverments in need for forest surveys or a camoflaged objects spying, it was strictly a special-purpose film for a very limited market sold on contracts. Apparently only one guy (Dean Bennici) managed to source it & cut 120 rolls out of it and sell for those who knew about this film. Only EIR in 35mm was sold commercially if I remember for a short time.

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