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Old 08-17-2014   #1802
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Old 08-17-2014   #1803
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Old 09-08-2014   #1808
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Today's film - Plus-X @400 in Diafine, M7, Noctilux and X1:









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Old 09-10-2014   #1810
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Old 09-11-2014   #1811
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Yesterday I left the house and drove around for some hours with the M7 and a Nikon F6, each with a 35mm lens and a roll of Ektar 100. I wanted to compare them so I did each shot on both cameras. (The Leica won, but the F6 still has a place for B&W portraits with the 85/1.4 lens.)
There are some beautiful places in Nova Scotia. All of these are with the M7, 35 Lux FLE, Ektar 100, Unicolor presskit, Hasselblad X1 scans:














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Old 09-12-2014   #1813
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Since my white count was 2.2 this morning I celebrated by going for a walk this afternoon along the TransCanada Trail, which runs alongside my property. I took the M7 with Elmarit-M 24mm and another roll of Ektar 100. Firstly I went past my neighbour's house, The Lynwood (which where the 'fathers of Confederation' stayed the night before sailing to Charlottetown to sign the Confederation document that linked Canadian provinces into one country in 1867):



Then onto the trail, which is the roadbed of a closed railway:



Some silver birches along the way:



To Nelson's Park:



Looking back along Waugh's River (I live on the right bank among the trees):



I think I'm getting the hang of scanning the Ektar. I had always believed that all adjustments should be made after the scan, and all the possible corrections in scanning software should be set to 'neutral'. But I'm finding it much easier to correct the odd colours of Ektar in the software that drives the X1. These photos have minimal tweaks to WB and Tint and seem better than Wednesday's efforts as far as colour goes.

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My fifth roll of film this week!
Today I felt the need to enjoy some real blacks! I walked long the disused railway line in the opposite direction to yesterday's walk, and took the M7, Lux35FLE, Acros 100 @80, and a yellow filter. Film was developed in Rodinal 1:50 and scanned on the X1. Very contrasty negatives - I will shorten the development time if I use this combination again.
The old train station (now a restaurant and hotel):




A grain elevator at the old creamery:




A box girder railway bridge




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Here are some results from my stupid development of Ektar 100 in TMax developer, all M7, Lux 35FLE, X1 scans:







I guess I have made worse photos!

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Two hour walk today, M7, Lux 35FLE, Kodak Ultramax 400, Unicolor presskit, X1 scans:







I also have some Fuji Superia 400 coming - only $2.25/24 shot. These cheap films aren't all bad!

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Kodak Ultramax 400 again, this time exposed at 200 to reduce grain:

Two separate beaver ponds (with a lodge in the middle of the second):




The maple leaves are beginning to go red


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I have been experimenting with pulling Tri-X. Leica MP, Summarit 35, Tri-X @200, HC-110(E), X1 scans:







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