Frame No. 37
Old 09-17-2019   #1
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Frame No. 37

Post that extra frame that you managed to squeeze out of your 135-36 film.


Here is mine, frame No37 from a BW400CN.


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Old 09-17-2019   #2
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good idea for a thread, and nice image! I don't have one of my own available, but I'll keep it in mind next roll...
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Old 09-18-2019   #3
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I keep getting 38 frames from each roll of 135-36 film (mostly Kodak and Ilford, bought in canisters, not bulk-loaded). But then, the first always is #0. So the 38th frame is #37. Which one do you want to see, #37 or the 37th?
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Old 09-18-2019   #4
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Great shot Pan. I'll dig into my archives and play..
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Old 09-18-2019   #5
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Sometimes the throwaways at the end turn out to be nicer than the ones you spent so much time on earlier on the roll.
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Old 09-18-2019   #6
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didn't bill pierce have a magazine column called the 37th frame?
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Old 09-18-2019   #7
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Most of my "37th Frames" end up looking like this. Or they're of my pants leg, the ground, etc. Or maybe these are the "0 Frames"; I don't know. Somewhere I have half a box of slides all from this same theme. I was going to do a whole show once I'd collected enough!

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Old 09-18-2019   #8
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from the end of he roll. cropped to square to eliminate the over exposed bit from bulk loading.

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Old 09-18-2019   #9
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I was going to ask if partial frames are ok, but since James broke the ice, I'll share. Most of my partial Frame #37s don't work out, but sometimes you get an unexpected surprise.

Nikon FM2n, Nikkor-S Auto 55mm f/1.2, ORWO N74+, developed in LegacyPro L110 at 1:31 for 6.5 minutes.


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Old 09-19-2019   #10
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Frame 37 from a film that sat in my Canon 7 from 2006 to 2013:

Canon 7, Jupiter-8, Tri-X 400TX @ EI1600 at 1/125 sec and f/8.
Developed in Calbe R09 1(7ml) + 50, 28.0 minutes, 20.4 degC towards 16 degC in the room.
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Old 09-19-2019   #11
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I keep getting 38 frames from each roll of 135-36 film (mostly Kodak and Ilford, bought in canisters, not bulk-loaded). But then, the first always is #0. So the 38th frame is #37. Which one do you want to see, #37 or the 37th?
could be better described as the last frame of a roll
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didn't bill pierce have a magazine column called the 37th frame?
maybe that was mike johnson and online...
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Old 09-19-2019   #13
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Post that extra frame that you managed to squeeze out of your 135-36 film.

Here is mine, frame No37 from a BW400CN.
Nice shot! I have akshully started
to deliberately rewind after 36 exp because I like to file the film in 6 rows of 6.
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Old 09-20-2019   #14
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Nice shot! I have akshully started
to deliberately rewind after 36 exp because I like to file the film in 6 rows of 6.
Funny you should say that - actually i do not have the negative of the picture i posted. The lab that developed the film cut it off as they gave me filed 6 rows of six negatives. Thankfully i'd asked to have the film scanned so i have it on a CD and that is how i realised that it was frame No37.

After that i decided to learn how to develop them myself....
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Old 09-21-2019   #15
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Here we go. 37th frame of the first roll of Tri-X in my M6 with 50mm.
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Old 09-21-2019   #16
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37th with my ricoh ff70 - slowly becoming my favorite camera...
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Nikon FM2n, Nikkor-S Auto 55mm f/1.2, ORWO N74+, developed in LegacyPro L110 at 1:31 for 6.5 minutes.


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Old 10-13-2019   #18
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The blade of my Jobo 2400 daylight tank shortened Nr.37.
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Old 10-13-2019   #19
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I remember a '40th Frame' column in Camera35 magazine. I don't remember the author.

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Nothing in particular, it turned out to be one of the better pictures on the roll. Problems developing left little to work with, hence the high contrast scan. All in all, a bit of a disaster, so nice to have one extra try.

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Old 12-07-2019   #21
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Cab Driver waiting for a new fare taken with a Nikkormat Ftn/Nikkor 50 1.4 on the very very last frame of a roll of Tri-X, developed in Blazinal(Rodinal)

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On a cold January day in 1986 about 100 press photographers, each with a 600mm lens, gathered at Kennedy Space Flight Center for a routine photo shoot of a shuttle launch. When the launch vehicle got too high for a meaningful photo about 98 of them lowered their cameras and held down the shutter so that the motor drive would blast through the rest of the roll and automatically rewind.

When the space shuttle Challenger exploded only two photographers still had unexposed film in their cameras. One of them was a friend, Michael Brown of the Florida Today newspaper (prototype of USA Today) He had been taught to always save a few frames at the end of the roll "just in case". His photo ran on the front page of about half the daily newspapers in the free world the next day.

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So I still almost never shoot those last few frames on a roll. Never had a photo anywhere near his in significance though.
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How about frame 000?


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I'd have got a 37 but it was a 24 exposure roll.

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Old 12-07-2019   #25
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Okay, this one is definitely a 37.


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Old 12-08-2019   #26
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Manly beach. Might've been frame #38. HP5+ @800

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When I lived with my parents my "extra" frame was usually a shot of Big Cat.

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When I lived with my parents my "extra" frame was usually a shot of Big Cat.

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Please link to photo of Big Cat.

Would love to, but my entire photographic history prior to 2012 was lost in the flood from Superstorm Sandy.

But in my mind's eye I can still picture Big Cat trying to squeeze into a shoebox half his size...

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