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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #161
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Leica M5, Canon 35mm f/2 LTM, ORWO N74+, developed in LegacyPro L110 at 1:31 for 6.5 minutes.


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Colton, this one is so good on so many levels! You're getting exceptional results from that very expired Scotch Color 100. This one in particular has some very painterly pastel tones.
Thanks friend
I'm shooting this film at around 25 ISO to get decent results, but it comes out surprisingly well considering it expired sometime in the mid 1990s
It makes for some tricky scanning, but it's interesting film.
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The Canon 35/2 is a “guest star” in this video:

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Canon P, Tri-x 400. Not the best examples of what this lens can do. But I love using it
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I accidentally found an issue:
When shooting with middle apertures around 5.6 or 8 and the sun in the frame my A7R3 seems to reflect the sunlight back to the rear of the aperture blades, which will then be recorded by the sensor as a photo...

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I accidentally found an issue:
When shooting with middle apertures around 5.6 or 8 and the sun in the frame my A7R3 seems to reflect the sunlight back to the rear of the aperture blades, which will then be recorded by the sensor as a photo...
Interesting issue. I presume the problem is limited to adapted lenses, since the digital sensor is highly reflective? Film emulsion isn't very reflective, and probably less likely to exhibit this problem.
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Interesting issue. I presume the problem is limited to adapted lenses, since the digital sensor is highly reflective? Film emulsion isn't very reflective, and probably less likely to exhibit this problem.
Well, Ive seen this also on the Canon LTM 50mm f1.2 but not with the 1.4 yet.
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