Crap camera, take two.

Discussion in '35mm Cameras and Accessories' started by Stephanie Brim, Mar 4, 2006.

  1. Stephanie Brim

    Stephanie Brim Member

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    Angel.

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    Shadow.

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    Tree.

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    Pots.

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    Bike shadow.

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    Neon.

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    Birds.

    TMX in Rodinal 1:100 for 22 minutes, agitation every other minute with 30 seconds initial. I'll be printing Bike Shadow, Neon, and Birds. Neon and Birds are my favorites from this roll...and I have no idea what that strip of light is in Birds, so don't ask. If you know, please do tell. :smile: Everything was taken on a Lex35 camera with a plastic lens, one aperture, and one shutter speed.
     
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    Nice photos Stephanie, how will you be printing them, what paper, dev etc?

    Ps. wouldn't it be better to post them in your gallery or as attached thumbnails? :confused:
     
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    Thank you for sharing. When I read posts I form a mental picture of the person doing the posting. Based on the photo of your shadow I am guessing that you are much taller than I imagined. I thought you were 661/2 inches tall but your photo of your shadow shows me that you are somewhat more than 15 feet tall...what a surprise.

    I am looking forward to more of your posts.
     
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    You should see her at noon near the equator at an equinox.

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    Hehe. Thanks guys. :smile:

    And Claire...I actually am 5'6" and a half. Really.

    Andy, I don't use the galleries on either forum that I go to. I prefer to have my stuff on my own space. :smile:

    Also, as to paper and developer...most likely just some Ilford Multigrade RC and Dektol...I'll see what I can get when I get the enlarger. I think that these will be the first negs that I print.
     
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    Yes but how could you possibly be as beautiful as I think you are?
     
  7. Andy K

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    Well then could you at least thumbnail the pictures? It gets really tiresome waiting for a thread to load because there's a pile of uncompressed pictures in it.
     
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    Never underestimate the thoughts of a grumpy Englishman in a hurry.
     
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    Next time I can do that, yeah. I'll post smaller ones with links to larger ones here.
     
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    Yeah, by the time they get all the way across the Atlantic, it takes a while :smile:
     
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    This forum is *full* of comedians lately. :D

    This camera has been a lot of fun, but I'm going to pick up the Canon P again now. I have such a nice kit and I should use it. I think I needed an outlet to get the juices flowing again...experimentation always does that for me. My sister has the camera and is taking photos of Colorado right now...I can't wait to see what comes back from it with the color film I let her take.