What films did you shoot most recently?

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by B&Wpositive, Jun 2, 2010.

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  1. B&Wpositive

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    I recently had to give up some of my medium format gear and am waiting until I take off to Beijing before I start shooting again (too much to organize to be bothered at the moment). In 120 I last shot some Fuji Acros 100...then some FP4+...before that a bit of some old rolls of Fuji 64T, and before that some Rollei Pan 25. Been using what I can before I leave - It's been a good month :smile:
     
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    120: Kodak Ultra Color 400, Kodak Tri-X 400
    135: Kodak Ultra Color 400, Kodak Tri-X 400, Kodak HIE
     
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    120: Tri-X
    135: Tri-X, APX 100 and Kodachrome.
     
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    Used Adox CHS 25 Art 120 size today.
     
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    120 tmx, 120 efke25, 120 +x
    4x5 tmy, 4x5 tmx. 5x7 tri x
    35mm +x
     
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    120 Tri-X 400
    120 Velvia 100
    135 Legacy Pro 100 & 400 (Fuji Neopan)
    135 & 120 Ektar 100
     
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    I shoot only 120, i ordered over 12 different films [neg B&W, color, and slide], and i will use them all one by one when i have time, last few days ago i was just shooting with B&W only, TMAX films [110, 400] and last week with Ilford Delta [100, 400]. Not sure what film i should use for next coming days as it is very very hot here in my country and can't shoot outdoors a lot in my so hot humid country, and indoors nothing interesting to shoot.
     
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    Most recently, a couple of rolls of the old J & C Classic Pan 200.

    I bought 60 rolls of this a few years ago, for camera tests and the like. IIRC it was about $1.00 per roll on sale.

    Recently, I've been testing out a bunch of used Mamiya RB film backs, as well as an old folder.

    This has meant that I have a whole bunch of negatives that look okay until you have to try to work with their curl!
     
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    Rollei Superpan ('tis the season...)
    Ilford FP4+
     
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    I've been shooting Portra 400NC-3 in 35mm and 45. Portra 400VC-3 and 800-3 in 120. I have some 400UC in 35mm that I'll probably finish in the next week or two, depending. I also have been shooting some Fuji 800Z in 120 sporadically.

    Tim
     
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    Provia 100 35mm
    Fomapan 100 35mm
    Fuji 64t 120
    Provia 100 4x5"
    Arista Ultra Edu 200 8x10"
    Rollei R3 8x10"
     
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    35mm I've been shooting Tri-X (Arista Premium) and Neopan (Arista Legacy) along with some old HP5+ from the freezer. I've got a roll of K64 in the old F that I'm slowly working through (and two more to go.) Medium format, I've been shooting slower B&W films (Pan-F, Efke and Delta 100, mostly) and souping them in Crawley's FX-1 to see just how much resolution I can get out of my medium format gear. I didn't think the Nikkors on the ECTL were as sharp as the Zenzanons on the ETRS until now, and I'm still not sure who is going to come out on top in that little exercise. Mirror lock-up may decide it. I've got a roll of EPD from the freezer in the ECTL2 that I'm working through as the cat and I find the time (she like to sleep in a sunny corner and sometimes the light is just perfect.) Since this is the color group, I've also been shooting 400NC, 160VC and Max 200 and 400, too, mostly in 35mm. B and H had such a deal that I'm going to be shooting a lot of Fuji Superia 400 and Press 800 in the near future. Looks like I'm all over the map!

    Ulysses
     
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    I have some Kodak 3200 that I'm using to shoot my girl fiend (sic) rolling some cigs.
     
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    Some Neopan 400 & 1600 in 35mm
    Ilford HP5 in 4x5
    Tri-X in a 120 pinhole camera
     
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    120 - delta 400, converted panorama non-perforated 35mm film in 120 back - agfapan apx100

    just ordered some portra 400nc, delta 400 and provia 400x in 120.

    dane.
     
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    SPUR HRX 32/64 and Kodak Ekter. Coming up: more Ektar, TMY-2 and Fuji Neopan 1600.
     
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    HP5+, FP4+, Tri-x, Ektar...all 120
     
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    120 - Efke 25 Pan f+
    135 - Aritsa EDU ultra 100 and 400 as well as 400 pushed to 1600

    I am wondering though, any good suggestions for 135 C-41 low low low iso?
     
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