I bet there are a few here on APUG who have purchased nails by the pound :whistling:
2X4s are still the same size and not 2 by 4 and a sheet of plywood is 4 ft by 8ft. And we did not move our roads around in the grid patern so they are still one mile apart not a kilometer.
I was an adult when the conversion took place and found it confusing for several months but when you use it regularly it makes much more sense. At one time though I knew what a good outdoor temperature was in Celcius but indoor temp in F as we did not change thermostats and in fact my home still is in degrees F.
If I can put a 150mm lens on a 4X5 camera I can work with both systems.:)
Several years ago I found Jason's 1:49 info and have been using it ever since. Thanks. It would also be useful if people submitted their times for other emulsions at 1:49 as well.
I don't suppose anyone has discovered developing time with this dilution for Tri-X pushed to 1600? I had to shoot a roll at 1600 today and need to get the results to the client within a day so I don't have time to do my own tests.
actuaslly scratch that - I am realizing that three stops push will already be pretty long even with the dilution B so it wouldnt make sense to use this dilution. duh.
Also 400 -> 1600 is only a two-stop push.
Here are a couple of samples:
Meat the Vegans by Anthony DeLorenzo, on Flickr
River Runner by Anthony DeLorenzo, on Flickr
Anthony, it seems like it is hard to fight the contrasty light at most concerts, which makes pushing an even slipperier slope. Nice results! My brother has a 9 Zero fat bike in Anchorage, just went for the first ride of the year today. Sounds like fun but I'd be hard-pressed to find enough snow here in San Diego.
yes sorry "three stops" was a typo!
So yes, this beast exists! :D