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    how would this developer compare to rodinal more or less grain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardmellor
    aristia.edu.ultra.[foma 100] test.

    http://www.photo.net/photodb/photo?photo_id=1693551
    Offtopic question: provided this picture has been taken with a Hasselblad 503, why would it have this distinctive T-shaped border that's the mark of LF film holders? Am I just ignorant of Hassies or that guy digi-cropped it?

    At any rate, black borders are way overrated now. Even Diane Arbus stopped using them after she started the fashion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhv
    Offtopic question: provided this picture has been taken with a Hasselblad 503, why would it have this distinctive T-shaped border that's the mark of LF film holders? Am I just ignorant of Hassies or that guy digi-cropped it? ...
    No, a standard Hassy rollfilm (or Kiev, Hartblei, Arax) back does not produce a border like that (at least, none of my backs do). For that matter, neither do any of my LF film holders.

    If it started out life as a silver print, it was probably printed with a custom border mask. Otherwise it was probably done with Photoshop or some other digital image processing program.

    Nice image IMO - but it really doesn't tell me much about this film in comparison with others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhv
    Offtopic question: provided this picture has been taken with a Hasselblad 503, why would it have this distinctive T-shaped border that's the mark of LF film holders? Am I just ignorant of Hassies or that guy digi-cropped it?

    At any rate, black borders are way overrated now. Even Diane Arbus stopped using them after she started the fashion...

    All my Hasselblad negatives has borders like this.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhv
    Offtopic question: provided this picture has been taken with a Hasselblad 503, why would it have this distinctive T-shaped border that's the mark of LF film holders? Am I just ignorant of Hassies or that guy digi-cropped it?
    Looks like a bog standard Hasselblad border to me - even with the V-notches that are said to be Viktor Hasselblad's signature

    LF film holders leave a distinctly different pattern, and very few of them are square.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ole
    Looks like a bog standard Hasselblad border to me - even with the V-notches that are said to be Viktor Hasselblad's signature

    LF film holders leave a distinctly different pattern, and very few of them are square.
    Ah, I see now. I'm mixing up those borders. Thanks for the precisions; I was about to launch a holy war on digital imitations of film borders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhv
    I was about to launch a holy war on digital imitations of film borders.
    I'll join you on that, but in this case there's no evidence.
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