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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    It is also worth shooting without a filter, at box speed.

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    Do you have a 'link' to one these photos I'd really like to see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carter john View Post
    Do you have a 'link' to one these photos I'd really like to see it.
    I'll try to scan something for you.

    Of course, if I happen to be one of the winners of the Ilford 2009 (APUG) photo competition, you'll be able to see the results on the appropriate package of Ilford 16x20 paper (how is that for unreasonable optimism ).

    Matt

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    I use it with the Ilford Cokin IR filter. The great thing about the film is that you can use it for straight B&W with various filters or with the IR filter. I rate it at ISO12 with the IR filter on (i.e I allow 4 stops). It's not real IR...but the effect is just as impressive, and as I said...you can always use the film as B&W. I use it with DDx as recommended. Example here... Rgds, Kal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shangheye View Post
    "Wake up, dream, and photograph what you have seen.
    Don't wake up, photograph, and dream of what could have been."
    I collect photographically interesting quotes... is this one yours?
    Or, do you know who said it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Rogers View Post
    I collect photographically interesting quotes... is this one yours?
    Or, do you know who said it?

    mine ....please feel free to collect it...I have never had anything of mine become a collectors item
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shangheye View Post
    mine ....please feel free to collect it...I have never had anything of mine become a collectors item
    Maybe your luck has just changed!


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    I've used the SFX a fair bit. I had problems with exposure until I took the advice of a friend on APUG.
    Set the meter to iso 200, use a rangefinder, put the filter on the lens, (I use the b&w 092), set the meter to auto and take the photo. Once I started using this method my results greatly improved. Previously I was always testing and not getting anywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Skeoch View Post
    Set the meter to iso 200, use a rangefinder, put the filter on the lens, (I use the b&w 092), set the meter to auto and take the photo. Once I started using this method my results greatly improved. Previously I was always testing and not getting anywhere.

    -Rob
    I don't really follow.
    What were you doing before, that is different here now, (other than testing)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blighty View Post
    I got excellent results in D76 1+1 for 11 mins.
    What tempeature were you working at?

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    I couldn't get the metering right. When using a handheld meter and filter factor I found the shots way to thin. So I thought I would try a test.... set the lens to F16 and shoot a pic at 1 sec. 1/2 sec etc. Once I found out my settings.... next time I tried them they weren't near right... way too over. After going back and forth for a while I started shooting with the little rangefinder and it worked way better.
    Today I shot a roll on the rollei twin lens.... I have TTL Metering but I could tell it was giving me the wrong reading with the filter on... so I'm going back to the 35mm rangefinder.

    I've also tried the efke in 8x10 but have never gotten a printable neg.

    -rob
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