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  1. #21
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    I'm switching to boxes for shipping. No post office in town carries any padded envelopes regularly. The boxes are safer and the same price.

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    These are 50asa, at 7.5 minutes Tmax 1:4 70*, all Yellow fitlered. I think 7 minutes might be slightly better, or a lower contrast developer wouldn't hurt. The Gray's are really pulling in more than at 8 minutes. Next up is 25asa at around 6 minutes. Then 100asa at around 9 minutes. (I have one that has the most perfect tonality of hair I've seen but the rest is shut blown out white, and it was at 8 minutes).

    ********* GOOD NEWS ********* All of these were processed under red safe light, and despite me even holding the film up to the safe light's direct (4 ft away or so) there is zero fog. As long as you don't take too long and put yourself between the film and you, you can totally process under red safe lights. This could be great for beginer students.

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    Ohhhhhh very neat!! Can't wait to get mine!
    Andy

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    I just got done writing names on boxes, so very soon. (seriously I can't believe the post office advertises the way they do online for packages yet don't have them anywhere in a city, not a rural town, a city! whatever the boxes are safer, and I'm about to go home and stuff them!)

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    Thanks Field for the update! Excited to try this out this spring/summer! That photo above w the brick/landscape is incredible, sure demonstrates the film's abilities well. I am excited to see the highlight not burn out.
    Andy

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    Me too! (Andy, we will have to compare results!)

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    I think we should start a thread for pictures from this film. There should be plenty to show with the amount of film Field has sold (something over 50,000 exposures I think).

    Test shots and developer experiments would make a good thread subject too, but I'd love to see one with just pictures that the photographer is actually interested in.

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    Ok guys just to tease you a little more..

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    I used to shoot with 35mm Kodalith in college because I could go in the darkroom and toss it in the tray of paper developer under the safe light. I was a huge fan of ridiculous amounts of contrast in my images but mostly, I was just a lazy college student.

    Can't wait to get my film.
    Sometimes I post my photos on flickr.
    Sometimes I update my tumblr.

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    Ohhhh, if they post tomorrow, Saturday could be Cinerex day 1! We should have a prize for the first person (save for Field) to post a scan of a print wins the challenge?
    Andy



 

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