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    In the last month

    Kodak TriX
    Acros 100
    Ilford FP4, Delta 100, HP5, Delta 400
    Velvia 50, 100
    Kodak Portra 160NC/VC

    All in 120 developed in Kodak HC-110 (b)

    Some good results, some bad but I'm learning all the time :-)

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    Portra 400. Amazing film. Hope it sticks around.
    www.EASmithV.com

    "The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera."— Dorothea Lange
    http://www.flickr.com/easmithv/
    RIP Kodachrome

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    Currently I have been experimenting with arista.edu ultra, and Efke KB50.

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    Portra 800, and Portra 800 at 3200. Just finished, and I need to get them developed.

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    Fuji Reala. Here are two shots from last weekend, each developed at home using Kodak SM Flexicolor chemicals:


    SF Botanical Garden by Thomas N. Abbott, on Flickr


    Orchids - SF Botanical Garden by Thomas N. Abbott, on Flickr

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    i have no idea what the film i used is
    its been in my penft for a few months, and
    i shot it a few days ago ... i think
    maybe it is plus x or tri x but i have no clue ...
    i'll know when it is out of the camera ... which
    may mean another baker's dozen exposures ..

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    Fomapan 100 is king

    Since giving up digital and returning 100% to film (the switch is documented on my completely non-commercial website if anyone is interested), I've taken a liking to Fomapan 100 for my 120 work. Great, punchy mid-tones, reasonably fine grain and good sharpness. Developed at 1+50 in Rodinal, it's a super film. In 35mm and developed the same way, the grain is still pretty decent and sharpness is very good.

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    The Online Darkroom
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    2 Rolls of Neopan 400
    2 Rolls Rollei Digibase (C41)
    2 Rolls expired elite chrome 400, cross-processed
    1 Roll Kodak High Contrast Copy is in the camera now

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    Fomapan 100 indeed.
    OM-1n: Do I need to own a Leica?
    Rolleicord Va: Humble.
    Agfa Isolette III: Amazingly simple, yet it produces outstanding negatives.
    Holga 120GFN: EV 11 or EV 12.

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    135 Kodak Portra 400 V.C.in my Canon F1N-AE
    Ben



 

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