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    6 4x5 sheets of Ektar 100

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    Two 4x10 frames on an 8x10 sheet of HP5+

    Totally under exposed one of them, not sure what happened there...

    Can't wait to see how they come out

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Two 4x10 frames on an 8x10 sheet of HP5+

    Totally under exposed one of them, not sure what happened there...

    Can't wait to see how they come out

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    Just did my first 8x10s on the weekend too. Haven't scanned it yet, but even hanging in the shower it looks great
    An awful lot of electrons were terribly inconvenienced in the making of this post.

    f/64 and be there.

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    Two rolls of FUJI slide film!!!

    For me, that is sacrilege .

    It is seven years expired Provia 100 in 120 that was given to me by a friend. He would have kept it well - I refrigerated it since receiving it.

    I used it today in my Mamiya C330 at our annual Quilt and Car show. Here is a Youtube link about last year's edition: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DgZk9AraY0
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    Two rolls of FUJI slide film!!!

    For me, that is sacrilege .

    It is seven years expired Provia 100 in 120 that was given to me by a friend. He would have kept it well - I refrigerated it since receiving it.

    I used it today in my Mamiya C330 at our annual Quilt and Car show. Here is a Youtube link about last year's edition: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DgZk9AraY0
    Quilt.... And car show? Is that like to get the women out? Not to be sexist enough to think only women quilt and men do cars, but is that the idea anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Croubie View Post
    Just did my first 8x10s on the weekend too. Haven't scanned it yet, but even hanging in the shower it looks great
    Forgot to post them, the good exposure came out great and the not as good exposure I was able to ... "Fix" with magic... But it wasn't actually terribly bad... I did discover in the good exposure that I missed the nozzle of the fire extinguisher was actually in the shot .... Ugh!!!!

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    At least I know the slide worked perfectly and absolutely no bleed over! It works great!

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    The area where I live has:

    1) a significant number of people who are interested in the colourful, intricate quilts that are either of historical interest, or are being made today by those who enjoy doing so;
    2) a significant number of people who are interested in restoring and/or operating classic and antique cars; and
    3) an older section with a lot of commercial heritage buildings. Many of them serve well as intewresting backdrops for the classic and antique cars. Many of them also have large windows or other display areas that are perfect for displaying the colourful, intricate quilts that the quilters have either collected or made themselves.

    The heritage core gets shut down for the day. A few hundred cars are brought in and parked on the streets and lots in the area, dozens of beautiful quilts are put up where everyone can admire them and a few thousand people come to see everything together.

    There actually is a surprising synchronicity between admiring the quilts and the cars - maybe because of all the care and work that goes into them?

    Assuming the slides come out okay, I'll post a few.
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    Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    The area where I live has:

    1) a significant number of people who are interested in the colourful, intricate quilts that are either of historical interest, or are being made today by those who enjoy doing so;
    2) a significant number of people who are interested in restoring and/or operating classic and antique cars; and
    3) an older section with a lot of commercial heritage buildings. Many of them serve well as intewresting backdrops for the classic and antique cars. Many of them also have large windows or other display areas that are perfect for displaying the colourful, intricate quilts that the quilters have either collected or made themselves.

    The heritage core gets shut down for the day. A few hundred cars are brought in and parked on the streets and lots in the area, dozens of beautiful quilts are put up where everyone can admire them and a few thousand people come to see everything together.

    There actually is a surprising synchronicity between admiring the quilts and the cars - maybe because of all the care and work that goes into them?

    Assuming the slides come out okay, I'll post a few.
    Look forward to seeing

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    At least I know the slide worked perfectly and absolutely no bleed over! It works great!
    That's my next experiment, I've got 2 darkslides to cut down to try do 4x10s.
    Meanwhile, my first shot looks like it's worked.

    Best thing is, I got a 9.5" roll of TMX well over 100' long for well under $100. Now to test if the roll of Ektachrome I also got still works...
    An awful lot of electrons were terribly inconvenienced in the making of this post.

    f/64 and be there.

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    A roll of Fuji Reala in 120 (Holga), waiting to process.
    A roll of Fuji 800 NPZ in 35mm, waiting to process.

    Kodak Tri-X 120 to dial in the 777 developer.
    My last roll of TMax 400 120.

    Now that I've 'gotten rid of' the little tidbits of film laying around, I can focus on shooting HP5+/Tri-X in 35mm and 120 as usual, but also try to dial in Fuji Acros with a new developer for pinhole and landscape work. I'm looking forward to doing that this week.
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