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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    I shoot Ilford MGIV paper at ISO 25. I've used it in my Speed Graphic and also in my RZ.

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    We use the same paper, and I shoot at 3, but you shoot at 25. I wonder where that difference comes from? Different developer? I use Dektol at either 1+4 or 1+7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    ralph ...
    that is a great pre-flash filter you have there!
    i spoke with an old timer years ago who used to pre-flash his
    slide film with a milk glass filter just like that. all the people around him
    were wondering " what the heck is this guy doing ?! " and then when they
    saw his chromes they were in awe of how "full" they were...
    Thanks

    I forgot to mention that the milky plastic (shown in picture) is a box cover from IKEA.
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    Here is the original paper negative from a scan and the reversal image courtesy of photoshop.

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    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails iso 25 negative on ilford.jpg   iso 25 reversal on ilford.jpg  

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    hi ron

    what kind of lights do you use to illuminate your chart ?

    i have found certain light conditions my paper is "faster" than others
    (more blue? ) .

    john

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Here is the original paper negative from a scan and the reversal image courtesy of photoshop.

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    Am I the only one missing how attachements could be viewed in APUG?
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    That was a daylight exposure.

    All you need do is click on these and they appear on-screen in a new window or an overlay depending on your browser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    ...All you need do is click on these and they appear on-screen in a new window or an overlay depending on your browser.

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    What I meant to say was:

    'Am I the only one missing the old way how attachements could be viewed in APUG?'

    Sean apparently changed it, because it was creating a problem with the classified.
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    I forgot to mention that these were developed in Dektol 1:3 for 1 minute.

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    I usually rate mine at iso 6 (arista edu ultra grade 2) i have for the most part have had great results with it, i just dont include much if any sky in my images due to extremely small latitude.
    "Why thats one of those old black and white cameras aint it?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenimage View Post
    I usually rate mine at iso 6 (arista edu ultra grade 2) i have for the most part have had great results with it, i just dont include much if any sky in my images due to extremely small latitude.
    Try a yellow filter. It will make all the difference in latitude (but cuts the speed in half).
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