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    Well right there is your grain problem.Tell jeeves to scan at 7200dpi with a good fistful of gravel shoved into the howlertech, it will take even longer, but you get very defined grain. It was probably a mistake to substute tofurkey for baloney, if you really need a worse acting developer ham would be the meat to use. As for "glow" you might try scraping the radium from some old alarm clocks, put it in the start bath 100:25:3:47 use distilled water filtered through a goose to bring up the eggstra punch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winterclock View Post
    Well right there is your grain problem.Tell jeeves to scan at 7200dpi with a good fistful of gravel shoved into the howlertech, it will take even longer, but you get very defined grain. It was probably a mistake to substute tofurkey for baloney, if you really need a worse acting developer ham would be the meat to use. As for "glow" you might try scraping the radium from some old alarm clocks, put it in the start bath 100:25:3:47 use distilled water filtered through a goose to bring up the eggstra punch.
    You are so wrong winterclock.

    If you want grain you must use wheat or oats or other "grains".

    If you want to put rocks in your photos you have to join "f64".
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    Wheat and oats are fine for minox sized prints but if you're gonna go big you need grain with real heft to it.

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    Spelt. Mofo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markbarendt View Post
    You are so wrong winterclock.

    If you want grain you must use wheat or oats or other "grains".

    If you want to put rocks in your photos you have to join "f64".
    If you want to develop in champagne do you have to join Magnum?
    I do use a digital device in my photographic pursuits when necessary.
    When someone rags on me for using film, I use a middle digit, upraised.

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    I prefer my grains to look like quinoa.
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    i got sick the last times i has spelt and quinoa ..
    id be afraid ro have my film or prints grain
    resemble them ...


    winter
    i had jeeves follow the ham instructions but the salts released and
    it made a monobath and fixed everything.
    the results werent too bad, a bit unde developed for my taste
    if you loke 80s music i could describe it as judys tiny head meets bannanarama meets adnreas vollenvider kind of sort of
    the attari been scanning since 2am est not sure when it will be done ...


    btw its a 20x12 macro of a nostril. i used a 68mm weiwinkle and jeeves extended the bellows
    all the way out. through my rear view mirror i saw he used all 10 1200ws heads and all 10 of the glackline speedtron lights, gobos, scrims, gels too, i cant see right now from the flash
    and am using a voice recognition software to type this. jeves used the raybans and told me about the film


    cant wait to see it as a 3x5 wallet size print!
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    I see you got your spellcheck fixed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by richard ide View Post
    I see you got your spellcheck fixed.

    siri has been drinking mimosas this morning lol
    silver magnets, trickle tanks sold
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    large format to small format

    Clearly you need to go back to skool. The so called "grain" you are looking at isn't. You need to look between the "grain" or in the case of LF beside the "grain". More correctly because it is in German it's termed Partikel Zwischenraum, or PZ. 35mm PZ is random and sloppy, sometimes edgy and sometimes just cliche. Large format Partikel Zwischenraum is ordered and vertically correct, but often detached and a little boring. If you look closely at your scans and you should really being doing your own scanning and let your butler buttle, you'll notice that LF PZ sport non hipster beards. It's just fundamental.



 

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