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    First medium format film developed!

    well here is the pictures from my first roll of film. i used Ilford 50 Panf +
    tell me what you think
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    Great results!
    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    Good job. What developer?

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    The first three look as though they've been heavily over sharpened during transition to digitalising.
    My first roll came out fogged so you done better than I.

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    These look like terrible scans...this is similar to what I get from Delta 3200..except with zero tonality in the mids.

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    Agree with Gavin.

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    I think the picture of the platform has a lot of potential. And I would revisit that subject more than once if I were you. Good job.

    Pan F is a pretty high contrast film, so it's a little hard to control at first. So don't let the difficulty getting it into posting form scare you.

    But it is an awesome film too.

    I find that I generally develop it soft. And if I have high contrast negs then print soft.

    For a first roll I'll give you two thumbs up.
    Michael Batchelor
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    The camera catches light. The photographer catches life.

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    Look good to me.

    Jeff

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    #1 looks way too contrasty, #2 still a little contrasty. #3+4 seem to have optimal tonality. Maybe the exposure was off in the first picture?
    Apart from that they look pretty good. Keep shooting! Which Developer did you use?

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    It's difficult judging images on a screen when the scanning could have had so much to do with things. I'd agree that the first couple look a bit contrasty but whether that's the negatives or not is impossible to say. If it is then I think you need to give a little more exposure, maybe a stop, and cut back on the development by, say 15% for starters. But hardly any of us get things right straight off the bat. The important thing is that you've proved to yourself you can handle medium format and you'll now keep on buying film to make sure it hangs around as long as possible. Wont you!!
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