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    Here are 3 frames of that door+reflection, 3 different exposures [frames #2,3,4], i discarded first frame from the roll because i did cut the reflection shooting on landscape orientation, so those are the ones i chose.

    These are a direct scan without any adjustments or whatever, i forgot to calculate the DR, but how much DR do you think in this shot and what to do in this situation with huge DR between shadow and highlight indoors? ND may not solve the problem because the highlight is in the center of the frame and i think i need that kind of center ND/GND filter than solid ND or GND partially.
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    And here the last 3 frames of the same roll, also direct scan and you can notice the shadows and highlight, i will try to recover the shadow and highlight to balance between both if possible, also i didn't apply contrast, but maybe it is a bit contrasty if tell the scanner to leave curves as default.

    So, do you think that the camera is fine and the lens is good? And what about the film, it is expired and only stored in the fridge not the freezer?
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    Again, sorry for those shots, i took the last shot which is my favourite so far out of the ten and did little adjustment, what do you think?
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    I think if you don't recognize the quality of the glass you are using, you should take up macrame instead.

    Nice detail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter View Post
    I think if you don't recognize the quality of the glass you are using, you should take up macrame instead.

    Nice detail.

    tim in san jose
    Thanks!

    What is macrame?

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    Looks good, dude!

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    Quote Originally Posted by David T T View Post
    Looks good, dude!
    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by TareqPhoto View Post
    Thanks!

    What is macrame?
    A hobby knotting twine into lamp holders and cheap necklaces.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter View Post
    A hobby knotting twine into lamp holders and cheap necklaces.
    Ah ok, thank you very much!

    Sooner or later i will test 127mm, not sure which film i should use, 100ASA or 400? Kodak or Ilford or Fuji? B&W or color?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TareqPhoto View Post
    Ah ok, thank you very much!

    Sooner or later i will test 127mm, not sure which film i should use, 100ASA or 400? Kodak or Ilford or Fuji? B&W or color?
    Ilford FP4 @ 100 using a Pyro staining developer. Prepare to be amazed at the tonality you get. For color, Kodak Ektar 100.

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