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    the lcd display o n the back of the camera looks
    like you have the camera set to auto and "square image"
    try tweeking it to 135, and "full sat noholga", instead of what it is on now
    cool image of a film box btw.

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    there is no lcd on the back of the camera

    and i have no idea what anything else you said means lol

    sorry you will have to explain im a beginner
    thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberspider View Post
    there is no lcd on the back of the camera

    and i have no idea what anything else you said means lol

    sorry you will have to explain im a beginner
    thank you
    He's teasing you. The film box end in the slot on the camera back sort of looks like an LCD display, as it's rather light, looking like it's illuminated.

    The rest is funny, too. If you can't figure it out, maybe he'll explain it. It's just a little joking around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Excalibur2 View Post
    Looks like you are using crappy Jessops diamond film......that doesn't help to get the best pictures.
    it was given to me the one i just used is kodak color plus 36exp 200 asa
    but i wont put any more film in the minolta till i fix the light seals

    also ill be sending this film to
    http://www.photo-express.co.uk/index.html

    and not haven prints done they do
    Undeveloped films to CD

    If you have an undeveloped 35mm or APS film that you only want scanning to CD with no prints then the cost is just £4.00 per film, which includes developing the negatives and scanning to CD as above. Negatives and CD will be returned to you
    so ill try this and print my self with my epson r800
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    Shame you haven't a large Tesco near you as they do it while you shop and if they are not busy could be in 30mins.....ok you might get a few dust spots to clear up in photoshop but for testing cameras and lenses it's worth £2 total for dev and a CD.

    Developed by Tesco BUT printed in a lab canon FD 28mm f2.8, superia 200asa:-
    http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/n...a/179612c9.jpg

    This is the sort of thing you can get when the girls get a bit sloppy at Tesco, I just rescan with my scanner..Helios 44m.
    http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/n...oto16_15-1.jpg

    I had a shock when this was developed only, at Asda for £1... Tak 35mm f3.5 MTL3
    http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/n...tax35mm009.jpg

    I re-washed the neg and cleared up remaining spots in Photoshop:-
    http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/n...washing024.jpg

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    thank you for posting the photos i am starting to think some of the problem is jessops i have never like that place always sloppy and rude
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    hey cyberspider ..

    sorry, i'll explain

    the lcd display o n the back of the camera looks
    like you have the camera set to auto and "square image"
    try tweeking it to 135
    the cool film box is bright and square and looks like a lcd image on a
    digicam. it is square, not rectangular, like a regular 35mm image ...

    "full sat noholga", instead of what it is on now
    the image you posted looks light leaked, and a color image
    made from a holga ( see first reference to square image.
    without the mask images from a holga are usually square,
    flared light leaked and sometimes less saturated )

    what i was suggesting you do was impossible, film cameras
    have no preference area to change the camera's setting ...


    i DO like the film box, much nicer than the ones i have stuck on the back of my
    camera.

    john

    masking tape / gaffer tape works well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Excalibur2 View Post
    Shame you haven't a large Tesco near you as they do it while you shop and if they are not busy could be in 30mins.....ok you might get a few dust spots to clear up in photoshop but for testing cameras and lenses it's worth £2 total for dev and a CD.

    Developed by Boots BUT printed in a lab canon FD 28mm f2.8, superia 200asa:-
    http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/n...a/179612c9.jpg

    This is the sort of thing you can get when the girls get a bit sloppy at Tesco, I just rescan with my scanner..Helios 44m.
    http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/n...oto16_15-1.jpg

    I had a shock when this was developed only, at Asda for £1... Tak 35mm f3.5 MTL3
    http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/n...tax35mm009.jpg

    I re-washed the neg and cleared up remaining spots in Photoshop:-
    http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/n...washing024.jpg
    erm can't find an edit button......the first link, neg was dev by Boots not Tesco, but here are two Tesco dev negs, Hexanon 40mm f1.8... Reala and superia 200 scanned by me and enhanced in Photoshop:-

    http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/n.../konica879.jpg
    http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/n...ridtest375.jpg

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    Very nice. The shadow detail and the highlights in the clouds just come out so well in film. Electronic-capture cameras can't do that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Excalibur2 View Post
    erm can't find an edit button......the first link, neg was dev by Boots not Tesco, but here are two Tesco dev negs, Hexanon 40mm f1.8... Reala and superia 200 scanned by me and enhanced in Photoshop:-


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    As an amatuer... I hope to learn from this post as well...or at least add some fodder for the the old neurons.
    *When I saw the 1st pic I thought " expired film"
    * Looking at the Pentax shot..I said he's nearly as blind/dumb as me too and couldn't see to focus because he forgot to open up the aperture or he's sitting under a dark cloud. (it's really not that bad IMHO).
    note: blind/dumb emphasis on ME, as In Moi, as in One Stop Short.

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