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    mysteryscribe TPF Noob!

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    paper negative with a little digital post processing[​IMG]
     
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    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    interesting background! window? door? remember my granddad had a door with a similar window ...
     
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    Actually an old window that I shot with matt spray to make it impossible to see in. Now I find that it is my favorite background. that thing that looks like a cloud on the right is a bush outside. I needs pruning but ain't never gonna happen now.

    What look like rain drips are matt spray drips they to will never get fixed in my lifetime. Next time I think im going to hit it with a strobe light to highlight the interior. During a two minute exposure I wonder what will happen if i pop off the strobe a few times. It's f45 so shouldnt make any difference to the total exposure.
     
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    I am always interested in the outcome of such experiments!
     
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    mysteryscribe TPF Noob!

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    I do so many oddball things I don't even keep track... today I rolled some 127 film and shot a kodak vest pocket camera that is probably a hundred years old. I was surprised that the bellows is still good. Kodak make lousy bellows units. But i got an image it was soft but usable. I didn't print it cause I just wanted to see if it was light tight. Of course to see if the shutter was indeed working and the lens at least a little clear.

    I have yet to find a sharp 127 camera. Of course I haven't tried the rollie or the yashica tlr.
     
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    yep.. would like to call myself a proud owner of a rolleiflex ... but I cannot :(
     

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