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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by P Bailey, Jul 11, 2004.

  1. P Bailey

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    Miranda Sensorex, Kodak Technical Pan film [ISO 25], Handheld.
     
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    Nice shots. These have a nice rustic feel to them.
     
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    These are all great shots. I really like the first one, it has good contrast to it, and great composition; the leaning post guides your eye right to the hanging clothes. Nice work, keep it up! :D
     
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    The third one's great, but I like all of them.

    Where you got that ISO 25 Film from? I search for something like that, the only one I got is an Ilford ISO 50
    Hook me up! ;)
     
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    Thx for your help! Gotta buy some of them
     
  7. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nice work, like #s 5 & 2 a lot.

    Shot a few roll of Efke KB25 last fall and like the results. (used D-76 developed) I have no experience with Kodak Tech Pan. Is there a big different between them.

    Also for the Efke films is it best to use the Neofin Blue or other per-war developers
     
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    The ISO 25 film is really great to work with. The results are far superior to the faster films. It is really quite versatile. I have used it in many different light conditions. Good luck. Post some results if you can.
     
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    Nice collection of B&Ws as usual, PB.... the first one looks a little dark and contrasty on my monitor, but it's my favorite as far as subject matter - such a folksy, comfortable scene. I love it! :)
     
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    I think the Efke film is easier to develop. I use daylight tanks and found the Kodak film to be a bit sticky and hard to spool. The quality of the negatives seem to be about the same.
     
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    realy great shots. The shadow on #3 is realy nice, #2 is also a awesome picture.


    -Zac
     

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