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  1. crawdaddio

    crawdaddio TPF Noob!

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    Tri-X 400 pushed to 3200





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  2. Alpha

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    You actually shot this at 3200? And then processed at 3200? It's f'in sweet.
     
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    crawdaddio TPF Noob!

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    Yup. 11 minutes at 75F. in TMAX developer. I agitated less frequently (for 5 sec. every 45 sec.) to keep the highlight detail a little.
    Thankx,
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    TMAX, huh? I usually process TX in D76. Any particular reason you opted for TMAX developer?
     
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    You should definitely crop the bottom off.
     
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    The leak at the bottom is great, not only for the optical shift in his body, but also because it accentuates the framing in the top half.
     
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    Oh yeah, because the bottom half is so crappy it certainly does accentuate the top half's superior lighting and composition quality.
     
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    Nice to see someone who use film :thumbup:

    I heard from a specialist that it s recommended to use TX instead of Tmax for such pushed development. Have you ever tried to compare?

    mat
     
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    Why so negative? Somebody piss in your cereal?
    I do not crop my photos, they are all full frame.

    Max- I have never used anything but TMAX. It's easy for me to get locally and it's cheap.
    MrMatthieu- I have pushed TMAX100 to 400. The results are not as good as Tri-X. I don't usually like tmax film NEARLY as much as Tri-x. tmax tends to look soft and lean toward silvery tones that I find flat. JMO.
     
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    i liek this. i want to get one of those medium format cameras.
     
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    abraxas No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    :biglaugh:

    Still looks like you're having fun. Nice shot.
     
  12. alexblackwelder

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    I love the bottom part. The shot would have a completely different feel without it.
     

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