Discussion in 'Film Discussion and Q & A' started by SoulfulRecover, Oct 7, 2016.
Pentax 645nii, 67 90 f2.8, Portra 400.
Just got a roll of Superia Xtra 400 back...it was a test roll with nothing on there I'm particularly fond of. But I kinda like this one—it's from a couple months ago when my girlfriend and I had been planning to go for a hike and take pictures of the colourful changing leaves. Unfortunately, the day we set aside to do so happened to fall a couple days after a colossal wind storm that basically stripped them all. But hey, bleak is cool too.
I think it's a bit pinkish because I had a 1B filter on.
T-Max 100 developed in Adonal for 6 minutes at about 23°C
Shot with a Konica P&S
My wife and Toby dancing
This wasn't a great roll. It is a short (20 frame, bulk-rolled) roll of HP5 400 that I shot to test an Olympus OM2000 a friend had given me. I was rattled and annoyed by the fact that the mirror stuck at f/11 and f/16, so I shot a lot of useless frames. But there are about five or six shots that are okay. This is my favourite. It was a brisk, sunny, fall day in Jersey City, and these empty Adirondack chairs seemed to evoke the death of summer. Olympus OM2000 with Zuiko 50mm f/1.8, Ilford HP5 400.
Ilford Delta 400. Minolta XD-11 with a Minolta MC Rokkor-PF 58mm f/1.4. The throwaway shot at the end of the roll.
APX 100, Developed in Adonal (1+25) for five and a half minutes at roughly 23°. Pentax Z-20 with standard zoom lens.
Here's some Portra in a K1000:
rSunrise by limrodrigues, on Flickr
Do you do your own scanning? Probably asked this already haha
APX 100 developed in Adanol (1+25) for 5 and a half minutes at 23°C. Minolta Riva 135 EX
You may or may have asked but I honestly don't remember hahaha No I don't own my own scanning because it takes too much time and effort. My lab scanned them for me, Portra + Noritsu scanner.
Do they do any of the editing or color adjustments? I typically shoot B&W but have a few boxes of Portra Id like to shoot but I am terrible at color adjustments. Just trying to figure out if there is a typical workflow for color negative scans to get the right colors/WB (that classic Portra look) or if I need to out source.
I use a Noritsu 1800 series scanner. Best scanner I have ever used.
They would be fools not too. You can do a lot of corrections when scanning with the Noritsu scanner and software.
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