Post your favorite shot from your most recent roll

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  1. Rick50

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    Doing some film testing.

    Ilford Delta 100 (4x5). F22, 1/30 with 2 B800 flash heads. Processed in DDX.

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    Ilford HP5 Plus (4x5). F22, 1/30 with 2 B800 flash heads. Processed in DDX.

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    Fujifilm GA645Zi, Acros 100, D76 1:9, Rapid Fix, Canoscan 8800F. My way of checking out a new camera is to go for a reflection. These people were very interested in my camera. They thought it was an instant camera. Students of photography. Asked a lot of good questions. I absolutely love Acros. Gonna try pushing it next time.

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    Olympus Stylus Zoom 140, Thrift store find. First roll, short roll of TriX400 rolled into hacked 800 DX coded canister. HC110 B, Rapid Fixer, Canonscan 8800F

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    Canon AE1, 55mm f3.5 Macro, TriX shot at box speed, D76, Rapid Fixer, Canonscan 8800F.

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    Chrome comes up nice on that Tri X. Still on the fence over buying 100 ft Tri X or HP 5
     
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    You can't go wrong with either in my opinion. There are subtle differences. You just got to compare them side by side at stock, 800, 1600, etc. or that's what I did. I think HP5+ has a little more tonal range. I prefer TriX for the rich black and look of the grain. It is so close really. Now Acros, that is really a super nice film. I just shot a roll at 400, HC110 B, negatives look gorgeous, and I like how flat it dries & lays in the scanner film holders. I bet the film experts on here would have more opinion on this. You should start a separate thread.
     
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    Picked up a bag at antique store that had misc stuff in it. Had a couple rolls of film in it. I told myself I wasn't going to use expired film anymore because it can be a pain to deal with. I popped it in and took images of my cat and dog and a few on the street. Developed the 24 exposure roll and only 4 images were decent, about 2 or 3 look like Picasso stuff, this one being my favorite. Some have some abstract quality to them so may goof around with them when I find time. Not sure but the roll may have got wet inside.

    Tank Turret Detail. Canon AE1, 55mm macro 3.5. TriX . D76
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    Ricoh 500G FP4 D76 stock.


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    From a December roll I just got back, using my Pentax Espio point and shoot. Mostly just bad party snapshots and such, but I like the colours in this one.
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  11. SoulfulRecover

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    Heres the scan I got back from the shop. All I did was compress it into a JPEG and lowered the quality so its not a huge file.

    This is with metering and over exposing:

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    Is 1988 recent enough? I found these old negs and scanned a few. Still have the camera - Canon T90. I have a roll of Portra 400 coming tomorrow. :)
    This is Kodak T-Max 100.

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