silky water and 120 film

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  1. Double H

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    Mamiya RZ67 pro II, Kodak portra nc 400 expired 2001
    roughly 1/2 sec at ƒ16, cp filter
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    Personally it seems kind of flat. Did you gray balance?
     
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    It's a direct scan of a neg, no post applied. The film was far expired as well, creating all kinds of shifting.
    Is your monitor calibrated?
     
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    Any c&c?
    Here is another scan, corrected for white-balance only, no other pp.
    I had to compensate for the CP, 2-stops. I think the exposure is pretty darn good, considering.
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    The first one seemed dull and flat this second is much better.
     
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    the second one is sweeeeeeeeeet!
     

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