The Coal Bunker

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  1. JohnMF

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    A shot from a recent batch i processed. Turned out to be one of my faves on the roll.
     
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    Interesting looking coal. I've never seen them almost round like that.
     
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    I like it, it would make a great series.
     
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    nice stuff, what are you using to scan your negs? i'm looking for something to do 120..
     
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    thanks

    Ocular: I think it is special smokeless coal, it seems to be compressed or something.

    Duncan: a Canonscan 8800f. It's quite good if you place the film directly on the glass and flatten it with another piece of glass. Although I do get the occasional funny colours appearing, not sure what is causing that.
     
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    hmm the 8800f was what i've been looking at as i can get it on staff price at work ;)
     
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    Nice tones. I'd like to see the foreground in better focus but that's just me.

    I got a Canon V700 for scanning 35mm and 120 negatives but haven't had a chance to put it to use yet. Only used it for Polaroids but have been extremely pleased so far.
     

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