Discussion in 'Film Discussion and Q & A' started by SoulfulRecover, Oct 7, 2016.
Nikon F, 55 f/3.5, TriX
Fujifilm GX680III, 250mm f/5.6, Fujifilm 400H expired 2013, waist level finder. C41 press kit. Epson V800, silverfast. Spot metered @ ISO 200 to compensate for expired film. f/11 @1/250s, mirror up. Bogen 3020 tripod.
This bonsai was about the size of an overhead microwave.
Wax on Wax off
Nikon F, 35 f/2d, Ilford FP4+ @125, Ilford Ilfosol 3, sunny 16
^^^ That is wonderful.
Cant afford scans right now so these are just phone photos taken while on a light table. The black splotch is the reflection from the overhead light
For negs, the exposures/development are quite nice. They all seem soft. For me the softness works in #3, but not in #1.
probably from taking pics of the negative on my phone while theyre in plastic sleeves. Or its possible she moved or my new Fresnel screen screwed me on focus.
I rather like the first one. Perhaps you could have paid her more to get a better smile.
I am not sure that sharpness is much of an issue with portraits of young lasses. Back in the day, portrait photographers used special soft focus lenses on purpose.
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Nikon F, Nikkor 55 f/3.5, Ilford FP4+. Darkroom experimenting. Pre flash paper, dodge & burn, mask, focus adjustment.
Waiting on a butterfly
Nikon F, Nikkor 55 f/3.5, FP4+. I didn't expect this to come out, pleasantly surprised. Very small hummingbird moth.
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