Discussion in 'Film Discussion and Q & A' started by SoulfulRecover, Oct 7, 2016.
Kodak Ultramax 400, Nikkor 28-85 f/2.8-4 in macro mode.
Kodak Ultramax 400, Nikkor 28-85 f/2.8-4
Kodak Ultramax 400, Nikkor 28-105d in macro mode.
These were all self-developed ones, my first three rolls trying colour developing at home (CineStill CS41 powder kit). With...mixed results, as you'll see.
Voigtländer Bessa R, Lomo Purple XR 100-400 (rated @ 200). Film got very crinkled while loading into the developing reel and was touching itself in several places. Lots of weird stuff going on all over this roll. I think in this one they kind of make it more interesting though.
Pentax K1000, CineStill Daylight 50. I've never shot this film before, so I don't know if the colours are normal for it or if there were developing problems. This roll was also kind of messed up upon loading, so it's hard to say.
Mamiya 645, Portra 400.
I have a roll of that CineStill, and haven't shot it yet. I like the colors here. The first one is a dandy, film gremlins and all - the bare feet and the leaping dog in the midst of the artifacts give the whole frame a very whimsical feel. Love it!
That little cutie in the swing is cracking me up, sporting those sunglasses. Kids are so funny!
Rembrandt lighting, shot on a Nikkormat FT3 with a nikon f/1.4 lens wide open. Kodak Tri-X 400 film.
Rembrandt lighting. by Peeb OK, on Flickr
BW Film shot - colorized. by Peeb OK, on Flickr
Shot these roses in Tri-X 400 and then colorized. Why I didn't just use a color film, or even a digital camera is a mystery to me- but I had fun! Nikkormat FT3 with a nikon 50mm lens.
Ultramax 400 shot at box. Minolta af-35-70 f4, Minolta Maxxum 9000. Evaluative metering, f/8 @ 1/500s, start of pm golden hour. Unicolor C41 powder kit. Epson V850 scanner.
Park Office, Lake Perez, Pennsylvania. Pentax Super Program/Fujicolor400 at box/Vivitar 28-135.
Done. Minolta Maxuum 9/Kodak Gold200 at box/ Sigma 70-300
Finished a roll of Fuji 400 (320 rated) C-41. Tripod mounted Pentax MX 50mm 1.4, orange filter.
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