T-Max 400

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  1. jcdeboever

    jcdeboever TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    I like the grain. Just bumped the clarity a little in Gimp. I could get used to little post work any day.

    Canon T70 - T-Max 400
    F76, 75 degrees @ 1+9, 6 1/2 min

    Flash practice on cat. FD 50 f1.8
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    Flash practice on cat. FD 50 f1.8 BG 1215.jpg

    Mug shot flash / practice, need to move flash off camera for this type of shot. Move away from wall. FD 135 f2.5 GS 1215.jpg


     
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    cgw Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Love it in 120.
     
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    ??? Medium format? I suppose, I have an Airesflex but no flash for it.

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    Dude, you gotta bounce the flash in all those photos. On my monitor, a slight burn on the cat's face in #1, the whole image need to darker in #2 and #3. Remember you can bounce up, left, right, behind and even off your hand (or card).

    How do you digitize? Do you have a loupe?
     
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    Nice! That FD135 might be in my future.
     
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    It is nice and cheap. I missed focus on a lot of shots with it, very precise focus. Once I started at the proper foot mark and moved the ring back, it was easy to work with.
     
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    Lol....Hey, now look, this was like the second time I used it so give the noob a break... Lol... There was no tilt built into the flash , I see what you mean. Heck, I am just glad I didn't destroy the roll in developing. I had no idea what to expect from this so I will make master Gary happy on the next roll. No loupe

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