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Yeah, if I'm not getting paid (or hoping to have someone buy prints) I'm not carrying more than two lenses when I leave the house. Half the time I dont even bother changing lenses, unless it's something very specific. It's not that difficult, it's fairly easy to anticipate what I'm going to be shooting.
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So... what film do you guys use for masking purposes? On the rare occasion that I do it, I've just been using Ilford Delta or Fomapan, but I'm sure there's something much better out there. Maybe Rollei 25 orthochromatic? I've heard it looks a lot like Tech pan, which would make it about perfect.
 
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Got back my midterm portfolio in photography, and thanks to me acing the incredibly basic first project, I managed to get an A for the midterm!
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Got back my midterm portfolio in photography, and thanks to me acing the incredibly basic first project, I managed to get an A for the midterm!

nice!
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so my dad gave me a bunch of old film that is Kodak Royal Gold ISO 200. i have like 7 rolls. totally going to shoot this first to see if it develops weird since its develop date is 10 years expired lol. should i set my camera to a different speed maybe half and shoot at half or something? not sure if shooting expired film that I honestly do not know the storage conditions. or shoot it like any other film, which i doubt.

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I'd expose 2/3 to 1 stop over then develop normal. Or better yet, photograph a chart, then do a clip test. Depending on how degraded it is, you may have a hard time printing, since the colors tend to decay at different rates. Expect there to be a bit of a cyan to green cast, but it probably won't be severe unless the film was stored in heat or something.



So I was just playing around and I found out that the flash sync on my 150mm actually does work. I just have to push the plug really hard. Awesome, I guess I ought to add a hotshoe to my Speed Graphic now. Would it be better to put it out on a handle like the original flashes, or should I just screw it on top in the middle?
 
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awesome. its daytime now biggrin.gif going to shoot some film on my new camera today before I leave for basketball regional in South Carolina. not sure how much film to take with me but im thinking just 2 rolls since they are 24 exp. guess ill shoot a little of my expired kodak gold since i dont have anything else to shoot and i have 7 rolls of the expired stuff. i dont think i will shoot 2 rolls while im there but im pretty sure i can easily shoot 24 shots at least.


i have a feeling either a scanner or developing material are in my near future this summer to save money on dev costs since if im reading it right is $15/roll for develop and high res scan. not sure how much of a deal that is

http://www.showcaseinc.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Lab-brochure.pdf


shooting with the XD-11 so far is pretty fun and rather easy
Edited by Conspiracy - 3/8/12 at 9:00am
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Decent film scanners for 35mm are going to be pretty expensive. I think this is about the cheapest you can get that'll give you good, printable results.
 
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I don't think he needs to spend that much on a scanner, that's borderline ridiculous. Spend 150 bucks on an Epson, when you feel you need more detail and enlargement, step up to medium format.
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Dudemanppl posted some 35mm scans from the Epson a while back. They were awful. It's okay for medium format, but anything smaller comes out without a lot of detail. I suppose it depends on the user though, since image quality matters more to some people than others.


EDIT: http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/consumer/consDetail.jsp?oid=63076139&utm_source=google&utm_medium=shopping&utm_campaign=base&ref=googlebase $99 refurbed from Epson. For that cost, it's really not bad, but I'd say it's not worth the full 150 for 35mm only.
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