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polaroid is the supreme instant film edition

Old thread: >>3413382
All film photography related questions and general discussion on film photography is to take place in this thread.
Analog, 35mm, 120 medium format, large format, C41, E6,B&W, developing, scanning, labs, darkroom etc.
Feel free to post photos, we want to see that beautiful grainy goodness!

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless you instcuck mini
>you're also double gay if you didn't fap to pic related

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>>3416932
>Paying more than 15 eurobucks for a cartridge
Polaroid is nice an all, but its so fucking expensive. Instax is good for what it is, most cameras are fucking ugly tho.
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>>3416465

Anyone?
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Do any of you like lomo 800? Or should i just stick with portra 800 for fast color
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>>3416982
I've never tried lomo 800 but from reviews I've seen online it's not the best film. I'd suggest trying out Superia 800 or f you can get your hands on it Superia Venus 800, Venus 800 is my personal favorite fast colour film.
>link related
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAwjw8vUtjE
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>>3416982
Its king jvpes’ new favorite colour film. Shits hella gucci

#minoltagang!
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What's a good budget medium format SLR
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>>3416986
Why do you want 800 speed color?
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>>3417042
Pentacon Six or if you want something even cheaper you could go for a Kiev 6c which is a russian copy
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>>3417042
Mamiya M645 and RB67 series.
Zenza Bronica ETR and SQ series.
If you are in Europe, Pentacon Six and Kiev60 can be real bargains, albeit unreliable.
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>>3417048
I'm a Europefag so I'll be eyeing for a Kiev probably otherwise I'll go for a Mamiya
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>>3416932
So my film fridge decided to kill it's self so now the temperature isn't consistent and my E6 chemicals got are frozen. (I usually keep the fridge at around 15 degrees). If I thaw them out will the still be good to use?
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>>3417043
Not them but
>faster shutter speeds/higher f stops for street shooting
>low light
>bigger flash range
>super high shutter speed/lower aperture for sports and action
>useable handheld shutter speeds for super tele lenses
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I plan on making a photographic diary.
I will shoot, develop and print 3 rolls a black and white and put 24 5 x 7 prints in a little book for every month. I hope this way life wont slip through my hands as easily and at the end of the year i can see the progress i have made with developing and making prints.
r8 this idea.
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>>3417048
> Pentacon Six and Kiev60
They can be had for under 100 cuckbux here.
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>>3417080
Sounds like fun but a lot of work. Hope you can handle it
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Imagine what your knowledge in film photography, cameras and darkroom techniques would have enabled you to do 40 years ago. You could have become a darkroom technician or a camera repairman. You could have worked in a factory as a precision mechanic and put all your heart into making the best film cameras on earth.
I want to take a timemachine back to the 80s so fucking bad lads.
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>>3417088

You wouldn't have been shit my guy. I haven't seen a single person impress me with their film/darkroom knowledge on this board in at least eight years. You guys just scavenge and squabble over scraps left behind by giants who got bored a decade ago who were subsisting on the scraps left by titans a decade before them. You're a tiny ant eating the crumbs left from my dog's kibble, but you're pretending to be a master chef.
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>>3417042
my $300 bronica sq that i have for sale
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>>3417089
I think a lot of guys here could have had at least got a comfy job at a smalltown camera shop or lab in the golden era of film.
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>>3417088
>>3417089
You both have really inflated egos.
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>>3417097
i have higher aspirations than working in a smalltown camera shop

happy just snapshitting for fun and working a real job that doesn't have me explaining what aperture is 5 times a day

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>>3417111
id rather work in a 80s camerashop than being a drunk shitposting neet on a taiwanese basketweaving board.
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>>3417114
you really think you wouldn't be a the same looser, just with this basket weaving board being replaced with a dingy smokey bar with your ex gf from
middle school bartending?

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>>3417115
Might be. Just let me dwell in my escapism pls.
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>>3417118
>not handing your resume into the local camera stores
What are you fucking gay?

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>>3417123
its usually one old guy clinging to a minilab while barely keeping his head above the water by selling frames to soccer moms and taking shitty portaits.
Very depressing and probably couldnt afford hire even one more guy.

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local walmart just discontinued the last 35mm film they used to sell, fuji c200 two-pack. the moment I feared ever since they axed superia 400 back in 2016.
I spent 10 mins trying to explain to the guy at the electronics dept what I was looking for and, despite them stocking it forever and me buying it every 2 weeks for the past 5 years or so, he had no idea what I was talking about, kept looking at me like I was fucking insane and insisted on offering me fuji instax film. had to go to customer service where they ran it thru their computer and finally told me they stopped stocking it forever on all the stores.

it was the only film readily available around here for a decent price. I was legit sad.
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>>3417139

o7
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>>3417139
f
so you are off to ordering online now.
How much did you pay for the two rolls of c200 untill now?
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>>3417142
it was $6.13 for the 36exp two-pack, always with a 2 year ahead expiration date. used to be $5 for ever since I can remember but they raised the price two years ago when they discontinued superia 400. thought it meant it was selling well and they were gonna keep it for a long time but seems like it wasn't the case.

gonna have to order it online now, but have to order in bulk of 24 rolls to match the price. It was nice and convenient to be able to just drop by any walmart and pick one up whenever I needed it, but it seems like now I'll have to get used to ordering it in bulk and keeping it in the fridge.
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>>3417139
You can get shit much cheaper online. C200 was the worst consumer level film anyway so no big loss
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>>3417146
Bruh b&h sells 3 packs of Superia 400 for $9.95.

Or you can get 10 rolls of Kodak Colorplus 200 off Amazon for $32.
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>>3417146
just buy this anon. 6 3-packs and 1 single roll for $50 and free shipping qualified. 19 rolls at ~$2.60/roll is better than yer walmart deals

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>>3417166
>>3417175
>>3417185
but I'm not in the US. Intl shipping plus export tax kills the deal. the amazon 10x kodak colorplus 200 goes up to $67. really appreciate your help nonetheless m80s.
closest thing available locally is superia 400 from the fujifilm store at $7.16 for a single roll so even shitty C200 from walmart was a life saver to keep shooting.
that's why losing it is kind of a big deal to me
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>>3417189
where the hell do you live where you have walmarts then? canada?
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>>3417078
>1s isn't a usable handheld speed

pleb
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>>3417201
aren't there walmarts in, like, everywhere. I live in a small-ish city in southeast mexico jungle and turns out there are 6 walmarts (and 3 sam's clubs) around here. I wasn't even aware of that many, customer support guy told me lel. visited 4 locations yesterday in hopes of finding a lone pack of film forgotten there but no luck.
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>>3417080
3 rolls a month or 3 just now?
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>>3417208
Post pics
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>>3417253

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So I just found this camera at a thrift store for like $5 AUD, clean and functioning, not knowing anything about it. Turns out it sells for like 3-4 hundred bucks. Did I do good /fgt/?

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>>3417262
OK point made, were you leaning it on anything?
>pic rel. >2sec but on tripod :(

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>>3417271
Sell it IMO and buy something useful
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>tfw you'll never shoot color infrared
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>>3417288
>tfw no xray film to make a 2week outdoor exposure
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>>3417288
tfw I bought 3 rolls at 3$ each, but nothing will ever be worth using it
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>>3417252
3 rolls a month
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>>3417271
They sell for well under 200 sometimes under 100 on ebay.
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>>3417218
oh man, fuck c200. get yourself Kodak Pro Image 100. Propacks are ~$18usd in MX i think...maybe less
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>>3417271
>>3417281
>>3417308
Fuck selling it. It's a very good camera keep it and use it well
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So just getting used to shooting film and I took it on a plane in a checked in bag. All ISO 800 and an unused roll of 200. How fucked am I? Is it even worth getting them developed now?
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So I was sitting and looking outside on the shitty weather we have and it struck me, that I neeed to get into the large format. Well fuck, now I'm browsing the offers and I'm about to read some basic info. What I imagine to do with it is landscapes on the slide film. I live near the forest, sea, city, harbor and shipyards. so plenty of stuff to play with, probably photo trips but nothing extreme. It's tempting but also a bit scary that it's too much to handle, I only played with handful of 35mm and Mat 124 but I really liked it so far. I'd like to go bigger than 1:1 MF.

Would $500 be enough for 4x5 camera, film holders, dark tent and some film? I have a good carbon fiber tripod I can metter with my dslr for now. Or it would be wiser to save for Mamiya / Bronica / Fuji in this price range?

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>>3417399
It shouldn't be no problem with 200. I've never checked with 800, but developing at least one won't hurt.
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>>3417402
If you wait long enough, you should be able to cop a full 4x5 setup for that kind of money.
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>>3417398
I'd rather sell it and use the proceeds to buy 40 rolls of film.
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>>3417398
that aussie has been posting the i found this camera for cheap troll for 2 years
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>>3417407
Damn, even seen one today, CAMBO 4x5 and Rodenstock Sironar N 210mm, ~$530. I guess I'll save, look around the market and be patiently waiting for good deals, thanks!
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Went skiing the other day.

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>>3417480

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>>3417482

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>>3417189
i only just started shooting film, but i find it strange that you would worry about the cost of a roll of film when it's the processing that makes it expensive.

that's why i've never even tried cheap film rolls. who cares if it is $3 or $12 a roll when it costs $20+ to process it?
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>>3417483

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>>3417485
Dat fault.

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>>3417486

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>>3417487

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>>3417488

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>>3417490
lel look at how comfy I am

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>>3417491
End of stack, this was RPX 100 in Fomadon Excel.

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>>3417492
I'm surprised your menelta worked long enough to get a whole roll off, let alone in adverse conditions.
I like the one of the skipoles.
Your compositions are too busy.
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I will also post some b&w. Various films and cams, file names may or may not reveal approximate exifs.

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>>3417498

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>>3417500

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>>3417495
The only problem I've had with a film SLR of any kind in cold weather is auto aperture mechanism in the lens getting sticky. This was taken in -25C and the camera was covered in frozen glaze from the fan gun spray.

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>>3417504
That is a great pic otherwise!

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>>3417491
>not kalakukko
Nice shots, have you shot any othe other RPX films? I've shot some RPX25 which I liked, but idk if others are worth the money since RPX400 is supposedly just Kentmere.
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That'll do, pig.

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>>3417484
most i've ever spent living in 3 different countries was $6/roll. it's less than $1/roll for me now that i dev myself. a $2 roll vs a $4 roll essentially doubles my costs
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>>3417517
https://thedarkroom.com/product/35mm-film-developing/

there's a pro lab in my city (Fort Lauderdale) that does great work but they're even more expensive

didn't realize developing c-41 at home was really a practical diy thing
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>>3417522
there's a place in miami that's $8/roll dev only
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>>3417525
what's it called?
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Not that I'm any kind of expert, but I've recently been entertaining the thought of opening a public darkroom here in my town. The closest darkroom to me now is almost an hour away. I think it would be a good location.
If I had more money, more ambition, and more business knowledge I would maybe do it. I think it'd be pretty comfy owning my own darkroom business.

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>>3417531
do your own research or stop complaining that you pay so much.

hint: it took me ~1 minute of googling
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>>3417288
I've been sitting on this for a few months. I'm waiting until next summer to shoot it. Shit was 40 fucking dollars

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>>3417399
In the future you should put it in your carry-on. The carry-on x-ray machines are apparently lower power than the ones they use for checked bags. You can also ask the TSA agent at the security area to hand inspect your film. Most of the time they will oblige you, but some may insist you put it through he machine.
I had my film x-rayed multiple times on a recent trip and it came out fine. It was mostly ISO 400 but there were a few 800 rolls as well.
Get it developed. There's a good chance it's fine. Pic related was from a portra 800 roll that got x-rayed twice.

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>>3417548

I went through eight airports over this winter break and all were willing to hand check my film.

I assume if you make it easy to do (i.e. - all neat and organized in a film holder) they are more willing to do it.
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Depends on the airport I guess. I had all my rolls in a clear plastic bag. They insisted I put it through the machine at Hanover and Heathrow. I think the guy at Hanover didnt understand what I was asking and I was running a bit late so I just agreed to put it through. Heathrow guy was apologetic but said he couldnt allow it.
It was fine anyway, so whatever.

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just give it to me straight, what black and white film should i buy? i want it contrasty
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>>3417553
Tri-X
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>>3417553
Tri-X for medium speed and Pan F Plus for slow speed
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>>3417553
Can confirm Tri-X. If you want more contrast push it to 1600 and or add a red filter
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i lost my eos m + pancake

going to azerbijan soon want a camera for the trip
think i can get an eos 300 + ef 40 mm for about £110

--whats a good travel camera for >£300--
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>>3417555
>>3417556
>>3417558
thanks frens
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>>3417479
wat
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>>3417488
Rock porn outta ten.
>>3417491
>using kuksa unironically
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>>3417516
Oh we roadcore now?

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How can one young man be so based?

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>>3417581
#minoltagang
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>>3417484
Color film dev around here in SE México has never costed me over $3.50 a roll. Hell, the fujifilm store does dev only for $1.80 a roll, and it came out OK.
For BW dev I can use the college lab at no cost, but don't shot BW that much as the film is quite expensive in single rolls.
As for scan, I do it at home with the plustek.
so yea, film is the biggest expense I have, and with the wages around here you'd understand why I'm trying to save as much as possible for something that's just a hobby.

have some random snapshit I was just digitizing. shouldn't have centered the car in the frame, oh well...

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earlier this year i decided to try out some fuji films after shooting nothing but portra for the past 6 or 7 years. i still shoot portra in 120 since superia is 35mm only, but i have been shooting nothing but superia 200, 400, and 800 in 35mm since then. most of the time i love it, sometimes it's difficult to pull out strange color casts from cloudy/rainy days.

here's an example of the difference between the two films. this is portra in 645.

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and this is superia in 35mm taken moments earlier.

the portra scans effortlessly, and tends to render more green/yellow/blue in my experience. more neutral i suppose. the superia takes a lot of adjustments to try to pull casts out of overcast skies, probably due to the tendency towards lots of magenta/red casts in the shadows which results in the green casts in lighter areas when trying to compensate.

regardless, i like it and will probably keep shooting it.

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Is there any way to making pushing film suck less? 17 minutes is a lot of time to be hanging around agitating.

Also how long do you guys rinse your film after developer and fixer?
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Just wondering, what is the deal with Minolta? This things cost peanuts where I live, what is the catch?
Somebody is selling this thing, together with a Dynax 7000i with some other lens on top for 15 bucks just around my corner. I'm intrigued.
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>>3417606
3-5 min

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>>3417606
after fix I just pop the lid on the tank and set it under the running tap for about 5 minutes, but that is probably overkill
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>>3417606
>Is there any way to making pushing film suck less? 17 minutes is a lot of time to be hanging around agitating.
Nope developing times are developing times you can't get around this. I always have youtube or twitch playing on my laptop when I'm in the darkroom*

>Also how long do you guys rinse
Like >>3417615 said about 5 minutes under running water. Then I rinse in distilled water + Adoflo (Adox branded Photo-Flo) for 1 minute so it dries without water marks.

*by darkroom I mean my laundry
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>>3417606
>>3417621
>Nope developing times are developing times you can't get around this.
uhh, i mean you can just use warmer water.
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>>3417609
autofocus maxxum/dynax/alpha minolta sold tons of tons of cameras. they're dirt cheap because there're so many of them out there and because people forgot the name already. even the flagship model from the few first generations go for peanuts and have high specs like 1/12000 shutters and shit.
$15 for a maxxum 7000i with a kit lens is a decent price, even if the plastic grip is falling apart. just make sure the AF and film advance motors are working.

as for that long lens, I don't think it`s an alpha mount. AF minolta lenses don't have aperture ring.
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sorry, realized my comment could have been more helpful. increasing the temperature of your solution will cut dev times. this is fairly universal among different film stocks, even across brands. if youre talking 17 mins at 68F then you can fairly reliably get that down to about 10 mins at 78F. shouldnt be much of a difference in final result, but dont take my word for it, give it a shot.
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is c41 developing harder than b&w?
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>>3417647
if you don't have a way to constantly keep the chemicals at 38 degrees then it's harder
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>>3417542
>>3417291
I wish you the very best shots.
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>>3417514
I shoot RPX all the time. My only gripe is that it's not available locally so I have to order it in bulk from Maco. RPX25 is pure sex, 100 is alright but somewhat grainy, 400 is too grainy for 35mm but probably decent in 120 size. Also kinkkukukko is the best of the canned kukko varieties because has actual meaty taste to it, the canned lohikukko is pretty poor because they make it out of processed ground salmon grains.

Pic is RPX25 in 120.

>>3417570
I've had this cup for 18 years and I don't see what's wrong with it.
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>>3417492
Looked like a comfy adventure anon, especially on rpx
>tfw the last thing my country would have is snow

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>>3416932
austogs, where do you buy negative sleeves?
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>>3417548
>>3417550
I know for next time!
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>>3417647

No, i found it actually easier since its a standardized process. The dev/blix times are so short that once you get your chems to temperature they shouldnt waver too awful much.
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How do I get better scans of my slide film? I shot my first roll of E100 and the some of the scans I got back from The Darkroom are a little disappointing, particularly the night shots. I can tell looking at the film itself that there's a lot of shadow detail that the scanner missed.

My current thought is to try to put together a good DSLR scanning rig and layer a few exposures to get the full range. Have any of y'all tried this approach?

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>>3417682
That looks like a good dog.

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>>3417647
No margin for error in temperature or time. Agitation has to be very consistent to get even development. Color shifts are grain exploding in your face result from the slightest deviation.
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>>3417781
>Agitation has to be very consistent
What do you mean? Does it have to be dome at a constant consistent speed? I have a rotary tank and I usually just autistically spin the wheel back and forth trying to get it to spin as fast as possible then letting it slow down. Am I doing it wrong? I never really had a problem with color shifts as I usually like the auto settings on my scanning software and if I don't I just change the wb a bit. Idk about grain because I haven't been doing this long enough to know what to compare it to.
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I unironically appreciate King JVPez
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>>3417666
i prefer the raparperipirrakka
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>>3417739
I've shilled them multiple times and I'll shill them again. Decisive Moment is the best film shop in Australia
http://decisivemoment.com.au/accessories-chemicals/negative-sleeves-folders/
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Hi!

I'm thinking about getting the green Pentax DA 40mm f/2.8 limited and body for it, but I'm reading mixed informations about sticking it on MX body. In theory it should work no problem, but will it work for sure?
Also, if you are using it to focus manually, is it hard, given the small size of the ring?
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>>3417811
Here's a question for ya, How do you plan on changing the aperture?
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>>3417815
That's a good point, I automatically assumed that there's aperture ring near the base. You saved my stupid ass, I'll search around a bit more, thanks!
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You can always go for the original SMC Pentax M 40mm f/2.8, it's slightly bigger than the DA limited since it has an aperture ring but is still very small lens.

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>>3417625
Thanks for the answer, I was curious an took the oportunity. The long lens is some other mount, but fits with a quite wonky adaptor ring. It's a kinda cheap 400mm prime, but the price was a fucking steal, I guess. The camera seems nice, I don't have the battery to test it tho.
Sorry for blog posting, I'm just happy.
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did a pretty quick and dirty attempt at a 'dlsr' scan to compare to my old v600 one

here's v600

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>>3417907
a7ii with an old nikon macro

lots left to refine with the a7 setup but i was expecting it to be more night and day than it is.
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>>3417908
wtf happened? Nothing matches at all.
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>>3417910
i wasn't using the old scan as a frame of reference since i figured it was a lost cause anyway, being my first attempt at inverting/colour balancing a negative manually.

aspect ratio is off because the v600 crops pretty aggressively to begin with, and i'm sure that one has light perspective adjustments on it

was more curious about detail/sharpness
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>>3417080
>I hope this way life wont slip through my hands as easily

fuck.
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>>3417912
Have to say the first looks a bit more natural, tonally (maybe a little too much red in the midtones). a7 scan seems to be cleaner at the grain level, no weird splotches, just a little cool and desaturated. Struggling to see a detail difference at this rez.
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>>3417111
JFC I hope you are not paying 18 bucks for a roll of fuji
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>>3417603
>>3417605
Superia wins.
Were you metering the same for both of these? Which speed films were these?
My overriding impression of these films, borne out by your example, it that you get a great deal more shadow detail and differentiation of colour with the Fuji.
It makes it so much easier to process to a desired output.
Whereas Portra you just have to make "look like portra", because when you try and get saturation or contrast out of it it goes to shit.
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jus developed my first rolls of film, 1 test roll shot on a holga and 2 35mm snapshits of my friends
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Where should i take my film to get high quality scans if i cant afford a scanner right now whats the general opinion on thedarkroom
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Absolute retard here:
why does my camera let me adjust ISO when that should just come down to what type of film I'm using?
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>>3417922
Looks like good ol’ London Drugs in Canada, Superia used to be like $5 CAD/roll until they jacked the price out of nowhere.

RIP drug store deals
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>>3417972
Pushing Film
Pulling Film
DX wasn't around for a long time
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>>3417946
if you can't afford a scanner it'd be pretty retarded to go pay the $15+/roll labs charge for high quality scans
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>Whereas Portra you just have to make "look like portra", because when you try and get saturation or contrast out of it it goes to shit.
Don't agree with that.
I find it easier to get to a neutral point, from where it can be edited to your liking. You can definitely boost the saturation and contrast, without it going to shit.
>picrelated

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>>3417929
i dont know for sure what my exposure settings were but they were at least attempted to be metered identically. used the in-camera meters for both which are definitely different, but they should have been close at the very least. the portra and superia were both iso 400.

i do agree with >>3417984 though in that the portra is remarkably simple to get a neutral scan. i believe that's one of its main selling points actually, having been built from the ground up as a modern day 'scanning' film. lots of resolution, minimal grain, with no unnatural color casts. i rarely post process my images beyond simple level and white balance adjustments done in the scanning software with occasional perspective correcting in ps, so im enjoying the superia having a unique 'already processed' look out of the box.

i would find it more difficult to process the fuji to look like the portra than the other way around, basically. theyre both great films and i wouldnt say either of them 'wins', but im currently enjoying superia for my 35mm photography, and would probably still keep shooting portra in 120 even if superia was made in that format just because that's more of what im going for with my medium format stuff. just wanted to point out the differences ive been experiencing with both to help out anyone looking for comparisons between different negative films.
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Anyone know how to fix an N6006 door latch? Grandpas gave me his old camera (the batteries were still charged! And it had an undeveloped Superia roll from at least the early 90s.)

Seems like the broken latch is actually part of the door itself so I would have to replace the whole thing.

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>>3417997
It's simply a question of whether you want to edit your photos or not. Not having to deal with editing much is one of the reasons why I shoot film so I tend to avoid Portra. It's great for heavy overcast but otherwise a really dull film.
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>>3418002
Google it. I did and a bunch of results come up, including sites to buy the replacement part for under ten bucks and videos showing how to do the repair.
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>>3418002
you can usually find a real cheap "for-parts" one for a couple of bucks at KEH.com or ebay, and fix it yourself. just ask the seller if the part you're interested in is in working condition.
procamerarepair usually carries the specific part, but I'd rather get the complete back door or a whole camera to have spare parts in case something else is bad.
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>>3418011
It al seems to be just the hook and a screw. Seems to be different than how it is attached to the camera. I found a video but it doesn’t show shit.

Honestly, I am more excited about that ancient roll. Should have it developed by the end of the week.
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>>3417563
Eos 300 plus 40mm is a fucking sick travel kit.
pic related.
Just remember to pack a few changes of battery.

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>>3417984
>ayyy
There's my muddy brown shadows, just as predicted...
You could never present that as a finished image to someone, is my point.
Whereas with a raised, neutral "black" point, and no midtone contrast (ie processed to look like portra), you have the most popular look of the last 5 years in the can.
This is Superia 100 with basic curves adjustment. I could have hue shifted the blue to cyan and layer masked the shadows to shit brown if I'd wanted to perfect the emulation, but idk this look seems pretty simple to achieve.

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>>3418063
haha, actually looked at this pic and it's rubbish.
Here, have a sharp one.

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>>3418008
you do realize color negatives don't have true colors, and these looks auto-profiled by scanner are the same as vsco presets, yes?
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>>3418067
>There's my muddy brown shadows, just as predicted...
>You could never present that as a finished image to someone, is my point.
I don't get what you're saying. In the edit or the original?
And of course I feel much more comfortable presenting that to someone, compared to the slight cyan cast on the original portra image, and *especially* compared to the strong magenta cast on the superia one.

Are you saying because raised, grey "blacks", colour casts and split toning is all the rage on instagram, this makes those the films that have such behaviour better?

Most negative comparisons online are pretty trash anyway, since there's a huge deal of variables that can't be controlled during inversion (automatic profiles, black point/white point, colour cast removal, etc. etc.), unless the person specifically tries to control for those.

In my book both films are fine, superia gives more contrast and saturation out of the box, and portra gives more latitude and better shadow detail. Portra is easier to process for a neutral look (or when you need to push the shadows), superia is easier to process for punchier look (more contrast+saturation).
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>>3418008
Portra doesn't need that much editing to look great. Portra 800 is one of my favorite films because the wide exposure latitude makes it easy to shoot and easy to edit.

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>>3418112
I don't use any scanner profiles, all I do is correct by gray point specification for color cast. I haven't seen the day yet when Portra or Superia looked anywhere alike.
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>>3417189
I'm a beaner and I can still find some C200 and proimage for a little less than 60 pesos, that is about 3 burger coins, I just look for old labs some of them don't process film anymore but some still sell cheap rolls, I get my other film from b&h, it is 11 dollars shipping but no import tax here in mexico as long as is less than 100 USD total
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>>3417218
beaner dude again, so you're from mexico, south east, are you from merdia or some shit?
I'm from Guadalajara, here we have Laboratorios Julio, some still sell proimage for 54 pesos a roll, and fotografia navarro still sells c200 for 50 pesos, I don't know what stores are in your side of the country but look up for that kind of place.
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>>3418141
I don't know. I use Portra, and really like it. But I always struggle to get strong greens from it.
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Portra? More like bore-tra. *yawn*
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>>3418231
based
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>>3417042
Pentacon six and when you save up get a pentax 6x7 too
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>>3417591
whats your paypal pedro, I'll give you $5 for film (if you want it)
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>>3418282
(post film camera and mexican passport so I know its you)
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>>3418231
More like Poortra hahaha
It's a pretty good film
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>>3418231
portra 400 sucks shit

portra 160 is based
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Idk i feel like porta has a nice warmth to it. I kinda like it.

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Hey guys, just bought 500 rolls of expired superia for $30 in leaf, how nonexistant will what they ship to me be?
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>>3418377
Wholly. You just sent 30bux to yourself in the mail.
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>>3418173
hello, fellow beaner friendo. yep, from tropical burnin' hell-hole Mérida. sadly here in "la provincia" we don't have such low prices as in "el centro". and well, the few local labs closed down ages ago. only place with readily available film is the fujifilm store but prices are quite high, a roll of superia400 or c200 in 24exp goes for $7 (135mxn).
gonna be ordering a shitton of 36exp fuji c200 from vyorsa. if I get at least 24 rolls, the price gets at $2.60 a piece. that's even lower than b&h. the guy I talked to said they have kodak film expired past december for less than $1 a piece. getting some of that too.

have you ever ordered a 100' bulk roll of BW film from b&h or amazon? I heard customs opens up the can and fucks it up.

>>3418282
hey, I'm not pedro, I'm pablo, and it's fine, my gardening day job pays well c:
nah just kiddin' m8, it's OK. I really appreciate the offer though. pretty cool of you.
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>>3417739
i just buy them from Michael 's
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would a 58mm be significantly different from a 50mm?
want to get closer portraits of performers at concerts (small venue) but the 50mm feels a bit to short plenty of times and can't justify buying a fast 85mm at the moment.
wondering how much of a difference those 8mm make.
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>>3418377
wow another idiot
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Hello. I'd like to get a 35mm toycam, capabilities at most on par with a disposable. Glass lens is a plus, but simplistic fixed-focus optics is really what I'm after. Small size and reliability preferred over gimmicks (like the VUWS' 21mm focal length for example).

Ebay of course charges an arm and a nut, so fuck that. What do, /fgt/s?
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>>3418173
Wow I have to visit Mexico sometime.
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>>3418589
Why not buy one of the dozens of basic point and shoot cameras that sell for <$10 every hour on eBay?
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>>3418603
By and large they're too good. Not unlike a CMEHA. Glass multi-element lenses, motor drives (i.e. requiring a battery), electronic flash. I'd just use my Holga, but my enlarger only does single-frame 35mm, so that's that.

also, lol, the captcha is asking to recognize fire hydrants. guess we're training google's robot dogs now
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>>3418608
bell and howell point and shits (pic is current ebay Buy It Now)
vivitar point and shits

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>>3417088
If anything we have been losing knowledge about film photography, anon. There's a fuckton of film "producers" out there that just re-roll or process stock from Kodak, Fuji and stuff like surveillance or motion picture film (probably also made by some big company). Fuji is killing film at such a pace I'm surprised they don't simply set their remaining stock on fire. If we ever lose Kodak there's pretty much fuck all left.
As for developing and printing, 40 years ago film photography was still in its prime and there were loads of masters of the craft and talented amateurs. This isn't like travelling back 30 years and possessing a phone that's the equivalent of a supercomputer of that time. What makes you think knowledge gained in the past 40 years has seen such leaps and bounds that simply having it would put you ahead of engineers who had to innovate in a highly competitive market or darkroom technicians who grew up with the medium? Also just having an idea is easy, it's the implementation that's hard.
> lol guys how about we have the camera focus for you? all you have to do is some shit with light wave phases or something. gib muneyz
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Recent haul

Anyone tried this?
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Would be interesting to know what countries and shops still sell film that isn't an independent camera store

UK
Boots (Like a British CVS)
Ilford and Fujifilm Superia- usually £8 for 35mm, £12 for 120

Pretty much the only store I know that still sells film. Poundland sold Agfa Vista for a while before they realised they were stupid selling it for £1 and got rid of it all.
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>>3418633
Practically all I shoot for 400 speed BW now, save for my leftover TriX and Tmax.

This is it at 400, overdeveloped 30 seconds.

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>>3417075
I dont see any reason freezing these chemicals would make them unusable. You should be fine :)
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>>3417042
Buy a BasselHlad and enjoy your life
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>>3417271
Mail it to me and I'll look at it and tell you if it's any good. Promise I'll mail it right back.
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>>3417798
Pal don't do that. There's a reason JOBO tanks have constant speed when they spin.
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How do I develop expired film? Do I meter differently and just develop the film as if normal?
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>>3418658
Well what speed is that then? Should I just gently turn it in the same direction without ever stopping?
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>>3418692
The general rule is to overexpose it by 1 stop for every 10 years expired and dev normally to compensate for increased grain.
Expired E6 will have colour shifting no matter so shoot it normally and dev normally (I've heard you can overexpose it to help but not sure if this is true)
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Heres a few recent photos from my trips to China and Mexico and a few other things

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>>3418739

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>>3418742
A lot of the work I focus on is concerning walls, defense infrastructure, and border security.

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>>3418589

Smena 1

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>>3417271
What store?
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>>3418778
Triplet glass lens at f/4? This is serious camera for soviet citizen, not plastic party favour.
>>3418614
All of these are like 30€ shipping to Yurp. What I'm looking for is ideas about where to look for one; local Internet sources (incl. photographers' forums) have been exhausted.
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>>3418793
Make yr own
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>>3418739
>>3418742
>>3418744
nice
could use a bit of zoom back though, these are a bit close and personal
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So I shot one of these... now where do I get it prossesed and scanned?

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>>3418970
In hell
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>>3417271
I don't understand how people find stuff like this in thrift stores for so cheap. Is it really that hard for the owners of the thrift store to do a quick Google and realize they would be retarded to sell so low?
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>>3419021
Because normies and boomers see film and think film == old and yucky so they stick 99¢ on it because they're not allowed to throw the donations out
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>>3418970
lol

do it yourself

make your own hell
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>>3419098
>>3419021
This. Thrift stores are a mixed bag. Some of them are 'vintage antique camera, €100' and some are 'look in the bin over there, there's some old shit nobody uses anymore, €2 and it's yours'
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So I finally got my photos back from The Darkroom. This is the 3M ColorSlide 640 shot at 200.

Weird stuff.

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>>3418739
love this one
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>>3419163
>>3419164
>>3419165
Why so blue?
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>>3419163
>>3419164
>>3419165
Tungsten balance slide film usually has a blue colour shift when it expires
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>>3419178
>pic related

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>>3419176
>>3419180
>>3419178

For sure, but the only examples I could find online were all yellow cast. Still, if I can ever find this stuff again I would jump on it.
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>>3417042
>>3417048
>>3417046

What about something like a bronica s2a? I've been looking at those but I've heard good things about the Pentacon as well
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>>3419098
I've been touring thrift shops and the like a lot and my experience is mixed. You often find some beat up Spotmatic with a jammed shutter and a garbage 3rd party zoom for some stupid asking price like 40€ for the body and another 40€ for the lens. When I point out they're nowhere near that value, the boomer gets his panties in a bunch and reminds me exactly how expensive this thing was in the 70's ("Hell I wanted one when I was your age and couldn't afford it!"). But some shops don't give a fuck, they acquire their stuff by buying entire estates for a bulk price and their main interest is to get that shit sold pronto so they can put the next pile of stuff on display, so the value of some individual item is not relevant to them.

Table stand flea markets can offer surprises but the drawback is that since the seller is not around you cannot haggle. 99% of their stuff is just junk like women's and kid's clothes, shitty books and movies, but sometimes you strike gold.
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>>3416932
>Post is last /fgt/ that my Aunty gave me her old Polaroid OneStep
>been looking for a first party flash on ebay
>mfw original Polaroid Q-Light flash is over $100 aus bucks shipped from USA
>gives up looking for a bit
>on B&H about to buy el cheapo short dated Provia 100f
>searches for Polaroid film because what the hay
>scrolling though assortment of Polaroid related items
>see's original Polaroid Q-Light
>$15
>mfw
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>>3419197
I never got why /p/ loves to pretend the focal plane Bronicas don't exist, it's like erasing the Hasselblad 1000f or their FC cameras
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>>3419195
y'r lomo now
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>>3419192
more?
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>>3419226
That one if not an original Polaroid Q-Light (i.e. the old ones you saw on eBay), it's a Polaroid Originals Q-Light.

Polaroid Originals is a Dutch company was known as Impossible Project until 2017 when they bought the Polaroid brand and associated IP.
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>>3419276
No it's an original flash. BnH are just hella stupid and slap "Polaroid Originals" or "Impossible Polaroid" on any old Polaroid items.
>pic related
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>>3419279
That looks like an actual Polaroid Originals refurbished SX-70, the price matches.
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>>3419282
Oh they do refurbs? I didn't know that
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>>3419285
Yep:
https://eu.polaroidoriginals.com/pages/vintage-cameras
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Going to Iceland for three days in a couple of weeks.

I got 3 rolls of provia, 3 ektachromes, 3 cinestills 800t, 2 portras 800, 1 roll trix 400 and 1 ektar. Do you think its sufficient? Should I get another film?
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>>3419324
That should be plenty for 3 days. How many cameras will you be using?
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>>3419324
You can probably consolidate that some, but I don't know how much you shoot. You do you
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>>3419231
It's not just /p/, it seems to be pretty much any photography forum. I want a hassy 500 but I'm balling on a budget and it's hard to turn down a camera thats 3 times cheaper than a hassy when I'm only shooting for fun. Sure the bronica probably isn't as good, but it's more than good enough. I just don't understand why NOBODY seems to own one.
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>>3418638
>brit's dollar store is called "poundland"
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>>3419412
if you want great value, look for a Bronica EC-TL, it goes up to 1/1000s and has TTL metering built into the body, which is rare in a 6x6 camera
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>>3419446
I mean true but if I want actual features i think something like an SQ-a makes more sense. It's not like you NEED a meter anyways. Either just wing it, or use a lightmeter app or something. The EC-TL just seems like a more likely to break S2a
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provia or 400h for portrait?
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>>3419511
Portra. It's literally designed for it.
>hurr durr popular films are bad
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>>3419511
I prefer the look of 400H under studio lighting, but Portra is good all round. Get whichever is cheaper.
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>>3419513
>>3419526
dudes it's PROVIA vs 400h/portra
I'm looking at a photobook by a certain portrait photog who only used ektachrome/astia/provia
higher contrast for drama is probably the reason, but I'm trying to see if there's any other stuff I might have missed (faithtful color reproduction maybe?)
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>>3419535
Ignore those Portra fags. Go with Provia it's gonna be closer to what you're after. I'd also say try the new Ektachrome but I have no experience with it
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>>3419513

current portra formulation is trash. nc and vc were god tier until kodak fucked their shit up.
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>>3419500
it's not, it's electronically controlled and the metering is also pretty useful if you aren't shooting at small apertures all day, the only advantage of the SQ-a is the leaf shutter and the flash sync, which is only really practical in the studio.
it also depends on the kind of glass you want to shoot, the EC and the S2a both accept Nikkor lenses as well as Zenzanons
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>>3419535
I wasn't saying you can't use provia or other slide film but you asked for what film to use for portraits, so I suggest the film that specifically designed for portraits. If you wanna experiment with shit go for it, as long as they're not paying you or anything.

>>3419542
I shot two rolls of Ektachrome when I was in sedona two weeks ago, it's nice. Admittedly I don't have much experience with slide film but I don't see why he couldn't use it for portraits.

Examples of new e100, keep in mind I'm shit

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>>3419513
Portra is the patrician’s choice. Stuff makes beautiful images.
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>>3419549

>>3419543
That picture causes me physical pain.

>>3419546
Hm alright I'll have to check the EC-TL out more. I'm debating if I even want a medium format camera or if I just want to save up for a digishit camera I don't hate (probably an xt20, I have a d5000 now and it's a pain in the ass due to size and lack of actual dials and buttons and shit). Do you have an EC-TL?

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>>3419551
Personally I agree, but everyone on /p/ shits on it for being normie film.

>>3419552
Really like the way this turned out. Ektachrome seems to render colors like this very nicely.

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>>3419554
>>3419551

For comparison, the same rock (admittedly a different part) with portra 400. The ektachrome was a little dark/underexposed but in my defense the lighting was really weird, and I was using the somewhat questionable meter in my k1000. Though, I'm still trash. Anyways portra seems to render stuff a lot warmer. I think I want to experiment more with E100, though perhaps in one of my cameras with autoexposure.

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>>3419555
Also, here's some portra being used for its actual intended purpose

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So, some faggot talked shit about Portra again? Have some sunburned Portra.

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and some recent shot. HP5+ 1600 HC-110 b

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>>3419568
Speaking of hc-110, how crucial is using it at 68 degrees? Is there a handy rule of thumb for adjusting dev times due to temp differences?
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>>3419552
I plan on getting one, I do fuck loads of research before deciding on what the next piece of gear I get should be
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>>3419579
You adjust the dilution depending on the temperature and desired development time. 68 degree equal 20° C, correct? Suggested development times for dil. B (1+31) can usually be found inside the film boxes and online. If you find these times to be too short, you just double the dilution to dil. H (1+63) and get the double time.
I usually use dil. B during winter when our kitchen is pretty cold (min 17° C) and for pushing. During the summer it can get about 25° C and development times get too short. I this case I just use dil. H.
If I shoot with a flash, I don't care about ISO and stand develop for one hour (turn tank upside down after 30min) in a dilution of 1+100.

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>>3419588
Hold on. I just noticed your question was more specific. You can extend/reduce development times by 15-30s per 1° C at dil. B. We're talking about third stops or less here. Nothing that couldn't easily be compensated for, when scanning, or wet printing.
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>>3419584
That’s fair. I’ll have to look into it more but it seems like a good choice. I’ll admit I was a little focused on the S2a because I want a Hasselblad, but the ECTL is probably a better choice
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>>3419555
Ektachrome seems to be pretty fickle with exposure. I got maybe 5 good shots out of my first roll, but I was shooting in the snow and trying to do long exposures at night, which was kind of hubristic on my part.

This is one of those rare shots where the exposure and focus were dead on, and it's just a photo of a stranger's dog.

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>>3419830
It's a nice photo of a stranger's dog, though
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>>3419835
Thanks, here's a nice photo of my parents cat from the same roll. I took a guess on the flash level and bounced it off the wall behind me, and it worked out pretty well. I'd like to start experimenting with flash more in my film photography.

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fuck portra

dev day 2day. first rolls of the new e100 for me

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>>3419592
Perfect! That’s just what I was trying to sort out. We usually set our thermostat in winter to 68 Fahrenheit, but my developer tends to be around 64 degrees or so. This’ll be an easy conversion. Thanks!
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>>3419863
>dat Sensia
I loved that shit so much especially Sensia 400 sucks that Fuji had to discontinued it.

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>>3419830
Very true, but I think all slide film is like that. I got a lot of good exposures but it was all broad daylight while hiking. The photos themselves were shit however. I liked the rock picture though,

Also, good dog picture, did you pet him?
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is this salvageable? how bad do fungus has to be in order to leave permanent etched marks on glass?
I'm getting this minolta MD 50mm f1.4 lens with fungus for around $13. front element has some light fungus but the rear one has it the worst.
thinking of giving it a shot at trying to clean it. lens diagram says that particular model (late MD-II, 49mm filter thread) has a single glued duplet deep inside, rest are single elements so I can clean them on both sides individually. never done it before though.
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>>3419967
>is this salvageable

absolutely yes. I have the very same lens and mine came with some fungus inside as well. You can easily disassemble the whole thing and then clean the lens elements with lots of 99% Isopropyl alcohol and a microfiber cloth. I for one cleaned the lenses three times to get rid of anything that is/was related to lens fungus. Now, four years later, my lens is performing and doing well and no fungus has ever come back again.
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>>3419971
sweet! good to hear that m8. gonna give it a shot for sure. thanks.
been looking for the MD 50mm/1.4 for a while, but they always show up with a high price tag. hope this one turns out alright after cleaning it. if not, at least I get some lens cleaning experiece.
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Anyone know if sigma’s old manual focus glass is any good? I recently laid hands on a 28-70 for minolta MD but it needs some cleaning up.

I’ve got one of their newer contemporary lenses, and it’s damn nice, but the zoom mentioned above is a good 30+ years old. Pretty slow too—3.5 at its widest.
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>>3419991
Hope you’re able to rehab it. That lens is very nice indeed.
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>>3419863

Let us know how pushing turns out.
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>>3417007
fuck you
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sup fgts
I don't lurk this general (or this board) enough to know but will people make fun of me for bordering my scans? I unironically think it looks great but I'm only in this for the empty praise from normies

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>>3420055
It's your decision whether you're gonna use borders or not.
Just keep in mind, white borders darken the photo (it's *perceived* darker), and black borders lighten it.

Personally if I were to use borders (in albums, books, etc.), they'd be black, cause I want all the light on the page to be coming from the photo, to draw the eye by contrasting against the dark periphery.
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>>3420055
If you're going to add a border don't make it too big
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>>3420131
Now that I look at mine it looks a bit too small eh
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>>3419535
heres provia

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>>3419535
>>3419511
heres portra

>>3420141

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>>3420142
6400 ISO
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>>3420055
i know you're just shitposting, but coincidentally just the other day i found out the biggest film photos sharing facebook group in my country explicitly say they refuse any submissions that have border
these guys are the most typical hipsters, shoot expired/questionable re-rolled cinema films, bokeh, jump on whatever trends popular at the time, and even they shun borders
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>>3420141
learn 2 scan m8

yer clouds are red and her skin is green
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>>3420179
>NORITSU
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>>3420180
stop paying a lab for shit scans or learn how 2 use yer N O R I T S U
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>>3419555
>hey anon, why is your shitty photo of a rock split toned cyan and mud brown??
>portra 400
n-nevermind...
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>>3419917
the sensia was some mystery stuff gifted to me. turned out being a bit magenta shifted but nothing that can't be easily fixed.

>>3420028
Turned out great! Really can't tell any difference in contrast between the roll I shot at box and the rolls I pushed.
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I just developed my first roll of film. I know it takes about 4-8 hours to dry, but how long until images start appearing in the negatives?
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>>3420168
Curious about the rerolled cinema films you're on about. What do you mean exactly?
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>>3420109
Every time I try a black border it feels out of place, but maybe it's just me. If I'm doing black I'm going full hipster and scanning the sprocket holes/frame numbers
>>3420133
Yeah, 200px is as far as I'd go
>>3420168
Only half shitposting, it is my photo and I am curious what pee's opinion is.
I feel like it presents the shot as a finished product, and allows some degree of control to how it appears on your screen. My scanner also spits out slightly different dimensions so it lets me square everything up.

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>>3420264
nice img
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>>3420256
kodak vision3
fuji eterna stuff
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>>3420261
Sorry ive never done this before lmfao
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>>3420309
You dun goofed my man
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>>3420243
>I know it takes about 4-8 hours to dry, but how long until images start appearing in the negatives?
Most likely you ruined your roll by exposing it to light probably while loading it in the tank.
Film takes about 1 hour to dry, but the images are visible straight away, the moment you remove it from the tank.

Where and how did you load it in the reel for development? Did you use a changing bag or a proper darkroom?
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>>3420309
I hope it's a test roll and no good images are lost
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>>3420168
>the biggest film photos sharing facebook group in my country
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>>3420243
Oof, you fucked up.

Whether your negatives are all white or all black will give us a little more info about where in the process the fuckup happened. Also check the edges next to the sprocket holes for things like frame numbers and the film brand/type since those are usually burned in before it leaves the factory—if they’re not there, you developed wrong. If they’re there but your pictures are blank, it’s probably an issue with your camera (or with you using your camera).
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>>3420168
>some dudes who are total pieces of shit hate this thing so it must be EXTRA bad
Or, it’s perfectly fine and they’re pieces of shit.
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>>3420351
>>3420355
heh looks like i touched a nerve
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>>3420182
>>3420179 wasnt me

but

o-ok

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>>3420367
I'll touch the nerves on your cock and balls. Come here, big papa
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>>3420367
I don’t put borders on my photos; you did touch a nerve in as much as it pisses me off when people make up arbitrary rules out of nowhere and then decide for no reason that they were handed down by God as immutable truth.
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>>3420381
>on your cock and balls
ha! I knew you're a faggot
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>>3420384
how the fuck did you infer "proclamation of immutable truth" from my simple observation of what a bunch of fb film hipsters's view on borders is?
you all right? too much blix got to your brain?
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>>3420387
It's only gay if you let me~
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>>3420109
It's practically impossible to print and not have any kind of additional frame. There exists distinction between clearly visible, and hinted framing, but it's all trivial, only thing of importance is what works and what does not. As long as you've a clear difference between actual picture and background, ether in quality of the print, in well chosen colour, or even in printing medium, you're fine.
There's a fine science of publishing that even takes gutter into account, but nothing about it is as complicated as digital can be. You can't just put different gloss on black, or see clearly what is printed white and what only bare paper, black is black and white is white. You'll quickly ruin balance of the picture, even have borders themselves indistinguishable from the picture like this example proves: >>3420055 And then, there are countless different ways pictures are presented on the net. Webpages, forums, sharing sites, all offer vastly different ways of presenting them. Every single element on a webpage in fact acts towards whole design and presentation. On some pages, you're actually forced to use borders to preserve actual 'frame' of the picture. On forums with pure white backgrounds, you'll often be forced to put a frame for bw pictures. As for personal webpages, you can, and should configure them so each picture gets a predefined frame. Themes that we have here are all well defined, programmed, and require no additional framing. We'd need better scaling options, and have layouts less archaic, but you can't have it all.
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>>3419863
>>3420028

Here's an frame of the new Ektachrome pushed a stop.

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And a Provia frame. Still have a feeling I'm going to prefer Provia over the new Ektachrome.

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>>3420464
How did you get such a clean scan?
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>>3420243
reminds me of a time when I had this conversation with a friend.
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>>3420458
>>3420464
I'd stick with the provia. E100 are way too expensive
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>>3418458

beaner friend, I just bought the remaining stock of fuji c200 at my local Walmart—$300 MXN for 10 rolls. thanks for the heads up.
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>>3420243
>I know it takes about 4-8 hours to dry
Obvious bait is obvious
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>>3420187
Looks like you have the first version of Sensia which is pretty old so colour shift is expected. Sensia III 100 (200 and 400) were discontinued in 2010 with the last batch expiring in 2012.
>pic related is the first version of Sensia 100

>>3420458
FUCKING YIKES. Are you sure you didn't load a roll of Velvia 50?

>>3420464
Based Provia once again proving it's the best slide film on the market

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>>3417739
amazon
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>>3420144
Seriously? Is that portra 800 pushed 3 stops? It looks really good.
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>>3420348
It was. Im just trying to figure out film haha.

>>3420354
The whole strip is see through so Im assuming I fucked up developing. I used a dark room bag but everything seemed pretty sealed.

>>3420486
Kek no I didnt open it. Just tried to at home develop. Thats funny af tho.

>>3420334
Dark bag from amazon.
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>>3420736
If the film was accidentally exposed to light then it would be all black. If it is all translucent then you fucked up the chemical development process somehow.
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>>3420752
I have some more rolls to shoot so Ill do a test one and try again.
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>>3420736
>The whole strip is see through
Congrats, your fixer works.
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>>3420755
I mean if you just do the same thing again and the roll is ruined you're not gonna learn anything.
What developer are you trying to use? How much research did you do into developing?
Perhaps if you describe the process you used someone could identify your error.
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>>3420651
>>3420651
>>3420651
NEW BREAD
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i bought a mju i and it won't load the film correctly, it just flashes E.
i tried googling but it wasn't helpful, anyone know what could be wrong? the battery is new



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