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Some photos from my very first roll of film. Last one is a B&W conversion.

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>>3573703
10/10 beautiful looks likes a painting.
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>>3573722
Thanks dude! Definitely excited to shoot more film in the future...
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Im very new to 35mm film and photography in general, would you mind sharing your gear and film you used and the experience of you got this photos.
i have a OM2S with a 50mm f/1.4
btw, really amazing photos.
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Nice, comfy photos. Usually I hate the 3:2 ratio especially in portrait but you make really good use of it here, especially the first two.
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>>3573703
What film did you use?

>>3573705
>>3573704
>>3573703
I really like these in particular. I've been trying to pull something like this off for a while but to no avail. Keep it up
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>>3573704
Like these two. Beautiful light.

>>3573705
This could work, but I don't like how the second horse looks on the cluttered background. Maybe it would have been better to get closer, or have just clear snow in the background? I'm not sure.

>>3573706
This is pretty.

>>3573707
This is boring, lower third is very messy.

>>3573708
This would be very good, except for the little branch on the right that touches the frame. It's driving me insane.
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>>3573819
Also, a couple of my holiday snaps from Greece, to keep the thread going.
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Every time I've shoot 35mm I've been disappointed at the resolution. I do actually enjoy Velvia 50, Ektar 100, and HP5+ but the file size just isn't there at 35mm.

Still nice for the occasional nostalgia giggle.

I've fed 35mm into a flextight x5 so it definitely isn't inadequate scanning.

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>>3573704
>>3573705
>>3573822
>>3573838
Lovely stuff
Gonna post some from this summer

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>>3573704
>>3573705
These are pretty decent, albeit cliche.

>>3573706
>>3573707
>>3573708
These are babby's first film photos and totally uninteresting.

>>3573787
Nice scene but I think the scan quality is really letting the image's potential impact down.

>>3573821
Snapshitty photo of nothing.

>>3573822
Had potential but what is this composition. Why so much importance placed on the left side.

>>3573836
Memey wide angle photo of rocks.

>>3573838
Cliche as fuck but at least has a nice atmosphere.

I pretty much only shoot 35mm these days. Just not feeling that 120 life lately.

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>>3573842
Nice. What film is this?
I haven't really tried any bw films yet. Looking for a grainy one with high contrast

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>>3573844
Arista 400 in HC110 dil B

Here it is pushed to 1600 in the same developer.

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>>3573846
Oh cool stuff. Haven't even heard of this film before

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OP here, pic related.

>>3573776
>>3573785
Gear: Nikon FA with Nikkor 55mm 2.8 Micro, and Ektar 100.

I'm also new to film, I literally shot these over the last few days on my first roll. I'm pleasantly surprised by how some of them turned out. Though mind you, a roll contains 36 photos, which means I was not satisfied with 30 of the remaining shots I took.

Key take away is that with film, you shouldn't be afraid to shoot at a medium to smaller aperture, because focusing with an old-school viewfinder is a bit challenging. Many of my close up shots of flowers and horses at f2.8 were out of focus.

>>3573778
>>3573785
Thanks guys!

>>3573787
Love this one!

>>3573819
Regarding the last photo, I was personally conflicted as to whether or not I should've cloned out the right side in Photoshop. I ultimately decided not to, because I think it goes against the principle of shooting film. I think minor defects and imperfections are part of the charm of shooting film. It also serves as a mechanism for future self-improvement. What does /p/ think?

>>3573821
>>3573822
Hey, you're not me, this is awkward! I like the second photo though.
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>>3573703
1/3

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>>3574158
2/3

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>>3574159
3/3

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>>3573705
Looks similar to the Gulf Coast.
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>>3573841
i like this
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This roll was really just me fucking around. Some shots came out OK.

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135 is too comfy

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>>3574126
what scanner do you use, if you dont mind me asking
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>>3573703
beautiful shots, i for one prefer horizontal shots more but in your cases vertical is the best to capture

>>3573822
those vibes - great one! what film?

>>3573841
a lush summer evening at the beach , lovely symmetry

>>3574158
>>3574159
>>3574160
what do you use to capture these? i imagine something handy for quick action

>>3574301
great one, the pillars frame up the island pretty neatly

>>3574394
Gold 200?
looks like a cool flace to chill, got more landscape shots?
this was my last shot on the Ektar 100 Testroll

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>>3574515
more landscape shots? not of that spot in particular

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>>3574588
i got a few

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>>3573836
Could you upload a full res 35mm scan from a flexlight somewhere? I'm curious as to what the limit is for 35mm
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>>3574515
Thanks. This >>3573822 was on Ektar, but it might have been a little off, as it sat in a drawer for two years before I used it
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>>3574603
generally very vibrant but soft colors nontheless, perfect for beach scenes

do you have a favourite film for a specific scenery or do you stick to a handfull for everything?
i really wanna do a roll of ektar in winter landscapes this year - love it’s crispness and flat colors


>>3574593
that was gold 200 btw
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>>3574594
Sure, here's a mantis scan I did for a personal comparison years ago. Both were shot with the Canon 100 macro. The film is ekatar 100 shot on an Elan 7 and the digital on 5Dii. Enjoy. I have other examples but only this one 8000 ppi. It just took waaaaaaay too long at 8000ppi. I have some LF scans laying around at 3200 and 4800 I think.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/4majtfo29ge95cb/AAAtau9mhQ3PG6s257rOmGuIa?dl=0

I can scan up some other stuff but not on the X5. My current job has an X1. The d-max on the X1 isn't as impressive.
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>>3573705
love that
>>3573708
i second >>3573819 with the branch touching the frame but its a really beautiful pic.
>>3573822
love how the wind, i think, has bended that seaside plant. Absolutely beautiful.
>>3574158
>>3574159
>>3574192
>>3574301
Love those.
>>3574588
What lens/film combo?

Ill post a few ones. These are taken with a Lomography Konstruktor on Kodak 200. (1/3)

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>>3574664
The lens its the kit lens, that i thinks its a 50 mm f/10, full plastic. (2/3)

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And Olivia the Beagle (3/3).

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>>3574664
>>3574666
>>3574670

That was shot with a Fuji Natura S on Provia 100F.

Also, beagles are the best.

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>>3574480
I actually had this done by a local film developer. I have no idea which scanner he used. I do know that the end result is only 6 mega pixels, which is pitiful. I might scan these myself using the Nikkor 55mm macro lens, and shooting RAW files. I wonder how that will turn out.
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>>3574704
i see. good luck:)
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>>3574515
For the Buddha and mural pics I don't use anything too quick. I just used a nikon f3 with a 50mm. I have a olympus mju ii laying around which I've yet to use though just because I enjoy the nikon so much.
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>>3574134
I like this perspective.

>>3574190
Too bad the car on the right looks so modern.

>>3574192
A E S T H E T I C

>>3574394
Cool angle.

>>3574664
>>3574666
>>3574670
This lens can't resolve shit. Half-decent composition though.

>>3574700
Love the vibes from this one, especially with the motion blur. Great job!
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>>3574700
It's Hanoi not HCM
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>>3573836
I actually think the opposite. Every time I shoot 35mm I expect really grainy snapshitty results but I'm always pleasantly surprised by the detail and grain size. Even consumer film like C200 looks better than I'd expect.
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Just saw a Canonet Ql19 for £30. Good condition but the woman in the charity shop barely let me hold it so I can't test for sticky shutter. Fuck.

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>>3574980
I like this. Was it foggy, or was it really that bright over in the distance?
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>>3574962
holy fuck yer right why did i save it named that way lol
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Is there a good guide to scanning? Was fiddling around with my school's scanner without really knowing what I was doing

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Konica Autoreflex TC
40mm 1.8 lens
Porta 400

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>>3575115
Sorry for some reason it wasn't flipped on my phone

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Is there anything good about this photo?

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>>3575139
Somewhat intrigued by what he's looking at and the lighting reminds me of a soothing wind on a hot summer day but other than that it is somewhat unremarkable and the composition needs work.
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>>3575139
I don't like that the subject is cut off right at the ankles, I'd probably have stepped back a bit and recomposed the composition.
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>>3574978
What's your scanning process like?
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Why does hardly anyone develop their own color negative film? Is it too hard? Does it require too expensive equipment or hard to get chemicals?
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>>3576314
It's not too hard, it's just a slight bit more irritating than developing black and white. It's also the process of getting new chemicals and watching the temps closely compared to just composing some black and white shots.
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>>3573844

Tri-X

The B&W photos you’ve seen that you’re thinking of trying to look like were probably on Tri-X.
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Thoughts on this photo and film stock?

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>>3577307
Shite.
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>>3578215
Nice, but the grain in the shadows is too distracting.
>>3578223
Nice.
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>>3573703
I have a dumbass question.

What do you use to out white borders around your work? It looks great but I can't figure out how people do it.
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>>3578849
It looks lousy and you shouldn't be adding any to your images.
That said, get faststone viewer. Open image. Open canvas size tool. Tick expand mode, then enter same px numbers on the new dial and select colour.
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>>3578885
The subdued colors fit an industrial theme.
The buildings and trees work well as a frame.
Too bad there's nothing interesting to frame.
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>>3578885
>>3579142
Why should the viewer spend more than 1 second looking at these? That is the question at large.
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>>3573703
Is my XA2 even worth running film through or should I get something with more glass in the lens?
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>>3581199
I bring my XA2 with me everywhere, it's a fun camera to use - no hassle, no frills, no weight, just pictures

This >>3581191 (though probably not a great examples) was taken on an XA2 with expired film
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>>3581203
what kind of films would you recommend, and do I need to use a lab or is walgreens fine? Can XA2 go sharper than that? What is the optimal focal length to object for that tiny lens
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>>3581204
>Films
I mainly use expired film because I bought a fucklot of it last year in bulk. I love not knowing what I'll get

>Lab or walgreens
Not sure dude, I'm not from the US but I just drop mine to a camera store in the city

>Can it go sharper?
Of course! Once you figure out the focus modes it'll be fine depending on your conditions. You can't really control your settings because it's a point-and-shoot so you just need to make sure you have enough light to be able to keep it steady for long enough to get the shot

>Optimal focal length
There's an XA2 manual pdf online if you search for it. It gives the optimal distance for each of the three focusing modes
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>>3581199
The XA2 is a fantastic camera and has a better lens than the XA.

Pic is from an XA2

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>>3582093
Man i wish olympus would make a digital mft XA.
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>>3582116
Well they sort of did make one and its called the tough cameras. Like the name suggests its a super tough camera, and you could probably injure someone if you throw it. The latest model is TG-6 and i've had a blast with it.
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>>3573844
What's the film stock here?
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>>3582093
I personally like how the XA operates over the 2, 3 and 4 but the lens isn't the greatest for colour so the XA is my black and white snapshitter.
The later cameras in the series aren't the best everyday snapshitters since if you go into shade they'll give you the slow shutter speed warning since they prioritize having a slower aperture for zone focusing (The XA didn't have this problem since you can manually stop the lens down to f/2.8, they're great for really sunny days however or used with the flash.
pic related XA4 in shade with slow shutter speed.


>>3582116
>mft XA
I know Olympus is a mft brand now but I'd hope they'd have the decency to at least put an aps-c sensor into a digital XA, I would be the first one in line if they released a digital XA.

>>3582117
The Toughs came from the Stylus series, which started with the Olympus Stylus (Mju), the Mju is based off of the Olympus AF-10 Super (they have the exact same lens) so technically they Toughs came from the Olympus AF series on cameras form 1986.

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>>3574594
I routinely scan 35mm on a Flextight at 5000 DPI, the max setting. Generally results in a great scan and fantastic prints, unless the film is all scratched up or dusty, in which case it becomes a nightmare.
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>>3583470
>The later cameras in the series aren't the best everyday snapshitters since if you go into shade they'll give you the slow shutter speed warning since they prioritize having a slower aperture for zone focusing

Literally have no idea what you're talking about. Ive used the XA2 plenty in shady/low light conditions with no issue.
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>>3574134
Bruh that looks fake as fuck what kind of matches are those?
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>>3584180
Its a Brett Whiteley sculpture.
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OP here, back in action with some more snapshots.

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I did these to see if I could jerry-rig a scan with my D5000.

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2/2

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Two more...

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>>3573703
>>3573704
>>3573707
>>3573822
>>3586951
>>3586956
>>3588888
Do you know how I can achieve this kind of look with digital photography (especially the first ones)? Do you have any good videos that explain that ?
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>>3590247
Search "lightroom film presets". or either get VSCO filters.
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you can hate me for boring photos that only instagram people will love. but i love it.

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>>3590725

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>>3590726

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>>3588888
Checked

>>3590725
What film and camera/lens combo did you use for this shot?
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>>3591886
Check my EXIF data!

its fuji C200, minolta x-700, with 50mm 1.7 MD lens
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>>3591909
How did you get such fine grain structure out of Fuji 200? Looks almost digital...
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>>3591994

This is full-sized scanned file.

I always felt like C200 is a pretty good film, with fine grain structures and good overall color, unlike colorplus with reallly bad grains.

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>>3591994

Although x-700 has pretty good lightmeter, i always set my camera with 0.5 stop over-exposure, which helps alot with under-exposure grains.

>>3592059
Forgot to mention that this is before lightroom editting. Scanned file directly from the lab. I dont really remember if i did any degraining which i usually never do.
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Some film snapshits. I think these were Fujifilm Superia 200.

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>>3592084
>>3592088
Yes
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Question
if i have lets say 35-70mm f3,5-5,6 lens
and i pick f,35 and zoom in to 70mm
will the camera shoot at that aperture or lower the aperture since i've zoomed all in ?
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>>3592116
Yes.
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>>3592116
it will shoot at f5.6

that's why the lens is called a 3.5-5.6 lens...

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>>3592123
how ?
all these digital cameras that say
f3,5-5,6 for example are based on the focal length
so if you go all the way up to 105mm it picks the smallest aperture like f5,6
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>>3592123
Fuck this guy for answering yes to "or question".

>>3592125

you are right. It will shoot at F5.6. I know that in some lenses, if you zoom in, it will show the new aperature, based on f5.6~, and when you zoom out, it will show f3.5 ~.

Im not sure with your lens but these lenses show the change of aperature more intuitively
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>>3592133
keep in mind that iam talking about film cameras
in digital it's easy, they don't even have aperture rings
so it displays your max aperture
but on film cameras i can set it to f3,5....zoom all in to 70mm and it will shoot at 5,6 ?
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>>3592250
Yes.

Digital cameras just calculate and show actual aperture. On film you need to do that on your own. That is, if lens is variable aperture zoom. If it's constant aperture zoom, it'll only have one focal range stated, and it will stay at lowest one regardless of the focal range you are in.

This will always mean that variable aperture zoom lens will loose some low light capabilities at longer end. Mainly, it's not that important for regular photography. It is important for filming, though. Only with constant aperture zoom lenses you can execute zoom in and zoom out shots. True cine zoom lenses will be always constant aperture, and they'll also have no focus breathing, but that's separate topic.

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>>3592254
As a side note, variable aperture lenses can be among the hardest to use. Their optical quality varies across different ranges, often softens up at the longest range, and requires quite a bit of testing to determine optimal apertures, so it's really funny seeing them as kit lenses.
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>>3592060
Interesting!
Do you have photos you took with other filmstocks, that you would consider too grainy?
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>>3592456

Yeah, i feel like high ISO films (Superia 800) and cheap films (colorplus 200) are too grainy. Or using expired films or when underexposed.

Image related is taken with Superia 800, with Canon P + Jupiter 8. Its quite low quality lens, and i might have underexposed a bit, but considering all that, its still too much grain.

I never used Superia 800 since then, so I'm not sure if it was one time thing, but grain was just too much. I might try it using high ISO film again next time, but after im done using all my film stocks.

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>>3592676
Superia 800 is grainy but jesus it's not THAT grainy unless it's improperly shot or expired. Pic related.

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My wife wants a decent point and shoot she can keep in her bag and shoot whenever she can. I'd like a camera that can shoot decent quality pictures. I was looking at the Yashica T series cameras, but I feel a big part of their stupidly high prices right now are from hype, but I do like the pictures they take. The T3 seems decent with a faster lens than the T4. Any recommendations?
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>>3592691
t3 is junk don’t bother, t4 is great but not $400 great
if you can get a stylus epic at $200 do it, otherwise don’t bother
contax tvsiii is a good oddball one if you’re willing to shell out, t2 is king but overpriced
right not your best bang for buck is the nikon af600, some vingetting and a slightly slower lens but it takes good photos
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>>3592676
what even is this picture supposed to be?
why even hit the shutter if you’re just gonna aim at nothing
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>>3592691
Leica M6
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>>3592691
honestly any modern p&s will do. any newer canon sure shot.

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trail to waterfall near me. water wasn't that impressive at the first pool might get some more soon though.

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>>3592829
also excuse the handshake on the first one. im not as steady as I thought.
1/60 shutter for that one

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>>3592676
I've never had a real issue with colorplus as far as graininess is concerned. Pic related.
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>>3592676
Your film is either expired or you're just really shit at judging exposure values, either way Superia 800 and Lomography 800 and great films.

Pic related expired Superia 800

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>>3592901
And here's some fresh Superia 800

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>>3592902
and some Lomo 800 for good measure

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do you guys post these on lomography.com? seems a better platform than this board
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>>3592908
hahahahaha zing
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>>3592902
What does it matter in the end if you’re just going to take pictures of literal garbage with it?
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>>3593001
Just a random photo I picked to show as an example, was from a night out with friends but that doesn't matter because what you're saying is irrelevant to the topic of conversation.

What's your experience with Superia/Lomo 800 like?

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>>3592794
Wonderful colors! What film?

Here's something recent.

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>>3592059
The X-700 is a cool camera. What is your scanning process? I don't understand how you got such a nice scan.
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>>3593811
Thanks. That's Provia 100F pushed a stop.

Here's Elite Chrome 200. Such a beautiful film.

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>>3593824

Honestly speaking, i never did self development. All my scanning is done from the lab, and this lab uses Noritsu scanner, as you can see from EXIF data. Since they are using some professional, expensive film scanner, i guess the results are quite clear...?

Development + scanning was affordable in both cities i often visit. In that image, it was 35 HKD, so about 4.5 USD. And in korea it is 3000KRW, which is 2.5 USD.
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>>3583528
I love it
Seems surreal and almost has this old cinema look to it
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ttt
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Rate pls.

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My first attempt at b&w night photography.
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>>3599136

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I recently started to use my Olympus Mju 1 which i bought around 10 years ago. So fun and I never leave the camera at home anymore. I just feel that the quality is not the best. The sharpness, etc. When I look at Mju II photos on flickr I can see a much better result.

Is it worth to upgrade? I see some broken ones around 70€ which you have to close after every shot before the next one (I'm fine with that).

I also cannot find any other p&s in that size that is weather sealed and at F2.8.
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I've been posting Fuji X jpegs with film filters since 2016 and you guys never noticed.
Dumbfucks.
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First time developing black and white myself. Used the Cinestill monobath, really satisfied and will definitely keep using it.

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>>3600453
Odds are your scanning method is giving your less than stellar results. The Stylus Epic is sharper...but you won't notice a difference if you're scanning with say, a V600.

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>>3600842
Second image. Just realised I chose the wrong ones. These were developed at a lab, I need to keep better order of my scanned negatives lol.
>>3600837
Who cares really? I don't shoot film for a specific feel, for me at least, it's more about the whole process of developing.

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>>3600837
>shooting film for a look

lol is on you anon
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>>3600837
You didn’t deceive us. You robbed yourself of the experience of working with film. It’s just as much about the journey as it is about the final product. So you see, you’re fooling yourself ultimately.
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>>3600842
>>3600845
Here is one that I actually did develop with the monobath from Cinestill. I'm very happy about the results, even if the scan here is horrendous (mind you, the negative is taped to my ceiling lamp). I'm gonna buy a scanner soon.

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Just got back some scans of Memestill.
1/5
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>>3601024
2/5
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>>3601025
3/5
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>>3601027
4/5
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>>3601028
5/5
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Can someone tell me what camera it is in the photo?
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Opinions? How is the scan???

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>>3602040
Kodak Instamatic 300

>>3602275
It's fine, just poorly exposed
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>>3602280
>Kodak Instamatic 300
Nice, thanks a lot
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how do y'all still justify shooting film when even kodak trash is now over 7 a roll?
Do you all have fridges fully stocked with 1994 film?
Are you all trustfund babbies?

Also post your country and how much you spend for developing color negative
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>>3602335
I spend 7,95€ for 3 rolls of 36 pic Kodak trash and 0,95€ for developing one film.
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>>3602336
Germany by the way
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>>3602335
Like $10 a roll for 120 film. $19 for dev/scan.
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>>3602335
I've been shooting film for a LOOOONG time and the only time I've spent more than $7/roll was the new ektachrome because I wanted to show some support. Otherwise I capitalize on store sales and people selling off properly stored film and buy in bulk in these instances. I also have 600 rolls of film in the fridge because of this.

What are you talking about Kodak trash is $7/roll? Are you not in N. America? I just bought 6 Propacks (30 rolls of film) of fresh Pro Image 100 for $130. That works out to $4.33/roll.

I don't pay a lab to dev for me. I pay $70 for a kit that lets me develop 60 rolls myself.
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>>3602335
Camera cost me 120 eurobux with a 50/1.4, both a 28/2.8 and a 100-300/5.6 cost me less than 100 bux each

Also stop being poor.
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>>3602408
>asks about film costs
>talks about camera costs
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>>3602404
>Are you not in N. America?
why would I be
it's a terrible place
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>>3602410
>how do y'all still justify shooting film?
camera cost enters into that decision when compared to shooting digital.
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>>3602335
I live in southeast asia and it cost me like 5-6 usd for the cheapest film and around 8-9 usd for my favorite films like ultramax or pan 400, but unfortunately high end films like portra and fuji slide films prices have skyrocketed recently to around 100$ usd for each propacks. Also it cost me around 3$ per roll for a lab 35mm color dev without scanning and 5$ with a scan.
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>>3602411
i dunno anon, sounds like you can't even afford $7/roll where you live...
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>>3602275
What did you use?
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>tfw american
>cant buy any film
>no places near me develop film anymore anyway
Its just so expensive...
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>>3602418
It is $26 for low res develop and scan for c41 and $30 for b/w in Australia.
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>>3603625
>$30 for b/w
Only literally cucks get their black and white film developed at a lab
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>>3597972
5/10
good lighting and depth, but it's not a particularly unique thing to capture.

>>3602336
holy shit thats cheap wtf i love germany now
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>>3603624
Can you not import a stack of film from Japan or Germany?
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>>3603780
i'm not seeing any decent pricing on ebay, otherwise i have no idea where to look.
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>>3603780
Ive heard that Japan doesnt actually have good film prices anymore. People living there say its cheaper to ship from the USA
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Tmax 400, Rodinal

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Tmax 400 Rodinal

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Tmax 400, Rodinal

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Kentmere 400, XTOL

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Fomapan 400, XTOL

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Fomapan 400, XTOL

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Fomapan 400, D76-R
(RIP L-76/R)

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Fomapan 400, XTOL
Ethan of Cameradactyl

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>>3603788
i don't really know in detail, but fwiw i bought a disposable camera in japan when i traveled there in april.
It was about $10

pic related
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>>3603800
Dig the composition.
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Does anyone have recommendations for photo labs? I don't have anyone local that develops photos.
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>>3603830
In the UK https://dscolourlabs.co.uk/ do a good job with a range of options.
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>>3603831
Are you in the states and ship to them? If not, I'm in the states.
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>>3603854
There's a couple... A Google search will render some results by mail.

The most well known service is provided by the Darkroom. I've used them and they get the job done.
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>>3603854
UK mate. Wasn't sure where you were.
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This is the only photo thread on page 1 of a photography board.
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>>3603858
No worries, figured I ask.
>>3603856
I did a little searching, but I'd always take personal experience over search engine results. I'll give them a look though, thanks.
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>>3603880
Yeah that makes sense.
Another (I believe) highly regarded one is Dwayne's photo. They have a long history, and are known as being the last photo lab in the US/world to process Kodachrome film... until they stopped. I've never had film processed here, but I believe they've a good reputation.
https://www.dwaynesphoto.com
I've done the math, and Dwayne's is probably cheaper than the Darkroom for individual rolls, but DR is cheaper if you're sending 4 or 5 or more to be processed.

Otherwise I take mine to a local shop, but I suspect they even send it off-site to be processed. I overheard an employee talking to another at that shop saying "sometimes they forget to cut the rolls coming from xx"
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>>3583451
Sorry for the late ass reply
That was Gold 200
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Bumping this thread to counter balance the amount of gearfaggotry in /p/.

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>>3575137
I want to love this shot, but the top frame misalignment is ruining it!

btw what film is this?



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