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old one died, post your film snaps ITT

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They charged me a cent for an order once due to how late it got to the lab.

I had to break a damn dollar bill becase take a penny never has my ass.

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>>2740552
These are not scanned by me, I'm going to try and scan them myself later.
The scanner used uses the same WB settings for all shots in a roll, so I think the snow threw it off.
Or it was wrongly exposed, who knows.
C'est la vie.

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>>2740547
What film/expiry date/dev process/how much have you cropped this shot? I've never seen so much grain outside of a silo, this'd be grainy by 110 film standards, what gives?
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>>2740540
At least you chose the least worst of your snapshits for the OP.
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>>2740679
I wasn't in a hurry, I just felt like it.

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>>2740877
I don't understand why you'd go through the trouble of shooting slide film to achieve such results
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>>2740883
for fun, there was no particular reason for me shooting this film other than that I'd never tried it, and wanted to

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ooh boy do i have some snapshits for you

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shit scans, shit thread. shit photos too.

shooting "just for fun" shouldnt mean the output to be a load of mediocre unsalvable crap. i shoot for fun too, and i try to put my best into my edit and pp, how about trying to do that for a change, faggot.
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>>2740540
You are fucking killing me with these threads.

This is what slide film looks like if you take half a second to expose it properly and don't scan it with an iphone backlit by a blank microsoft word document.

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>>2741143

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>>2741145

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>>2741147

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>>2741149

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>>2740540
It's great that you are having fun shooting OP; that's what photography should be about. However, what is it you are hoping to accomplish by posting scans you know are bad and just dumping anything you want?
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>>2740835
The Superia 400 I used wasn't expired and I'm not really sure how to lab processed my roll, maybe it could have been at the end of the line for the chemicals and this what I got? Scans are from the store and I haven't cropped the photo down much (original scan).

Though these were a set of "test" images for a 650 I purchased thinking it'd be good to have around since I have nothing but EF lenses anyway. It shat out on me after one use (based Canon) however from just this one roll I've processed I can't really tell if it was a camera or lab error. But now I guess we'll never know, oh well.

And by the way, your remark on 110 made me kek because I had a crazy woman that once obsessed over me and 3 other people give me film since I said I needed it to test out my grandfathers old Minolta 110 Zoom. Negs are somewhere among my photo stuff.

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>>2741158
find&post 110 scans stat pls, never seen any on /p/ I think, really curious how they actually fare, IQ-wise
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>>2741176
I'll try. My only issue is that I don't have proper scanner for any sort of film negatives and no software to help me convert the color ones.
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>>2741189
110 frames should fit under any macro/reverse mounted lens, dslr scanning is a thing, gimp is a free thing with all the basic tools to reverse and colour balance a negative, consider this a /p/hotography challenge/project.

Also: 110 minolta zoom as in the 110 minolta zoom funky-looking SLR? How does a 110 slr feel/handle like? lel
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Where do you guys develop your film?
In my town it's only Walgreen ($6.99 a roll).
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>>2741382
my walgreens sends it out and you dont get your negatives back anymore

sucks
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>>2741220
I guess I can try that but can't show results anytime soon since I'm pretty much the only tripfag here on /p/ with no internet. Though I have tried fixing the color negatives in post before but for a reason I can't remember I messed up every time.

And yes! It's quite an odd camera but once you get to using the thing it can be a lot of fun. The aperature is sort of slow but I guess since it can cover 25mm-50mm at a fixed focal length that makes up for it a bit. It handles aright for being flat but what you'll notice straight away is that the controls are a little whacky with the aperature being a wheel off to the side and such. Also the tripod mount is set up vertically, not horizontally.
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>>2741152
I post what I would like to see on the board.
Who cares if things are a little wonky. These scans are good enough for what I use them for.

>>2741141
Why are you responding to yourself?
It's great that you are getting the results you want , I'm happy for you.
I wouldn't have posted any of these myself, but different strokes for different folks and all that.
Maybe the one with the clouds overlooking the city, that was nice.

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>>2741655
The point isn't whether those images are better photos, it's that they better represent the film, which your photos do not at all.

As you have stated in this thread these are not good scans, you shot the roll for no particular reason, and you add nothing to the board by posting thoughtless images you yourself don't even seem to care about.

I imagine people would be much more interested in seeing photos you feel are good, rather than a bunch of images that poorly represent both the medium and your own abilities. No one is going to spend the time giving useful feedback to someone who doesn't care about their photos.
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>>2741746
Oh, but I do think they're good, even if the scans are not the best.
I only post photos here that I would have liked to see someone else post.
Sorry my tastes are different then yours.

Posting another one I developed and scanned a few days ago.

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Remember lying prone on the ground to get this one

Really dug the verticals

Superia 200

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Has anyone here tried developing color film in B&W chemicals? I want to know because I want to experiment with developing 220 film in caffenol at some point
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>>2742726
Why bother? You'll just get shitty looking black and white photos and it'll cost you more than black and white film.
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>>2742034
>trying to upskirt
what a creep.
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>>2742843
It's not upskirt.

It's street.
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>>2742736
Why? If you already have colour film and black and white chemicals.
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>>2742848
thats my girlfriend we were on a trip
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Here's some provia
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>>2742869
velvia
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>>2742871
velvia
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>>2742872
more velvia
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>>2742874
last one
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>>2742869
>>2742871
>>2742872
>>2742874
>>2742876
close your lens down and use a tripod if you have to, that thin dof is obnoxious
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>>2742876
I feel like I don't get as soft a transition to blown out highlights when I scan slide.
Are you using a really diffuse light source?
I'm thinking that's my problem atm.
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>>2743116
How are you scanning them?
I scanned these with a dslr over a small light box.

>>2742880
I personally kind of like the thin dof effect on some of them, except for >>2742872. I wish i'd have stopped down for that one. I couldn't use a tripod in there anyway without being a total dick and blocking foot traffic.
It looks bright in there, but I was struggling to get hand-holdable shutter speeds at iso 50.
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Ultramax 400

Fuck I hated this roll so much I made so many unfocused/blurry shots and the colors were all shit

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>>2743139
Especially this one fucking hell I thought this was gonna be nice and everything but no the fucking focus had to be wrong because I'm a retard

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>>2743141
I actually like this one, still from the same roll

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>>2740862
You could've at least chosen an interesting subject phaggot
Nice waste of film
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>>2741145
Beautiful, I must check this place out myself and of course take my own snapshits

Where is this at?

Captcha: Mountains
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>>2741382
Local photolab.

Shit's expensive, $15 and up depending on how many exposures but you get scans, prints, and negs back and I'm supporting local.
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Here is some Velvia 50.
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>got a canon ae-1 at goodwill for 5 dollars
>found a bunch of old film to test it
>got film back from wahlgreens today

Works great but that roll I just shot is pretty unremarkable considering I just shot everything I could see in 15 minutes to test it

What's some good film to try? I've got 5 rolls of kodak max 400 but I'd like to get some lower iso film too
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>>2743257

gold 100 is pretty decent
slides are all cool
portra the obvious great choice

bw hp5 or trix
if you wanna get deep blacks and small grain, ilford pan f 50
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>>2743262
Thanks for the recommendations I'm definitely going to grab portra, ilford pan f 50 and probably some gold 100

I also found a roll of tri-x here so I think I'll shoot that next actually. I'll have to take something worthwhile so I can post it
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>>2743266
Pan F+ degrades fast after exposure, develop it a few weeks after exposure for best results.
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>>2743279
will keep in mind

I cant develop it myself currently but there's a local place that does it real quick so I'll roll with that
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>>2743262
>>2743266
ektar>portra for everything but portraits
damn I love ektar
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>>2743283
>ektar
3magenta5me

now reala, thats a top tier emulsion. fite me.
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>>2743288
>I don't know how to colour balance
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>>2743129
>>>2743116
>How are you scanning them?
>I scanned these with a dslr over a small light box.
I think that's it, I backlight with a flash, I think slide might benefit more from continuous light.
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>>2743279
>>2743266
>>2743262
Pan F+ is gay.
Rollei Ortho 25 is less so.

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>>2743335
Crushed blacks, flat highlights, and no mid tones?
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>>2743337
Sorry u don liek mi processing bb.

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>>2741036
the definition of fun is subjective and you sound pretty fuckin' mad
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>>2743342

looks like a shit scan, shit film, and shit shot. good job on being a total failure, pal.
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>>2743351
You have shares in Ilford or something?
You have better scans of better shots on your better PanF?
The word shit doesn't really pinpoint what you consider to be the flaws in the image.
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>>2741633
what film did you shoot this on?
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>>2743342
This still looks weird no matter what I do it. There's something bizzarely wrong with the tonality, or tone curve.
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>>2743424

looks like infrared bw film.
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>>2743432
It is orthochromatic film.
Look it up.
It is the exact opposite of what you thought.
Insensitive to red.
It's a special film for special snowflakes like me; plens cannot into.

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Diptych due to half-frame
Ektar
Pen FT

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>>2743424
What's wrong with it is that it's all one tone, because of the light, and color of the scene. No amount of processing is going to change that.
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>>2741145
This one is great. All the others are ruined by bad light. Don't shoot during the middle of the day, unless you can use the shadows to your advantage
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>>2743725
Wow camera and film used?
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>>2743799
jk didn't read
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>>2743725

love it.
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>>2743799
>>2743802
It's Ektar, but DESU I don't like that film. Turned out good here though
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cool
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i woudlnt normally upload these, but thread is film snapshits so im pretty encouraged to do it anyways.

1/5

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>>2743833
Holy dead film.
What and how old?
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>>2743833
duplicate layer, denoise it with camera raw filter or something, just not the legacy denoise filter, highpass it to 1px or so, set it to overlay

this way you don't sharpen your grain
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>>2743825
Yeah it seems like it has fairly specific uses from what I read online
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>>2743825
>>2743858
Roll my eyes on the floor laughing.
What are these 'specific' uses, pray tell?
'Specifically' for when you're not a poorfag?
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>>2743870
Daylight low contrast shooting? Plus the contrast and saturation is so unrealistic that skin tone gets fucked.

Money is not an issue for me but not having a film that can transition well is.
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>>2743870
it's low dr slide film, what u think boy

coming from digital you kind of expect dynamic range from a camera
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>>2743851
dunno how old, i think not much, but its severely degraded. its vision 2 i think 250d iirc

>>2743856
>this way you don't sharpen your grain
i didnt sharpen shit. film is that fucked.
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>>2743917
there's a strong halo around the hairs

don't tell me that isn't sharpened
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>>2743726
It wouldn't look like that on a regular film.
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>>2743997
This thread is for film snapshits not iPhone snapshits.
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>>2743833
Just remove the dust lines and it's perfect. It's very pictorialist and I wouldn't change a thing.
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1/3
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>>2744231
2/3
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>>2744232
3/3
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>>2744462

3/3

top two shot on Fuji 400H, bottom one is Portra400


Should I throw my camera in the sea and alch myself?

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>>2744466
>Should I throw my camera in the sea and alch myself?
Yes, though I do like the colors on the last one.
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CC or whatever? Thanks.

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>>2744466
>Should I throw my camera in the sea and alch myself?

I don't even give a shit if this is a joke, you should shut up and keep taking pictures. If you think they're shit by your own standards, then do what it takes to improve. If you think they're shit because just because /p/ says so, you've given somebody the ability to control the way you express yourself.

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>>2744503

>I don't even give a shit if this is a joke, you should shut up and keep taking pictures. If you think they're shit by your own standards, then do what it takes to improve. If you think they're shit because just because /p/ says so, you've given somebody the ability to control the way you express yourself.

And this is why a lot of photography nowadays stinks because it doesn't matter whatever anybody thinks as long as "I like it" . So let's just continue practicing narcissistic photography.
I like to be educated about photography aesthetics. I ask for opinions all the time from people I trust know what the hell they are doing with the camera in terms of light, composition, and technique. I may still like my picture after getting feedback that is contrary to my perception but that doesn't make it a good image much less an excellent image. I don't know about anyone else but I like to produce excellent images.
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>>2744505
You also like to post animated GIF reaction images on a photography board, like this is your backyard /v/ thread.
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>>2744503
Hey I was kind of just making a joke about the /p/ CC. These are from my first 2 rolls of film shot today and yesterday, not planning on stopping aha
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>>2744520
>the light meter
>the motorcycle jacket
>the scarf
>the beard
>the camera
oh snap.
you caught aids from your friendo, didn't you.
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>>2744539
>lomo tier guesstimating
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>>2744539
I took this with a 70-210

0 AIDS
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>>2744539
I'll bite: since when the fuck are lightmeters considered, by anyone, in any form, a hipster/gearfag/negative thing, ever? The sole tool to give you complete control over exposure parameters, a gimmick?
Do people really shoot film with auto/average metering shutter/aperture priority and just hope their camera knows whats the dark/light area ratio and subject they're pointing it at? Are people really this dependant on someone else making decisions for them in, supposedly, their creative process?
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>>2744565
>kekkonnen
Exposure isn't a dark art m8, no matter what the septaugenarians on apug tell you.
I shoot my cameras on aperture priority 90% of the time, when they have it. If I'm shooting colour negs I'll set the meter a stop over as well.
Unmetered cameras I just expose for the ambient light using my best estimate. Literally every time I've checked my guess against a friend's meter, I've been within a stop. I get nice rolls back.
Just practice, child.

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Does anyone know how to get a color perfect serial?
I used to have a torrent about 2 years ago but I've long lost it and I'm getting sick of colour correcting manually.
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>>2740557
like
>>2740877
like like
>>2741145
super like
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>>2744505
Not saying that it's bad to look for feedback, only that it's bad to lose trust in yourself. Looking for feedback is great, but putting all of your faith in others is not. There needs to be balance. We have our own visions, and in my eyes photography as an art is about communicating that vision.

When somebody posts a picture asking for feedback and somebody comes along and says the composition is all wrong or "this should be there" or "the colors are bad", something isn't right when the photographer takes their word for it. The critic doesn't even know what the photo is about or what the photographer was trying to accomplish, and yet he has the nerve to tell the photographer what he should do and the photographer just goes along with it.

I would be careful to trust a critic who has no idea what my photo is about.

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>>2744505
>And this is why a lot of photography nowadays stinks
>nowadays

This is not why it stinks, and it sure isn't a 'nowadays' issue. Amateur photography started as bad because early amateur cameras like the Brownie didn't give photographers the tools necessary to create amazing works, and despite that limitation being lifted, the reason remains the same.

Amateur photography is an inherent link to the mindset of people using all auto-focus settings despite the apparatus allowing full control. Even if someone says of their own work that it doesn't stink because "they like it", that doesn't mean that they can't advance their own quality or have their own standards to which they hold their work to. Photography isn't, as a whole, something you can hold an objective metric to, but that doesn't mean that having subjectivity will reduce the entire field of the medium to trash.

Literally all that anon said was:
>shut up and keep taking pictures
>do what it takes to improve
>don't let arbitrary select few be the only judges
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>>2744803
no reaction images outside of /b/ my guy

we're going to try and clean up /p/ by reporting bad posts
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>>2744803
>Amateur photography is an inherent link to the mindset of people using all auto-focus settings despite the apparatus allowing full control.
Amateur photography doesn't suck because of AF modes, it sucks because most people, while wanting to be artistic, and being able to afford a camera, have nothing worthwhile to express, and nothing beautiful to showcase. Creating compelling photos takes effort and understanding of your viewer's mindset, not merely mastering camera settings.
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>>2744808

Your shitty post would be a good place to start.

Reaction images are in no way against the rules and are endemic to 4chan itself.
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>>2744813
Global 3
>You will not post any of the following outside of /b/: Trolls, flames, racism, off-topic replies, uncalled for catchphrases, macro image replies, indecipherable text (example: "lol u tk him 2da bar|?"), anthropomorphic ("furry") or grotesque ("guro") images, post number GETs ("dubs"), or loli/shota pornography.

/p/ 1
>Only upload images that you, the photographer, have taken.

Reaction images belong in shitholes, not /p/. Let's post photography when we post images.
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>>2744812
>viewer's mindset
Going to have to beg to differ on this point tbqh familia. Fuck the viewer. From the inception of photography, people tried to learn by aping preexisting Renaissance tropes because it is what is established. It's a miracle we finally moved forward by making use of new techniques and guidelines. It starts with a mastery of limitations.

You can find something potentially beautiful out there, or some latent thing you want expressed, but without experimenting with the array of decisions available, that will never happen. Photography isn't merely capturing a moment or interesting subject, but also the way in which a thing is captured.

>>2744814
>Only upload images that you, the photographer, have taken.

That's my bad for being ignorant of the rules, however in my defense there's at least 4 threads with OP photo's that I can recognize from people that are more than likely not from the poster, as well as the fact that the person I replied to had a reaction gif. My bad, though.
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>>2744820
>Fuck the viewer.
I'm not suggesting that an artist PANDER to the viewer, merely suggesting that a talented artist underSTANDS the viewer's mind. Knowing what is and isn't going to translate, or come across in the photo. You see many new photographers with a random photo of the woods, and explain it by saying "it was so tranquil and peaceful and I wanted to capture that" and it doesn't work in the photo, because they didn't understand that the viewer wasn't there, and only gets cues visually from the frame. Not understanding the viewer's mindset leads to a failed attempt.
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>>2744814

That's a flimsy rule that is never enforced, seeing as how you can find macros on literally every board.

The second rule is to keep people from stealing images or pretending to be someone they aren't, and to encourage OC. It is also never enforced, as evidenced by the numerous "inspiration threads", book threads, not to mention infinite gear threads. Really, complaining about reaction images instead of any 6000 product photos of cameras we have in the catalog makes you part of the problem and not the solution.
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>>2744821
You know, I suppose that is correct. There isn't exactly a universality of photography, and a viewer's 'view' will come into account (and my bad if this was my fault for misinterpreting) but I still don't believe that this is where the seeming influx of bad photography comes from. There's plenty of methods that have produced great work that isn't dependent on a specific viewer's 'view', although in your defense there is work that IS dependent, so I guess I'm at a loss. I don't want to believe that the issue is in knowing what will or won't be communicated, though.
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>>2744824
Do you honestly believe reaction images and photos of cameras on a photography board are equally bad, or are you being pedantic for the sake of argument?

Pepes and Feel Guys aren't /p/, they're /r9k/ trash.

And they're likely being posted a certain /r9k/er.
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>>2744826
I'm certain it's only a small part of a larger picture. There's also been a huge influx of creative output from people who have had no introduction or education in art at all. People who have bad taste, but are easily able to self distrubute their work, and find other people with bad taste to support their ideas, etc. There's a whole web of problems.

Really, personally, I see everyone talking as loud as they can, without having anything to say. And when everyone is screaming, you hear nothing at all.
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>>2744828

I think gear threads are far worse than reaction macros.
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>>2744830
Macros may be better, but they're far less relevant.
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>>2744663
>Just practice, child.
>posts outdoors snapshits of sunny16 lighting conditions

Yeah, nah, you get nice rolls back because of simple lighting conditions and your film's ridiculously wide exposure latitude. Try using your elder wisdom to shoot slide film indoors, artificial light, w/o flash, then I'll concede you know what you're talking about, faggot.
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>>2744834
>not knowing the spectral sensitivity curves of the film you're using, as well as wavelengths emitted by common articficial light sources
>not knowing that comfortable indoors lighting at night is about [email protected] & 400ISO
>shooting slide film indoors at night without a flash
>implying the men's rights activist in the picture that started this isn't obviously in easy to meter outside daylight conditions
But hey, whatever, keep wearing that Sekonic Albatross MkIV round your neck, goodsir...
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YashicaMat 124g
Kodak Tmax400
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>>2745151
>YashicaMat 124g
>Kodak Tmax400
>>2745151
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>>2745152
F100, 35mm

EKTAR
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>>2745153
>F100, 35mm
>EKTAR
>K
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>>2745154
F100, 35mm
Superia
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>>2745158
F100, 35mm
Superia

Cold Brew Master Race
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>>2745160
>Cold Brew

thats not how you do it, though.
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>>2741583
Okay, so here are 3 sample images. Again don't have a proper scanner and just opted to scan these with 2 cell phones since I remembered you wanted to see them, I know they suck.

Anyhow I guess for their time they were good, though I feel like even if I did send these somewhere to get properly scanned they wouldn't be all that amazing. Reason being I sucked with exposure back in the day and just because it's such a small format of film. Details are there, but yet there's only so much it can capture.

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Expired Fuji Pro 160NS
Lab dev & scan
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>>2745321

thats beautiful anon, more.
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>>2745321
I love taiga. Where is this taken?
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>>2745153
>>2745154
>>2745158
>>2745160
It pisses me off to see film scans with roasted highlights like this. Do a better job.
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>>2745334

Kektar's got a pretty narrow dynamic range in his defense. Shit ain't portra.
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>>2745337
Rubbish. He's just using a bad scanner and failing at PP.
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>>2744228
ty anon. will print it maybe ill finally like it.
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>>2745340
Or maybe he isn't an autistic asshole who shoots for a histogram, and he realized that properly exposed subjects are more important than having a tiny bit of useless detail out the back of a tiny window with no relation to what's going on in the scene whatsoever....

For instance: >>2745334
that photo is A) Boring as fuck) B) under-exposed C) "Technically correct histogram"
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>>2745340

Let's see your 12-stop ektar scans then.

Oh, and they can't be underexposed and at dusk like your shot.
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>>2745345
Spokky as FOK numberplate though
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>>2745352

>343 industries did 9/11

oh fuck
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>>2745321
I like this. Very cute.
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>>2745322
Thanks! That was my favorite shot, I might post a couple others maybe. The Yashica seems to have some issues with focus (along with sticking slower shutter speeds), but I was positively surprised by the quality.

>>2745325
This was a clearcutting in Kuusamo, Finland. I also shot some 35mm slide film there with my OM-1.
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>>2745349
Oh, someone's mad.
'scuse sharia, but as you can see I had to underexpose this shot by about 7 stops to retain detail in the clouds and waves.
Ektar just has no dynamic range.
>you fucking retards
>>2745154
>>2745153
Especially in these ones, you can see that the scanner, or anons processing, has simply roasted the shadows and thrown away the highlight information. There should be saturation and detail in the pathways and illuminated leaves.
I'd bet you all the tea in china that the negative has that information there.

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>>2745190
Enlighten me - it brews at room temp or refrigerated for 12+ hours and then I strain it into a carafe. How is this not cold Brew?
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>>2745334
I don't scan my own (yet) these came from the lab (darkroom I think?). I did edit some a bit but didn't post those here. These are as they arrived. I see you didn't quite my medium format ones - in your opinion do they have a similar issue? I ask because I used a,different lab for those.
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>>2745340
No PP on my part, I believe these were Noritsu scanned.

Here is one I did edit. Better to my eye but I intended only to post my "original" returned files.
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>>2745434
Other edit from your specific reference
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>>2745337
>Shit ain't portra.
Thank god for that. Portra a shit.
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>>2740862
You took a picture of a fucking curtain.
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>>2745463
It's nice, isn't it!
Beauty is all aroound you when you look for it.
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>>2745434
>No PP on my part, I believe these were Noritsu scanned.
That's exactly what I meant by failing at scanning and PP.
Not controlling the process = mediocre results.
These edits are better, but it's also important to watch you don't oversaturate the shadows when you increase the contrast.
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I really don't even consider myself good enough to be an amameteur so please give me feedback.
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>>2745534
Amateur**

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>>2745537
4/4

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>>2745520
I get that. Do you develop your own? How do you scan?
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>>2745612
Thanks for the insight. I'll give it a try and see if I can get better scans than were provided by the lab
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I wish I knew how to make convincing water.

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>>2743151
>Where is this at?
Probably mid-air between Morro da Urca and Sugar Leaf (Pão de Açúcar) inside the cableway.
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>>2743356
Porta 400 35mm
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>>2745160
>takes indoor picture of outdated coffee brewing process with outdated medium
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>>2745754
What's the modern process to make cold brew coffee?
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why no comments about my >>2745411
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just bought a hundred rolls of this shit
how bad did I dun goof?
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>>2745769
You don't. Coffee comes in a can, all ready french brewed and triple pressed into powder or whatever by a computer controlled factory.
All you need is a teaspoon and some hot water
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1/13 snapshits.

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>>2745819

12/12 snapshit dump complete.

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I think the blue channel is fucked and there's also some fogging or something along the edges
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>>2744690
I really like this one
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osaka, nikon fm2, fuji superia 200

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>>2745797
Depends on how much you 'dun' paid, fuckwit.
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>>2745798
But I don't want hot coffee. I want cold concentrate.
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>>2745798
you're american, arent you?
>>2745160
what product is that?
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noob here. pentax spotmatic + fuji 400, f.8, 1/250, overcast evening at my friends place with his dog pluto.

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>>2740541
seems a bit overexposed anon but i could be wrong. interesting though. third world + modern technology type juxtaposition.
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>>2741145
good
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>>2745151
i like this one very much.
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>>2745535
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>>2746158
you can't really overexpose color negative film, it's just shitty processing, probably automatic scanning options
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>>2746226
>you can't really overexpose color negative film
>provia100-8.jpg
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>>2741143
>>2741145
My eyes appreciate these images
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Out sailing around Grand Turk

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>>2746014
It is a "filtron"

http://amzn.com/B0001GSSIO
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>>2746163
thanks anon
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>>2746232
Where would we be without our eyes.. god bless them
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>>2746416
We'd be in the dark you frick
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>>2746240
where is that?

[spoiler]who is that?[/spoiler]
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>>2745334
you mean unlike this underexposed piece of shit you posted?
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>>2745435
beautiful
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>>2746419
Bingo
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apparently 13 year expired agfacolor200 crossprocessed in caffenol significantly loses speed. thin c41 emulsion doesn't help my shitty scanner. Lomography I guess?

Woof.
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>>2746230
>provia
erm...
that's a slide film, buddy...
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>>2746226
1. Provia is slide film

2. Yes you can, Highlights and then midtones shoulder really hard, dMin becomes close to dMax and is hard to separate, image quality significantly worsens once corrected to normal or desired contrast.

If you ever seen this on a histogram, it looks like a thin spike, rathe than a broad spread out range of tones.
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Another one on Velvia 6x7
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>>2746164
It was with a disposable camera. Not much choice.
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>>2744689
Infectious smile, mediocre shot.
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>developing b&w film
>the water coming out of the cold tap at 6am is 31 degrees celsius
>straya mate
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>>2745154
I want to know why that amish lady is using a camera.
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>>2747311
Didn't you post this one in colour in a recent photo thread?
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>>2747334
don't think I have a color version of that picture so probably no
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Is there any examples of using a b&w infrared film with red or IR filter on portraits? Not the digital ones I see on google image search, and any mixed with a landscape background showing the IR effect?
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>>2747502
You realise that film look aside (grain etc blahblah subjective topic) the effects/look will be identical to digital, right? Pale, smooth faces with dark-irised eyes and visible veins the further down IR you go.
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>>2747287
Not Amish, most likely Mennonite. I went to college in a town surrounded by Amish homesteads so I can see the difference, but to most people they are easily confused.

Mennonites have similar conservative dress (bonnets, dresses, etc...) that they wear EVERYWHERE, even the beach, but they don't necessarily completely shun technology like the Amish do.
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>>2747817
could possibly also be Quaker. All sort of branch from the same religion, with different tolerance for modernity. Overall, they do try to remain fairly conservative and pacifist. Pennsylvania (where these shots were taken) has relatively large populations of all 3 - Amish, Mennonite, and Quaker.

That lady was in a lot of my shots from that day though!
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>>2746467
thx anon

here's one from later in the year when it was done up as a winter garden with pointsettia's and such.

Not film. d700, 24-120

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>>2745814
Centralia?
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Drinkin', film snapshittan'.

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>>2747597
What about IR portrait on darker skin? Not full nigger black but like medium brown.
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>>2743838
Do you have this one in a bigger size?
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>>2748240
That one I admit I never saw anywhere online or had the chance to check myself (no coloured people where I live, at all). Melanin absorbs UV, not IR, so results might be surprising.
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>>2745708
Thanks senpai
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>>2745538
>>2745537
>>2745535
>>2745534

Can I get nontechnical feedback on these? It was with a disposable camera so I'd like to hear about the composition and subjects.
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>>2750404
What are you even talking about? They're fucking garbage snapshits.
They don't have subjects or composition.
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>>2750404
1. Resize your fucking photos
2. in terms of snapshits, waste of film desu

You need to look for interesting subjects senpai, and if not interesting at least something that's gonna evoke some emotion in at least yourself.

>>2743139
>>2743141
>>2743143
>>2743146
>>2743148
These are all mine. Even though they may suck in terms of composition, there's a clear subject (maybe not so much in the last one) and they evoke a lot of emotions and memories for me. In terms of your snapshits, nothing there seems to be memory provoking besides maybe >>2745534, and even then the framing is kinda bad.

In the end film snapshits are really supposed to be for yourself and if you're satisfied then you're satisfied with it.
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you guys into sunstars and flares?

superia 200
[email protected]

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>>2750801
Nice bait
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>>2750816
artistically using your optical set's shortcomings and internal reflections? who in their right mind would waste film on imperfection like that?!
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hasselblad and some shitty expired color film. iso 100 looks like 400 trix so yeah

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>>2741382
>>2743152

Very late reply, but seriously? Jesus Christ, how much is a roll and a printed photo in the US then? Granted, I live in eastern yurop on the edge of the EU and I'd like it to stay a backwater hole if it means developing a roll costs 1 Euro at a Fuji-licensed store.
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>>2747873
Yes.

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>>2750873
>>2750816
I just really can't fathom why they would make FD lenses so good, and then put fucking 8-bladed apertures in them? It makes such ugly flares and bokeh balls :(

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>>2751634
Uh, no, mine's a bog stadard Helios-44-2 2/58, octagonal bokey ahoy, but yeah, I've wondered the same about top-shelf lenses, leica ones included, sporting ridiculously few-leaf apertures while stuff like this old german 200mm have near perfect circles.

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>>2751651
Well the reason is cost, but also friction.
The diaphragms in any auto-aperture lense need to be able to flick open and close instantly with a tiny amount of spring pressure.
Those old multi-leaved things require too much mechanical effort to work on an instant return slr.
Rangefinder lenses have no excuse though.
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>>2751671
That seems obvious now you point it out, so this is what it's like to be stupid, huh. You're right about the rangefinders, yeah. Cost's def. not an issue with how high-end they are, so what gives.
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>>2751682
4/4

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>>2751685
didnt clock this way a 'film' thread
can't delete this post.
My apologies.
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Are the orange stripes along the edges typical of expired medium format? My chemicals are also like 3x past their rated use but that shit's expensive so I don't want to mix up a new batch if it's the film.
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>>2751771
It could be scanner light diffusing through the edge of the film, it could be a light leak in the reel or camera, it could be heat soaking from the reel, it could be a product of out-gassing from the plastic the reel is made from. I would check your scanning method first, or simply observe the negative directly to rule out.
Then I would use fresh film and see if I had the same problem. And then once I knew it was just the busted ass film, I would correct it using a gradient masked curves layer in GIMP.
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>>2751771
>Are the orange stripes along the edges typical of expired medium format?

ive seen them in my expired 160VC, but tamer.
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What's worse in an old lens, oily blades or rusty/corroded blades?
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>>2751793
I never understood the problem with oily blades. I guess they move a little slower? Rusty is definitely bad though, it will create dust and definitely lock up or slow down the blades.
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>>2751799
>I never understood the problem with oily blades.

Deposition on the glass elements.
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>>2751799
>>2751793
>>2751806
The oil gums up and sticks the blades together, which can cause the mechanism to bind and break.
Also, as anon said, it can vaporise in high temps and coat the glass inside, which can make a lense useless for anything except pictorial, low contrast style shots very quickly.
Light surface rusting on the blades is hardly a problem at all, in the grand scheme of things, unlelss it gets gnarly enough to interfere with their movement..
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Fujifilm C200 because cheap film is best film

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>>2745337
are you kidding me? have you ever shoot ektar? that shit has more latitude than portra. note: Ektar (90's) is not Ektar (2016). it changed formulas and looks.
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Snapshitting and testing...40 year old camera...8 month old chemicals.....meh.....

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None of my photos look as sharp as I'd like them to and I can't figure out why. The edges of objects always seem to have a sort of dithered look. I don't have a scanner, so I have the lab scan them for me...Could it just be that the scans are shitty or am I doing something wrong?
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>>2751926
>very rebel
>such free spirit
>wow

You and everyone else that shoots film on this board m8.
Take a photo that isn't of your fucking cancer dog.
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>>2751935
I like my dog. I don't like you.
Fuck you.
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>>2751934
You're either missing the focus (focusing screen might be incorrect or you're not used to manual focus), using an old, cheap lens at a wide aperture, or like you said the scanner is of poor quality. It's probably one of the first two though, the image quality seems fine. Have you tried sharpening in post? I find my lab scans to be very soft and have weird shadow correction

>>2751926
sharp af. Guessing a 6x7 looking at the image?
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>>2751943

If the focusing screen is incorrect, is there a way to fix that? I'm newish to photography in general, but my camera has the image breaking focus screen and I pay special attention to making sure it's perfectly focused. It could very well be the lens...It is a cheap lens.

I haven't messed with sharpening in post too much...I feel like the lab already over-sharpens my images.
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>>2751950
Well you can either replace it or account for it's inaccuracy. Place a tape measure out, and put an object at say 5 meters. Turn your lens so the distance scale is at 5 meters, stand at the end of the tape measure and see where the focus lies. I highly doubt the problem is your screen though, they're fairly bombproof.

The 1.8 Nifty Fifties that every SLR came with ever can be pretty variable quality depending on brand etc. Most of them are extremely soft wide open, just simply because the lens technology wasn't there.
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>>2751943
yea....6x7...65mm f16
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>>2751956

Okay, it's actually a Tou/Fivestar 75mm-200mm macro zoom lens, which are stupidly cheap (<$10) on Amazon...It was what came with the camera and I just haven't really had the money to buy another lens. I didn't even consider that the problem might be the lens, but I'm sure it is at this point. Thanks for helping me come to this realization.
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>>2751936
In troll school they taught me not to attack the faggot, but to attack what the faggot loves, ie: his cancer riddler cur.
What a waste of a frame.
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>>2751934
For a start there are no fucking edges in that photograph you retard.
But additionally, a junk zoom like that will only get sharp at around f/11.
Forget what idiot digiplens say about "diffraction softening", on fast film, f16 is your sharpest aperture with most lenses.
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>>2751934
>>2751943
>>2751950
>>2751960
>>2752061
I don't see anything wrong with the processing/scanning. ANY aperture should have at least provided SOMETHING SOMEWHAT sharp. This looks to me like a fogged lens. Forget what last anon said about f/16. You should never stop down that far on small format unless there is no other choice and the greater depth of field becomes mandatory, or you are out of faster shutter speeds. Study up on "circle of confusion" and how it applies to sensor/film format/size.
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>>2740862
I like it :^)
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shitty expired color film developed as b+w
my scanner doesn't like it very much
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>>2752516
Do you mean it came out b&w because it's expired or it was processed as b&w? I'm very new to film.
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>>2752536
Yeah, the colour fades out unless you develop it in time.
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>>2752536
It's developed in b+w chemicals. >>2745823 is the same film developed as c41.
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curious what people think of this

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>>2753457
Stop spamming, newfag. First of all- read the sticky. Then go on and lurk moar.
Also, can you read? The title of this thread says 'Film Snapshits'. Is your iPhone a film camera? No, I don't think so.
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>>2753457
curious how you think an iPhone is a film camera?
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>>2752545
>tfw I like the weird grain caused by developing c41 film in b&w chemicals
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KILL!
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Bronica SQ-A, portra

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>>2754481
same

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>>2754487

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>>2754481
Why not center it.
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>>2744495
nice colours shame about focus. should of shot the yoke straight on as well the dutch angle aint doing much for me. and you should of went full silloheute or not had a human.
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Dug out some junk negatives to do some dslr scanning and color processing workflow practice. Is this showing a likeness to Fujicolor 200?

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>>2754878

the greens are the unfujiest greens ever.
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>>2754878
It's showing a likeness to a sooc digital jpeg.
Looks awful.
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>>2754878
Worst fucking greens ever. Barf color family
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>>2754879
>>2755037
>>2755218
Stay tuned. We're making some slow progress here. Shot the MacBeth on fuji200 and gold400 today and gonna get this sorted out and semi-automated. Understand that I can move the sliders to make those greens better, but I'm trying to get a process going where I can start out with something that has good color integrity. Can't believe the makers of Vuescan or ColorPerfect hasn't written some software to automate this process. Lots of folks be dslr scanning now....seems like there would be a market for it.
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>>2755251
Also, here is the same neg on the shitbed using Vuescan with auto levels and no adjustments.

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>>2755251
Hanging to dry.....

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>>2743836
>>2743837
>>2743838
Nice flicks! would follow
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minolta af does the werk

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>>2755554
got scanner issues
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I had this roll sitting around undeveloped for a ages
gold 100
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what makes something a snapshit and what makes it a photo?
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A few more to fill this up

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The view from my living room

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Okay, someone please polish the thread off with the last few pictures needed to hit image limit

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