Thanks! Came out better than I expected, was only meant as a quick test to see if my Bronica lenses needed servicing (they did)
Someone mentioned medium format trees.
I always spot amazing trees to photograph whilst on bike rides, then proceed to do something else instead :-)
Where's the forum favourite for postal 120 E6 processing? Is it the perennial filmdev?
Had a quick dredge through the thread and couldn't find anyone's opinion
I’ve always used Peak Imaging, might not be the cheapest though
I’ve used these guys four or five times and always been happy.
Filmdev don’t do E6.
^ I think they’re Spectrum Photo Lab in Plymouth. I used to use them a lot. They’re good.
Snaps are ok for slides too.
Thanks guys, I'll give Spectrum in Plymouth a go I think.
Ha, just assumed filmdev would do it!
Leica iiia x colourplus 200
Nice pastel colours.
Cheers - I'm guessing it's the uncoated 1930's glass that's responsible for washing out the colours (5cm tessar)
I've been away for ten days and it's only 1,5 pages of new stuff on here, this is unacceptable!
Few more night shots.
More washed out tones from leica iiia / colourplus
washed out tones
washed out tones
Agfa vista 200 x Chinon cg5
I posted digital versions of these in the other thread, but I took film ones too
been waiting a while to process that?!
Did you do any processing of the film versions at all ? The digital versions have a bigger tonal range comparing them. I think the wider format of the digital photo suits the cloud shot more, but of course the tree looks better in square format ;)
They’re straight out the scanner, no processing. I wanted to test the GND and red filters I bought, as I’ve never really used any sort of filtering before, just interested in what the results would be
Yes indeed, I mislayed a couple of films last summer, it was like digging up a time capsule!
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