Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Sun 7th Jan 6:44pm

Daughter, then:
Imagea020 by Eoin Christie, on Flickr

...and now:
ImageH001 by Eoin Christie, on Flickr
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Mon 8th Jan 2:08am

A bit moar Moscow, to finish the night off...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Tue 9th Jan 12:51am

Santa brought me some more food for the fridge today...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby jo on Tue 9th Jan 10:06am

Me too. :)
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Wed 10th Jan 12:06am

jo wrote:Me too. :)
20180109_100155.jpg

Kewl! Get winding, snapping, pouring, and shaking...

Notre Dame
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Wed 10th Jan 1:21am

Yangon, Myanmar.
(A7R w/ TS-E24)
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Wed 10th Jan 9:37am

Cape Reinga
(Hasselblad SWC w/ Neopan Acros 100 film)
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Re: Your Photography

Postby jo on Sat 13th Jan 8:23pm

The tank is loaded. :paranoid:

How does one make the water at a certain temp? It's about 23 in the house and out of the tap. Just mix with water from the fridge?
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Sun 14th Jan 4:13pm

jo wrote:The tank is loaded. :paranoid:

How does one make the water at a certain temp? It's about 23 in the house and out of the tap. Just mix with water from the fridge?

Hi, Jo. I’m in Mumbai at the moment, and haven’t been checking the interwebby.

Don’t worry about the temperature. I just use ambient tap water, which changes very little. Run your first film, and then see if you need to adjust development time for more or less. For me, I add 30-60s (depends on whether it is a minute or minute + 1/2 standard development time, giving me 1 minute from the final inversion to walk through to do the stopping & fixing.

Weaker dilutions of developer give longer development times, which give less sensitivity to timing foobars...running all the way to stand development, which is almost non-sensitive.

These shots (which I’ve shown before) were taken in 1990 in Afghanistan on an ortho copy film, rated at 20 ASA. I found the exposed film last year, with no markings on the canister, and no memory of what I shot, when I shot it, and what film it might be. Stand-developing brought out super contrasty negatives (partly due to the film, and partly due to the time since exposure), but still visible.
ImageB005 by Eoin Christie, on Flickr

ImageB006 by Eoin Christie, on Flickr

ImageB004 by Eoin Christie, on Flickr

ImageB003 by Eoin Christie, on Flickr
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Re: Your Photography

Postby jo on Sun 14th Jan 4:38pm

No worries. :) I ran with it this morning and I have some images. :paranoid: now to improvise a lightbox so I can see the images clearly :rolleyes:
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Sun 14th Jan 8:37pm

jo wrote:No worries. :) I ran with it this morning and I have some images. :paranoid: now to improvise a lightbox so I can see the images clearly :rolleyes:

Kewl! If you don’t already have one, get yourself a loupe or a jeweler’s magnifying glass to experience the full wonder.
I just shot some Tri-X 120 here in Mumbai. They’ll have to wait for developing until next weekend, when I’m back in KL. I’ll be in Ho Chi Minh for most of the following week, before heading down to Perth, prior to Brisbane or Aussie Track Natz. Planning on heading up with the family to Shark Bay after that, with the 4x5 getting an outing.
Marseille...
(M6 w/ 35mm Summilux - Ektar 100 film)
ImageB002 by Eoin Christie, on Flickr
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Re: Your Photography

Postby jo on Mon 15th Jan 7:05pm

DSCF2485_invert.jpg
This might be the first image I try to print.
Using my phone as a "lightbox", taking a photo of the negative with my compact digital, then inverting in IrfanView. The clouds should make some interesting textures.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Tue 16th Jan 3:10am

jo wrote:
DSCF2485_invert.jpg
This might be the first image I try to print.
Using my phone as a "lightbox", taking a photo of the negative with my compact digital, then inverting in IrfanView. The clouds should make some interesting textures.

Good work, Jo.
In printing, you hope to have sufficient contrast present in the negative. In scanning, you hope to have flat tones (contrast gets added after). This looks like it will work well either way.
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Cycl1n on Fri 19th Jan 11:52am

I came here to see some of EoinC storm photos but scrolled back a few pages and found nothing
so I thought I would add a pic of a man made storm I took in the weekend :p


How ever the Cape Reinga pics reminded me I must go back

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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Fri 19th Jan 1:46pm

Howling gale, Shane! Good perspective, too.
May not be quite what you were after, but here’s a storm brewing in Singapore...
Imagea004 by Eoin Christie, on Flickr

And...
Imagea001 by Eoin Christie, on Flickr

And another type of man-made storm...
Imagea001 by Eoin Christie, on Flickr

Imagea009 by Eoin Christie, on Flickr

I’m heading back to KL from Mumbai today, with a few more rolls to develop in the weekend.
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