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Absent Minded Farmer

02-22-2021 21:59:56

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Found this one digging around for something else. Wanted to post it in the past, but couldn't find it when I wanted to. This is from a test roll of (my all time favorite) Eastman Color Negative II 100T 5247 movie film that was made in 1974. Going by the numbers on the can & the code on the film, it was from the second batch, first year of production. I think it stood the test of time pretty well. The few white spots in the picture are remnants of the Remjet anti-halation backing that I couldn't get off the film all the way. The scratch below center was left by a rough spot on the film guide in my Rondinax daylight developing tank. The green cast is because I wasn't using the 85 filter that is needed for daylight shooting. I'll leave a link below, for anyone who is interested, to a website that lists some of the movies that were shot on this emulsion.


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37 chief

02-23-2021 09:00:27

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 Re: Extra truck pic.... in reply to Absent Minded Farmer, 02-22-2021 21:59:56  
Stationed in Iwakuni Japan in the 60's about the only thing to occupy your time was the bars outside the base. There was a photo shop on the base. About the only developing, was black and white film. That was interesting for me. I doubt B&W is done much anymore. Stan

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Absent Minded Farmer

02-23-2021 11:51:28

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 Re: Extra truck pic.... in reply to 37 chief, 02-23-2021 09:00:27  
Some people still swear by black & white. Either film or digital. I like it from time to time. It's nice to use in the winter when there's not a whole lot of color anyhow. Good time to see what your film can do in terms of rendering gray scale in terms of shading & contrast. A lot of that depends on your film & what developer you use.


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