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Holding Still. Hamburg 2013. #believeinfilm

Portrait.

Zenza Bronica ETRSi (645) Zenzanon-PE 1:2.8 f=75mm on new Kodak Portra 400 @200, developed and scanned by FINDLab, USA.

Available light, shot wide open.

Might be a re-post. I am working through my library to check lost processing I might have done between my last backup and the final crash of my late MacBookPro shortly before Xmas last year.

Listening to Grandpa. Summer 2013 #believeinfilm

Zenza Bronica ETRSi (645) Zenzanon-PE 1:2.8 f=75mm on new Kodak Portra 160 @80, developed and scanned by FINDLab, USA.

This is one of the reprocessed images I mentioned in a previous post, not lost but the edits were when my late MBP hit its’ end-of-life. Notably underexposed, my light meter threw a fit then and I guestimated the exposure… Portra is still the right stuff then.

Portrait on Christmas Morning. 2012 (Crop to Square Version) on Flickr. [Explored, Jan 8. 2013 No # 432]

Some people suggested a version from this image (technically uncropped version of 6x45) where space to the right is cropped. A – „cheap Hasselblad“ – Version I tried here. It is better. Scanning artifact (a greyish perpendicular line) is thus hidden too.

Zenza Bronica ETRSi (645) 2.8/75 MC on Tri-X 400 @400 devrloped in Spur HCD-S + HCD-2 (2 min 30 sec. agitations then stand; 5:30 min 30 sec. agitations then every minute 3 times, 22°C)

Made with Flickr

Close and Personal with the Old One. August 2013 on Flickr.

Jenisch Park Hamburg. A bit on the contrasty/bright side – needed some more than average processing (curves, definition, vignette).

Zenza Bronica ETRSi (645) Zenzanon-PE 1:2.8 f=75mm on Tri-X 400 @400, yellow filter y/k2 developed in Spur HCD-S + HCD-2 (2 min 30 sec. agitations then stand; 5:30 min 30 sec. agitations then every minute 3 times, 22°C)

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Bubble with kids on Flickr.

Nikon F2 1.4/50 on Tri-X 400@400 Spur HCD-S + HCD-2 1:24 (2 min, 30 sec agitation then stand + 5:30, 30 sec agitations then every 60 sec 2 times; 22°C)

Now better processed in Aperture. Had to rescan the negative because – stupid me – I dragged the original to the desktop instead of copying it prior to my late-night „editing“ in Flare – and then dumped the (original) tiff in the trash. Procedural nonsense.

Hafencity Summer 2014 #believeinfilm #filmisnotdead

I thought I should include the shot… as it should have been.

Mamiya RB 67 Pro S Mamiya K/L 1:3.5 f=127mm L (=62mm for 135 film) on Portra 400 @200, developed and scanned by FINDLab, USA