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    Re: Photo-a-day

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    Have i gotten you back in to shooting film or was it something you have been doing all along. I have 3 rolls in the lab and 1 roll that needs developing.
    I don't shoot film as often as I should. 120 possie film isn't cheap to buy or to develop. so only when I have something nice to photograph will I actually pull the Mamiya out, and i've just bought a 180mm f/4.5 on ebay for one hell of a good price! and wanted to try it out

    I've picked up another 50 shots to shoot on a project I'm working on with Jen, my muse - a 2016 Calendar!

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    Re: Photo-a-day

    Westendcameras are doing a deal at £5 a roll for kodak ektar http://www.westendcameras.co.uk/ektar-100-120-roll-5-pack-864-p.asp

    And also fuji provia £23 for 5 http://www.westendcameras.co.uk/pro-160ns-120mm-5-pack-1329-p.asp
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    Re: Photo-a-day

    Quote Originally Posted by computerman View Post
    Westendcameras are doing a deal at £5 a roll for kodak ektar http://www.westendcameras.co.uk/ekta...pack-864-p.asp

    And also fuji provia £23 for 5 http://www.westendcameras.co.uk/pro-...ack-1329-p.asp
    yeah, those are great if you want colour neg, i use colour possie..

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    Re: Photo-a-day

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobster View Post
    yeah, those are great if you want colour neg, i use colour possie..
    Sorry i dont understand. Im still new to film what is colour possie? Do you have any examples of film or pictures?

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    Re: Photo-a-day

    Quote Originally Posted by computerman View Post
    Sorry i dont understand. Im still new to film what is colour possie? Do you have any examples of film or pictures?
    The opposite of negative is...?

    Think slide film. It uses a different chemical process to develop, and gives you true colours rather than the inverted colours of a negative film.

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    Captain Sensible - shot from a very cramped gig on Weds night, The Dammed (they didn't want a photo pit!)

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    Dentist, and general teeth lover.

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    Re: Photo-a-day

    RJKP, can ypu please reduce the size of your photo its too big for my screen.

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    RJKP, can ypu please reduce the size of your photo its too big for my screen.

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    Re: Photo-a-day

    Quote Originally Posted by computerman View Post
    RJKP, can ypu please reduce the size of your photo its too big for my screen.
    If i knew how to, i would! sorry!
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    Re: Photo-a-day

    I should of set the shutter speed even slower right?


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    Re: Photo-a-day

    My first time time at a gig. A full frame DSLR and 24-70 lens is still on my wish list, so much detail is lost at hi iso



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    Re: Photo-a-day

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    My first time time at a gig. A full frame DSLR and 24-70 lens is still on my wish list, so much detail is lost at hi iso
    What did you lose from not shooting full frame?

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    Re: Photo-a-day

    Depends if you are DOF limited as well as light limited. If so, going to a larger sensor gives you nothing - any decrease in noise at least offset by having to use a narrower f/stop and correspondingly higher ISO for the same exposure. If not, buy faster glass. Only if faster glass isn't available and you aren't DOF limited does full frame make (economic) sense.
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    Re: Photo-a-day

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobster View Post
    What did you lose from not shooting full frame?
    just the fact that my shots wont be as noisy. Im not keen on using too much of a shallow dof. On my wider shots i had the dummer in the background and its very out of focus. Aside from my FF coment what do you guys think of the shot, any room for improvement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by computerman View Post
    just the fact that my shots wont be as noisy. Im not keen on using too much of a shallow dof.
    OK so going FF won't help then if you can't accept a shallower dof. Noise won't be any less because you'll have to have bumped the ISO an equivalent amount to counteract the narrower f/stop.

    I like the second shot more - framing is better IMHO and generally sharper apart from moving hand which is acceptable to me. First shot is really good around the face, but guitar and hands look a little less sharp, probably due to movement, and the background isn't so great.

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    Soldier Beetle playing peekaboo.


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