Shot on Mamiya RB67 on Ilford 100 film (f3.8 1/4sec). Paper print on f8: 4.3 stops full exposure on grade 1, full exposure on grade 5 for 0.9 stops. Burn upper part on grade 1 for 0.5 stops.
Time after time there comes need to give a print to someone else. I decided to make few extra prints for to share.
Shot on Tri-X, overexposed 1-2 stops and overdeveloped 1 stop. The negative are dense. Epson V600 handles the dense negative well, exposing paper takes a bit longer (actually about 1 stop!).
I wanted to test how lens aperture affects to the sharpness of the print. Following drafts were exposed with same focus settings. The exposure was done using f-stop timer (increasing one aperture on both enlarger lens & f-stop exposure). On… Continue Reading →
Still testing multigrade paper printing. I used enlargers color filters at their full setting. Aperture: f2.8 Dynamic (with iso 9) at height 51,5cm : -2.9 EV .. -0.5EV Dynamic (with iso 9) at height 37cm : -2.2 EV .. -0.8EV
This time printing shots on new paper type, taken with Holga 120, with studio flashes on TMax 400. These prints on ILFORD Multigrade IV 25M – Semi-Matte (RC) – 18×24 : One print on Foma Multigrade paper too:
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T-Max 400 120-film, pushed to 1600 or 3200. Semi-stand in Fomadon R09 for 2h, single super soft agitation every 30 minutes. Scans above are heavily adjusted and bromide drag is clearly visible in the raw scans:
Canon AE-1, Kentmere 400 (400), Foma dev 10min, Fomaspeed Variant 311 Click here: First picture scanned at 2400dpi with Epson V600
tmax 400 (120), foma dev 12min
Good stuff to read: http://120studio.com/film-misc/heavy-overcast.htm http://www.johnnypatience.com/the-zone-system-is-dead/ https://www.caferoyalbooks.com/ Nice exposure chart with decent weather descriptions: http://attemptsat35mm.com/printable-manual-exposure-chart-for-iso-100-800/
My enlarger is Fujimoto G70.
Here we go. This is my print log.