A&P First time using 120 film...

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  1. anthem404

    anthem404 not my cup of mud

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    So forgive me if the subjects aren't the greatest, but my first products from shooting 120 (2 1/4", aka medium format) film.

    Yashica D, Varying apertures and shutter speeds, and tmax 100 speed film. Developed in D-76 for 9.5 minutes @ 68 degrees (standard 30 second stop and 5 minute fix after). Slight editing included no more than .02 in contrast increase in Aperture, adding of borders/text in PS, and minor fixes to the file (8 bit, color profiles, etc).

    also, forgive the borders, standard ps action I use for 120 film.

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    I love the bokeh from the lens on the yashica, and shooting 120 is quite fun to me... so any thoughts?
     
  2. ok_computer

    ok_computer OT Supporter

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    Standard action you use on 120

    and its your first roll of 120? :hsugh:

    Anyway, I LOVE my Bronica, and my Holgas.
     
  3. anthem404

    anthem404 not my cup of mud

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    Meaning it's what I'll use for the rest of the film I plan to shoot. :o

    Technically 2nd, but the first roll I fucked the development time up (wasn't paying attention, did 5.5 minutes instead of 9.5, so nothing came out).
     
  4. Cobber

    Cobber Wanna touch my bunny hole?

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    Not bad ... very dead.

    Nothing jumps out at you. No real subject. You added borders in photoshop but didn't remove any blemishes?
     

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