A&P post ur favorite 35mm pic

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  1. lemans23

    lemans23 PV - The Vision of Sound

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    post ur favorite pic shot with 35mm film. i wanna see what film really looks like aka good film.
     
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    this is my favorite so far...I'm still kinda new...
    I used a EOS Elan 7e with a canon 28-105mm
     
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    These are all Fuji Provia 100F slide film, scanned on a Nikon coolscan 4000, no color adjustments, these are how they were taken. Notice how color rich the Fuji slide film is compared to digital, but also notice how you lose some dynamic range compared to 35mm negative film. If you over expose the image at all, all detail will be lost

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    I dont see anything
     
  5. mojito

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    damn, pbase keeps screwing things up. it worked in the preview
     
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    bad ass pictures!
     
  8. Jcolman

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    <----- my av was shot on fujichrome film.



    This sunset was shot on kodachrome and scanned on a cheap scanner

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    This shot was taken on Kodak gold negative film and the print scanned.

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  9. mojito

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    Kokak film has great warm tones. Fuji has several different, very intresting films. Velvia is super saturated, great for landscapes and such, not so great for skin tones. Provia is the middle ground film, still beautiful colors but useable under different conditions. Sensia is great for skin tones but loses some color saturation. Theres also 64T for working with studio hot lights or other tungsten outputs
     
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    I don't take many 35mm pics...here's one I took awhile back though that I thought looked pretty nice (for my n00bie photo skills at least)

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    heres my fav.

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