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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoweagle
    i heard up to 3 stops +/- only.
    er..that one is for negatives... slides +/- 0.5 stops

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmacs
    er..that one is for negatives... slides +/- 0.5 stops
    Oh okok...sorry for my mistake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoweagle
    But over a bit then gone le mah...
    Yah lor.. left a piece of transparent plastic lor..

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    Quote Originally Posted by LKSC
    If you intend to print your shots you are better off shooting print film rather than slides, unless you are prepared to do a fair amount of Photoshop tweaking to match colour and luminosity, or paying for high quality Imacon or drum scans. Slides do not scan easily on minilab CCD scanners.
    LKSC is right. It's not easy to get a good scan for slides and even after that, you'll need to spend time tweaking the colors. If you really need to scan slides, can check with KEX. I've seen his prints from digital images of scanned slides.
    Pretty good. And i mean big prints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lsisaxon
    Yah lor.. left a piece of transparent plastic lor..
    Must really wait to see the results on my slides, still haven't finish taking them though and it's still in my EOS 30. But this first roll is so call my 'experimental' roll so i'll know where i go wrong if it turns out blank or blurred.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoweagle
    Must really wait to see the results on my slides, still haven't finish taking them though and it's still in my EOS 30. But this first roll is so call my 'experimental' roll so i'll know where i go wrong if it turns out blank or blurred.
    It will not turn oout blank unless you really really over expose it.. I think the worse you will get may be some blur or shakes. I think it shouldn't be a problem and you'll learn from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lsisaxon
    It will not turn oout blank unless you really really over expose it.. I think the worse you will get may be some blur or shakes. I think it shouldn't be a problem and you'll learn from there.
    Yeah i suppose so....but for slides everything must be perfect for it to look at it's best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoweagle
    Yeah i suppose so....but for slides everything must be perfect for it to look at it's best.
    dun sweat it bro. process your first roll and work from there

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmacs
    dun sweat it bro. process your first roll and work from there
    My 1st roll's still in my cam, took only 11 shots so far, still have yet to shoot more things with it.
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    Hi there, on negative and slide exposure.

    Just add on to madmacs on negative and slide exposure latitude.

    All negative film should be overexposure by at least one stop to eliminate the grain. Negative has 3 stop latitude, thus you do not have to worry about overexposing it.
    In addition, it is best to send to a good lab, it helps.

    I shoot outdoor portraiture using superia 800 iso or asa, believe it or not,is up to you.
    And I can enlarge it to 4rs without much grain visibility, lab help alot.

    As for slide, it is best to underexpose it by half a stop for richer colour saturation.

    That is all from my experience.

    This is all I have to share, go try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chunsan
    Hi there, on negative and slide exposure.

    Just add on to madmacs on negative and slide exposure latitude.

    All negative film should be overexposure by at least one stop to eliminate the grain. Negative has 3 stop latitude, thus you do not have to worry about overexposing it.
    In addition, it is best to send to a good lab, it helps.

    I shoot outdoor portraiture using superia 800 iso or asa, believe it or not,is up to you.
    And I can enlarge it to 4rs without much grain visibility, lab help alot.

    As for slide, it is best to underexpose it by half a stop for richer colour saturation.

    That is all from my experience.

    This is all I have to share, go try it.

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    Negatives i know but slides still have to await results.
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    i have got pretty good results shooting slides at +0.5 stops. but i would suggest you try -0.5, 0 and +0.5 to see which you prefer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmacs
    i have got pretty good results shooting slides at +0.5 stops. but i would suggest you try -0.5, 0 and +0.5 to see which you prefer.
    But i always shoot at 0EV cos i didn't bother to adjust anything on the exposure values.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoweagle
    But i always shoot at 0EV cos i didn't bother to adjust anything on the exposure values.
    you will never know till you try

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmacs
    you will never know till you try
    Hmmm...maybe can try in future. When i shoot white flowers, maybe the EV can step down to -1 or -2 to make it more contrasty.
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