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    This is my best candid shot ever!!!



    F5 / 50mm 1.8 Kodak 400
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    Quote Originally Posted by newuser View Post
    Thanks for the tip!

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    1) Dry cab
    2) Spotmatic F
    You are most welcome! Hope to hear from you soon regarding the Spotty! Sorry i got no experience in the other camera you mentioned in the thread.

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    This is my best candid shot ever!!!



    F5 / 50mm 1.8 Kodak 400
    LOL, indeed a candid! i wish i'm young enough to figure out the straw could be also used as a toothpick. just kidding.
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    LOL, indeed a candid! i wish i'm young enough to figure out the straw could be also used as a toothpick. just kidding.[/QUOTE]

    She got no teeth yet..she's really fun!!

    Thank for viewing bro.
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    Some more to share.

    Snowy Fun 2009 @ Tanglin Mall.





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    In the darkroom developing our first rolls of film. A mix of Kodak Tri-x, T-max and Ilford HP5.



    Those 4 strips of negatives on the left are mine



    BTW, I found out that one of my photography classmates bought a K1000 and M50/2 from a camera store for US$325/S$450!!! Can buy a K10D with that money!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nik34 View Post
    This is my best candid shot ever!!!



    F5 / 50mm 1.8 Kodak 400
    Lawrence, great candid shot. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrrrrrrrrr View Post
    In the darkroom developing our first rolls of film. A mix of Kodak Tri-x, T-max and Ilford HP5.

    Your darkroom very bright. On the one or two occasions I worked in a darkroom, we never dared to turn on the lights, not familiar enough with the procedures to be sure when it's safe to do so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gengh View Post
    Your darkroom very bright. On the one or two occasions I worked in a darkroom, we never dared to turn on the lights, not familiar enough with the procedures to be sure when it's safe to do so.
    We have the luxury of working in a very spacious basement darkroom. There is one 2m x 2m dark room just for loading film into the developing tank, and another bigger dark room with safe light for wet printing. This bright area is only used for negative development, which does not need to be done in darkness. The first roll I developed, I was so confused and took so long to get everything in order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrrrrrrrrr View Post
    We have the luxury of working in a very spacious basement darkroom. There is one 2m x 2m dark room just for loading film into the developing tank, and another bigger dark room with safe light for wet printing. This bright area is only used for negative development, which does not need to be done in darkness. The first roll I developed, I was so confused and took so long to get everything in order.
    first roll is always the most exciting, after that u will want to try more things...
    anyway after a few more rolls and its less choatic...
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    Quote Originally Posted by flowerpot View Post
    first roll is always the most exciting, after that u will want to try more things...
    anyway after a few more rolls and its less choatic...
    Very mang zhang, especially in total darkness opening the film canister, loading the film onto the spool, etc. But seeing the images finally appear successfully on the developed negatives gives quite a sense of accomplishment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrrrrrrrrr View Post
    Very mang zhang, especially in total darkness opening the film canister, loading the film onto the spool, etc. But seeing the images finally appear successfully on the developed negatives gives quite a sense of accomplishment!
    actually i prefer a darkroom, got more room to move and easier to feel things, u try using a changing bag, its torturing the very first time....
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    Success!

    DIY "scans"









    Pentax ME Super, M50/1.7, Kodak Tri-x 400
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    Quote Originally Posted by darrrrrrrrrr View Post
    Success!

    DIY "scans"





    Pentax ME Super, M50/1.7, Kodak Tri-x 400
    i love this two! Sin city style...lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by darrrrrrrrrr View Post
    Success!

    DIY "scans"

    Pentax ME Super, M50/1.7, Kodak Tri-x 400
    VERY nice scans!! i wished i had access to darkroom facilities...

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    VERY nice scans!! i wished i had access to darkroom facilities...
    My DIY scanner resides in my dorm room, not in the darkroom



    We learnt how to do contact sheets last week and will be starting on wet prints this week.

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    Super Program, 12-24 (usable on film from 18mm onwards), Kodak Tmax 400










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    K1000, M50 f1.7, taken wide open

    No pp sharpening, just WB adjustment and resizing using CS4. The M50 1.7 is really sharp wide open, do you agree?



    The evident dusts are due to my lowly 8800f flat bed scanner..
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    My share shooting film with Pentax MX + A100mm/2.8 + Kodak Gold 200

    A: Sungei Road Flea Market

    #1: Pentax MZ50


    #2: Camera Gear for Sale


    #3: Ship


    #4: Fish


    #5: Don't Think Too Hard
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    A: Sungei Road Flea Market (cont'd)

    #6: 3 Gramophones


    #7: Masks


    #8: Coconut Bird


    #9: Ice Cream Man


    #10: Hotel Along Jalan Besar

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    B: Others

    #1: Reflections At Sim Lim Tower


    #2: AMX-13 At Kent Ridge Park


    #3: Care Bear


    #4: Banana Tree


    Thanks for viewing.
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