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    Quote Originally Posted by harky View Post
    their scan for 16bit cost $13.50 .. abit ex
    hmm, true true according to what you are needing it for, but i go there for their quick turn around time and e6 processing. Maybe you can try posting your question in the Traditional Darkroom section, the members there are more experienced.



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    hi i like to ask
    i went to a lab shop to covert to digital 16 base tiff
    but i found out the resolution is on 72 (W 3090 x 2048) landscape..

    is tht normal? or should be resolution of 300?


    I had upload the jpg of the output of the photo
    http://www.4shared.com/file/21673258.../26000025.html
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    Finally processed and scanned my 2 month old roll.

    Pentax MX + M 50/1.7 + Fuji Across 800 @ 640 (Expired) (No PP)






    Too much tilt, my bad...

    Overall, apart from some under/overexposure out-of-scanner, the desaturation and grain were to my liking.
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    wht scanner u use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eselite View Post
    hmm, true true according to what you are needing it for, but i go there for their quick turn around time and e6 processing. Maybe you can try posting your question in the Traditional Darkroom section, the members there are more experienced.



    I love the colours!

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    May the Light be with you


    Finally got the chance to develop and scan the roll from last pentax outing. Somehow several shots turned up looking like this, some subjects were "overexposed" yet other in the same picture were not. I did not do any post processing at all!



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    Shot!




    No dslr can contrast against background like this... Unless it's White!
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    Not many keepers from this roll, plus i'm still honing my skills at developing



    This one is interesting thou, the bokeh made the picture looked like a painting!

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    Pre-wed shoot


    Kung-fu HOO HAA!!


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    Random plant growing out of concrete wall


    "My insistence on bilingualism was wrong"


    Black shadow? ...or poor developing technique?
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    Alone on the swing


    Okay... to be honest, when i took the picture, i did not realise someone was on the swing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baracus View Post
    Finally processed and scanned my 2 month old roll.

    Pentax MX + M 50/1.7 + Fuji Across 800 @ 640 (Expired) (No PP)

    Overall, apart from some under/overexposure out-of-scanner, the desaturation and grain were to my liking.
    The colour cast in the first two pictures, straight out from scans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harky View Post
    wht scanner u use?
    I used Cs user dorts home scanning service. I think he used an Epson V600.

    I see that you've visited his thread. 300dpi is good enough for me. Grain is visible, but that's the beauty of film.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reyreina View Post
    The colour cast in the first two pictures, straight out from scans?
    I asked for no colour correction since I wanted to see the expired film effect.

    For first pic, the green glass was already painting the XMM with a green hue. The second pic was in slightly overcast weather. It's giving off a cooler and slightly desaturated tone, which is expected from an expired film.

    Here's another (underexposed) example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reyreina View Post
    Shot!

    You just let her go like that?!?!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Baracus View Post
    Finally processed and scanned my 2 month old roll.

    Pentax MX + M 50/1.7 + Fuji Across 800 @ 640 (Expired) (No PP)



    Too much tilt, my bad...

    Overall, apart from some under/overexposure out-of-scanner, the desaturation and grain were to my liking.
    I've been spending days inside the library, woah, so many korean babes...erm i mean students
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    Quote Originally Posted by eselite View Post
    You just let her go like that?!?!
    zzz. We had to go to our own homes to take sth and meet up again...

    Anyway when are your exams finishing and go out shooting again? jio me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reyreina View Post
    zzz. We had to go to our own homes to take sth and meet up again...

    Anyway when are your exams finishing and go out shooting again? jio me?
    Ok i will sms u when im going for shooting, i finished my exam yesterday *shaking my head*..haiz


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    That picture looked impossible to obtain correct exposure... If i were you, i would have abandon the sun being part of the picture.

    Anyway how much did you pay for the Fuji Pro 400?

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    Some pictures from my Genting trip last month...

    Troll


    Petronas Twins (excuse the composition pls... can you believe this is the first time i've seen the towers in person? was super duper excited lol)


    Winding

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