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    Raffles Place candid



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    Pedestrain at Little India . Taken with LX counpled with Fuji Reala film ISO 100





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    Another picture of pinholecam. Fuji Reala film ISO 100



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    DOF and rendering seems to look different on film...

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    Pedestrain at Little India . Taken with LX counpled with Fuji Reala film ISO 100



    Bro where to buy Fuji Reala 100 nowadays?

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    hi, i bought these from Fengwei last year. These are old stocks. The colours are very good. I did not make any adjustment to the colours or exposure.

    You may be able to find them through Tao Bao in China

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    Quote Originally Posted by maverickh View Post
    hi, i bought these from Fengwei last year. These are old stocks. The colours are very good. I did not make any adjustment to the colours or exposure.

    You may be able to find them through Tao Bao in China
    Thanks for the info!

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    kodak gold 200


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    kodak gold 200



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    kodak gold 200



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    wow the color is really nice! where did you scan this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanpriest View Post
    wow the color is really nice! where did you scan this?

    nowadays i scan them at Photohub. i believe, the film, the coating on the lens and the exposure , all plays a part in how the colours come out.

    cheers !!!
    Last edited by maverickh; 21st March 2012 at 06:03 PM.

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    nowadays i scan them at Photohub. i believe, the film, the coating on the lens and the exposure , all plays a part in how the colours come out.

    cheers !!!
    what lens did you used for this? very interesting bokeh

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    what lens did you used for this? very interesting bokeh
    I think its M 85 f/ 2 @ f 3.5.

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    Pentax 645, Ektar 100

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    MZ7, Ektar 100

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    It's not that digital isn't able to create that 3D look but it seems more of the norm with film...



    LX, M50 1.4, Fuji Pro160S

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    I like the colours from Pro 160S



    LX, M50 1.4

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    Ultramax 400, Super Program, SMC 50 1.2

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    kodak gold 200



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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanpriest View Post

    MZ7, Ektar 100
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    I like the colours from Pro 160S



    LX, M50 1.4

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    Ultramax 400, Super Program, SMC 50 1.2


    You guys really show that film is really able to do what is relevant, the making of nice photos, despite the prevalence of digital nowadays.

    OceanPriest, love the way you've managed to do the 2 low light shots (ON FILM). fantastic!
    Last edited by pinholecam; 8th April 2012 at 07:27 AM.

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    taken with provia 100F slides..first time using the film and i fell in love with the colours..all pics taken with K135 f2.5







    for those who are interested..some more pics are here http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5271/7...20078cf2_z.jpg

    most taken with the K135
    Last edited by Yamakasi; 17th April 2012 at 11:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamakasi View Post
    taken with provia 100F slides..first time using the film and i fell in love with the colours..all pics taken with K135 f2.5



    for those who are interested..some more pics are here http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5271/7...20078cf2_z.jpg

    most taken with the K135
    love this shot! can i ask how you scan your slides to digital files? i tried scanning myself and it is very hard for me to get the accuracy in colour. the white balance or colour always seems to be off and is not close to my slides at all.

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