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  1. #31
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    Re: Scott's Filmstravaganza

    Scott's Filmstravaganza
    30 images ready for developing.

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  2. #32
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    30 images ready for developing.

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    This brings back many memories from my days with Ektar, Velvia, Kodachrome etc, when you had to get everything right when you pressed the shutter.
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  3. #33
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    I bought some more film and it arrived today, looking forward to seeing the results from Lomo 800.

    Lomo 800 by Scott Murray, on Flickr

  4. #34
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    Well I ran a roll of LOMO 800 through my Pentax 67 and am very happy with the results, all images were exposed using the inbuilt exposure meter and ETTR.


    Here is a Lab scan un-edited.


    LOMO CN800 (10) by Scott Murray, on Flickr

  5. #35
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    Here are a few more images from my 5 rolls that I got developed.


    Kodak Porta 400 shot at box speed and overexposed in camera.


    KODAK PORTRA 400 (1) by Scott Murray, on Flickr


    KODAK PORTRA 400 (2) by Scott Murray, on Flickr


    KODAK PORTRA 400 (3) by Scott Murray, on Flickr


    LOMO CN 800 - I do like the look of this film stock (Kodak Gold???).


    LOMO CN800 (7) by Scott Murray, on Flickr


    LOMO CN800 (6) by Scott Murray, on Flickr


    This next one pushed the LOMO's Dynamic range, I was trying to get the shadows exposed to see the sheep under the shed and not blow out the sky, impossible without a GND filter.


    LOMO CN800 (8) by Scott Murray, on Flickr




    LOMO CN800 (9) by Scott Murray, on Flickr



    KODAK Portra 160 shot at box speed.


    KODAK PORTRA 160 (3) by Scott Murray, on Flickr


    KODAK PORTRA 160 (8) by Scott Murray, on Flickr


    KODAK PORTRA 160 (4) by Scott Murray, on Flickr


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    KODAK EKTAR 100 - Shot at box speed and Over Exposed 1 - 2 stops


    KODAK EKTAR 100 (7) by Scott Murray, on Flickr


    KODAK EKTAR 100 (4) by Scott Murray, on Flickr

  6. #36
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    Scott's Filmstravaganza
    Lab scan, Kodak Ektar 100.


    KODAK EKTAR 100 (10)-1 by Scott Murray, on Flickr
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  7. #37
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    Scott's Filmstravaganza
    Well I have got another 4 rolls of film developed and scanned, this time with a different lab. They scanned at a lower resolution than I expected and have not labelled the film stock which it was shot with, although I can do this once the negatives get delivered in the mail.

    Warroora Station - Just South of Coral Bay in Western Australia

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    And these are some old buildings that remained at an old wool shed.

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  8. #38
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    4 Shot Panorama on film.

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    A salt lake near home.

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    And one of the last photos taken of Mr Tank

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  9. #39
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    Apart from the photos of Mr Tank, this is probably my most favourite out of the lot.

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    And an old car that we came across.

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    Our usual camping set up.

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    Rare water in the desert.

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    I am pretty sure this is Lomo 800.

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    Camping with mates.

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  10. #40
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    Re: Scott's Filmstravaganza

    Apparently linking to flickr is wrecking havoc with loading pages. I am going to let the admin know and see if the new server will address this problem.

    So how do you like shooting film, Scott? I notice the camera listed on flickr is NORITSU KOKI EZ Controller - is that some type of thing used to convert negatives to film? Just wondering what camera you are actually using. And what kind of film? Kodak, Fuji, something else?
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