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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Baklava, May 3, 2011.
planning on finishing my 2nd roll of ektar tomorrow. should be fun.
hes kinda cute
shitweather, bunch of #$%#s up there.
good weather where you are?
yep, sunny, nothing wrong with
ive only ever shot 2 rolls of ektar and id didnt gel with me for some reason
blacks seemed to fall off too fast
maybe its because it fell in a strange middle ground between portras dynamic range and velvias pretty massive contrast
maybe i'll get another roll of it sometime and see how i like it in a 6x7
i think it's a love it or hate it kind of film. same with velvia and portra.
i personally love the colours it produces. you get sharp blues and sharp reds.
ok pretty satisfied with this set up now even though its a noticeably tighter prime than im used to
even with 400 speed film im having to be a little careful of shutter speeds with winter light
might push the next roll to 1600, though this is really going to be a colour camera once ive used all my hp5
the bigger problem for me shooting 67 handheld is running out of DOF, unless you're into really fast film. Even on 645 I notice it.
This can be the video camera thread too, right?
Pretty sure I'm gonna buy one in the next couple days. Looking at the Panasonic TM900. It shoots 1080/60p that looks pretty damned amazing.
Might have to upgrade my computer too to edit it though, ugh.
Get a canon 518XL
I never found it a problem on 645. I could shoot that handheld down to 1/15th easily. This 67's a bit hit and miss down that low. Not as bad as people say with the mirror slap making it unuseable below 1/125th, but the viewfinder's so dim it's not a low light camera really anyway.
goddam, even i wouldn't have been that harsh
naw , there cool
Talking to yourself?
I live in the reflection picture