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Sakura 2014 (Part II)

April 8 2014 at 7:09 AM

Casey  (Login shimokita)
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... a rainy day under the blossoms.

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02 01 sakura (c) shimokita


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02 02 sakura (c) shimokita


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02 03 sakura (c) shimokita


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02 04 sakura (c) shimokita


Kodak Ektar iso 100, Nikon F3P, and AI'ed 10.5cm f/2.5. For the second time recently I tried a new color negative film. It was a dark and rainy day so maybe not the best for iso 100... At this point I have a slight preference for the Kodak Gold iso 200... I guess it depends on the situation wink.gif.

Thanks for looking,
Casey


 
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jeff Warden
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Very nice.

April 22 2014, 9:44 AM 

I like the last image quite a lot.

Ektar is not an easy film to use and my results have been spotty. Many swear by it though, and a popular recommendation is to expose at iso 50 and develop normally. It's hard to overexpose this film, but underexposing it ruins everything.

Looks like you're having fun!

Jeff

 
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