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6 minutes ago, Scratchy Bollock said:

 

 

Well I took two rolls out with me and used both, but didn't open the second roll of Cinestill for a few hours after we began filming (Around three hours after taking it out of the freezer), so I'm not entirely sure if that would be enough time, but definitely a possibility! Thanks man!

 

That should have been long enough. Is your freezer frost-free? I had a clapper/loader explain different types of refrigeration and there's one type you don't want as it keeps the level of condensation high, this was a while back so I can't remember the details. Unless you're storing film for long periods I'd be inclined to just keep it in the fridge. 

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The freezing process shouldnt be an issue unless the film is out of its wrapper / container. As long as it's warmed to ambient temperature by the time you open it then condensation shouldn't form.

 

If I've got film in the fridge or freezer, I generally take it out the night before I use it. As long as your house isn't like an oven, or you wait months / years to shoot a roll of film though, then it'll be fine stored at room temp (just keep it away from radiators, direct sunlight, or other forms of heat). 

 

 

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23 minutes ago, petrolgirls said:

 

That should have been long enough. Is your freezer frost-free? I had a clapper/loader explain different types of refrigeration and there's one type you don't want as it keeps the level of condensation high, this was a while back so I can't remember the details. Unless you're storing film for long periods I'd be inclined to just keep it in the fridge. 

 

Nope, my freezer is frost central so that could be the issue. Might be time to clean it out! I love the look of CineStill so I'm hopping the spots are a one time deal! 

 

 

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22 hours ago, Scratchy Bollock said:

Any idea what this could be? I was incredibly careful with the film.

 

Have you contacted the lab you've used to mention the problem ?

 

My first suspicion however would be a failure at the Cinestill end where their remjet removal process hasn't quite worked

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Top end of Camden at the weekend. I go back and forth on which crop I prefer. 

 

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A snapshot taken about ten minutes later.  Just like the crowd, they look fun. 

 

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Lloyds building.  She smiled and waved when she saw I was taking her picture. 

 

 

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And I managed to get onto more tall buildings in Birmingham this weekend.  These were all taken on Saturday night at one of the tall towers at Five Ways on the edge of the city centre. The first two were looking towards the Black Country (Smethwick and Rowley) with a telephoto lens then when the sun had gone down walked to the other side of the building with a wide angle for some shots of the city. 

 

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42 minutes ago, Monkeyspill said:

Mostly just bog-standard touristy stuff (on Portra 160, FP4 125 and Velvia 50):

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Are you happy that you dusted off the Rolleiflex and gave it a go then? :)

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8 minutes ago, FishyFish said:

 

Are you happy that you dusted off the Rolleiflex and gave it a go then? :)

Yes! Using film, I think I've learnt a lot that I didn't need to worry about when shooting digital. When I've got some cash together, I'll be looking to buy another (second hand) film camera.

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14 hours ago, Monkeyspill said:

Mostly just bog-standard touristy stuff (on Portra 160, FP4 125 and Velvia 50):

 

 

Outside Inside

 

 

 

This is a great shot. The subject has a wonderful face.

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Just dabling around with my phone to see if I have the right eye for it, what do people think of this photo I took on my iPhone, I’ve run it through lightroom on iOS...

 

I’ve screenshotted and then cropped the black bits to get the file size down to post it...

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On 18/07/2019 at 18:15, PopeSmokesDope said:

Anyone here done a landscape photography trip to Iceland? Looking to go mid September for some awesomeness!

Yes did one a few years ago using Wild Photography Holidays, though I went in February. It was absolutely stunning and you can see why so many photographers go there. WildPhotography were pretty good as well, taking you off the well-worn paths and giving you a fair amount of information about the locations so it become as much of an adventure as it did about landscape photography They weren't great for helping out technically if you needed it but otherwise very good hosts. Album from my trip here: https://www.petejohns.photography/Gallery/Iceland

 

Last weekend I dusted off my trusty Macro lens to get some damsel and dragon flies. Following taken using the Canon 2.8 USM (not L) and Canon 100-400L.

 

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Taken with my cheap(ish) Sony Cyber-Shot DSC - HX350 on a trip to Cornwall. Never owned a 'Proper' camera before, so have absolutely no idea what I'm doing regarding settings, etc.

 

Regardless, I think some of these look nice. 

 

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Some recents shots. I admire street photography so much but never get the chance to do any, so really enjoyed trying it out the other day in Manchester and Chorley even though it was very brief.

 

I downloaded a preset pack from Jamie Windsor and have been using my manual focus Voigtlander 40mm f1.2 and starting to really enjoy taking a different style of photograph... 

 

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A few more from the Rolleiflex.

 

Portra 160:

Tramlines

 

St Vitus Cathedral

 

St. Vitus Cathedral

(St Vitus Cathedral interior) Handheld at something ridiculous like half a second so I'm surprised it's not more blurry.

 

St. George's Basilica

 

Passing Tram

 

Tramming

 

Český Krumlov

 

The Either Ilford Delta 100 or FP4 ( Can't remember or able to see any difference):

Lookout Tower

 

Vltava View

 

 

Café Louvre

Edit: first one’s FP4 the other two are Delta. I think I actually prefer FP4.

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3 hours ago, PopeSmokesDope said:

Iceland flights and accommodation booked up! Very very excited!

We went to Iceland a few years ago. Not on a photo trip though - just for a few days’ holiday as my wife and her friends wanted to see the northern lights.

 

Really stunning landscapes.

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4 minutes ago, davadvice1 said:

@Monkeyspill I really like that image of St Vitus Cathedral interior the light is real nice at leading the eye 

Thanks. It’s actually really dark in there but looks quite bright in the photo.

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Sandymouth beach, near Bude. Really struggled with the positioning of the Sun on this one but I think it just about works being out of frame.

 

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