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  1. bloomchen
    bloomchen ·

    klasse album!

  2. vicuna
    vicuna ·


  3. buckshot
    buckshot ·

    Excellent album...! This is Kodak Vericolor, right? www.kodak.com/global/en/professional/support/techPubs/e24/e… Where did you find it, was it expired, what ISO did you shoot it at, and with what camera...? Questions, questions... ;-)

  4. wil6ka
    wil6ka ·

    @buckshot Well, as it is a panoramic camera I can't change the iso setting, there is no Iso-setting on the film itself actually. So you take it as ISO 100 and regulate through the exposure time. The longer you expose the lighter it becomes, if you expose shorter it really becomes blue. For instance the shot with "Ende" has to be exposed very long, considering iit is on the ground with less liight. It is really about silhouettes and therefore only about the contrast. So it is really important to have a great difference of contrast, light and dark. It really doesn't make sense to shoot in a forrest or at a place, that is very diffuse. It is more or less a very grafic film, more artwork then photography. It was expired and as it is a slide I crossed it. I got some on ebay mi Amigo :)

  5. crevans27
    crevans27 ·

    Great stuff! I have 100ft of this off ebay too. can't wait to shoot it now!

  6. grazie
    grazie ·

    great album!

  7. buckshot
    buckshot ·

    Thanks a lot for the info, wil6ka. These reproduction films really have a lot of character. I hope to get to try one of them sometime too...