Ah, just checked Bernhard's latest blogentry and now yours and I'm feeling all - dare I say it? - inspired.
This may sound very wierd, but the way you make "dead" things to look alive is very impressing.I mean,those cars look as they were bears during their winter sleep.http://woomp.com/media_library/medias/sevwoomp/thumbs/XL01_b28a19371f55f.jpgand i'll dare too agree with Suzan,inspiring indeed.
why the hell shoot a trix at 2400? (is this a joke?)nice work.as usuall
it's no joke. all "trix+3" are exposed at 2400iso. i meter at 3200 and add a half step.if i meter at 3200 and expose at 3200, i'd have to develope it at 18-20min perhaps.. i used to have underexposed negatives when shooting at 3200 and developing at 3200 too..either you have to develope it longer, or expose it at ~2400iso.
interesting...I meter and develop at 3200. Xtol 1+1 about 20mins.(depending temperature) I'll try your way next time see what I get.thanx for the tip.
With all the talk of correct exposure being the be all end all - I was wondering: could you help me out with what time to use with tri-x at 800.What time do you develop in xtol for trix at 800?
@luke: usually it doesn't matter how you expose trix between 400 and 800 iso because it's the same developing time (9min) at 20C° movint 2-3times every 30seconds.
i am looking and reading now for quite a while and very impressed. i wrote a few days ago on the last entry (in german), but english maybe better since there are a lot of english-speaking here.First: look whom you shot herehttp://woomp.com/media_library/medias/severinkoller/thumbs/XL01_b2817115846d8.jpghe is a regular visitor in wuerfel cafe. i have some pics (also of him) from the christmas party:http://www.flamelingo.net/flamelog/?p=32ok, regarding how much you shoot, no wonder that you finally got one of Heinrich ;-))a question on your pics: are the posted pics mostly neg-scans or from prints? if neg-scans, do you process them before posting? i often wonder how flat mine look. exposure and dev issues probably.then again, since i got an idea from your pics what correct exposure really means, how do you meter? external meter, spot? and more for the highlights or shadows? because i like how your pictures look alife with bright faces or lights and contrast. a lot to learn...i know, many people ask similar question, it's all spread across the entries, maybe you should make a faq (sev's faq, sounds good, hm) ;-))thanx.
ok, the link should be Heinrich
wenn du in der duka mitglied bist, sehen wir uns eh heut abend beim johannes !?da kannst du mich das alles fragen ;)
oh and.. i haven't posted printscans in ages now..i'm only posting negscans at the moment and i don't change a thing in PS except resize, crop and desaturation and sharpening if resize looks blurry..
sorry, i messed things up.Heinrich in the tram, and at the cafe.Not that important, but i found it funny...
naja, ich bin noch nicht mitglied. die angelika wollte sich bis heut melden, hat sie aber noch nicht.wie auch immer, heut abend bin ich schon in der Kunstalle verplant - Americans zum 2. mal ;-)ausserdem hab ich eh noch viel digitales zeugs zum durcharbeiten, hab noch nichtmal die silvester-pics gepostet, grrr.aber danke für die antwort. wir sehen uns sicher, wenn ich das mit der angelika geklärt hab.
thanks, but is that 1:1 or is that ure xtol?
1:1i don't use stock usually
http://w3t.org/u/1wyehttp://w3t.org/u/1wycGot Leica? XD(original url was too long, so I used a shortener)
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