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Pentax 67 | Kodak Ektar 100 (maybe)

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5 Comments

  • mravcolev | September 3, 2014 | Reply

    Hi,
    where do you scabn you images, on some I found the tag: Epson V600 so I guess those ones you scan at home, but for example on this one the tag is missing. Do you use any particular lab? thanks. gorgeous images as always. Love your work.


    • Klo | September 4, 2014 | Reply

      Hi!
      Yes, I scan some at home (although I do not always tag the ones that are scanned at home), but most of my color film gets sent to lab for lack of time. My last batch (this photo) was processed and scanned by Little Film Lab (http://www.littlefilmlab.com). I have used other labs in the past. You will find a lot of color images on this blog that were processed and scanned by Photoworks SF. I try to stay local – but still mail in my film, so wherever you are you can mail your film to these labs as well.

      All my film cameras (except for the latest addition – a Pentax 645 NII – and my Canon A-1, whose metering I cannot properly read through the viewfinder) do not have a meter inside. Most of the times, I guess – :) , practice can help with the right guess. But when I have the time, I use my handheld meter, a Sekonic L-358.


      • mravcolev | September 11, 2014 | Reply

        Hi, thanks a lot for your reply.
        Maybe one more question. How do you deal with the maximum 1/500 of a sec on the Hassy 500c/m. Do you need to often stop down the apperture due to this? Or you just reply on the film as a medium that is tolerant to overexposure. Thank you.


        • Klo | September 14, 2014 | Reply

          I don’t feel the need to stop down very often, actually. I mostly shoot ISO 100/160/400 outdoors and 800/3200 indoors and, for the lighting I seek I never go over 1/250. Anyway, at the beach, in the middle of the day, I have had to stop down a stop (rarely even two).


  • mravcolev | September 3, 2014 | Reply

    Hi,
    I also wanted to ask, how do you meter when shooting with Hassy or a camera without exposure calculation. thank you


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