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I used some of your tips for dull days with some success. I’ve done mist by placing it on a Zone VII reading two stops higher than mid-grey and lettign th erest of th epicture follow along. I’m going to try some next time I buy , which I generally rate at about half box speed anyway. It is very hard on a roll of mixed lighting. Your a lucky man. Thanks for pointing out and testing what looks like an interesting alternative. The tape holding the film onto the spool is stickier than a politician’s fingers.

It was gone by the time I got outside. Iceland has similarish weather as Scotland, although I believe the sky is duller there than here. Got a pal who loves the stuff, though I’ve never tried it myself. Thanks for pointing out and testing what looks like an interesting alternative. Impressed with the avoidance of shopping trick, I just get sent with a list on my own. Yes the shadows will be lighter, but you can print them down. I do trim the leader with scissors in the light, but I just rip it at the light trap when the film is all out of the can don’t trust myself to not sever a finger using scissors in darkness. The three-piece Firstcall canister.

I’ll try some of your methods next time we have overcast. I must remember ttraffic howl and beat my chest next time though for the full effect. All those s maybe a dozen names but all the same are from Agfa Belgium and are original Aviphot Pan s aerial film, also sold by Agfa as ASP s traffic surveillance film. Hi Bruce, you should try selenium toning of the negatives, gives you 1 zone more without extending development.

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The three-piece Firstcall canister. And you can do IR-photography with this film.

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May I add a link to a sample pic? Hi Buce, I second Andreas comment. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. A fine grain developer with good film speed may be useful. Trsffic, not always I do like grain with mist. I wondered if you had ever tried the Fomapan ?

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I’m a HP5 EI man through and through which is fine for the “Summer”, but I may have to give some of this S a try during these duller months. Bruce, you had me chuckling with your ‘war cry’ anecdote.

But ‘Muchos Gracias’ for the help. Your a lucky man. I’ve used selenium toner in the past but, to be honest, I think it’s really nasty stuff and I steer clear of it now.

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I do trim the leader with scissors in the light, but I just rip it at the light trap when the film is all out of the can don’t trust agf to not sever a finger using scissors in darkness.

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And yes, all the manly stuff – hilarious! I’ve done mist by placing it on a Zone VII reading two stops higher than mid-grey and lettign th erest of th epicture follow along.

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Contax MA, 28mmm f2. I definately like this special look.

I wouldn’t worry too much about the grain – you’re not printing posters! It was gone by the time I got outside.

Iceland has similarish weather as Scotland, although I believe the sky is duller there than here. In search of a “dull day” film. So watch for the shadows under blue sky. The tape holding the film onto the spool is stickier than a politician’s fingers. Really like the shot of the gate house.

Impressed with the avoidance of shopping trick, I just get sent with a list on my own. The film has a really high red sensitivity and quite low for blue light.

I like your dull day shots, we had a dull morning for a hour this morning. I’m going to try some next time I buywhich I generally rate at about half box speed anyway. Newer Post Older Post Home. Bruce – I reckon you could get the luiminosity you are after by downrating the film a bit and then placing your reading of the mist a stop or two higher than the meter says.