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Greg at the Regent

Greg at the Regent
At the inaugral Brisbane Ipernity Meet earlier in the year.

A short break from "arty" shots for the purpose of documenting an Ipernity meetup.

Kodak 400BN (C-41 process).

Canon EOS 50, EF 50mm f/1.8 II lens, Canon 188A Speedlite.

f/8, asa400, 1/125.

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picsbymac
picsbymac
wahoo - you've got your film backdeveloped!

Like the sign behind Greg too : )
9 years ago.
David de Groot has replied to picsbymac
Yep, sure did - not overly happy with the Kodak 400BN. The negatives look like colour negs in that they are brown and the scanning software tends to give it "interesting" colour casts which I need to correct digitally.

I've now finished my rolls of Ilford Delta 100 and Fuji Neopan 100 and just need to get a few more things (including developer) before I can see how they came out...
9 years ago.
picsbymac has replied to David de Groot
Yes, the casts can be a pain, it's the trade-off with c-41 convenience...the place where I take mine to be developed scans them as part of the 'develop only' package and they typically scan with a green cast. I just desaturate. Your other rolls will be different...unless you scan in RGB mode ; )
9 years ago.
Cyron
Cyron
Ipernity meetup? I thought the entire point of the external site and people keeping active on here and flickr was so that we didn't break up in to flickr only meetups and ipernity only meetups. How did an ipernity meetup sneak by without being mentioned on flickr or photo-meetup?
9 years ago.
David de Groot has replied to Cyron
Ah yes, that is a good point. Steve mailed me to see if I'd be interested in coming along, so I did.

Our poor little external site hasn't been feeling the love lately though...
9 years ago.