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Old 11-13-2007, 05:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Shot this image with a 35mm film camera.

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Say it isn't so...not film.
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Old 11-13-2007, 06:29 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Say it isn't so...not film.
Yep, just wanted to see if it still works.
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Old 11-13-2007, 07:57 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Did you scan the resultant image with a flatbed scanner or was this a slide that you scanned with a slide scanner or what?

Nice shot, by the way! I need to get me a chair like that for my new studio.

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Old 11-13-2007, 08:05 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Did you scan the resultant image with a flatbed scanner or was this a slide that you scanned with a slide scanner or what?

Nice shot, by the way! I need to get me a chair like that for my new studio.

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The negatives were converted directly to cd as digital files at 300 dpi.
Ritz Camera stores and Walmart has this process on the Fuji printers.
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Wow, film still looks good !!

I'm not an expert on this, but I've noticed that film seems to give better dynamic range than digital does, ie: it doesn't blow out the areas with brightness while at the same time of getting the details in the shadows. I am getting ready to order the Nikon D300, with its 14 bit raw, to see if it is better about dynamic range than my present 12 bit one is (Nikon D70)

I realize that you can go into photoshop and bring the shadows up from the digital cameras, but it sure takes a lot of time to do all of that. And digital cameras tend to underexpose a half stop just to get around the problem of blownout hightlights. You didn't need to do that with film.

In the meantime I went out and bought a Nikon F4 to go with my Nikon F2 (oldy goldy) and am going to shoot a few more silver halides, aka film, just for the fun of seeing the difference.

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The negatives were converted directly to cd as digital files at 300 dpi.
Yes, but what resolution was the scan? Any file can be printed @ 300 DPI. If your negatives were scanned at 300 DPI, the files would have been 450 x 300 pixels.
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Old 11-14-2007, 09:04 AM   #8 (permalink)
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In the meantime I went out and bought a Nikon F4 to go with my Nikon F2 (oldy goldy) and am going to shoot a few more silver halides, aka film, just for the fun of seeing the difference.

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One of the odd things with shooting digital on a regular basis, is to pick up the film camera and still find myself wanting to look at the back of the camera to see the image. Just a habbit. I agree that occasionally shooting with film can be fun to see the difference between that and digital pictures especially from the same photo shoot.
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Old 11-14-2007, 11:22 AM   #9 (permalink)
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One of the odd things with shooting digital on a regular basis, is to pick up the film camera and still find myself wanting to look at the back of the camera to see the image. Just a habbit. I agree that occasionally shooting with film can be fun to see the difference between that and digital pictures especially from the same photo shoot.
I find myself looking at my CCD but I'm trying to break the habit. I told my girlfriend to slap me if she saw me looking at the back after a shot unless it was a test shot to make sure my hand-held meter was still working. I try to shoot manual and not rely on "auto" things because that makes people lazy and doesn't help the photographer to learn how to adjust f-stop and shutter speed on the fly when lighting conditions change. My hand-held is pretty accurate but the only thing I lack is a 1 degree spot meter.

Anyway, getting back to looking at the back of the camera, I'm glad you mentioned this because I really don't want to continue to foster that habit for myself. I need to be ever-conscious of what I'm doing because it is so very easy to shoot, look, shoot instead of shoot, shoot, shoot, and look later.

Have a great day! It's upwards of 50 degrees here in Maine today and the sun is shining so I'm heading outside. Unfortunately I have to head outside only to fix my son's car. His alternator gave up the ghost and dear old dad has to come to the rescue again. So much for sealing up my windows for winter today.

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