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Eriktheviking


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Registered: May 2013
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This is my first pinhole film (FP4+) which I processed myself with these results.
Not all the images are affected this way, but there does appear to be something wrong with the dark areas
· Date: Tue, 10, September, 2013 · Views: 2166
· Filesize: 19.5kb, 143.5kb · Dimensions: 1000 x 611 ·
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Keywords: Pinhole
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford FP4+ 120mm
Film developer & temp:: Rodinal 1+25 20c 9mins

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skellum

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Wed, 11, September, 2013 12:11am

Okay Erik- first guess on this is good old fashioned double exposure. What was it taken with>>
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Terry S
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Wed, 11, September, 2013 10:10am

Again, agree with Skellum.


It looks like you may have taken the DDS out of the camera and then put it back in the same way around.


An interesting effort though.


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Eriktheviking
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Wed, 11, September, 2013 7:57pm

Guy's this is a problem I have caused myself I have to scan my 120 negatives in 2 parts and combine them in a panorama software program as my scanner only scans 35mm negatives. Unfortunately when I scanned this image the density on one of the scans was wrong and the image produced is the outcome.


Thanks for your comments and hopefully once the darkroom is up and running I can scan prints instead.


Erik

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Erik “You don't take a photograph, you make it.” ― Ansel Adams “Who would believe that so small a space could contain the images of the whole universe?” - Leonardo da Vinci about the camera obscura, today also called pinhole camera
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Eriktheviking
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Wed, 11, September, 2013 7:57pm

Guy's this is a problem I have caused myself I have to scan my 120 negatives in 2 parts and combine them in a panorama software program as my scanner only scans 35mm negatives. Unfortunately when I scanned this image the density on one of the scans was wrong and the image produced is the outcome.


Thanks for your comments and hopefully once the darkroom is up and running I can scan prints instead.


Erik

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Erik “You don't take a photograph, you make it.” ― Ansel Adams “Who would believe that so small a space could contain the images of the whole universe?” - Leonardo da Vinci about the camera obscura, today also called pinhole camera
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Thu, 12, September, 2013 8:16am

Well worked out Erik- once you work out what a problem has been you're less likely to repeat it.
Can't say I have any experience scanning negs- best of luck.
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