Frugal Film Project – Kevin Dillon – July

For July I shot a a classic car/hot rod show in Warren, Ohio… Being that it was a fairly bright day, I ended up shooting the Ultrafine Xtreme 400 @ ISO 200 and pulling it using the Kentmere time listed in Massive Dev for 10 minutes. (Dilution H 1:63)

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Overall contrast was a tad lower than I would have liked, so I slightly tweaked each image in Picasa using auto- contrast. Other than that, the images are untouched.

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Film used: Ultrafine Xtreme 400 (shot @ ISO 200)

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Processing: FPP-110 (Dilution H – 1:63) @ 68 degrees for 10 minutes – Temperature was controlled via sous-vide.

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Scanner: Epson Perfection 370.

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Other than a slight contrast increase, no other adjustments were applied.

 

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Camera – Kalimar KX7000

Lenses – Minolta MD 50mm f2

Vivitar 28mm f2.8 close focus – Komine

Soligor 135mm f3.5 (Tokina)

 

 

1 thought on “Frugal Film Project – Kevin Dillon – July

  1. Very cool pictures and on cheap film and camera to boot? Awesome!

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