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Camera: Olympus XA

Lens: Zuiko f2.8

Film: TMax 100

Processing: Xtol 9min

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- Flower of steel - by TomFindahl
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Camera: Linhof Master Technika Classics 4x5

Lens: Schneider Kreuznach Telexenar 360mm f5.5 at f16 - 1/2 sek

Film: Fomapan 400 D-76 8min

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- Aiden - by TomFindahl
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Camera: Fuji GW670
Lens: Fuji 90mm f3.5 at f5.6 1/60
Film: TMax 100 D-76 10min 1:1
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Shooting color film with your rangefinder or TLR?


Warming or cooling filters?


It’s seldom I shoot color, but when I do, I usually shoot with warming filter.


Most commonly used are; 81A, 81B or 81C, but there’s also 81D and 81EF

81A wams 200 degree of Kelvin, 81B warms 400 and so on.


81A or 81B balances the coolness in cloudy weather, anything stronger than 81B or C will cause a yellow cast


82 series cools by 200 Kelvin each


The higher Kelvin temperature, the cooler, or more blueish the light is, the lower Kelvin temperature, the warmer the light is.


Studio strobes, flashes: 5000 to 5600 K - the diffusers tends to warm the light by 200 to 500K.

If the diffuser is not enough, use 81A or B filter.


Daylight average 5400-5600K

Sunrise 2000-3000K, overcast 6500-7000K

Daylight film is calibrated to 5600K


Kelvin over 5000K are called cool colors, and white lower temperatures 2700- 3000K are called warm colors. (yellowish white through red)


81 series warms 200 degrees Kelvin each

81a = 200

81b = 400

81c = 600

81d = 800

81ef = 1,000


82 series cools by 200 K each


Go out there and shoot some color fillm!


When I starte out shooting film again, I bought a lot of color negative film.
As time passed, I found myself shooting almost exclusively B&W film.

Then I saw a product catch my interest; Compard Digibase© C41 MAXI that you can get at macodirect.de.
The brilliant thing about it, you can develop at 20 degree celcius. The development time will increase, but it saves a lot of worrying about getting the temperature high, and make it stay there.
The chemicals will also be working from 3-5 years!

So there you go!, start shooting c-41 film again!

Regards
Tom

Shooting color film with your rangefinder or TLR?


Warming or cooling filters?


It’s seldom I shoot color, but when I do, I usually shoot with warming filter.


Most commonly used are; 81A, 81B or 81C, but there’s also 81D and 81EF

81A wams 200 degree of Kelvin, 81B warms 400 and so on.


81A or 81B balances the coolness in cloudy weather, anything stronger than 81B or C will cause a yellow cast


82 series cools by 200 Kelvin each


The higher Kelvin temperature, the cooler, or more blueish the light is, the lower Kelvin temperature, the warmer the light is.


Studio strobes, flashes: 5000 to 5600 K - the diffusers tends to warm the light by 200 to 500K.

If the diffuser is not enough, use 81A or B filter.


Daylight average 5400-5600K

Sunrise 2000-3000K, overcast 6500-7000K

Daylight film is calibrated to 5600K


Kelvin over 5000K are called cool colors, and white lower temperatures 2700- 3000K are called warm colors. (yellowish white through red)


81 series warms 200 degrees Kelvin each

81a = 200

81b = 400

81c = 600

81d = 800

81ef = 1,000


82 series cools by 200 K each


Go out there and shoot some color fillm!


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TomFindahl
Norway
Current Residence: Norway
Favourite genre of music: Rock 'n roll
Favourite photographer: Ansel Adams, Edvard Steichen, Richard Avedon, Knut Bry, Morten Krogvold
Favourite quote: ...a knowledge of photography is just as important
as that of the alphabet.
The illiterate of the future will
be ignorant of the use of the camera and pen alike.
-Laszio Moholy-Nagy 1936-
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xbastex Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Happy Birthday
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TomFindahl Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2015
Thanks!
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davincipoppalag Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy Birthday Tom! :iconcakeplz: :iconballoonsplz:
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TomFindahl Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2015
Thanks!
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davincipoppalag Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Welcome!
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pearwood Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
A blessed birthday, Tom.
Steve
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TomFindahl Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2015
Thanks!
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ivoturk Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks a lot for the fav!
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AfricanObserver Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks for the watch - I am still impressed at someone with the patience and time and passion to do 4x5" work!
You do it well.
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TomFindahl Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2015
For me, trying new formats is exciting and maybe it'll give me different expression, and I'm not photographing for volume, and I actually enjoy the whole process..
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