Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Jonny Chimpo, Aug 29, 2009.
*click* ..thats ten dollars *click* thats ten dollars..
cool cameras brah
i miss shooting my 4x5 cambo E6 color transparencies... bah why did ivy have to close right when i got into it...
Only $1? you must be getting processing only and scanning it yourself
*click*...that's $429,267...*click*...that's $429,267...
I keep an APS camera in my car and that's what I always think when I take a photo.
those ricoh seem strange, theres no focus knob on the left. why did you get them over some other normal TLR
shoot some more!
The only TLR I've used is the Mamiya C330. Good for portraiture I guess, you can see if they blinked or whatever, otherwise they just look pretty (to me)
@ "normal" TLR.
You mean, "why didn't you get a Rollei?" Because I didn't.
what film are you shooting? right now im using 220 Ektachrome 100epp
ivy was sooo overpriced it wasn't even funny. you can send out e6, but obviously you'll need a darkroom to transfer them into the original box or something
no local e6 developers
I have 100 rolls of astia/velvia/provia in my fridge
Provia 100 right now for testing the cameras, but I'll be shooting Portra 160 for the project I have in mind.
id shoot it anyway, and develop at your leisure.
you can do E6 at home...
never seen anyone do it, and even if you could, you couldn't do it well. Consistency is the key to good e6, and once in a blue moon at home would be
Wait. How can you not have any local E6 developers? What kind of podunk hillbilly town do you live in?
there was 2 in santa barbara alone thanks Brooks
but yeah, only one was left, they charged twice pro pricing, and to no surprise, went under
Werd. Without the three colleges in my town our main e6 processor would have been gone years ago.