Discussion in 'Cameras and Photography' started by MichaelJ, Sep 26, 2012.
Recent trip to France - Hasselblad 500 c/m, Portra 800 @1250, push 1. Forget the lens, ewas either 50mm FLE or 80mm C series. Interestingly, the older 80mm looks better - go figure.
Only resized it, that'sstraight from the scanner (!)
Forth Bridge (same trip - I went everywhere). Hasselblad 500 c/m Portra 800@1250, push 1. 80mm C series F2.8 I cropped it slightly and touched up the color/brightness/levels slightly. Will likely get a print made of the full size version of this at some point...
Did you mean Portra 800 @ 1/250 ?
I'd think Portra 800 exposed as ISO 1250 and pushed one stop (to 1600) when developed.
Yeah, exposed as 1250 and pushed one stop. It never worked well for me going for 1600 and pushing one stop :/
World Trade Center and lower Manhattan, circa 1999. Shot across the river from the Jersey City waterfront. I was striving for that Cobalt-blue lighting effect, using Tungsten slide film, bracketing all over the place because I didn`t know what to expect. Camera was a Canon F-1N, 85mm f/1.8 FD lens. Exposure guesstimate: somewhere around 15 seconds @ f/8....
The Carmo Church in Porto, Portugal
Kazimierz Town Hall, Krakow, Poland
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