Granville street portrait - Deborah

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    This isn't a portrait lens by any means but I just quickly asked her if I could take a shot while she was rushing downtown and that's what I had at the time. Her beautiful dog was SOOOO soft and silky like an expensive plush toy.

    Nikon F-801s
    Zeiss ZF 35mm/ƒ2
    Adox Silvermax 100
    Silvermax Developer 1:29 11min
    scanned with a Nikon Dƒ

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    The Chimes, Yriy Karpenko, septac, and 9 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. septac 3 months ago | reply

      I see that your pictures at the right and left are out of focus, does the negatives has a plainness problem in the scanner?
      I asking because I´am thinking about to buy a new one, my Epson is 10 years old and sounds a little bit strange and so I have to find samples here about my next one.

    2. **ksk** 3 months ago | reply

      septac Hi, I use my Dƒ and a 50mm/ƒ4 Takumar Macro 1:1 in a Nikon slide duplicator as my scanner so the edges are usually pretty good.

      Using the slide duplicator sometimes causes the edges of my negatives to be concave as its not perfectly flat but it isn't usually enough to cause any blurring. I like to add slight edge softening in post production from time to time to take the edge off things.

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