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Old 08-05-2017   #1
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Pin-Ups On Tour - Lewisville VFW

The Vaudeville style troupe tours the country performing rated "M" shows to raise money so they can put on rated "G" shows at Veteran's hospitals around the country.


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Ilford Delta 3200 pushed to 6400 with Mircophen








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I'm guessing these are heavily cropped ?
I've pushed a whole lotta 120 rollfilm and
it does result in a rather "textured" image,
but this stuff is waaaay beyond that. I'm
thinking you've cropped down to about an
APS-C or similar small frame ?



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I'm guessing these are heavily cropped ?
I've pushed a whole lotta 120 rollfilm and
it does result in a rather "textured" image,
but this stuff is waaaay beyond that. I'm
thinking you've cropped down to about an
APS-C or similar small frame ?



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Nope, cropping is only slight, at least 70% of the 6 x6 negative used. First time I've pushed the Delta 3200 (actual ISO is 1000) to 6400. I developed it in microphen stock, though the stock is getting a little old.
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OK thanx for clearing that up.
Mebbe the effect I'm seeing is
from digitizing negs or prints.

It's not a bad thing, just not
what I'm accustomed to from
rollfilm-to-prints ... IOW from
mainly pre-digital experience.
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OK thanx for clearing that up.
Mebbe the effect I'm seeing is
from digitizing negs or prints.

It's not a bad thing, just not
what I'm accustomed to from
rollfilm-to-prints ... IOW from
mainly pre-digital experience.
You know, I've not developed for that long and admit I do it somewhat haphazardly. I re-use fix probably way too long and forget to do the testing of it.

I was looking up how to determine when to dump the fixer and just read a post somewhere on the web that "T-Grain" films need more fixing, and this Delta 3200 is a similar technology.

Do you think this could be a case of failure to adequately fix the film? If so, would it be too late to mix new fix and soup 'em again?

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