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Old 08-03-2017   #1
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I disengaged the shutter from the mirror to do an estimated time exposure on this one.

Dallas Heritage Village
Green X-ray film @100ISO
Super D (1948 )/Gundlach Petzval (~1925)
Pyrocat HD 1:1:100 10 minutes @ 74F


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Interesting image and the work you did to capture has paid off it seems. It has a neat look to it. Assume you are happy with the result?

But no one is going to buy that and eat it right?
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Interesting image and the work you did to capture has paid off it seems. It has a neat look to it. Assume you are happy with the result?

But no one is going to buy that and eat it right?
Thanks, yes, I'm satisfied with the first time experiment. the Super D only goes down to 1/30th second but I needed a longer exposure with this. Fortunately there was a counter to rest the camera on. Of course the Petzval wide open looses sharpness very quickly away from the central focus point.

My guess is the cans are empty, but don't know for sure, they are in the "general store" at the Dallas Heritage Village.


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