Super Sharp, Super Fine Grain Film & Soup

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Walter Glover
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Super Sharp, Super Fine Grain Film & Soup

Postby Walter Glover » 05 Oct 2021, 08:06

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John Power
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Re: Super Sharp, Super Fine Grain Film & Soup

Postby John Power » 05 Oct 2021, 20:01

Not the same detail, but Steve O'nions has started to give it a whirl, too
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBRoVRshGfM

I still have two more rolls to go, and the adotech iv to dev.

I've done a few enlargements with the first couple of rolls and there was no grain to focus when enlarging, the only thing close that I've used is PanF+, but there still was texture there.
I ran one roll through the OM2n with 50mm/1.8 and the other with an EOS1n and 24-105 F4L and the modern set up definitely showed better results.
I'd be keen to see what others do with it!

I just put a few on flickr
ImageThe oval by J P, on Flickr

ImageCamellia by J P, on Flickr

ImageBlossom by J P, on Flickr

Walter Glover
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Re: Super Sharp, Super Fine Grain Film & Soup

Postby Walter Glover » 06 Oct 2021, 23:08

John,

It's heartening that Adox are producing it in 35mm and 5x4, but with no darkroom I have to resist temptation. The Analog Insights boys have also done some excellent appraisals. I did see that O'Nions had a couple of shows about it but could only make about a third of the way through one of them.
Walter Glover

"We see things not as they are. We see them as we are."
Emanuel Kant


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