On Sunday I visited the Allenby Road Industrial Estate once more to use the discontinued Kodak Technical PAN, which is a slow film (ISO 25) with undetectable grain, and high contrast (poor exposure latitudes unlike most other monochromatic films). The film itself stopped being sold in 2004, however I was able to acquire some 35mm rolls from my uncle.
Canon EOS 600 and a 28-135mm lens. The film was developed for 7 minutes, 1+19 (at 20°) using Paterson FX-39. The film was later scanned using a Plustek 7400 at either 7200 or 3600dpi. Although it is a monochromatic film, I decided to scan it in colour, resulting in golden casts across the images. Photoshop work was minimal - it was mainly cloning foreign artefacts out, or adjusting the tones using curves.
The rest of the images in this set are on my website (link of pf), post dated 23rd January 2012.
|Lens:||Canon 28-135mm IS USM |
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|
|Focal Length:||Somewhere between 50mm and 135mm|
|Lens Max Aperture:||f/5.6|
|Exposure Mode:||Shutter Priority|
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