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Photographer Sheila Carson  Sheila Carson {Karma:5924}
Project #47 Richard Avedon Camera Model Yashica
Categories Portrait
People
Street
Film Format
Portfolio B&W Film Negative
On The Street
Portraits
Lens Yashica
Uploaded 11/8/2005 Film / Memory Type Ilford Delta Pro 400 - Medium Format
    ISO / Film Speed 0
Views 390 Shutter 1/500
Favorites Aperture f/16
Critiques 14 Rating
5.63
/ 4 Ratings
Location City -  Vancouver
State -  BC
Country - Canada   Canada
About Here's another shot from that Yashica medium format camera. It was so fun to shoot pictures with. I developed this in my dark room class.
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Martin . Martin .   {K:24957} 11/14/2005
Sheila,

Yes, the files you post for yourself can only be 800 x 800 and 360KB file size, or less. And if you are sharing the photo and posting it for a critique it can be no larger then 500 x 500 with a file size of 120KB, or less... I shoot at 3504 x 2336 with a file size of 2.70MB. You can see that I must shrink the file quit a bit...

No big deal, as I resize the postings using Photoshop 2.0, or Photoshop CS. The 2.0 version is free with the purchase of anything. I had 2 copies, one I got with my scanner and the other came with my 20D... They might have a free download version, because it should promote the sales of better versions later...

No matter the 2.0 does anything a beginner would need... Also Tracey Main turned me onto a program that is wonderful. Triscape FxFoto, that was only $35.00 and that is what I use for my frames and sepia filters... Best damn $35.00 I ever spent and I just downloaded it on the net... Couldn't have been easier...

Hope this helps my friend,

Marty

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Sheila Carson Sheila Carson   {K:5924} 11/13/2005
My only question about having the photos put on a CD is about the file size. I know that the bigger the file the better quality you'll get on the photo, but don't you have to keep them a certain size (not too big) for posting on UF? I'm only asking because I had some of my Slide Film put onto a CD (at a pro-lab) and a few of the files were to big to post on UF. Maybe I just need some computer classes so that I can figure out how to change the file size for posting. :)

I do have a favorite local pro-lab that I used to take my film to sometimes, but now I've started taking my film there all of the time due to some pretty disapointing photos from the less expensive labs. Basically, I've learned my lesson to stick with the better labs.

Thanks for all of the good information. It's a great help for me and I appreciate it.

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Martin . Martin .   {K:24957} 11/12/2005
Sheila,

I thought so, that does explain a lot and answers many other questions I had. Now I won't have to ask...

I have a Konica Minolta Dimage Scan Dual IV, for my 35mm film... Which only scans at 3200 dpi, but your flat bed is less than that, at around 1200 dpi, or so... Each process you can avoid will improve the final outcome 20-30%...

Please try this? Go to a Pro Lab... No drug stores, no camera chains, no other lab except a Pro Lab and have them burn a CD in the largest format they can do. Most offer 2, or more file sizes, and yes bigger is better...

Since you shoot MF, I must assume you know of a Pro Lab? Just in case you need pricing structure for comparison reasons, check out "bwc.net" for the real thing...

The processing shouldn't be more than $7.00 and the CD should be around $20.00. Don't pay for prints at this time... Cost is a little more, but you will love the results of your new posts. Then after viewing the CD, go back and have the negatives of the ones you really like printed on quality paper.

Heck let them worry about the dirt, dust and grain... Right? Give the lower ISO's a chance... lol

Thanks and remember "bwc.net",

Marty

PS. Don't give up on film, but trash the flatbed...

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Sheila Carson Sheila Carson   {K:5924} 11/12/2005
I use a USB flatbed scanner. It doesn't always scan very well, but it works. There are a few photos that I LOVE, but I can't get them to scan very well so I have never posted them. Just another reason to think about digital...

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Martin . Martin .   {K:24957} 11/12/2005
Sheila,

Another wonderful capture my friend, how do you scan to make this digital? Drum, Film, or flat bed type scanner?

Thanks,

Marty

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Sheila Carson Sheila Carson   {K:5924} 11/12/2005
Yes, I had SO much fun in the dark room. It's just so great to be able to print the shots that you took and to develope them the way that you want them to look. Now I wish that I had one of my own!

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CorrieLynn Jacobsen CorrieLynn Jacobsen   {K:9882} 11/11/2005
I really Like the dodged edges on this, gives this print so much more of your personal touch. Arnt darkrooms fun??!

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Sheila Carson Sheila Carson   {K:5924} 11/11/2005
Thanks Ahmed!

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stingRay pt.4 . stingRay pt.4 .   {K:250254} 11/10/2005
Beautiful moody composition of a child at play. Excellent tones and details. This is a wonderful capture Sheila.. Well done you..Best wishes..Ray

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Louise Vessey   {K:13862} 11/10/2005
Hi Sheila, Greetings from the opposite coast of Canada! this image has a wonderful quality about it. Love the sepia and vignetting.

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Ahmed Ismail Ahmed Ismail   {K:19853} 11/9/2005
This is so beautiful with a nice feel. I like how ou have captured water. Very nice!

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Matej Srepfler   {K:234} 11/8/2005
Nice work

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Zara Hajaig   {K:1143} 11/8/2005
beautiful! very nice photo, excellent work Sheila!

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Paul Boocock Paul Boocock   {K:8314} 11/8/2005
Lovely shot Sheila, a magic and I suspect a short lived moment and you have cartured it well. :~}

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