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PostPosted: Thu Nov 06, 2014 1:06 pm    Post subject: Identifying my film Reply with quote

Hi there,
I am just scanning my first film (and very happy about it) and I am trying to identify it. In the film is printed 400n h64. I have googled it but I could not find somethink more. I am trying to find out if this is fuji, kodak or the private label of my local drug store.

Regards
Alex


PostPosted: Thu Nov 06, 2014 2:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm not sure but sounds bit like Fuji?

there is 400h and 160ns?


PostPosted: Thu Nov 06, 2014 7:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hm..and why you think I can not find it on the internet?

Regards
Alex


PostPosted: Thu Nov 06, 2014 7:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hm..btw what resolution do you think I should post here (currently my scanned negatives are tiff and I need to turn to jpegs) to allow discussion on my scans. The point is that you would be able to see the technical problems I have and suggest me what to improve
Alex


PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2014 1:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

jpg it and upload it in any res you want . Whatever size the image is it will show at default size on screen but full size when clicked on.


PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2014 6:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi thanks
1. I could not still find any information about my film model... anyway
2. all my film roll is found here

http://alexpal.smugmug.com/ToShare/FilmInColor/n-sdqHB/
please have a look to see if you see anything weird.
These are scans with no post processing from the scanner

General comments:
-I was using the dof calculator that is printed on my two lenses to make sure that my shots have a very deep dof... They do not look like that though...
-I was trying to use very fast shutter speeds but unfortunately I find my shots shaky with much blurred movement on the backgrounds

More specifically:

3. I am sure that this one has an aperture of 5.6 or 8 but the motorcyclists do not look in focus
http://alexpal.smugmug.com/ToShare/FilmInColor/n-sdqHB/i-bpRkPtx/A

4. same problem with the horses here: Aperture was 11 or 16
http://alexpal.smugmug.com/ToShare/FilmInColor/n-sdqHB/i-54zxrSP/A

5. same here aperture 16 and tried to get focus from 2 meters to infinity

6.also here I wanted to have very large depth of field.. the boy is out of focus
http://alexpal.smugmug.com/ToShare/FilmInColor/n-sdqHB/i-B2kd8qM/A

7.very weird out of focus scene...
http://alexpal.smugmug.com/ToShare/FilmInColor/n-sdqHB/i-rLQq3Nv/A

8. daughter out of focus
http://alexpal.smugmug.com/ToShare/FilmInColor/n-sdqHB/i-26nnCMx/A

9.here aperture was 16. bikers look out of focus
http://alexpal.smugmug.com/ToShare/FilmInColor/n-sdqHB/i-3hxgQKH/A


Why I am so bad?? Sad

Regards
Alex