My First Ever Roll Of Film Developed By me. With Ilford HP5 Plus , Kodak D76, Scanned by Plustek

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Sourov
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Re: My First Ever Roll Of Film Developed By me. With Ilford HP5 Plus , Kodak D76, Scanned by Plustek

, but be prepared - it's highly addictive when you come over to the "dark" side.

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The force is strong on the "Dark Side".

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Overrank
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Re: My First Ever Roll Of Film Developed By me. With Ilford HP5 Plus , Kodak D76, Scanned by Plustek

Sourov wrote:

Bob Janes wrote:

Sourov wrote:

Bob Janes wrote:

You say you used a Plustek scanner - which model?

It's a Plustek Opticfilm 8100. Pretty much a base cheaper model. But serves me well.

Here is a Scan of Fuji c200 film. I am happy with the results 😊.

https://flic.kr/p/2mhryt1

Ps. Great images in your smugmug website 😊

You are very kind.

I recently got the Plustek 135i, which I think is the same sensor as your scanner, but with a motorised advance..

I recently scanned about 650+ agfachrome slides for someone. And after scanning 300th slide, I told myself, "Why didn't you get a 135i You Checp Bas....."

Good god it was painfully long..... Really long ..

The key is ironing ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clothes_iron) iron a shirt, move the film holder, iron some trousers, move the film, the time flies by ….

Sourov
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Re: My First Ever Roll Of Film Developed By me. With Ilford HP5 Plus , Kodak D76, Scanned by Plustek

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Here is a Scan of Fuji c200 film. I am happy with the results 😊.

https://flic.kr/p/2mhryt1

Ps. Great images in your smugmug website 😊

You are very kind.

I recently got the Plustek 135i, which I think is the same sensor as your scanner, but with a motorised advance..

I recently scanned about 650+ agfachrome slides for someone. And after scanning 300th slide, I told myself, "Why didn't you get a 135i You Checp Bas....."

Good god it was painfully long..... Really long ..

The key is ironing ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clothes_iron) iron a shirt, move the film holder, iron some trousers, move the film, the time flies by ….

Lol. I had the similar idea but with cooking instead. Problem is, I could not move because the machine is not automatic 😂

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Overrank
Overrank Senior Member • Posts: 4,157
Re: My First Ever Roll Of Film Developed By me. With Ilford HP5 Plus , Kodak D76, Scanned by Plustek
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Sourov wrote:

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Here is a Scan of Fuji c200 film. I am happy with the results 😊.

https://flic.kr/p/2mhryt1

Ps. Great images in your smugmug website 😊

You are very kind.

I recently got the Plustek 135i, which I think is the same sensor as your scanner, but with a motorised advance..

I recently scanned about 650+ agfachrome slides for someone. And after scanning 300th slide, I told myself, "Why didn't you get a 135i You Checp Bas....."

Good god it was painfully long..... Really long ..

The key is ironing ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clothes_iron) iron a shirt, move the film holder, iron some trousers, move the film, the time flies by ….

Lol. I had the similar idea but with cooking instead. Problem is, I could not move because the machine is not automatic 😂

Thats why ironing is perfect - if I do a scan at 3600ppi with IR dust reduction I can just do a shirt in the time it takes to scan one frame. Cooking is too interactive, plus if you use flour the IR dust removal will be on overdrive

Sourov
OP Sourov Regular Member • Posts: 304
Re: My First Ever Roll Of Film Developed By me. With Ilford HP5 Plus , Kodak D76, Scanned by Plustek

Overrank wrote:

Sourov wrote:

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Here is a Scan of Fuji c200 film. I am happy with the results 😊.

https://flic.kr/p/2mhryt1

Ps. Great images in your smugmug website 😊

You are very kind.

I recently got the Plustek 135i, which I think is the same sensor as your scanner, but with a motorised advance..

I recently scanned about 650+ agfachrome slides for someone. And after scanning 300th slide, I told myself, "Why didn't you get a 135i You Checp Bas....."

Good god it was painfully long..... Really long ..

The key is ironing ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clothes_iron) iron a shirt, move the film holder, iron some trousers, move the film, the time flies by ….

Lol. I had the similar idea but with cooking instead. Problem is, I could not move because the machine is not automatic 😂

Thats why ironing is perfect - if I do a scan at 3600ppi with IR dust reduction I can just do a shirt in the time it takes to scan one frame. Cooking is too interactive, plus if you use flour the IR dust removal will be on overdrive

Hahaha 😂 Valid Points.

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Mark Boylan
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Re: My First Ever Roll Of Film Developed By me. With Ilford HP5 Plus , Kodak D76, Scanned by Plustek

The clarity on the leaf is especially good. Well done!

Sourov
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Re: My First Ever Roll Of Film Developed By me. With Ilford HP5 Plus , Kodak D76, Scanned by Plustek

Mark Boylan wrote:

The clarity on the leaf is especially good. Well done!

Thank you. I was pleasantly surprised too. I did use a tripod, because it was a rainy day , plus due to dark clouds, light wasn't bright.

The rain drops were making the leaves move as well.

But the leaf looks still tack sharp.  It's wonderful

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Zaax
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Love #1 and 3
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One and three are excellent. The composition is 3 is great.

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Sourov
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Zaax wrote:

One and three are excellent. The composition is 3 is great.

Thank you.

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