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Leica M3
Leica M3
The last couple of weeks I have spent growing my negatives to 4x5 large format by getting a Sinar F1 view-camera. The results still leave a little bit to be desired obviously. The process is non-trivial. :-) The first two negatives turned out to be awful. I butchered loading the sheets into the film holder and winded up with the film base instead of the emulsion side facing up. The result was therefore underexposure by three to four stops. This wasn't the only disaster. After I had loaded the 4x5 sheets, I got so excited that I tore open the changing bag to get the film loader out. Of course, I still had the sheet film box open in the bag as I realized right away. The price for that I would be paying today: One of the two negatives in the film holder was spoiled, although the other one (the one holding this image here) fortunately turned out to be fine. I had the Leica placed in my little macro studio. The Sinar was resting on my tripod (the one I have is ok as long as I use it at home but I need something heavier when taking it out into the field). The 8inches Schneider lens was about one and a half feet away, the bellow was extended around a foot. I don't have a tape measure yet so I used my 12inch cable release for some rough measurements. This indicated a 0.75 enlargement. Looking at the ground glass and comparing this with the subject however indicated only a half life-size enlargement. This time I metered with my K10D (f/5.6 and 1/30secs at ISO 320), followed by a spot-reading off a gray card using my Sekonic L508. Interestingly enough, both agreed down to the fraction of a stop. The first negative I therefore exposed at f/32 and a shutter speed of 1/2 secs. For the second shot I wanted to take into account the bellows factor so I shot it at 1/2 secs and a little less than f/22. This was the negative that was unusable due to yesterday's unintended exposure in the changing bag. The result is that I only have this negative which appears to be underexposed by at least one stop. It's more obvious in the original scan. The white backdrop isn't white as it should have been so I corrected it in PS using a solid white layer plus mask. The camera was pointed downwards slightly and I tilted the bag standard to be mostly parallel to the Leica. I have overdone the back movement a little which is why there is now convergence towards the left. It was shot on Tri-X 320 and developed in HC-110 (dilution H) for six minutes using a roller base and constant rotary agitation. What is definitely incredible is the level of detail a 4x5 negative yields. I scanned it at 1600dpi (I use 2400dpi for 35mm and MF negatives) and this results in a 35MP file. Given the low-ish resolution of this scan, this is certainly a true 35 megapixels.
Rufous Hummingbird (Selasphorus rufus) >
Rufous Hummingbird (Selasphorus rufus) >
my confusing lil' winter friend, presumably a juv. male. a winter prince dreaming of being king. ;) juvenile hummingbirds can be highly challenging to ID without having the bird "in hand," as all young hummers look like females. measurements of bill, wing chord and tail length ure usually helpful in correctly sexing birds, as well as some minute plumage characters that aren't normally visible on a free-flying or perched bird, e.g. the 6th primary flight feather has a different shape on male and female Ruby-throateds, and can only be seen via close examination. occasionally juveniles of closely related species, e.g. Ruby-throated and Black-chinned or Rufous and Allen's can be inseparable in the field. as hummers mature during their first year, individuals develop the characteristics of their respective sex (and species.) and there's always the possibility of hybrids, esp. in zones where species' breeding ranges overlap... ;) the first Rufous Hummingbird to be documented east of the Mississippi River was at Charleston, SC on Dec. 18, 1909. they've been coming here forever, y'all... ;) shot thru door glass. ;)

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