Paul Giambarba Edition Sepia

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Paul Giambarba Edition Sepia

Postby doekman » Sun 14 April 2013 / 13:29 pm

I have a pack of Paul Giambarba Edition Sepia, and I was wondering what settings to use on my Polaroid Model 100 camera.

The film is ISO 1500, but my camera only supports 75 and 3000 (ok, also 150 and 300). I will probably play with the dark/light switch a bit, but I don't like to waste to much film...

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Postby babas92 » Sun 14 April 2013 / 13:37 pm

Usually I use the 300 position, with, sometimes a bit of darken.
But I like this film not too dark and Brown.
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Postby doekman » Sun 14 April 2013 / 22:01 pm

Ok. Thanks for the tip.
Have you also played with the diaphragm?

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Postby babas92 » Sun 14 April 2013 / 23:23 pm

Of course, put it on Bright Sun position when it´s necessary (outdoor with very hard & strong light)
Have a good fun with this film!
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