HVAC with Crane

This is another shot from the Yashica 44 on 127 Film Day.

A corner of the crane that was being used to install the new bridge span is peeking out from behind the wall.

I was disappointed to find that they had painted these pipes.

The last time I photographed them (see here) they were wonderfully shiny and would have worked very well in black and white on this gloomy day.

 

 

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Yashica 44, Rerapan 100, developed commercially, scanned at home.

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8 thoughts on “HVAC with Crane

    • Thank you! This was 127FilmDay, not sure if I said that above. Do you by any chance know of a source for 127 film scanning masks for the Epson flatbed scanners (V700 in my case)? I saw some on Amazon, look as if they are 3D printed, but they are no longer available. My own feeble attempts at a homemade mask are degrading the image quality quite a bit. The negatives are so much nicer!

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      • I’ve been using a 3D printed one from Negative Solutions (http://negative-solutions.com/) with my Epson V500, supplemented with the piece of anti-Newton ring glass that came with my 120-size film holder from Better Scanning (which, last I checked, didn’t make a 127 size holder). The person who is Negative Solutions was very helpful and responsive to my ebay query. Hope this helps!

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      • Thank you! I had found a similar (or the same) product on Amazon but it was listed as not available. I did not find this on ebay – searching wrong terms I expect. I have written to them as it appears from their listing that it only works on older models in the V series of scanners.

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      • You are right – he is very responsive. Turns out I did not notice the second page of his ebay store where a V700/750 adapter is listed. Thanks for the tip!

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