From: Alex Stockwell (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Sep 27 2010 - 00:00:09 PDT
hi tom & edwin,
thanks for the responses and info.
Yes, I'm going to have this processed at Dwayne's as this is the only option
and they offer a 3 stop max push, which sounds extreme, but I'd like to know
if anyone has tried it. The only reason I'm shooting kodachrome is b/c of
the 12/30 deadline. The festival is not going to be so much fireworks as
colored lights on buildings, which I think I can capture since it should be
quite bright. What I anticipate will be dimly lit is the candles that
everyone in the city puts in their windows, and that is what I'm hoping to
capture with a little push.
edwin, thanks for the latitude comment, I did not think about this, and now
am weary of going anywhere past 2 stops. I'll try some test rolls to see
how much I can get away with. I'm also a little curious to see what a 3
stop push will look like...
thanks for the help,
On Sun, Sep 26, 2010 at 6:30 AM, Tom Whiteside <email suppressed>wrote:
> Couple of comments - one, you are going to have this processed this year
> at Dwayne’s correct (that’s your only choice, and there is a drop dead date
> for Kodachrome) two, is it possible to shoot with a faster film anyway?
> And three, if you are exposing for fireworks they are fire and pretty
> bright, it’s not like you are pushing the film in order to shoot a dimly lit
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