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david richardson

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  1. Yeah it's a S type, Bowens fit. So the soft box fit into that. But I need to find a way to get the adaptor to keep secure onto the HMI. I was thinking maybe tape might be the best solution. But don't want a fire..
  2. this is the speeding https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/322548624279
  3. Yes it doesn't mount to it as it's third party. I need to find something to keep it attached to the HMI. Not sure what though
  4. I have a speedring for my Dedolight HMI. But it needs tape to keep it attached as it's third party. Does anyone know what tape or alternative that would work?
  5. Hi Ed. I've got a speedring. Do you know what sort of tape I could use to keep the speedring attached?
  6. Thanks Dom, so there is no worries about the negative being tinted?
  7. Hello I have what seems like a yellow filter on my viewfinder, is this something I can disengage? Best wishes David
  8. Hello I have what seems like a yellow filter on my viewfinder, is this something I can disengage? Best wishes David
  9. Thanks Ed, great idea with the speeding! Many thanks!
  10. Hello does anybody have any solutions to making these lights softer and controlling them. Are there soft boxes I can attach? I am pretty new to HMIs Many thanks
  11. hello does anybody have any recommendations for affordable gels for the Dedolights DLH4 series of lights? Best wishes
  12. Hello I was wondering if anybody had any advice on this combination. Should I leave the filter at sunlight, I had a blue negative in the past, but I think that was from tungsten film.. Also any advice on external meter usage, would I have to make changes to it, keep it at 50 or rate it at a different iso? Thanks for looking
  13. I can't recommend these guys enough in the UK they\re very well priced and they do brilliant 2k transfers too. http://gaugefilm.co.uk/
  14. Excellent thank you Aapo. I was just wondering as some forums say you need bleach to turn Tri-x back to a negative or something? I was wondering about storing the reel of film after processing it?
  15. Hello, finally got round to processing some 35mm still tri-x at home using R09 one shot and leaving if for an hour with a little agitation at the beginning and middle. Then stop and rinse. I liked the results but I fear this might be too much for smaller formats. I've got a dusty lomo tank and I was thinking it may be better with Acufine, do I need to use any other chemicals? I want to get as fine results as I can before sending them off for a telecine, also if anybody as any tips on how to store them afterwards so them don't get damaged that would be great. A long time film lover, but I'm very new to processing at home.. Thanks for any help. David
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