Portraits on Film

This is the first of new series of portraits shot on film.  For this one I used the Plaubel Makina 67 camera with Kodak Ektar 100 film

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2 Responses to Portraits on Film

  1. Hi Konstantinos,
    I know your website for a long time.
    I’m a fine art photographer from Scotland
    http://Www.andyschulz.net
    I have a Makina67 like you .’If you Scan Iso 100 ektar with an X5 Scanner what is your digital equivalent Megapixel gathering ?
    Like 40-50 Megapixel ?
    Would be interesting to know as I plan to work with a new pic library and shan’t to use 6×7 100 ektar negs scanned with an X5 , Minimum quality they want 30 megapixel
    Thanks and hello from the highlands
    Andy schulz
    http://Www.cawdorhousenairn.co.uk
    http://Www.andyschulz.net

    • kbesios says:

      Hello Andreas. Opinions vary about the real resolution of 6×7 film when compared to megapixels from a digital file. From my own experience I have found that a good 6×7 negative scanned with the Nikon Coolscan 9000, pretty much equals my Nikon D800E (36 megapixels). The X5 is a better scanner, so I think that 30 megapixels or even more is easy to get from Ektar (which is supposed to be a film emulsion specifically designed for scanning).

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