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Konica Infrared 6cmX6cm Frame by mjranum-stock Konica Infrared 6cmX6cm Frame by mjranum-stock
Single frame of Konica Infrared exposure with negative edges. Some film has a tendency to fog up on the base (Konica is a good example) and gives very dense base values. Normally the negative would be on its side. I used this negative because it shows the detail of the shape that the film back leaves on the negative. The Hasselblad cutmarks are instantly recognizable to anyone who has ever worked with old medium format film gear.

I scanned this from one of my old negatives from the 90s and knocked the image out.

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Klata-Kreations Featured By Owner May 20, 2010
The way that the image turns out in each corner of the negative is very interesting. Is that common for this (or other) film?

Thank you for....wow, everything; I adore your work, & use it almost exclusively.


Cheers,
Shai
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mjranum-stock Featured By Owner May 21, 2010
You mean that little angled thing?? That's distinctive of a Hasselblad back - it's where the metal is formed away from the corner so it won't have a chance of scratching the film. Film, by itself, has no frames - the shape of the frame is enforced on it by the camera when the film is exposed.

Glad you like!
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delfin Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2008
mmm, my cheap ass bronica copy of a hasselblad has the same corners, but without the funky side cuts which probably help remind you which way up the negative is.
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Stand1 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2008  Professional Interface Designer
You're a genius!!!
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