the rest of cross processed velvia 100.
these are with 21sa.
and alt view of it.
Anthony, those are great, I really like that look!
I was in Wiesbaden Germany last week with my new/old M2, giving it a taste of the fatherland again . These are all with a Sonnar 50, neopan 400 pushed to 1600 in xtol.
A Che fan
At the hotel bar
Blind Alley. Ok not blind, but overexposed
Scott,Anthony & Maggie....Excellent Work!
The Che fan shot is great, love it!!!
By the way, what do the film experts here comment to the following question:
For low light, what offers more resolution - TMAX-3200 film or pushing 400 by 3 stops?
I like to hear thoughts on your question as well. I have had really good results pushing Delta 400 and Neopan 400 to 1600, but have never tried anything beyond that.
A couple more from Wiesbaden.
View through the hotel room window
Watching football at the cafe
Lovely shots guys! Maggie -- those two of the tomcat are great -- you really get a sense of its movement...
Scott -- I also really like those shots of Wiesbaden...it is funny, it looks very similar to Villach, Austria, a town I visited in June.
Peter -- That is a good question. I am not sure! I have not shot P3200. My guess would be that P3200 would give you better tones and a more normal contrast range (since you are pulling it), but that TMY would give you a sharper, higher resolution image, but much contrastier since it is being pushed so much.
Stu and Matt: thanks guys!!!
The cat is a neighborhood get-about and yes, the tightrope is Dom's leash! You know, there is all sorts of drama about, if you just go looking for it. I'm hoping that my current round of bunny shots come out OK. It's crazy how tame they are.
Steve, Stuart, Matt, Peter ... Thanks!
Here are a few from today with the M2 and 50mm Sonnar
Panties on the sidewalk , um...?, um... ?, um... ??
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Sorry, no idea why these are not available any more...
Scott: Great, gritty, photos! #1 - won't ask; nicely seen; #2 - well composed; 3# - like the foreground leading to the man; #4 - well seen with the head over the left shoulder.
Here are a few more.
The underbelly of a bridge
Here are some new scans of some older negatives from the M4-P that were originally posted with Walgreens' scans.
Future Culvert Junction, April, 2010
Culvert Work, April, 2010
Lower Dogwalk, April, 2010
Backing In The Truck, Lincoln, NE, April, 2010
These are all that ShurFine400 color negative film that came with the M4-P.
Hi all, have been MIA for just a few days
the full moon puppet show. every full moon. on the patio at bedlam theater.
one of the performances.
35mm summilux pre-asph. trix/tmax dev. push iso 800
please pardon me for the dusts. I still haven't find a good solution for it.
35lux trix/tmax dev iso800. just some candid's
phyco suzie at NE Minneapolis.
a rainy evening, friends visited. velodrome racing was canceled. no racing or watching. what else should we do? you know....
I didn't recognize I actually knew that woman until i started scanning the negatives.
These are my cycling and racing buddies.
Great stuff, I love the eye contact in the last one.
My apologies, if I've already posted these. Cheers, Matt
1. M7; 24mm f/1.4; Fujichrome Provia 400X
2. M7; CV 21mm f/4; Fujichrome Provia 400X
But seriously, it really does feel that way sometimes. Best of both worlds and all that.
A few more neighborhood dusk shots. All with the M2 + Zeiss Planar, all on Efke 100 @ 160 (my current favorite: love the tonality, even though it tends to be "spotty"). Developed in Diafine 3+3.