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    very nice both Helen,is the rest of the dancers frame so bad to be cut?best to you.....nei1

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    I like all three Shiro, but after looking for awhile, the two-lamps is really growing on me.

    Here's another of my early attempts to become familiar with a new camera, etc. I'm trying to figure out if the blotchiness on the building's siding is a processing fault or part of the weathering of the building.

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    I'm really Diggin the OLY om1 /50 1.4

    Lulubelle my 11 yr old Pug...
    Ces't Moi being Silly....
    A walk down the Road...
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    Holga 135DC

    Leo at the Door into Summer

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    Am not sure what this 20 year old photo of two of my boys was taken with but it was definately taken on kodachrome and taken at richmond park in london






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    John :
    What a Fun & trippy Holga shot ...Love the palatte of Colours

    Neil:
    Beautiful shot of yours Boys....

    Best-H

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    John :
    What a Fun & trippy Holga shot ...Love the palatte of Colours

    Neil:
    Beautiful shot of yours Boys....

    Best-H
    Thanks Helen, I'M having a ball with the 135 Holga. I've said in another forum about shooting Leo.

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    Multiple exposures, Leo on floor, Moon Light in window later.

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    om1 /50 zuiko 1.4
    Just liked the way this couple were getting on their Bike....
    click on to make bIGGER
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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    om1 /50 zuiko 1.4
    Just liked the way this couple were getting on their Bike....
    click on to make bIGGER
    - H
    I thought you would like the OM and the Zuiko lenses. Try to bag the 21/2.0. It is outstanding...

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    I tried some dying FX-39 in Acros, and I not so brilliantly followed the advice to keep it with minimal agitation. Well, my agitation was a bit too minimal. The negs came out, but with lots of bromide drag. I cloned most of it out, but there still may be some blotchiness in the sky. It's back to Rodinal for me with Acros...at least until I get some more fresh FX-39 or Xtol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnastovall View Post
    Holga 135DC

    Leo at the Door into Summer
    very provocative, and of course I love the quote by merton...

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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    OM1 / 50 1.4 / 50 EFKE. Rodinal 9 mins / little agitation

    I simple ADORE the creamy Bokeh of the Sepia toned shot (Yes I know NOT another boring Flower shot )
    I don't think it gets Better than that / just an old zuiko lens

    click on to make Bigger
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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    OM1 / 50 1.4 / 50 EFKE. Rodinal 9 mins / little agitation

    click on to make Bigger
    Very nice, Helen. Love that first one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    OM1 / 50 1.4 / 50 EFKE. Rodinal 9 mins / little agitation

    I simple ADORE the creamy Bokeh of the Sepia toned shot (Yes I know NOT another boring Flower shot )
    I don't think it gets Better than that / just an old zuiko lens

    click on to make Bigger
    Lovely flower Helen, those Zuiko's are jewels.

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    good stuuf helen... pity about the scratch... still I am sure photoshop has a 'creamy bokeh' repair tool :-)

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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    THANK YOU Lloyd & John...


    Quote Originally Posted by kevinparis View Post
    good stuuf helen... pity about the scratch... still I am sure photoshop has a 'creamy bokeh' repair tool :-)K
    Efke 50 is too Delicate a Film for Me RE: SCRATCHES....

    For 50 iso I will strictly Use Ilford Pan F Plus 50
    Thanx for Looking, Best to You & Cam ...H
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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    THANK YOU Lloyd & John...




    Efke 50 is too Delicate a Film for Me RE: SCRATCHES....

    For 50 iso I will strictly Use Ilford Pan F Plus 50
    Thanx for Looking, Best to You & Cam ...H
    Try some Ewal anti-scratch...

    Then Edwal no-scratch for printing and scanning


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    Yes, I like the way some of the Efke films look, but they have some really annoying physical features -- they are very prone to curling and scratching. I agree that PanF is a better film in general. But for me, any thing other than Acros or Neopan 400 is sort of a specialized film -- Acros and Neopan 400 are so good that it has to be something very specific to make me deviate from them (unless it is an availability thing...they only really sell Ilford films and Tri-x in Iceland).
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    Out Again w/the OM1 /50 1.4 zuiko

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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Great shot on the beach Helen! Are you processing these with this look in mind?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post

    I especially like this last one Stuart.
    The church in the background gives a sense of scale, and there's a kind of a line from the foreground that leads to it.
    Which camera and lens did you use?

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    Thank you Francois. It was the Sinar Hy6 with an 80mm f/2.8 lens. I might have been the 110/2 though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Great shot on the beach Helen! Are you processing these with this look in mind?
    Thanx Tim.... I'm PLEASED someone Noticed !!!
    I think it has to do w/ it being 50 Efke
    and I did the processing to the T in terms of Time & degrees
    But again very little agitation

    50 is lovely on a BRIGHT Summer Day
    so Different than my usual
    400 iso OR even 1600 (the more gritty Coney Island Day shots)

    so I guess its softer /less Contrasty than my usual Style
    of Pushing & Extremes

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    Viablex1: LOVE the Decay & Ruin in the 2nd Shot...

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    thanks here is another!!


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    and another...


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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    and another...

    Nice stuff. What are you shooting with here, and which film?

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    thanks mr. man , mamiya 7 43mm and kodak ektar 100 film...yay!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    thanks mr. man , mamiya 7 43mm and kodak ektar 100 film...yay!!
    Thank. Tack sharp, that 43. Been wondering about ektar; sure looks good here.

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    hard Core post processing...OM1 / 50 1.4 Zuiko
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    More Adventures in Holgaland or My Well Spent Morning...

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    JOHN,
    I ADORE the RED Accents & FLOWER in the last TWO shots...CHARMING

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy View Post
    Saint Chapelle

    Nice all, but I love this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    hard Core post processing...OM1 / 50 1.4 Zuiko
    click on to make BIGGER
    Now THAT makes you look spooky. It reminds me of the old days when I'd vastly over-expose a print on the enlarger and then try and salvage it by pulling it from the developer tray after about 10 seconds. I really WANT to like it (because it's you, Helen) but alas, It feels too dark. Forgive me.

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    I Forgive YOU Tim
    'but sometimes its FUN to show your DARK side...
    and I have grown to love MISTAKES in developing & PP

    Thanx for Looking...

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    Quote Originally Posted by helenhill View Post
    hard Core post processing...OM1 / 50 1.4 Zuiko
    click on to make BIGGER
    Strange, ethereal, a vision passing in the fog from a fast car, the emulsion of helen's mind as much a film.. Telling nothing and telling everything.....

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    Rolleiflex


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    Heaxar AF/ Neopan 400 in some department store in New York...

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmawest72 View Post
    Heaxar AF/ Neopan 400 in some department store in New York...

    Very nice. Love the perspective.

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    Nice William. The Hexar AF is a great camera to bring along when you are dragged to department stores!

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    Pentax 6x7/105mm/tri-x

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    Testing out Pyro HD and tri-x

    (Hasselblad 2000 FC/W & 80mm 2.8

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    That is a beautiful image. Flat beautiful.

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    I'm mainly a rangefinder camera shooter using Leica, Kiev, and Retina rf's. This photo was shot with a Kodak Retina IIa with Schneider-Kreuznach-Retina-Xwnon 50mm f/2 lens.

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    Nice shot Colyn...it looks like an interesting place.

    This is from this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    Nice shot Colyn...it looks like an interesting place.

    This is from this weekend.
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    The pool at the bottom was used in the 70's movie Logan's Run.

    It's a nice place to get away even though it is in downtown Fort Worth.

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