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    1970's. Nikkormat and probably Tri-X. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt



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    Maggie.....Awesome!!!!!!!!!!

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    Matt, Real Nice Tone & Shadow Play!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Matt, Real Nice Tone & Shadow Play!
    +1. That's a good one for sure.

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    Thanks, Matt!

    I think the only weakness the F3 has is it only has one mechanical shutter speed if the batteries die. Oh, and the dumb-*** hotshoe. What was Nikon thinking?!?!?
    Funny you mention that, Maggie. I was thinking about both of those issues with the F3 recently. The shutter speed was always a pain, as it seemed my batteries always died a the most inconvenient time. As for the hotshoe, I had (actually, I still have) the TTL handle mount flash for the F3 (which connected over the film rewind), and what a revelation it seemed at the time. True is, in practice, I didn't find that it worked well for me, and I generally used in in manual mode. And what a dinosaur it is by todays TTL flash standards.

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    Matt, Real Nice Tone & Shadow Play!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    +1. That's a good one for sure.
    Steve/Lloyd: Gentlemen, thank you! Cheers, Matt.

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    Maggie.....Awesome!!!!!!!!!!
    Thanks, Steve!

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    Funny you mention that, Maggie. I was thinking about both of those issues with the F3 recently. The shutter speed was always a pain, as it seemed my batteries always died a the most inconvenient time. As for the hotshoe, I had (actually, I still have) the TTL handle mount flash for the F3 (which connected over the film rewind), and what a revelation it seemed at the time. True is, in practice, I didn't find that it worked well for me, and I generally used in in manual mode. And what a dinosaur it is by todays TTL flash standards.
    Yeah, that flash was a big mistake. And making a camera that couldn't take my Vivitar 285 was another big mistake. But man, when the F3 works, it works great.

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    More from the F3:

    Construction, I-70, June, 1989


    Hiker, I-70, June, 1989


    Big Sky, I-70, June, 1989

    Those three on T-Max400

    Kodak HIE for this one:
    Bonnie and Trees, Craig, NE, 1987


    This one is from the Canonet, loaded with Tri-X:
    Don Hasenkamp, Oakland, NE, 1980

    The Canonet was easy to bring to class with me and so quiet it was rare when anyone noticed me using it. When that shot appeared in the yearbook, Mr. Hasenkamp was shocked to find out I'd been snapping pix in his classroom!

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    Some Ilford FP4+ on the Mamiya RZ67 from Colorado

    Greetings All, I'm new around here and have only just now found you kindered spirits who still shoot film (been hanging out in the Nikon digital forum, minding my own business...)

    I shoot 3 systems: Nikon digital (D3S), my much loved Nikon F6 and Mamiya RZ67 ProII. Here's a few from 3 weeks ago. I just paid off my car and am going through a second honeymoon with her as we replace brakes, tires, iridium spark plugs and all kinds of other hoo-hah. This is the RZ with a 120 back (FP4+) and the 110/2.8 at 22 scanned with the EPSON V500.

    Loving all the great pictures here and will come back later to comment... especially love Gary's industrial shots and the french couple dancing... just superb work everyone.

    Adios-
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    More from the F3:
    Maggie-
    Those are all great. I remember when they were doing the construction on I-70 in Glenwood. Great that you captured that... what a mess that was. Love the dog... long live the F3. Never had one but have heard it's a pleasure to work with...
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    1970's. Nikkormat and probably Tri-X. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt
    Hi Matt,
    I love this... love shooting fire escapes, too. Some of my favorite street shots are of fire escapes in Chicago. Well done. Bet you can't wait to run some Tri-X through your new beauty. Did it arrive today?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Maggie-
    Those are all great. I remember when they were doing the construction on I-70 in Glenwood. Great that you captured that... what a mess that was. Love the dog... long live the F3. Never had one but have heard it's a pleasure to work with...
    Thanks and welcome, John! The F3 was my main camera for a very, very long time and it served me very well. I'm running a roll of Ektar through it right now, but it seems like I grab one of the Leicas more often, so it's taking a while.

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    Maggie....More Cool Images!

    JB...Nice To See You Here & Like All Of Your Work...Primo! Your Putting The F6 Bug In My Ear Again!

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    1970's again. Nikkormat and Tri-X (i think that's the only B & W film that i shot because it was easy to push and develop). Cheers, Matt





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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Greetings All, I'm new around here and have only just now found you kindered spirits who still shoot film (been hanging out in the Nikon digital forum, minding my own business...)

    I shoot 3 systems: Nikon digital (D3S), my much loved Nikon F6 and Mamiya RZ67 ProII. Here's a few from 3 weeks ago. I just paid off my car and am going through a second honeymoon with her as we replace brakes, tires, iridium spark plugs and all kinds of other hoo-hah. This is the RZ with a 120 back (FP4+) and the 110/2.8 at 22 scanned with the EPSON V500.

    Loving all the great pictures here and will come back later to comment... especially love Gary's industrial shots and the french couple dancing... just superb work everyone.

    Adios-
    John: Welcome. Nice images. In another year, i'll have the first car that i've ever paid off. Usually lease, or trade in too soon. I'm being frugal; so, i can afford more camera gear. It's a good thing my wife doesn't read these posts.

    Spent some more time tonight in your F6 Gallery. Some great play with narrow DOF in there too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    More from the F3:

    Construction, I-70, June, 1989


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    Those three on T-Max400

    Kodak HIE for this one:
    Bonnie and Trees, Craig, NE, 1987


    This one is from the Canonet, loaded with Tri-X:
    The Canonet was easy to bring to class with me and so quiet it was rare when anyone noticed me using it. When that shot appeared in the yearbook, Mr. Hasenkamp was shocked to find out I'd been snapping pix in his classroom!
    maggie: very nice. The construction shot's great. Gotta smooth out those highways. Bonnie and Trees is too cool!

    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Hi Matt,
    I love this... love shooting fire escapes, too. Some of my favorite street shots are of fire escapes in Chicago. Well done. Bet you can't wait to run some Tri-X through your new beauty. Did it arrive today?
    John: Thanks. They're disappearing around here (don't meet codes). The F6 didn't arrive today. Apparently Priority Overnight is just a guideline. In the morning, i hope.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Maggie....More Cool Images!
    JB...Nice To See You Here & Like All Of Your Work...Primo! Your Putting The F6 Bug In My Ear Again!
    Steve: I'd tell you to got bed; but, you're probably just getting up to go work out! Don't slobber on Ashwin's 0.95.

    I'm going to bed. :sleep006::sleep006: Cheers, Matt.
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    Big Sky, I-70, June, 1989




    Bonnie and Trees, Craig, NE, 1987

    Maggie,

    These are all great, I especially love these two. The IR especially. I just got a couple of rolls of Rollei IR, can't wait to shoot it.

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    Adios-
    John,

    Don't leave us already - your shots are terrific!

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    This is super. It reminds me of the building on the cover of Led Zeppelin's "Physical Graffiti", like maybe this is the back of the building.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    1970's again. Nikkormat and Tri-X (i think that's the only B & W film that i shot because it was easy to push and develop). Cheers, Matt
    Matt!! These are terrific! Wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    This is super. It reminds me of the building on the cover of Led Zeppelin's "Physical Graffiti", like maybe this is the back of the building.
    Claire: Thanks. I remember that album cover. I'll have to look at it when I get home. Maybe i could photoshop the band in: sitting down against the brick wall sharing wine in a paper bag (or doing something else illegal).

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    Matt!! These are terrific! Wow.
    Lloyd: Thank you, sir!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Maggie....More Cool Images!
    Thanks, Steve!

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    maggie: very nice. The construction shot's great. Gotta smooth out those highways. Bonnie and Trees is too cool!
    Thanks, Matt! I really did like Kodak's IR B&W film, even if it was ridiculously delicate. The results were worth the trouble, but my heart was broken many times by big half-moons from damaged film ruining a frame.

    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Maggie,
    These are all great, I especially love these two. The IR especially. I just got a couple of rolls of Rollei IR, can't wait to shoot it.
    Thank you, Claire! Please tell us about how that film is to use, develop and scan. I always got such a kick out of IR film, it'd be nice to shoot some again. I'm looking forward to seeing your photos with it!

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    1970's again. Nikkormat and Tri-X (i think that's the only B & W film that i shot because it was easy to push and develop). Cheers, Matt





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    Tri-X is the greatest! Especially back in the 1970's.

    Great work with it on display here, Matt. Have you thought about rendering your scans into grayscale? I found that I can get better blacks in the photo by doing that; just a suggestion, these look pretty damn good in sepia.

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    Cool shots everyone -- just a quick note on Rollei IR while it is still apropos -- it is not that similar to HIE -- it is more like Ilford SFX. It is only sensitive to around 750nm (HIE went to 900), and does not show much IR effect unless you use a visible light blocking filter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    Cool shots everyone -- just a quick note on Rollei IR while it is still apropos -- it is not that similar to HIE -- it is more like Ilford SFX. It is only sensitive to around 750nm (HIE went to 900), and does not show much IR effect unless you use a visible light blocking filter.
    Thanks for the heads-up, before I waste a roll shooting it with a red 25a filter. I should probably use a #72, yes?

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    very nice set m_driscoll.

    I need to take my FM2 out more so i can contribute some image here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Thanks for the heads-up, before I waste a roll shooting it with a red 25a filter. I should probably use a #72, yes?
    If you want a stronger IR effect, I would say the darker the better. And give it lots and lots of exposure if you use a true IR filter.
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    Finally had a chance to take my new camera, my new film, and my new lens out for a spin. Very pleased with everything.

    Canon F-1 + Canon FD 35/2 S.S.C. + Ilford HP5 Plus ASA400




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    First photo with my new F6 (flawed photo) and a B & W off the second roll. It's a start. Now, i need to get the scanning down. Cheers, Matt.

    1. F6; 50mm f/1.4 G; Fuji Provia 400


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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    very nice set m_driscoll.
    I need to take my FM2 out more so i can contribute some image here.
    Anthony: Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by photoSmart42 View Post
    Finally had a chance to take my new camera, my new film, and my new lens out for a spin. Very pleased with everything.
    Canon F-1 + Canon FD 35/2 S.S.C. + Ilford HP5 Plus ASA400
    Dragos: Nicely done. I esp. like the composition in this last one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by photoSmart42 View Post
    Finally had a chance to take my new camera, my new film, and my new lens out for a spin. Very pleased with everything.

    Canon F-1 + Canon FD 35/2 S.S.C. + Ilford HP5 Plus ASA400


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    Excellent, Dragos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    First photo with my new F6 (flawed photo) and a B & W off the second roll. It's a start. Now, i need to get the scanning down. Cheers, Matt.


    2. F6; 50mm f/1.4 G; Kodak T-Max 100


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Dragos: Nicely done. I esp. like the composition in this last one.

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    Thanks, Matt!

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Excellent, Dragos!
    Thank you, Steve!
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    A few more street shots from my downtown session:

    Canon F-1 + Canon FD 35/2 S.S.C. + Ilford HP5 Plus ASA400




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    One of my favorites from that night:

    Canon F-1 + Canon FD 35/2 S.S.C. + Ilford HP5 Plus ASA400
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    Those are great, Dragos! I especially like the first two.

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    Those are great, Dragos! I especially like the first two.
    Thank you! =)
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    Some more old school Kodak HIE shots from the F3:

    The Uptown, Minneapolis, MN, 1986


    Hennepin and Lake, Minneapolis, MN, 1986


    Uptown Dan, Minneapolis, MN, 1986


    I printed these on 11"x14" Zone VI Brilliant paper for my Photo One final and they, along with jumping Eric, nabbed me an "A+" for the year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Tri-X is the greatest! Especially back in the 1970's.

    Great work with it on display here, Matt. Have you thought about rendering your scans into grayscale? I found that I can get better blacks in the photo by doing that; just a suggestion, these look pretty damn good in sepia.
    Maggie: I need to look at those original files and see what i did. They were scanned in India by ScanCafe last year (I got crazy and sent them 100's of negatives and sldes). I'm thinking that i made them sepia in Lightroom. Cheers, Matt

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    Super Contrast & Cool Image Brotha! Guess What I Want Now Matt....?
    Hint..Starts With A Zero & Then A Decimal Point!
    Steve: Thank you, sir. I'm not happy with the scans I got at the processor; so, i'm rescanning some right now. Probably have to do it yourself if you want a high quality scan.

    I'm going to guess it ends in a 5, and also has a 9 in it. Am i getting warm? You could put off buying the new Hyundai until next year. That'd about cover it. again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by photoSmart42 View Post
    A few more street shots from my downtown session:
    Canon F-1 + Canon FD 35/2 S.S.C. + Ilford HP5 Plus ASA400



    Dragos: +1. Cool. It looks like a lively night in San Diego. I like the PJ character of these two.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Some more old school Kodak HIE shots from the F3:

    The Uptown, Minneapolis, MN, 1986


    Uptown Dan, Minneapolis, MN, 1986


    I printed these on 11"x14" Zone VI Brilliant paper for my Photo One final and they, along with jumping Eric, nabbed me an "A+" for the year!
    Maggie: The A+ was deserved! Very artistic. The sky, clouds and light are very well captured. Are these scans of the photos or the negs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Maggie: The A+ was deserved! Very artistic. The sky, clouds and light are very well captured. Are these scans of the photos or the negs?
    Thank you, Matt!! Those are new scans of the negatives; the prints are in California, at my pal Mikey's house.

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    Super Contrast & Cool Image Brotha! Guess What I Want Now Matt....?
    Hint..Starts With A Zero & Then A Decimal Point!
    +1 from me, Matt. Looking forward to more. You're making me covet yet another camera!

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    Mamiya 7II 43mm with efke 50 shot at 200 iso



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    Mamiya 7II 43mm with efke 50 shot at 200 iso

    That's a beautiful image. Work of art, really.

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    That's a beautiful image. Work of art, really.
    Indeed. Stirring, really.

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    Dragos: +1. Cool. It looks like a lively night in San Diego. I like the PJ character of these two.
    Thanks! I was trying to be as subtle as I could while capturing people being themselves. My first real attempt at street photography. I think I'll get better as I get more comfortable taking the photos. Here's a few more:





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    +1 from me, Matt. Looking forward to more. You're making me covet yet another camera!
    Lloyd: Thank you. I'm scanning this roll on my VP750 to see what my scans look like. I'm not happy with those scans from the lab. It just seems that a photo shot with "the world's finest grained 100-speed black-and-white film" on the "world's best 35mm film DSLR" ought to look better. It's a very seductive camera. Just feel right in your hands.

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    That's a beautiful image. Work of art, really.
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    Indeed. Stirring, really.
    Viablex1: +1, +1. Beautiful detail and light.

    Quote Originally Posted by photoSmart42 View Post
    Thanks! I was trying to be as subtle as I could while capturing people being themselves. My first real attempt at street photography. I think I'll get better as I get more comfortable taking the photos. Here's a few more:

    Dragos: Again, nicely done. It pays to be "subtle" when you're sneaking photos of guys that look like they're wearing biker colors. Although, they're probably bankers with big beamers.

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    Dragos,Maggie,Viablex, Outstanding!

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    Same photo. #1 scanned by Lab and #2 scanned by me. F6 and Kodak T-Max 100. Any thoughts on which one looks better. What should I realistically expect? Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    I think I like yours better!!!

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