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    thanks , I just calibrate it and scale focus and frame it with my panasonic viewfinder

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    Wow, some absolutely amazing photos posted in the last week!

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    This week I got a Hasselblad 500 CM and a Holga. See if you can tell which is which




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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    This week I got a Hasselblad 500 CM and a Holga. See if you can tell which is which
    The first and the second with Hasselblad, the last 2 with holga
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    POW, Vietnam Vet's Memorial, Sacramento, California

    Contax G2, 45mm Lens, Delta 100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
    Matt : amazing 70's serie love them all, and what a treasure you own with this box of old photos !
    Stephane: Thank you! It's fun scanning those and sharing them. I'll keep posting them. I flit about from scanning to shooting, and flit about there between cameras.

    Matt: Those two 612 Fotoman images are incredible! The camera really suits the subject. Makes them Piranesi-like.

    Scott: Cool! Are the last two the Holga? (didn't see Tareq's unit after I posted!)

    Lewis: Nice light, framing, and pp.

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    A couple more very interesting lantern slides. The first slide had the caption: "8/13/1888 Camp of the Clouds". I did some research and came up with some additional history related to these two slides.

    In August of 1888 John Muir made an ascent of Mt. Rainier. Accompanying him, among others, was the photographer, A.C. Warner. In Warner's essay describing the trip, he noted that they were at the Camp of the Clouds on 8/13/1888 ( http://content.lib.washington.edu/warnerweb/essay.html. One of those gentlemen relaxing in the meadow is John Muir. The second photo, below, is displayed with the essay. Camp of the Clouds, which is at 10,000', was renamed Camp Muir. It looks like coloring the slide caused it to degrade.

    8/13/1888; John Muir's climbing party at the Camp of the Clouds, Mt. Rainier, A.C. Warner Photographer


    ca. 8/13/1888, Philemon B. Van Trump, Guide for John Muir's ascent of Mt. Rainier, A.C. Warner Photographer. Warner Photographer


    Some of the earlier lantern slides that I posted were also by A.C. Warner, and, I should have credited him. Here's a link to a website with information about him: http://content.lib.washington.edu/warnerweb/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Scott: i really like the composition, textures, patterns, shadows, and pp in this one. Cheers, Matt.

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    POW, Vietnam Vet's Memorial, Sacramento, California

    Contax G2, 45mm Lens, Delta 100.

    Nice image Randy. The G2 and 45 are a great combo for 35mm B&W film work.
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    I've recently been scanning a bunch of my old negatives for archiving and printing. The more I see of my old Rolleiflex images the more tempted I am to buy another one. I sold my 2.8F back in the early 80's and wish now that I'd kept it. Used the Rollei mostly for shooting pics of my kids when they were young and would like to now relive that experience with my grandson. I think that I shot these two in the 70's using verichrome pan but don't remember how I processed them. Scanned on an Epson 700V.



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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    I've recently been scanning a bunch of my old negatives for archiving and printing. The more I see of my old Rolleiflex images the more tempted I am to buy another one. I sold my 2.8F back in the early 80's and wish now that I'd kept it. Used the Rollei mostly for shooting pics of my kids when they were young and would like to now relive that experience with my grandson. I think that I shot these two in the 70's using verichrome pan but don't remember how I processed them. Scanned on an Epson 700V.
    Carl: Nicely done. Pretty compelling argument for getting another one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Carl: Nicely done. Pretty compelling argument for getting another one.

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    Thank you Matt. I may just give in to that temptation.
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    Matt, what a crazy find! These are awesome, every last one of them!

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    These are precious and beautiful. Hope to see more.

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    We took some friends out fishing this morning, the bite was s l o w . Then the weather started closing in on us, so we headed to a sandbar in Biscayne Bay for a swim. I got brave and took the Horizon Perfekt into the water (it was only 3 feet deep).


    Nixon Beach by MsMambo, on Flickr

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    nice^^ fotoman 617 velvia 50


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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    These are precious and beautiful. Hope to see more.
    Thank you Claire.
    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    We took some friends out fishing this morning, the bite was s l o w . Then the weather started closing in on us, so we headed to a sandbar in Biscayne Bay for a swim. I got brave and took the Horizon Perfekt into the water (it was only 3 feet deep).
    Very impressive work with the Perfekt. Love the perspective and toning in this shot.
    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    nice^^ fotoman 617 velvia 50
    Beautiful shot. Would make a nice tapestry printed on satin cloth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    We took some friends out fishing this morning, the bite was s l o w . Then the weather started closing in on us, so we headed to a sandbar in Biscayne Bay for a swim. I got brave and took the Horizon Perfekt into the water (it was only 3 feet deep).


    Nixon Beach by MsMambo, on Flickr
    Claire: Really nice quality and viewpoint!!

    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    nice^^ fotoman 617 velvia 50

    Matt: Stunning vertical!

    These wide aspect shots that you've both been posting are great. The cameras have unique characteristics that you've been displaying here.

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    No "lighthouse-keeper's daughters" living out here. This could have been the nastiest lighthouse duty in the country!

    Tillamook Rock Lighthouse, Oregon, ca. 1900. Nicknamed "Terrible Tilly" (or Tillie), for its situation on a rock in the stormy Pacific Ocean, the now-decommissioned lighthouse was built in 1881 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The structure has attached keeper's quarters and a 62-foot tower that originally housed a first-order Fresnel lens 133 feet above sea level. The light was visible 18 miles out to sea.Lighthouse keepers were hoisted onto the rock with a derrick and breeches buoy. This photo shows a man in the buoy with a ship just off to the right (probably because it was a good day). Photographer unknown.

    Some interesting history: http://www.lighthousefriends.com/light.asp?ID=135



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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    No "lighthouse-keeper's daughters" living out here. This could have been the nastiest lighthouse duty in the country!

    Tillamook Rock Lighthouse, Oregon, ca. 1900. Nicknamed "Terrible Tilly" (or Tillie), for its situation on a rock in the stormy Pacific Ocean, the now-decommissioned lighthouse was built in 1881 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The structure has attached keeper's quarters and a 62-foot tower that originally housed a first-order Fresnel lens 133 feet above sea level. The light was visible 18 miles out to sea.Lighthouse keepers were hoisted onto the rock with a derrick and breeches buoy. This photo shows a man in the buoy with a ship just off to the right (probably because it was a good day). Photographer unknown.

    Some interesting history: http://www.lighthousefriends.com/light.asp?ID=135



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    Nice image an great story. I don't think I would want to live on a rock out in the Pacific.
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    I've been enjoying this thread for the past few months. Kudos to all the contributors, it's my favorite thread here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    I've recently been scanning a bunch of my old negatives for archiving and printing. The more I see of my old Rolleiflex images the more tempted I am to buy another one. I sold my 2.8F back in the early 80's and wish now that I'd kept it. Used the Rollei mostly for shooting pics of my kids when they were young and would like to now relive that experience with my grandson. I think that I shot these two in the 70's using verichrome pan but don't remember how I processed them. Scanned on an Epson 700V.



    Just wanted to add one last old rollei scan to this series. Nice thing about the TLR was the ease of getting down to the right level to shoot the little folks. Cape Cod bay at low tide, also circa early 70's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    nice^^ fotoman 617 velvia 50

    Nice vertical! Not so easy to do with that format.

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    I am officially addicted.


    Stiltsville-1 by MsMambo, on Flickr

    Horizon Perfekt, Fuji Astia, split toning in Lightroom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    I am officially addicted.


    Me too -- to these images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    I am officially addicted.

    Horizon Perfekt, Fuji Astia, split toning in Lightroom.
    Easy to see why.

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    A few snaps from the local farmers market. Contax G2 + 45mm f/2 Planar on Ilford XP2.





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    Mamiya 7, Velvia 100F, Library in Södermalm, Stockholm/Sweden:

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    I'll add a few new photos to my mix. All with Nikon F6 and Ilford FP4 Plus. Cheers, Matt.







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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Nice image and great story. I don't think I would want to live on a rock out in the Pacific.
    Carl: Thanks! not where I'd like to live either.

    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Just wanted to add one last old rollei scan to this series. Nice thing about the TLR was the ease of getting down to the right level to shoot the little folks. Cape Cod bay at low tide, also circa early 70's.
    Carl: Priceless images.

    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    I am officially addicted.

    Stiltsville-1 by MsMambo, on Flickr
    Horizon Perfekt, Fuji Astia, split toning in Lightroom.
    Claire: No intervention here. These photos are great! Striking pp.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis44 View Post
    Santa Cruz, California
    Lewis: Nice angle and composition! Crisp B&W. Well done.

    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    A few snaps from the local farmers market. Contax G2 + 45mm f/2 Planar on Ilford XP2.
    Carl: Excellent series of photos.

    Quote Originally Posted by msglueck View Post
    Mamiya 7, Velvia 100F, Library in Södermalm, Stockholm/Sweden:

    "
    Library, Stockholm (2010_004_001) by YeTI78 (mgphoto.net), on Flickr
    Msglueck: Great color and composition. Gotta love Velvia!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I'll add a few new photos to my mix. All with Nikon F6 and Ilford FP4 Plus. Cheers, Matt.
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    Beautiful B&W work. Love the look of FP4.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Carl: Thanks! not where I'd like to live either.


    Carl: Priceless images.

    Carl: Excellent series of photos.

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    Thanks Matt. I should have corrected the last series taken with the 35mm Planar and not the 45.
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    One of my all time favorite cars. Just wish it were mine.

    Contax G1, 45mm lens, BW400CN, edited in NIK Silver Efex Pro

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    Nice shot, nice shot, nice... er, hum..

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    A couple from my Fuji GW690III (Texas Leica):

    Downtown Buena Vista, CO from across the AK river. Not the world's greatest landscape photo due to very strong morning light, thus strong contrast. But this image just amazed me with its detail. Fuji did (does?) make some really nice lenses. You could cut yourself on this negative (just check out the details on the mountains in the background). Ilford Delta 100.



    See the full-size scan.



    Took a few shots with the Denver-area APUG crew at the Gates Rubber Factory (defunct). This one on Adox CHS Art 100, with a yellow filter:




    And, one of my usual, weird, dark mystery shots, on Delta 100 with yellow filter (don't ask me why I shoot these -- I guess I just like shapes and tones sometimes):


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    And, one of my usual, weird, dark mystery shots, on Delta 100 with yellow filter (don't ask me why I shoot these -- I guess I just like shapes and tones sometimes):

    I really like that!

    Cool shapes, cool tones, what's not to like?

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    A series from the early 70's. Good friend. Tri-X developed by 'moi' (when i knew how to do it). Cheers, Matt







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    Nikon F6, Ilford FP4 Plus. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt







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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis44 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis44 View Post
    One of my all time favorite cars. Just wish it were mine.
    Contax G1, 45mm lens, BW400CN, edited in NIK Silver Efex Pro
    Lewis: Nicely done. That first is sort of post-apocalyptic. Mad Max! Beautiful car photo. The grain is really nice.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Scott: Nice photos. I esp. like the composition and the character of this one. I don't recall see that advertisement on the bus in Germany. I wonder what it's advertising? Clearly, most Germans would know the english meaning. Although, the english clothing company FUK got away with it.

    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    A couple from my Fuji GW690III (Texas Leica):
    Downtown Buena Vista, CO from across the AK river. Not the world's greatest landscape photo due to very strong morning light, thus strong contrast. But this image just amazed me with its detail. Fuji did (does?) make some really nice lenses. You could cut yourself on this negative (just check out the details on the mountains in the background). Ilford Delta 100.


    See the full-size scan.
    Took a few shots with the Denver-area APUG crew at the Gates Rubber Factory (defunct). This one on Adox CHS Art 100, with a yellow filter:
    And, one of my usual, weird, dark mystery shots, on Delta 100 with yellow filter (don't ask me why I shoot these -- I guess I just like shapes and tones sometimes):

    Mike: Texas Leica! Those photos are great. Interesting camera. The detail is awesome! Mystery shot's cool.

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    A series from the early 70's. Good friend. Tri-X developed by 'moi' (when i knew how to do it). Cheers, Matt







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    I like how she combines her vices . Nice moody photos. Who won the chess game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
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    Mike: Texas Leica! Those photos are great. Interesting camera. The detail is awesome! Mystery shot's cool.

    Cheers, Matt

    ...
    Thanks, Matt. I can highly recommend the Fuji GW/GSW line, after having put a few rolls through mine. The only bummer is you only get 8 shots per 120 roll. The upside is you never have to wait long to put the "right" film in .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    I really like that!

    Cool shapes, cool tones, what's not to like?
    Thanks, Maggie!

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    I like how she combines her vices . Nice moody photos. Who won the chess game?
    Mike: Thanks. We all had to combine our vices in order to get them all in. I don't remember who won. As I scan old photos, I notice that a lot more of my friends smoked. Don't know anybody who smokes now. I also notice that I took a lot of underexposed "moody" photos.

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    Grainy, underexposed, Tri-X from the early 1970's. We'd buy it in bulk and load it into cartridges in the lab at school. An old friend. Cheers, Matt.





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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Grainy, underexposed, Tri-X from the early 1970's. We'd buy it in bulk and load it into cartridges in the lab at school. An old friend. Cheers, Matt.

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    A very attractive "old friend" Matt. And wonderful light on her face in that last one.

    You know, there is a special quality to these grainy image that people, and even photographers today don't see or appreciate. I sort of forget myself, and then see one of these, and the reminder brings a flood of nostalgia... sort of like hearing a song from that era, the hearing of which can transport you immediately to another time and place. Thanks for sharing.

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    A very attractive "old friend" Matt. And wonderful light on her face in that last one.

    You know, there is a special quality to these grainy image that people, and even photographers today don't see or appreciate. I sort of forget myself, and then see one of these, and the reminder brings a flood of nostalgia... sort of like hearing a song from that era, the hearing of which can transport you immediately to another time and place. Thanks for sharing.
    Lloyd: Thank you. She was pretty. No idea where she is now. That's a very apt description. Same way I feel and the same thing happens to me.

    Cheers, Matt.

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    Grainy, underexposed, Tri-X from the early 1970's. We'd buy it in bulk and load it into cartridges in the lab at school. An old friend. Cheers, Matt.


    That's just a gorgeous photo of a very attractive woman, Matt!

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