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    Halloween is apparently starting a day early here.



    Fuji Klasse W & HP5+.

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    Leica IIIf and 50 f/2 summitar
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    Stunning shot! This is another camera that I will have to read up on. You are keeping me busy, Claire.
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    Halloween is apparently starting a day early here.



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    Leica IIIf and 50 f/2 summitar
    Kodak gold 200 (desaturated), drugstore scan
    The desaturation works really well here, good decision.

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    Stunning shot! This is another camera that I will have to read up on. You are keeping me busy, Claire.
    Thanks Cindy. It's basically a very nice point & shoot. Aperture Priority mode only. It's a very nice walk-around camera, with the 28mm lens. I like it a lot. I like it so much I may have to also get a Klasse S, which is the same camera but with a 38mm lens.

    More from walking around yesterday (Ilford HP5+ developed in Ilfosol 3):






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    Leica IIIf and 50 f/2 summitar
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    Cindy,

    Very nice composition and soft colors. The pergola and lake in the background remind me of a little village here in central NY on Keuka Lake.
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    Thanks Cindy. It's basically a very nice point & shoot. Aperture Priority mode only. It's a very nice walk-around camera, with the 28mm lens. I like it a lot. I like it so much I may have to also get a Klasse S, which is the same camera but with a 38mm lens.

    More from walking around yesterday (Ilford HP5+ developed in Ilfosol 3):
    Claire,

    Very nice B&W work with the little Klasse. Love the shot with the Robert Frank quote.
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    No new film, but, here's some recent, ancient, film scanned. Early 1970's; Nikkormat FTn; Kodak Pan-X. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.











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    Matt, Black and white is certainly the right choice for this subject. I imagine that they look spectacular printed. The tones are wonderful.



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    No new film, but, here's some recent, ancient, film scanned. Early 1970's; Nikkormat FTn; Kodak Pan-X. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.











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    ScottG, You are really going to town. I would be hard-pressed to pick a favorite from this set. They are all wonderful.

    Would you comment on the aspects of Hassy vs the Mamiya 7?
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    A big PLUS ONE from this corner. What a stunning run of top-quality photographs!
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    +2 Beautiful work Scott and another vote for
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    Scott: +3. Really nice!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Halloween is apparently starting a day early here.

    Fuji Klasse W & HP5+.
    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Thanks Cindy. It's basically a very nice point & shoot. Aperture Priority mode only. It's a very nice walk-around camera, with the 28mm lens. I like it a lot. I like it so much I may have to also get a Klasse S, which is the same camera but with a 38mm lens.

    More from walking around yesterday (Ilford HP5+ developed in Ilfosol 3):

    Claire: Very nicely done! You could have a Klasse in each pocket.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Leica IIIf and 50 f/2 summitar
    Kodak gold 200 (desaturated), drugstore scan
    Cindy: Excellent image with that camera. I looked at one yesterday at the camera store. Very tempting.

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    Matt, Black and white is certainly the right choice for this subject. I imagine that they look spectacular printed. The tones are wonderful.
    Cindy: Thanks. I haven't seen these for years. I think that I'm going to try printing them. (first trick or treater just showed up!)

    Happy Halloween. Cheers, Matt

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    No new film, but, here's some recent, ancient, film scanned. Early 1970's; Nikkormat FTn; Kodak Pan-X. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.
    Beautiful images Matt. Love the B&W tones in those big props.
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    Claire, Cindy, Matt -- fantastic photos!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Claire: Very nicely done! You could have a Klasse in each pocket.


    Cindy: Excellent image with that camera. I looked at one yesterday at the camera store. Very tempting.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt, Isn't it small? I couldn't believe how much smaller and lighter than an M it was when I first held one. I didn't have a meter with me yesterday, so I used sunny 16. It is very relaxing shooting this camera.

    Thanks Matt, Carl, Claire and Scott.

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    Hi Oliver,
    You were very successful with this shot. The conditions were not easy with the darkness and action. I really like the steam coming up from the bottom and the position of the light pole.

    The Canonet was my first rangefinder and the camera that started my love-affair with rangefinders.

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    Thank-you Cindy.
    The Canonet replaced my Bessa R, because of its size and automatic.

    Here is another shot from that film.



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

    Boy, the MF stuff in this thread just keeps blowing my mind! WOW!

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    Maggie,

    Jump in, the water is fine!

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    Maggie,

    Jump in, the water is fine!
    I'm posting new stuff over in the film Leica M thread.

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    Maggie, I know, good stuff as always -- I meant the MF pool!

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    Lost the link to this one above





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

    Shot my first film in ages, with the new-to-me Contax RX and Neopan 400. Scanned on my very old Epson 3200 flatbed scanner (Coolscan 5000 coming as soon as I find a bank to rob ). This is even more fun than I remembered

    Contax RX with Zeiss 85mm f/1.4



    Contax RX with Zeiss 50mm f/1.4



    Contax RX with Zeiss 85mm f/1.4

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    Contax RX with Zeiss 50mm f/1.4



    Contax RX with Zeiss 50mm f/1.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Shot my first film in ages, with the new-to-me Contax RX and Neopan 400. Scanned on my very old Epson 3200 flatbed scanner (Coolscan 5000 coming as soon as I find a bank to rob ). This is even more fun than I remembered

    Wow! These are terrific! Welcome back to the Dark Side, I hope we'll see lots more from you.

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    ScottG, I like this series from the derelict house, but the last one of the red foliage on the concrete is my favorite.

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    Jorgen, Everyone of these is outstanding. I really like the colonnade scene and the detail in the temple door shot is amazing. The old scanner did a good job (at least for the web.) You will love the Nikon when you get it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Contax RX with Zeiss 50mm f/1.4



    Contax RX with Zeiss 50mm f/1.4

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Shot my first film in ages, with the new-to-me Contax RX and Neopan 400. Scanned on my very old Epson 3200 flatbed scanner (Coolscan 5000 coming as soon as I find a bank to rob ). This is even more fun than I remembered

    Contax RX with Zeiss 85mm f/1.4



    Contax RX with Zeiss 50mm f/1.4



    Contax RX with Zeiss 85mm f/1.4


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Maggie, I know, good stuff as always -- I meant the MF pool!
    Sadly, I'm having to sell guitars and lenses here soon, just to be able to afford 35mm film.

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    Beautiful images Matt. Love the B&W tones in those big props.
    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Claire, Cindy, Matt -- fantastic photos!
    Scho/Scott: Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Matt, Isn't it small? I couldn't believe how much smaller and lighter than an M it was when I first held one. I didn't have a meter with me yesterday, so I used sunny 16. It is very relaxing shooting this camera.
    Thanks Matt, Carl, Claire and Scott.
    Cindy: It's quite small and light compared to an M. 60 yr. old tech!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Hi Oliver,
    You were very successful with this shot. The conditions were not easy with the darkness and action. I really like the steam coming up from the bottom and the position of the light pole.
    The Canonet was my first rangefinder and the camera that started my love-affair with rangefinders.
    Oliver: +1. Nice photo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Lost the link to this one above
    Scott: Beautiful!

    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Wow! These are terrific! Welcome back to the Dark Side, I hope we'll see lots more from you.
    Jorgen: Excellent series! Very attractive, consistent, tonality. It is a fun respite from digital, isn't it?

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    Hasselblad - had to get muddy for these







    Holga - nice and clean


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    Scott, I really like what you are getting from the Hasselblad. I imagine that you did get muddy, but it was worth it.
    I like the Holga photo, too, but I notice that there is some degradation of sharpness in the corners with the Holga glass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Scott, I really like what you are getting from the Hasselblad. I imagine that you did get muddy, but it was worth it.
    I like the Holga photo, too, but I notice that there is some degradation of sharpness in the corners with the Holga glass.

    I think I got an extra special soft plastic lens in that Holga...I was hoping LR3 would correct it but it doesn't recognize the exif data

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    Oh, man. These three are really nice. I love the bleach bypass. You are really going to town. The shot with the grocery cart is amazing!

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    Thanks Cindy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Canon Elan II, Portra 160 NC, Self Developed with Bleach Bypass

    The bleach bypass is interesting, I really like this one.

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    I was at Target doing some shopping when I cut through the toy aisle and noticed this guy staring at me. It's nice to always have a camera with you, even if it's for silly photos.



    And then I noticed Raggedy Ann hiding behind her army of Sock Monkeys...



    Fuji Klasse W, TMax P3200. I'm glad I only bought one roll of it, I don't care for it - it's just too grainy. While I like the TMax films in 120, the 35mm versions have a ridiculous barrel curve that makes scanning a total pain in the butt.

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    I bought a Leica IIIf yesterday. Now, i'm looking for a good collapsable Leica 50mm f/2. I got a collapsable Canon 50mm f/1.9 with it.

    Meanwhile, here's a few old ones from the 70's. Houseboats on Lake Union and the Gasworks Park when it was still a Gasworks. Nikkormat and Kodak Tri-X Pan.









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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Hasselblad - had to get muddy for these

    Holga - nice and clean
    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Canon Elan II, Portra 160 NC, Self Developed with Bleach Bypass
    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    More Holga, Portra 400 NC, bleach bypass
    Scott: Outstanding set of photos! You have an interesting collection of cameras. Cheers, Matt

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    Tokengirl, I really like the Annie and her sock monkey photo.

    Matt, Congrats on the IIIf. Isn't it a fantastic size?? I love using it, too. Unfortunately, my IIIf and Summitar collapsible had to go back (shutter speeds off). I bought a IIIg here in the b/s this week and can't wait for it to get here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    I was at Target doing some shopping when I cut through the toy aisle and noticed this guy staring at me. It's nice to always have a camera with you, even if it's for silly photos.



    And then I noticed Raggedy Ann hiding behind her army of Sock Monkeys...



    Fuji Klasse W, TMax P3200. I'm glad I only bought one roll of it, I don't care for it - it's just too grainy. While I like the TMax films in 120, the 35mm versions have a ridiculous barrel curve that makes scanning a total pain in the butt.
    Claire: Nicely seen! I like the grain in these, but, I hear you on the "curve". Did you ask why he was staring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I bought a Leica IIIf yesterday. Now, i'm looking for a good collapsable Leica 50mm f/2. I got a collapsable Canon 50mm f/1.9 with it.

    Meanwhile, here's a few old ones from the 70's. Houseboats on Lake Union and the Gasworks Park when it was still a Gasworks. Nikkormat and Kodak Tri-X Pan.





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    These are all really nice Matt. These two are very nostalgic for me... I was working in the Lake Stevens area (which was very rural back then), building houses in the mid-70s. Followed a girl from college... didn't work out, but I had a great summer anyway. Started dating a woman who lived near Lake Union. These are very reminiscent.

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    From today

    Hasselblad w/Ilford Pan F Plus










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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    These are all really nice Matt. These two are very nostalgic for me... I was working in the Lake Stevens area (which was very rural back then), building houses in the mid-70s. Followed a girl from college... didn't work out, but I had a great summer anyway. Started dating a woman who lived near Lake Union. These are very reminiscent.
    Lloyd: Thanks! The houseboats are a lot more upscale these days. My father actually lived in one for a while, just before WWII, when he was in college.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    From today
    Hasselblad w/Ilford Pan F Plus

    Holga Double Exposure w/Tri X
    Scott: Great photos! I love this one.

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    Thanks Matt. I neglected to mention, your Lake photos are fantastic! Also congrats on the the IIIf, post a pic if you can, I have never seen one.

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    Holga


    Looks like something out of The Blair Witch Project.




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