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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Hard to keep up, as usual.

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    2. Very good watercolor studies! Admirable talent. Good analysis of the people. Your study shows that it's a function of perspective distance, scale, and detail. The sketches with both types of legs have more perceived depth. The triangular legs look naturally farther away I, however, draw the triangular legs because they're easier!

    (1) Steve, 2 days ago, The GetDPI Photography Forums > Analog Camera Forum > Analog Cameras > More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

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    Thanks, Matt. I tend to only do watercolor or photography at any given time. Right now I'm in photography mode. I was just happy that I made this connection between bokeh-abstracted figures and painting.

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    A few from an old Minolta SRT-101 I bought from a colleague. I bought it sight unseen via the mail. When I got it it was super-grungy (and even after a lot of cleaning, it still is). It was interesting to shoot this old SLR, because it told me I definitely prefer (or have gotten used to) the handling/focusing of a rangefinder. Still, this camera was fun to shoot and had the cool Rokkor 58mm f/1.4 mounted.

    Film is Efke 25 (my first time with the really slow stuff).
    Developed in Adonal (like Rodinal), 1:100, 1hr stand.

    I seem to have overexposed a lot of the shots. Half of the negs were as dense as a neutron star. I usually do much better at exposure than that, so I'm going to blame the camera and claim slow shutter speeds . Anyway, I've read around that Efke 25 is not tolerant of overexposure, so it was a perfect storm. These were some of the few I could save.











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    Scott, this series is terrific, love the stark b&w. This last one is my favorite - it almost looks like the moon.

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

    Thanks! Here is one more from the series, this one is actually my favorite



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    And a few more in color from the same night










    and a Holga from the following morning



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    Scott/Ollil/Carl: Excellent images! Thanks for posting. Cheers, Matt

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    Overexposed or not, this one looks just right to me. Love the toning.

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    Mommy... you got ANOTHER new camera??? I want a cookie or I'm telling.



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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Overexposed or not, this one looks just right to me. Love the toning.
    Thanks .

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    Mommy... you got ANOTHER new camera??? I want a cookie or I'm telling.



    Xpan w/45mm lens, Neopan 1600 in Rodinal 1:25
    Wow. You're going to give me G.A.S., or W.A.S (Weimey acquisition syndrome). She's so beautiful.

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

    [quote=mathomas;265184]Wow. You're going to give me G.A.S., or W.A.S (Weimey acquisition syndrome). She's so beautiful.[/quot
    +1

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    Hope you will forgive this side-track, but here's our "beautiful boy", in his waning years.



    His obituary on my web site

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    Thanks! Here is one more from the series, this one is actually my favorite


    Interesting collection of shapes here. I like this sort of photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Testing a new 6x9 (Shen Hao TFC69-A) with some 120 Rollei ATP 1.1. Just a still life of some onions. I love the camera, but this film is a nightmare to handle and flatten after processing and drying. I tried reverse rolling on a plastic reel, but even after two days it still coils up like a snake. Any tips for dealing with unruly film like this? No problems with TMAX, but I like the grainless high accutance ATP negs.

    This has really beautiful tones. The lighting is great (what can you tell us about it?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Mommy... you got ANOTHER new camera??? I want a cookie or I'm telling.



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    Claire: Great capture and look! That's worth two cookies.

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    Hope you will forgive this side-track, but here's our "beautiful boy", in his waning years.



    His obituary on my web site
    Handsome fella, that Jake! My favorite line from his obit: "In his old age, he could suddenly look ten years younger when there was pizza in the room."

    I can relate to this - Jasmine's absolute favorite treat is the crust, a/k/a pizza bones. She turns into a complete whining slobbering idiot.

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    This has really beautiful tones. The lighting is great (what can you tell us about it?).
    Thanks Mike. Nothing special, just placed the basket on top of an electric range with black ceramic and lit from above by the small range halogen lamps. I was trying out a new little 6x9 field camera and shooting with 120 Rollie ATP in a Horseman 6x9 back. Rollei ATP gives very high acutance, grain free images but is also very difficult to handle after it is dry. Here is the camera:

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    Mike, I read your lovely tribute to your buddy, Jake. He was a handsome boy.

    Carl, The new camera is beautiful ...and scary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Handsome fella, that Jake! My favorite line from his obit: "In his old age, he could suddenly look ten years younger when there was pizza in the room."

    I can relate to this - Jasmine's absolute favorite treat is the crust, a/k/a pizza bones. She turns into a complete whining slobbering idiot.
    Crusts, yep!

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    Thanks Mike. Nothing special, just placed the basket on top of an electric range with black ceramic and lit from above by the small range halogen lamps. I was trying out a new little 6x9 field camera and shooting with 120 Rollie ATP in a Horseman 6x9 back. Rollei ATP gives very high acutance, grain free images but is also very difficult to handle after it is dry. Here is the camera:

    Carl, that's a beautiful camera setup you have there. Even before you posted the photo of the camera I went to the Shen Hao site to check out their wares. The site doesn't really work for me, so I appreciate seeing your camera. I didn't realize anyone made 6x9cm view cameras. I enjoy shooting my Fuji GW690.

    I love the fact that your props were simply put on a black surface and lit by kitchen lights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Mike, I read your lovely tribute to your buddy, Jake. He was a handsome boy.

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    Thanks, Cindy.

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    Mike, I read your lovely tribute to your buddy, Jake. He was a handsome boy.

    Carl, The new camera is beautiful ...and scary.
    Thanks Cindy. Really not scary at all. Very simple to use and no batteries

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    Carl, that's a beautiful camera setup you have there. Even before you posted the photo of the camera I went to the Shen Hao site to check out their wares. The site doesn't really work for me, so I appreciate seeing your camera. I didn't realize anyone made 6x9cm view cameras. I enjoy shooting my Fuji GW690.

    I love the fact that your props were simply put on a black surface and lit by kitchen lights.
    Thanks Mike. Badger Graphic has more info on the Shen Hao cameras.
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    Mommy... you got ANOTHER new camera??? I want a cookie or I'm telling.



    Xpan w/45mm lens, Neopan 1600 in Rodinal 1:25
    OMG...Awesome Claire!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Mommy... you got ANOTHER new camera??? I want a cookie or I'm telling.



    Xpan w/45mm lens, Neopan 1600 in Rodinal 1:25
    Very interesting to see people exploring the Xpan format. It can really turn your head around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lars Vinberg View Post
    Very interesting to see people exploring the Xpan format. It can really turn your head around.
    Yeah, it makes the most mundane stuff look interesting all of a sudden. Wanna see the inside of my car?


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    More home cooked B&W...rescanning some negs with 9000ED and Silverfast...I'm still at the "monkey and typewriter" stage.

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    Wow, a Storm Chug Bug! Awesome topwater lure, I use those to catch snook early in the morning. I would imagine they're great for stripers up your way?

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    To be honest, no clue! I found it while walking around a reservoir I frequent, so I figured I would take it's portrait at sunset.

    This thing is big enough to catch a whale, I can't imagine what someone would use it for in a freshwater reservoir??

    Afterwards I released it back into the water so that it could play with all of the other artificial things floating around!
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    This thing is big enough to catch a whale, I can't imagine what someone would use it for in a freshwater reservoir??
    You can catch largemouth and smallmouth bass with it, as well as hybrids and stripers. They are great in the salt too, I've caught snook redfish, sea trout and small tarpon with them.

    Those things are about $6 a piece, so when I find them snagged on a tree or something I take them home with me and just replace the hooks.

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    More Xpan/45mm - HP5+ in Rodinal 1:25



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    Claire, the Xpan photos are amazing!

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    Thanks Scott. I am really digging this camera. One from yesterday's walk in the Everglades - Portra 160NC converted to B&W with Silver Efex Pro.


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    I went to the Broward County Fair this afternoon and took the Fuji Klasse W loaded with a roll of Ektar. After scanning the negatives, I went crazy in Lightroom to get ore of a cartoonish effect.













    I don't usually crop, but this one just worked better square:


    And after eating all that Fried-Crap-On-A-Stick, you'll be needing these:

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

    Claire I'm enjoying the Xpan photos. These Broward County fair Classe W photos blow me away. The first one is my favorite, but they are all so nice.

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    Beautiful Xpan photos, Claire, and really cool photos from the country fair!

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    Thanks Scott. I am really digging this camera. One from yesterday's walk in the Everglades - Portra 160NC converted to B&W with Silver Efex Pro.

    I really like this one Claire. Perfect composition for the xpan.
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    Claire,
    Your body of work is in the top 3 of my all time favorite's.
    I just wish I could remember who the other two were.
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    I really like this one Claire. Perfect composition for the xpan.
    Perfect composition, perfect exposure and treatment. Perfect.

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    Claire I'm enjoying the Xpan photos. These Broward County fair Classe W photos blow me away. The first one is my favorite, but they are all so nice.
    Big +1 from here.

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    Thanks all of you for the kind words. I'm looking forward to the Miami-Dade County Fair, which is much bigger and better attended. 109 days and counting.

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    Wow! Great shots Scott. Especially like those first two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    I went to the Broward County Fair this afternoon and took the Fuji Klasse W loaded with a roll of Ektar. After scanning the negatives, I went crazy in Lightroom to get ore of a cartoonish effect.













    I don't usually crop, but this one just worked better square:


    And after eating all that Fried-Crap-On-A-Stick, you'll be needing these:

    Awesome! Every darn one of them. Gotta love that Ektar (plus extra processing).

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    Love it!

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    Love it!
    +1. They are all terrific. Your photos are getting better and better each time you post, keep up the good work!

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    Thanks all, here are a few more





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    Scott, that last one if my favourite so far.
    Looks great!
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    These are both beautiful...very graphic.

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    Thanks all, here are a few more






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    Since, I was last here, Scott and Claire have posted some amazing images! It's a constant joy to see the diversity that's created with a camera and film. Thank you!

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