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    Holga
    Hasselblad
    And Rolleiflex
    Scott: Do you have a polaroid? Brilliant work! I'd be confused. This Rolli shot is great.

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    Pentax Super Program
    SMC M 40mm f/2.8 Pancake
    Ilford Delta 400
    Xtol 1:3
    Peter: Really nice! Great angle and detail on the bridge.

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    A few from my Fuji GW690III and Delta 400. Yellow filter. Lab dev/scan. Adjustments/toning in Nik Silver Efex.
    Mike: Well seen, captured, and pp'd. Suspense/horror movie angle on this one.

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    +1, there is something sinister about that chair photo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by M5-Guy View Post
    Pentax Super Program
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    I love the textures in this one

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    Mike: The tone and grain are really nice in these. Seems to really suit this first one. Fun captures.
    (I, too, am the guy with the camera at Christmas)

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    Thanks, Matt. Half my family photos have eye-rolls in them because I'm the camera geek (well, not really, I wait until the eye-rolling is over with -- the decisive moment, I guess).

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    Mike: Well seen, captured, and pp'd. Suspense/horror movie angle on this one.

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    Thanks, Matt. I was pretty happy with this. It basically came out as I'd envisioned. I had a good day on that day. Shot two rolls of 120 (16 shots), and liked the majority of them.

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    Mike, nice photos, looks like the new camera suits you!
    Thanks, Scott. It was a bit of an adjustment to go back to an SLR, but we got along fine .

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    +1, there is something sinister about that chair photo!
    Yes, it's the "sinis-chair"!

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

    Rolleiflex 2.8 C


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    Season Greetings.

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    Scott,

    great work here and on flickr!

    Came across your images that you developed HC110 stand - could your briefly describe what you do for TriX 120 with HC110 stand?

    Thanks.

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    Scott,

    great work here and on flickr!

    Came across your images that you developed HC110 stand - could your briefly describe what you do for TriX 120 with HC110 stand?

    Thanks.
    It's pretty simple and relatively foolproof. Mix a 1 to 100 solution of HC110 (10 ml in 1000 ml) in room temperature water. This method is pretty independent of temperature, but the water must be exactly room temperature (ie if your room is anywhere from 65 to 80 degrees it is fine, but the water must be exactly that temperature -- I usually have a couple of 1 gallon jugs of water sitting around for just such an occasion).

    Pour into your developing tank, do 5 or 6 gentle inversions for the first 30 seconds, give the tank a good hit or two to dislodge any air bubbles, and then leave alone. Do not touch it, do not let it vibrate or shake, just let it sit for 60 minutes. Then pour out, rinse, fix, etc like you would normally do.

    It is great for not blowing out highlights, so I usually use it for high contrast photos, and for developing several types of film at the same time. It is also great when I am feeling lazy or thirsty -- it gives an hour for a few cocktails or whatever .

    Some people complain about uneven development with 120 film, but I frequently do 3 rolls at a time in a Patterson tank and have never had any problems.

    Depending on the film and exposure, the film will sometimes scan very flat -- this is actually good, just add contrast/curves to taste and you are fine.

    This also works great with Rodinal, but I usually prefer the look of HC110.

    There is a huge thread on this at RFF, here:

    http://rangefinderforum.com/forums/s...+stand+develop

    Hope this helps


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    Pretty red dress you got there!

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    These old photos are fantastic, this one especially!

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    Holga


    This is a riot!

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    Love the highly organized composition of this one.

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    Very creepy feel to this. Well done.

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    Rolleiflex 2.8 C

    Perfect tonality!

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    Fuji Klasse W, which I now take absolutely everywhere with me, and Portra VC:

    A dog walking his human:


    Tenders at the yacht club:


    Freeloaders at the fish cleaning station:

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    Scott: Simply, and elegantly, composed faucet photo.
    Zeiss: Nicely crafted Star of David and photo of it! Seasons Greetings to you.
    Scott: Thanks for the recipe. It reminds me that i'm a lazy film shooter.
    Claire: Thanks! Coincidentally, I got some Buckyballs for Christmas. Hard to put down. http://bfi.easystorecreator.com/item...430-detail.htm

    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Fuji Klasse W, which I now take absolutely everywhere with me, and Portra VC:
    A dog walking his human:

    Tenders at the yacht club:
    Freeloaders at the fish cleaning station:
    Claire: Nice series! There's a really understated quality to the color in these photos that's very attractive. I like this one. I threatened to get a Welsh Terrier for christmas; but, i didn't. So, i'm still married.

    Happy New year, all!

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    Early 1970's at the Pike Place Market in Seattle. That first one's a "work-in-progress". I'm going to try rescanning it a doing some other stuff.

    Nikkormat; Tri-X Pan


    Nikkormat; Tri-X Pan

    Nikkormat; Tri-X Pan


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    [QUOTE=m_driscoll;276497]Early 1970's at the Pike Place Market in Seattle. That first one's a "work-in-progress". I'm going to try rescanning it a doing some other stuff.

    Nikkormat; Tri-X Pan


    Matt, that is some photo! So many things to get involved in, from the $1.50 haircut and shave, to the kid with a revolver -- toy of course?? Really great.

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    Claire, those Klasse photos are amazing, I can see why it goes with you everywhere!

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    Holga


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    Hehe, this is great!

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    Early 1970's at the Pike Place Market in Seattle. That first one's a "work-in-progress". I'm going to try rescanning it a doing some other stuff.

    Nikkormat; Tri-X Pan


    ...

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    It's definitely worth it to bring this one a little more up-to-snuff. I already like the glint of the revolver in the overall dark field.

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    A couple more from the Fuji GW690III:

    Ektar 100, conversion in Nik Silver Efex:


    Delta 400

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    Mike, very nice, I especially like the goose procession. How do you like the Ektar 100?

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    Mike, I like the Holga snowman. The geese crossing is fantastic. It has so much depth.
    Matt, The boy on the steps from your archives is sublime. You must really have a stash from the past.

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    Mike, I like the Holga snowman. The geese crossing is fantastic. It has so much depth.
    Matt, The boy on the steps from your archives is sublime. You must really have a stash from the past.
    Thanks, Cindy. BTW, the snowman is Scott's (I liked it too).

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

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    Early 1970's at the Pike Place Market in Seattle. That first one's a "work-in-progress". I'm going to try rescanning it a doing some other stuff.

    Nikkormat; Tri-X Pan


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    This shot brings back memories of classic American street photography. Nice one Matt!

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    Mike, very nice, I especially like the goose procession. How do you like the Ektar 100?
    Thanks, Scott. I think Ektar 100 is phenomenal. I don't usually convert it to B&W, but it seems to convert nicely. Here is another example from the same day's shooting:


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    Thanks, Cindy. BTW, the snowman is Scott's (I liked it too).
    I'm sorry Scott. I like the snowman. It is so cool that he is no longer standing in the snow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Early 1970's at the Pike Place Market in Seattle. That first one's a "work-in-progress". I'm going to try rescanning it a doing some other stuff.

    Nikkormat; Tri-X Pan
    Matt, that is some photo! So many things to get involved in, from the $1.50 haircut and shave, to the kid with a revolver -- toy of course?? Really great.
    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    It's definitely worth it to bring this one a little more up-to-snuff. I already like the glint of the revolver in the overall dark field.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    ...
    Matt, The boy on the steps from your archives is sublime. You must really have a stash from the past.
    Quote Originally Posted by RF_Licks View Post
    This shot brings back memories of classic American street photography. Nice one Matt!
    Joe
    Scott/Mike/Cindy/Joe: Thanks! I'll keep working at it.
    Scott: Yes, toy. But, it does evoke some strong imagery and emotion from that time.

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    Holga
    Scott: Cool image! The snowman looks pathetically lonely on that beach.

    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    A couple more from the Fuji GW690III:
    Ektar 100, conversion in Nik Silver Efex:
    Delta 400
    Mike: Sensational geese crossing! Terrific tonality.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Rolleiflex C
    Scott: Nicely captured!

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    Thanks, Scott. I think Ektar 100 is phenomenal. I don't usually convert it to B&W, but it seems to convert nicely. Here is another example from the same day's shooting:

    Mike: Great bit of Americana. Beautiful color.

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    Early 1970's at the Pike Place Market in Seattle.
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    I didn't rescan, but, I reprocessed it:



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    Great bit of Americana. Beautiful color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Mike: Sensational geese crossing! Terrific tonality.

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    Thanks, Matt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Fuji Klasse W, which I now take absolutely everywhere with me, and Portra VC:

    A dog walking his human:

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Early 1970's at the Pike Place Market in Seattle. That first one's a "work-in-progress". I'm going to try rescanning it a doing some other stuff.

    Nikkormat; Tri-X Pan


    Nikkormat; Tri-X Pan

    Nikkormat; Tri-X Pan


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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    A couple more from the Fuji GW690III:

    Ektar 100, conversion in Nik Silver Efex:


    Delta 400
    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Rolleiflex C


    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Thanks, Scott. I think Ektar 100 is phenomenal. I don't usually convert it to B&W, but it seems to convert nicely. Here is another example from the same day's shooting:

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Magnificent!!!

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    Scott: The lighting really brings out the texture. Interesting forms.

    Steve: Thanks!

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    Scott: Nicely obscure and Holgaesque!

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    I'm really enjoying this thread, the contributions here are really great. There is something about film.

    Here is a picture of my youngest daughter taken around 1976 or so. I think the camera was a C330 with the 80 mm lens. The film was probably Tri-x and developer D-76.

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    Beautiful photo of your daughter Shelby. There is something about film indeed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelby Frisch View Post
    I'm really enjoying this thread, the contributions here are really great. There is something about film.

    Here is a picture of my youngest daughter taken around 1976 or so. I think the camera was a C330 with the 80 mm lens. The film was probably Tri-x and developer D-76.
    Fabulous!!!

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    Great Work with the Rollie Scott! I want One!

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    A few from the Contax RX, on Ilford FP4+ @ 250, dev'd in Diafine.









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