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    I was touring around in my country not far from my house, and found few cool places here and there, i posted some under blue sky threads and the beach, so i continue to post more from my day trip that time, and this time it is few shots from a small village called "Al Ramla", it is belong to Umm-Al-Quwain emirate in UAE.

    Lovely small colorful houses here and there, so definitely color films must be used here over B&W.

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    Beautiful set Tareq!

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    Scott, Your Amazing!!!

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    Thanks Steve!

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

    Fantastic photos, Scott.

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    Some from my new-to-me Fuji GA645Zi. I realize these are fairly harsh (lab dev/scan). I finally broke down and ordered a flatbed scanner, so after this roll no more crispy images (hopefully).

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    I can't even remember the last time I shot some images with this camera. A friend of mine is looking to buy a wide angle lens for his Hasselblad. He was leaning towards the 40mm. I suggested we go out for a "test run" so he could try my 50mm and 40mm lenses before putting down some serious cash. I pulled the 501CM out and it had an unfinshed roll of Velvia 100 in the magazine. Here's one of the images, scanned at fairly low res by the lab which developed the film. I shot the same sculpture with my Canon 1D2 and 17-40L lens.

    I really hate to admit it....but the film looks much better (probably not obvious in this image). I'm looking forward to scanning these transparencies myself now.

    I just wish film wasn't such a PIA. Good things are worth waiting for, right? Instant gratification...it's a double edged sword.

    501CM and 60 CFi lens (finally got around to using this really sweet lens....thanks Fotografz! )

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    I can't even remember the last time I shot some images with this camera. A friend of mine is looking to buy a wide angle lens for his Hasselblad. He was leaning towards the 40mm. I suggested we go out for a "test run" so he could try my 50mm and 40mm lenses before putting down some serious cash. I pulled the 501CM out and it had an unfinshed roll of Velvia 100 in the magazine. Here's one of the images, scanned at fairly low res by the lab which developed the film. I shot the same sculpture with my Canon 1D2 and 17-40L lens.

    I really hate to admit it....but the film looks much better (probably not obvious in this image). I'm looking forward to scanning these transparencies myself now.

    I just wish film wasn't such a PIA. Good things are worth waiting for, right? Instant gratification...it's a double edged sword.

    501CM and 60 CFi lens (finally got around to using this really sweet lens....thanks Fotografz! )

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    Wow, cha-ching! Awesome color!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
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    As usual, all are good, but this one is particularly well-seen, I think.

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    One more from my weekend outing with the Hasselblad. This was the last frame on the roll. It had been so long since I used the 'Blad, I apparently forgot how to properly wind the last bit of film off the spool before opening the film back. There was still a bit of film left sticking out.....and so about 30% of the last frame was lost. Oh well, I like this horizontal crop just fine. 501CM and the 60CFi lens (which I really like). Velvia 100. Low res scan from the lab. One of the midtown Anchorage office buildings....this is Chevron's Alaska headquarters.

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


    I just found myself a used Nikon F3HP. Here's a couple of frames from my first roll, a Tri-X 400. From a recent rural demonstration in Copenhagen.


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    Nikon F3HP • Carl Zeiss Planar 1.4/50mm ZF • TRI-X 400 • Plustek OpticFilm 7600i SE film scanner

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    A quick snap at the Salton Sea back in December. Mamiya 7, 80mm lens. T-Max 100, 25A Red, drum scanned on a Howtek 8000.

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    Messing around with new (to me) 500C/M. Hand held, so DoF limited to the distance. Lots of detail back there. I scanned this at 3200 dpi, and it was still sharp.


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    Pentax 645NII. That 45-85 FA is nice, but heavy. A lot of barrel distortion at the wide end, but easily corrected in software. Anyway, I like the ambiguous orientation here.


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    From the Wayback Machine. My parents at Niagara Falls, Ontario Canadia in 1964, on Kodachrome 25. I took this with my mother's Bolsey B2 rangefinder. I was 10 years old at the time



    And here I am with my Dad on the U.S. side of the river, photo by my Mom.


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    I wish I had shots like that PK.

    bad scan of ilford delta?


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    And a few more from Whitstable, Kent. These are shot with a Canon F-2 50mm f:1.4 lens. Tri-X @ iso250 in Rodinal (my favorite combination of film + dev so far). I know the scans are no good, my epson 4990 is unfortunately not really good enough for 35mm film.












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    I love this thread, awesome photos everyone!

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    Scott -

    I live south of you in Severna Park. I lurk here mainly but always follow your stuff with interest. I have recognized OC and some other places you have shot in the past. This looks to be a deserted textile factory, can you tell me where it is? Thanks.

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    Craig,

    These were taken at a mill in Western Maryland. They made silk thread there, though it hasn't been in operation for decades. The owner is a cool guy who lets people shoot in there for a nominal fee to help with the upkeep of the place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post

    These were taken at a mill in Western Maryland. They made silk thread there, though it hasn't been in operation for decades.
    Thank you. You always seem to come up with such interesting subject matter.

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    More from the Alaska Railroad......

    Locomotive 4325, ready to pull a load of tourists in dome cars from Anchorage to Fairbanks.

    Pentax 645NII, 120mm A macro lens, Fuji Provia 100, lab scan. The AK RR colors are actually yellow and a very dark blue....which appears almost black in this photo.


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    this was shot with a:
    Leica R6.2
    Leica 50mm Summicron-R Type 1 with modified 2cam to 3cam.
    Kodak Gold 200
    near Pike Place Market in Seattle

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    Here's another in my emerging "series" on turn signal indicators and other details of trucks, cars and other machinery ().....this time on film.

    Pentax 645NII, Pentax 120mm "A" macro lens, Fuji Provia 100, lab scan.....shot at f5.6. I've really been impressed with the 120mm macro.

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    If i use a film medium format, should i post here or on MF forum?
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    I hope you post them here, because I too lazy to look in other forums! All of my photos are MF film, and it looks like the majority of the others are as well...

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    If i use a film medium format, should i post here or on MF forum?
    Definitely here Tareq. I think the GetDPI MF Forum is really focused on MF Digital.....so this is the best place for any film images that didn't come from a Leica rangefinder.

    I loved the images you posted above. We don't get alot of days with clear blue skies like that where I live....and most of the houses here in Anchorage are not very colorful....actually, they are quite ugly.

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    It's a vacant factory that used to manufacture silk thread decades ago. Very cool place, largely unchanged since it went out of operation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    I hope you post them here, because I too lazy to look in other forums! All of my photos are MF film, and it looks like the majority of the others are as well...
    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    Definitely here Tareq. I think the GetDPI MF Forum is really focused on MF Digital.....so this is the best place for any film images that didn't come from a Leica rangefinder.

    I loved the images you posted above. We don't get alot of days with clear blue skies like that where I live....and most of the houses here in Anchorage are not very colorful....actually, they are quite ugly.

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    If you are posting square images there's also the square thread, which is looking good http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=22697
    Thanks!

    I also prefer to post my MF film here than there, as you said, there are mostly focusing on the digital, and they don't care much to discuss about film MF there, i have digital MF but i really enjoy with film more even i love digital Mf more, and i was posting some film shots on another website but honestly i don't see my photos any interesting as you people posting here, all my shots mostly about my house indoor boring or some around in my area which we don't have things interesting as in Europe and USA, even the blue sky we don't have most of the time, maybe 1-2 months only, lucky if we have blue sky longer than 3 months, but we have the sun the strongest in the world in our region.
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    Scott, your shots are truly amazing and impressive, no wonder why i love to shoot with Acros 100, but i really don't know why my Hasselblad shots are not so impressive for me as my RZ67II.
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    Under Blue Sky 1

    Really Velvia 50 is my favorite color film, and with the blue and green the Velvy punching/popping those 2 colors more than other films, i like Ektar with red color more, it seems that slides are better with cool colors and negatives with warm colors, but i can be wrong as all can be great when exposed and processed very well.

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    so so result






    Good result


    again, so so result




    I deleted the rest of the frames [3] on the roll as they are not much good and they are almost same subjects as above but little different composed, so decided to ignore them.
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    Under Blue Sky 2

    It is rarely to see so nice blue sky in my country, and this day was nice even not very blue but i used a CPL to make it darker, i was just driving around and stopped here and there to shoot something, and here what i've got.













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    This beach was quiet, i like it, long time ago when i was a kid my mom was bringing us here, it is changed now after almost 20 years ago, and the time i took the photos was hot morning, but i did it.

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    Tareq, I am glad you posted them here! All of these photos are great, but the last series at the beach are really special. What a beautiful country, you certainly took advantage of the blue skies! Were they taken with the RZ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Tareq, I am glad you posted them here! All of these photos are great, but the last series at the beach are really special. What a beautiful country, you certainly took advantage of the blue skies! Were they taken with the RZ?
    Thank you very much!
    I don't feel my country as beautiful, i can have and see much more beautiful than that overseas.
    Yes, all of those shots above were from RZII, but i used different films for each series above.
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    Lucinda Williams

    Found a grocery bag full of slide boxes upstairs in my studio yesterday and liked this shot of singer songwriter Lucinda Williams from 1992, shot on long discontinued Agfa 1000 on a Nikon with probably a 24mm lens, available light, in Venice, Ca. across Lincoln Blvd from the old Mad Dog recording studios where she was recording at the time. I think this is the first time I've scanned Agfa 1000 and I love the look of it, especially the grain.

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    Scott, I live these abstract pictures!


    Something from a (not mine anymore) Pentax Espio Mini.

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    pentax Espio Mini von oliverleschke auf Flickr


    pentax Espio Mini von oliverleschke auf Flickr


    pentax Espio Mini von oliverleschke auf Flickr


    pentax Espio Mini von oliverleschke auf Flickr


    pentax Espio Mini von oliverleschke auf Flickr

    And now I can bite my as* for being so stupid, selling it.
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    This is my Uncle Marty. I think he was discussing politics with my parents. I love the hands. Taken in early 1970 in New York (the Bronx), with a Canon TL-QL SLR and the 50/1.8 that came with it. Tri-X and D-76. I was 16 when I took this, and just getting serious about photography.



    And here he is, aware of the camera, with my Grandma Hannah in the background.



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    Memorial Day

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    Taken at the Antietam National Cemetery


    The Bloodiest One Day Battle in American History

    23,000 soldiers were killed, wounded or missing after twelve hours of savage combat on September 17, 1862. The Battle of Antietam ended the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia’s first invasion into the North and led to Abraham Lincoln’s issuance of the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation.
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