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    Ken, I love the vintage feel.
    Dragos, Beautiful tones, especially on the crab photo.
    John, More hip than Hipstamatic. Seriously, true vintage feel and you just pop off of the photo. Did you win?

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    unlikely, my buddy was sneaking up on me...many fun times back in oregon

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    yours truly in the lead, back in '72

    probably shot with an OM1
    Very nice! Those were the days. My cousin was racing in the Northwest about that time. He traveled as a mechanic at first, and finally got his pro card. He went from fixing bikes to fixing teeth, and is now a dentist in Portland.

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    Superb Dragos!
    Thank you!
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    Dragos, Beautiful tones, especially on the crab photo.
    Thanks, Cindy!
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    Couple more on the Rollei Pan 25. I'll have to try out my Ortho 32 soon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by photoSmart42 View Post
    Couple more on the Rollei Pan 25. I'll have to try out my Ortho 32 soon.


    Rollei_Pan25_011 by photosmart42, on Flickr

    Love this Dragos!

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    Got a couple rolls of velvia 50 back from the lab today. These were shot last winter at the Basilica in Washington DC using a Fuji GX680 and 100/4 lens.

    Organ pipes:


    The Crypt:


    Flowers:


    Main Chapel:


    A side chapel:

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    I love these, especially the Flowers. I assume you were on a tripod?
    Every one is beautiful and inspiring.

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    Got a couple rolls of velvia 50 back from the lab today. These were shot last winter at the Basilica in Washington DC using a Fuji GX680 and 100/4 lens.


    Flowers:


    ...

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    I love these, especially the Flowers. I assume you were on a tripod?
    Every one is beautiful and inspiring.
    Thanks Cindy, and yes there was a tripod. Even if I wasn't using ISO 50 film indoors, the 680 is just too big to use without support.

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    Love this Dragos!
    Thanks, Steve!
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    soundboy by kvr_vs_film, on Flickr

    minox 35 el with an sb 30 flash has stopped my yearning for a yashica t4.

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    A few more from the Hassy (B&W is Tri-X @ 200, and color is Portra 160NC):


    cherry knolls park by mike thomas, on Flickr



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    Scott,Mike & KRB...Great Work!

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

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    F6, 50 1.4G & FM3A, ZF 35 2.0, Portra 160

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    Steve, Photo #1 in color has such a different feel than photo #2 in black and white and yet they are similar poses. Really points up the impact that each can have. Nice.



    Scott, I really like this one. The lighting and tones really work.




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    Mike, Love the silky water of cherry knolls park

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    A few more from the Hassy (B&W is Tri-X @ 200, and color is Portra 160NC):


    cherry knolls park by mike thomas, on Flickr



    cherry knolls park by mike thomas, on Flickr



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

    Thanks Cindy!

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    Super cool F6 and FM3A shots Steve!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

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    The B&W really works for your model here, Steve. Nice shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Steve, Photo #1 in color has such a different feel than photo #2 in black and white and yet they are similar poses. Really points up the impact that each can have. Nice.



    Scott, I really like this one. The lighting and tones really work.






    Mike, Love the silky water of cherry knolls park
    Thanks, Cindy. Enjoying the Hassy. It's a very contemplative process to shoot it, esp on a tripod.

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    Super cool F6 and FM3A shots Steve!
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    The B&W really works for your model here, Steve. Nice shots!
    Thanks A Lot Guy's!

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    Beautiful Pair Oliver!

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    Thank you Steve


    And another one from the Lomo


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    Sehr Schon Oli!

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    Danke schön.

    Sometimes it's nice to take a crappy camera and shoot a roll, just for fun.
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    A few from last weekend (I did a lot of driving). All these shot with the Hassy + 60mm CF, tripod-mounted. Apertures f/16++. Efke 25 @ EI 50, in Diafine, and post-processed with Nik Silver Efex. And yes, I badly need a bubble level (will pick one up this weekend).


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    So Nice Mike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OlliL View Post
    There's real magic in this photo, IMO. Would look great framed, I think.

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    So Nice Mike!
    Thanks Steve . I'm really enjoying this rig, bulky as it is.

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    first negs back from the lab with the fuji gw690iii. these are the current Ektar...which i really had to wrestle with to get anything resembling proper and vaguely consistent color. scanned with an epson v700 (and i think one was with silverfast, and one with epson scan)





    definitely a fun camera...and after 6 rolls...i'm just starting to get used to it.
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    On a visit to Hanoi and Sapa in Vietnam last week, I decided to take the new to me OM-2n and a few rolls of b&w film with me in addition to the GH1. This is the first time since I went digital 6 years ago that I've taken film "seriously". I shot one roll per day, and here are some of the results from the first two rolls I've looked through, both Ilford HP5, all shot with the OM-2 with Zuiko lenses 28mm f/2.8, 50mm f/2.0 macro and 100mm f/2.8.

    HP5 has a lot of character, and it's interesting to notice how sloppy I've become, particularly with regards to exposure. Digital is very forgiving, but this film takes no hostages in that respect. I'm either in or out.

    First from Hanoi:













    And two from Sapa





    More to come

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    First from Hanoi:

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    And two from Sapa



    All very good, but the above are my favorites. Very nice feel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    On a visit to Hanoi and Sapa in Vietnam last week, I decided to take the new to me OM-2n and a few rolls of b&w film with me in addition to the GH1. This is the first time since I went digital 6 years ago that I've taken film "seriously". I shot one roll per day, and here are some of the results from the first two rolls I've looked through, both Ilford HP5, all shot with the OM-2 with Zuiko lenses 28mm f/2.8, 50mm f/2.0 macro and 100mm f/2.8.

    HP5 has a lot of character, and it's interesting to notice how sloppy I've become, particularly with regards to exposure. Digital is very forgiving, but this film takes no hostages in that respect. I'm either in or out.

    More to come
    Terrific set, Jorgen. Really fine work.

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    Thanks, Mike and Lloyd. Much appreciated.

    This whole process has totally changed my view upon film as a medium. I'll try to convert my thoughts into words if I have time during the weekend.

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    Jorgen; great stuff. I try to forget about HP5. Too many choices. Now I wonder ...
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    Jorgen, This is really top-notch work. I would be very interested in reading your thoughts on the film process.

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    Just spent a couple of weeks in the mountains (central Norwegian). Not even halvway there with scanning. Still; a couple of samples. First some Acros 100 in Rodinal 1+50. Then (the foggy ones) two taken on Portra 160 (conversion in Efex Pro). All: FM2n, 2,8/55 Micro-Nikkor AI or Nikkor 2,8/135 AI.









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    Love the foggy landscapes, Leif. My kind of weather

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    I half figured, Jorgen; Norwegian in diaspora.
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    Konica VX400 Monochrome film, and old favourite. This is from the last roll, 6 years past the date. A very robust film that could be dropped off at any colour minilab since it was made for colour processing and printing.

    OM2 with Zuiko 28mm f/2.8


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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Just spent a couple of weeks in the mountains (central Norwegian). Not even halvway there with scanning. Still; a couple of samples. First some Acros 100 in Rodinal 1+50. Then (the foggy ones) two taken on Portra 160 (conversion in Efex Pro). All: FM2n, 2,8/55 Micro-Nikkor AI or Nikkor 2,8/135 AI.
    Leif-this is beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    On a visit to Hanoi and Sapa in Vietnam last week, I decided to take the new to me OM-2n and a few rolls of b&w film with me in addition to the GH1. This is the first time since I went digital 6 years ago that I've taken film "seriously". I shot one roll per day, and here are some of the results from the first two rolls I've looked through, both Ilford HP5, all shot with the OM-2 with Zuiko lenses 28mm f/2.8, 50mm f/2.0 macro and 100mm f/2.8.

    HP5 has a lot of character, and it's interesting to notice how sloppy I've become, particularly with regards to exposure. Digital is very forgiving, but this film takes no hostages in that respect. I'm either in or out.
    Jorgen,
    These are beautiful. The tonal range you've preserved is very rich and deep. Compositionally I especially like the depth of #2 (Definite Privacy), the entry points and depth leading into the figure in #3 (Infinite Parking), and the human interest and that wet foreground reflection in #5 (Back Alley Jam). All great examples of continued 35mm relevance. Well done.
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    Terrific set, Jorgen. Really fine work.
    Outstanding Film My Friend!

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    Leif & Ken, Wonderful Work!

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    Thanks John and Steve. There will be more film work from me in the future. Shooting film adds another, for me partly forgotten, dimension to photography, and the results are distinctly different from images shot digitally.

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