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    Hasselblad 500 CM and 100mm

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    Beautiful portrait, ReeRay, under what seems to be rather challenging lighting. Did you find Acros 100 her in Thailand? I've always wanted to try that film.

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    Thanks for the comment Jorgen.
    I couldn't source Acros in Thailand so bought from eBay. This was my first time with the film. IQ lab in BKK developed and I scanned. Real easy film to work with.

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    Ray, Masterful shot Of A Dear, Wise Man!

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    Three from Sapa, Vietnam. All on Ilford Delta 100. Unfortunately, my old, trashy scanner can't show all the fine detail in this film, not even close.

    OM-2 with Zuiko 50mm f/2.0 Macro



    OM-2 with Zuiko 28mm f/2.8



    OM-2 with Zuiko 100mm f/2.8


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    These really are terrific, Jorgen. I love the subtle tonalities, but what I really love is that first shot. Priceless and timeless all at once.

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    These really are terrific, Jorgen. I love the subtle tonalities, but what I really love is that first shot. Priceless and timeless all at once.
    Jorgen, Outstanding!!!

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    Thank you gentlemen. Much appreciated

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    Excellent Jorgen and that scanner looks fine to me.

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    Beautiful, Jorgen! Serious, thoughtful.
    I also like the Žblad/Acros portrait, ReeRay.
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    The last 25 years or so IŽve taken hundreds of photographs of this mountain. It is however not very photogenic - always. But when the weather turns it turns a more friendly face (or not).

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    Thank you, Leif, and yet another beautiful mountain photo

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    Three from Sapa, Vietnam. All on Ilford Delta 100. Unfortunately, my old, trashy scanner can't show all the fine detail in this film, not even close.

    ...

    OM-2 with Zuiko 28mm f/2.8




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    Jorgen, your recent series of shots have just been incredible. Reportage/travel photography at its best. As jbcrane mentioned, they show the continued relevance of 35mm as a medium (I had half given up on it). I only wish I could milk that kind of quality out of the small neg as well as you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    The last 25 years or so IŽve taken hundreds of photographs of this mountain. It is however not very photogenic - always. But when the weather turns it turns a more friendly face (or not).

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    You really got some nice light in this one, Leif.

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    You really got some nice light in this one, Leif.
    Yes, Stunning Light & Comp Leif!

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    Some more from the Hassy. All on tripod, this time.


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    Tri-X @ 200, Rodinal 10', 10" gentle agitation every 2'

    arkansas river near co highway 285 by mike thomas, on Flickr

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    columbine memorial by mike thomas, on Flickr

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    Plus-X @ 64, Rodinal 10', 10" gentle agitation every 2'

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    Thank you, Mike. You are far too kind.

    The first of your three photos above has an interesting "look" and enormous depth. Beautiful!

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    Thanks, Jorgen. I think the "look" is due to an almost contre jour position of the camera. You can see a bit of flare from it near center.

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    Mike, Awesome Work With The Hassy!

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    Wow, some great photos here, so glad that this thread is alive!

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    A few years back, for an anniversary/birthday/fathers day gift, I gave my father a Leica digital camera. A few years after that, for my birthday, he gracious bestowed on me his old, Canon FD kit. It might not fetch much on the market today, but this is the kit I grew up admiring and it meant the world to me. Since that day it has largely sat unused in the old Lowe Pro bag, and occasionally just for grins I've peeked into the auctions with the dream of building this kit out. I finally took the AE-1 out last Friday, the Canon 50mm 1:1.4 FD mounted, TMAX loaded, and had an absolute blast. Upon scanning, a big smile spread across my face. Those old FD lenses still got it. Manual focus and all.



    I'm having so much fun picking up old classics like the 35-105/3.5 for a scant $50, that I grabbed a beautiful A-1 and plan on integrating this vintage gear into my shooting schedule right along side my contemporary Nikon's. What a great time to be a camera freak ;-).
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Jorgen, Wonderful photos. The photo "Willtribe Future" is very haunting and powerful.
    Leif, Your mountain is beautiful in that light.
    Mike, Beautiful tones from the Hassy.
    Scott, Love the photo of the pipe in the old garage.
    JBCrane, What a great story about bringing out your Dad's gear and enjoying it so much. Photo looks wonderful.

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    Beautiful tones in that photo, John.

    Yes, the old lenses still work. It's often easier to work with an F6, but one of the beauties of film is that all the research and all the improvements that have gone into the medium also applies to cameras as old as Methuselah.

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    Scott, this is terrific. There's a lot to look at and it's well composed with a great tonal range. I like it.
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    Jorgen, Wonderful photos. The photo "Willtribe
    JBCrane, What a great story about bringing out your Dad's gear and enjoying it so much. Photo looks wonderful.
    Thanks Cindy.

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    Beautiful tones in that photo, John.
    Yes, the old lenses still work. It's often easier to work with an F6, but one of the beauties of film is that all the research and all the improvements that have gone into the medium also applies to cameras as old as Methuselah.
    Thanks Jorgen... it's an interesting exercise to run the new emulsions through the old glass... and be able to really spot the technical improvements in the more contemporary images. The old adage that 35mm film has never been better - while digital cameras "continue to improve..." leaves me extremely glad I've continued with film... I feel it has really hit a zenith and creative potential is vast. Digital's going to finally reach the top of the mountain only to have film greet it with, "what took you so long?" Great fun.
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    Three from Sapa, Vietnam. All on Ilford Delta 100. Unfortunately, my old, trashy scanner can't show all the fine detail in this film, not even close.

    Jorgen, these are terrific. I especially like the second and third. The second reminds me of the Bresson image, "Juvisy, France 1938" where they're sitting on the hillside, picnicing (from the looks of it), with a boat in the water below, at top of frame. I like the cow.
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    Some more from the Hassy. All on tripod, this time.
    60mm Distagon
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    Mike-that Columbine image is powerful... nice work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbcrane View Post
    Jorgen, these are terrific. I especially like the second and third. The second reminds me of the Bresson image, "Juvisy, France 1938" where they're sitting on the hillside, picnicing (from the looks of it), with a boat in the water below, at top of frame. I like the cow.
    Thank you, John. That is not a cow btw, it's a water buffalo. They are surprisingly agile climbers those beasts

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    Hasselblad 500 CM and 100mm

    Acros 100


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    Beautiful portrait, ReeRay, under what seems to be rather challenging lighting. Did you find Acros 100 her in Thailand? I've always wanted to try that film.
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    Ray, Masterful shot Of A Dear, Wise Man!
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    Beautiful, Jorgen! Serious, thoughtful.
    I also like the Žblad/Acros portrait, ReeRay.
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    +4! Beautiful capture ReeRay! Love the sharp lines and clarity, a wonderful shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Three from Sapa, Vietnam. All on Ilford Delta 100. Unfortunately, my old, trashy scanner can't show all the fine detail in this film, not even close.

    OM-2 with Zuiko 50mm f/2.0 Macro


    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    These really are terrific, Jorgen. I love the subtle tonalities, but what I really love is that first shot. Priceless and timeless all at once.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Jorgen, Outstanding!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by ReeRay View Post
    Excellent Jorgen and that scanner looks fine to me.
    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Beautiful, Jorgen! Serious, thoughtful.
    I also like the Žblad/Acros portrait, ReeRay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Jorgen, your recent series of shots have just been incredible. Reportage/travel photography at its best. As jbcrane mentioned, they show the continued relevance of 35mm as a medium (I had half given up on it). I only wish I could milk that kind of quality out of the small neg as well as you.
    +++++6!

    Love the VietNam series Jorgen! Wonderful portraits, street/family captures and landscapes!

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    Thank you, Leif, and yet another beautiful mountain photo
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    You really got some nice light in this one, Leif.
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    Yes, Stunning Light & Comp Leif!
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    Leif, Your mountain is beautiful in that light.
    +++++5! Beautiful Capture!

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    Thank you, Mike. You are far too kind.

    The first of your three photos above has an interesting "look" and enormous depth. Beautiful!
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    Mike, Awesome Work With The Hassy!
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    Mike, Beautiful tones from the Hassy.
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    Mike-that Columbine image is powerful... nice work.
    +++++5!

    Mike all three are photographs are wonderful! The landscape, #1, is my favorite!

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    Scott, Love the photo of the pipe in the old garage.
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    Scott, this is terrific. There's a lot to look at and it's well composed with a great tonal range. I like it.
    +++3!

    Love the series! Agree with John regarding #1, a fantastic capture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    JBCrane, What a great story about bringing out your Dad's gear and enjoying it so much. Photo looks wonderful.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Beautiful tones in that photo, John.

    Yes, the old lenses still work. It's often easier to work with an F6, but one of the beauties of film is that all the research and all the improvements that have gone into the medium also applies to cameras as old as Methuselah.

    +++3! Love the detail, DOF, and light & shadows in the photograph!

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    Scott, some powerful pictures of the prison! Love the detail, grit, & darkness in these shots it certainly brings out the sense of gloom today and in a past state.

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    Mike, Awesome Work With The Hassy!
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    Mike-that Columbine image is powerful... nice work.
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    +++++5!

    Mike all three are photographs are wonderful! The landscape, #1, is my favorite!
    Thank you, all

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    Bits of Americana with a Holga



















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    Scott, the B&W prison shots are Hauntingly Excellent! Gave me the Chills! Love the Holga set as well!

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    Thanks for the kind words. This time of year, the first weeks after we come "down home", there is nothing but mountain shots for me - with all the developing and scanning that has to be done.



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    Magnificent Expanse & Sprawl Leif! Well Seen & Processed.

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    Beautiful tones, Leif. I love the broad expanse that you have captured.
    Lots of interesting photos, Scott. I really like all of the Americana.

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    Scott another couple of great sets along with the fun Holga shots above.

    Just love the three black and white shots which are my favorites! Love the detail of the machine gears and the bokeh in the first shot. The third shot with the shiny bowling alley with the total chaos in the frame is a wonderful capture! Certainly a nostalgia piece for someone old enough like myself that worked setting up pins as a boy.

    It looked like you found a couple of great old buildings to roam and shoot.

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    Awesome!

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    Awesome!
    Most Definitely!!!

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    More from the Hassy. 60mm Distagon CF. Plus-X @64 in Rodinal.



    barn, littleton historical museum, colorado by mike thomas, on Flickr



    1958 ford, lone tree car show by mike thomas, on Flickr



    twin lakes, colorado by mike thomas, on Flickr



    twin lakes, colorado by mike thomas, on Flickr

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    Mike, Amazing Work!!!

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