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    Same rural property on Kangaroo Island, this time shooting with 6 x 7cm tranny film.

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    Brown Beach on Kangaroo Island.

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    I donŽt like snakes, but I like your shots!
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    Leif, Really nice shots from Cadiz. I love the tones and contrast level.
    TW, The sunset from Kangaroo Island is just amazing....scary snake.
    Edward, I like the detail of the buildings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    I donŽt like snakes, but I like your shots!
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    Haha! I notice there are a number of people who don't appreciate snakes!

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    TW, The sunset from Kangaroo Island is just amazing....scary snake.
    Thanks Cindy...I exposed quite a few frames of that sunset and it was constantly changing.

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    Please, to your attention two photos from the Soviet union. These two negatives are scanned for a long time. But a lot of time and efforts for achievement of color balance was required. The chamber 6х6, Kiev 88, a lens, the Wolna 3. The film, Svema CО32D-sovietic a slide, is processed on negative process.
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    Contax G1, Zeiss G 45mm f/2, Fuji Neopan 400 @ 640, in Rodinal 1:25, 8m-20s

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    Nikon F5, 80-200mm, Ektar

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    The Ektar colors are always so nice....
    So, did make a base hit?

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    My great niece, Olivia, opening Christmas presents (Nikon FM3a, 50mm f1.2, Tri-X in Diafine, Nikon 9000ED scan):



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    Yuri, those colours really pop, and you've certainly captured the atmosphere of the scene. M5, I really enjoyed your black and white series of homesteads - beautiful work. Monza, you really captured the moment! And crisp focus too. Chrism, that's a charming portrait - spontaneous and unposed - and that's what I like about it, capturing the true essence of a person.

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    Edited.

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    Yuri, Your hard work paid off-- these are beautiful colors. It looks like the sales person is paying more attention to you than to the lady wishing to make a purchase in the second photo. All of the eye contact makes the second one very interesting to me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yuri View Post
    Please, to your attention two photos from the Soviet union. These two negatives are scanned for a long time. But a lot of time and efforts for achievement of color balance was required. The chamber 6х6, Kiev 88 ", a lens, the Wave 3". The film, Svema "ЦО32Д-советский a slide, is processed on negative process.

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    Robert, I like the isolation and your timing was perfect. Sharp!
    Chris, Sparkling eyes and pretty bokeh makes for a beautiful portrait (of a pretty young lady.)
    Peter, Nice series. I especially like the one with the bench and the star.

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    Sindy thank for edition. Yes Sindy with such large and loud camer is difficult to remain not noticed. Often it was necessary to go on contact, to photograph during dialogue with objects. In a stream many excellent photos. Always I wait for new photos from Scott G, Jorgen Udvang, leif e, mathomas, M5-Guy.

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    Thanks Cindy and Trible-Warrior...
    I have the sweet spot for me with Fuji Neopan 400.... Shoot at 640 and Rodinal 1:25 for 800 times.... BUT, overly bright Sun can cause blown HL though. Must meter for HL better than I have.

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    I photographed this electrical storm from the front verandah of my home. The storm went on for an incredibly long time - about 7 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribal-warrior View Post
    Same rural property on Kangaroo Island, this time shooting with 6 x 7cm tranny film.

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    Tree at sunset by dragonblade712003, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Koni Omega Rapid, Koni 90mm lens, Fujichrome Velvia 50 - pushed half a stop
    Gorgeous!!!

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    Yuri,Chris, Monza Great Work!

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    number nine number 9 nine nine by kvr_vs_film, on Flickr


    little italy by kvr_vs_film, on Flickr

    minolta talker with tmax 400

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    I think there should be a thread dedicated to Medium format film?

    Here are more shots from Aki Con in Seattle




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    My Flickr

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    Beautiful work, Araakii. Great clarity and sharpness. Out of curiosity, which medium format camera system and lenses are you using here? Whatever it is, it looks pretty damn impressive.

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    Last evening in Cadiz, at sundown, tide going out.

    As always these days: FM2n, Micro-Nikkor 2,8/55, AristA/TRI-X IN XTOL 1+1

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribal-warrior View Post
    Beautiful work, Araakii. Great clarity and sharpness. Out of curiosity, which medium format camera system and lenses are you using here? Whatever it is, it looks pretty damn impressive.
    Hi - thank you for your comment.

    I am using the Fuji GF670 with fixed 80mm lens. I wanted the Mamiya 7II initially but decided to get the GF670 for its portability and look. Also it's probably the newest medium format camera in the market?

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    I use a Fuji GX680. it's a 6x8cm format with tilt and shift on all the lenses.
    Sort of a blend between a regular medium format slr and a 4x5 camera.

    Here is a fiend trying one of mine out.



    Here are a few examples I shot with it.

    [img] http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5180/...9291c8e8_b.jpg [/img]




    I even like to do rough developing to get grainy images, but that sharpness and 3Dish look of large MF



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    Fred, Holy cow! Beautiful camera and fantastic shots. The detail is amazing. My favorite is the last one of the guy and the Mustang for the rugged look, but the lady in the second photo is exquisite.

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    Man, those are assume !!!

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    man, Amazing photos....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Fred, Holy cow! Beautiful camera and fantastic shots. The detail is amazing. My favorite is the last one of the guy and the Mustang for the rugged look, but the lady in the second photo is exquisite.
    Thanks!

    Yes the detail on the Fuji GX680 is wonderful.

    Here is a crop from the second image from the same negative.



    Brilliant lenses. Best of all is they all have tilt and shift allowing great control of focus. You can shoot wide open and have two subjects in focus on different planes.


    This is a crop. Here the focus is normal without using tilt.


    Here I used the tilt function to keep both ladies in focus., but notice how the bokeh on the background is still smooth.

    Here are the full frames:


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    Exceptional portraits, amazing work!

    The GX680 has always been the ultimate medium format camera in my view, and part of the reason for not entering that format. It's been kind of "GX680 or nothing". They are still relatively expensive, not to speak about the size and weight. Does a camera, viewfinder and three lenses fit into anything resembling a normally sized camera bag?

    Edit: Checked the prices of used GX680. Either they have come down a bit or I'm getting used to higher prices... interesting. I haven't seen the viewfinder that is fitted on your camera before. What's it called and how does it differ from the other viewfinders for the GX680?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Exceptional portraits, amazing work!

    The GX680 has always been the ultimate medium format camera in my view, and part of the reason for not entering that format. It's been kind of "GX680 or nothing". They are still relatively expensive, not to speak about the size and weight. Does a camera, viewfinder and three lenses fit into anything resembling a normally sized camera bag?

    Edit: Checked the prices of used GX680. Either they have come down a bit or I'm getting used to higher prices... interesting. I haven't seen the viewfinder that is fitted on your camera before. What's it called and how does it differ from the other viewfinders for the GX680?
    That viewfinder is the AE III finder. It gives you auto exposure.
    Optically it is the best medium format finder. No others come close to it for clarity magnification and eyepiece. Whenever I let someone look through it they all say how damn good it is.

    I don't use either the meter or the AE function in it. I just love the clarity.

    After using it I find Mamiya and Hasselblad pentaprisms to be murky in comparison.

    It's a hard viewfinder to find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FredBGG View Post
    I use a Fuji GX680. it's a 6x8cm format with tilt and shift on all the lenses.
    Sort of a blend between a regular medium format slr and a 4x5 camera.

    Here is a fiend trying one of mine out.


    I even like to do rough developing to get grainy images, but that sharpness and 3Dish look of large MF

    These are all really phenomenal. I feel like I probably get that sort of resolution with my Hasselblad, but I don't have the proper scanner to extract it from the negative. What scanner are you using?

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    I have started a new "project" for myself: making portraits of strangers in the street. One frame. I'm doing it to improve my technique, and to do something that takes me (way) out of my comfort zone. Here are my first attempts. All shot with Hasselblad. Click through for camera/lens/film/exposure info.


    street portrait: bob by mike thomas, on Flickr



    street portrait: matt by mike thomas, on Flickr



    street portrait by mike thomas, on Flickr



    street portrait: ghugi by mike thomas, on Flickr



    street portrait: sam by mike thomas, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    These are all really phenomenal. I feel like I probably get that sort of resolution with my Hasselblad, but I don't have the proper scanner to extract it from the negative. What scanner are you using?
    These were all scanned with the Epson v750, but it really helps that the negatives are large 6x8cm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FredBGG View Post
    These were all scanned with the Epson v750, but it really helps that the negatives are large 6x8cm.
    Yeah, I get the large negative thing (I have a Fuji 6x9cm, so checkmate ). However, it still comes down to the scanner's ability to capture the neg's resolution. Your scanner seems to be doing a great job. My Canon 9000F doesn't do nearly so well, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FredBGG View Post
    These were all scanned with the Epson v750, but it really helps that the negatives are large 6x8cm.
    hopefully one day I will be making the kind of photos you have.

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    Mike, Are you doing a "100 strangers project"? I have been thinking about starting one this winter. Your portraits are all very nice. My favorite is the guy with the Wendy's cup.

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    Mike, Are you doing a "100 strangers project"? I have been thinking about starting one this winter. Your portraits are all very nice. My favorite is the guy with the Wendy's cup.
    Cindy, I must have been inspired by hearing about it because that sounds familiar. However I'm not much for following rules like "one a day", or a particular number. I just thought to myself, "that sounds like a good idea -- I should start shooting some street portraits". However, now that you've mentioned it, I'll look into it and try to understand more about the project idea.

    Thanks for your comments. I've been pretty happy with every frame so far.

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    OK, I've read a bit more about it and I think I'll just take part. I guess it will give me a goal to shoot for. Thanks for clueing me in on it, Cindy! I hope you join, too!


    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Cindy, I must have been inspired by hearing about it because that sounds familiar. However I'm not much for following rules like "one a day", or a particular number. I just thought to myself, "that sounds like a good idea -- I should start shooting some street portraits". However, now that you've mentioned it, I'll look into it and try to understand more about the project idea.

    Thanks for your comments. I've been pretty happy with every frame so far.

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    Outstanding work, Fred!

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    [IMG][/IMG]

    This was shot on neg film (can't even recall which type.) Possibly used a Canon T70 and more than likely used a Canon FD 50mm f1.8.

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    Fred - wow! I'm stunned.

    Makes my simple Bessa III landscape from my backdeck look decidedly ordinary:


    Velvia 100, scanned with Nikon 5000ED

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    One of the first shots from the Mamiya 7II and 80mm lens I purchased recently. Velvia 100 on a cloudy day. I REALLY like this camera. It's much easier for me to focus this big rangefinder than any 35mm rangefinder camera I've tried. I have a a roll of B&W film in the M7II now (Acros 100). 150mm and 65mm lenses in the bag also. Amazing how much lighter this camera is compared with my Pentax 67 or RZ67. And did I mention how sharp this lens appears to be?

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    B&W version of Pete's Tobbaco Shop......

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    I won a recent competition with this photo in the Photographic Trader magazine (Australian publication.) Still waiting on the prize!

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    Chris, The view from your back deck looks fantastic.

    Gary, I like the color photo best. Congrats on the new camera. Wait till you see
    what comes out when you mount that 65mm on the Mamiya 7! Once I put it on mine, I never went back to my 80.

    Tribal- Warrior, Congratulations on winning the contest. It is a beautiful photo.

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    Hi folks - new to the analog thread though I've been lurking for some time. Really great work being shown here!

    First roll of film through my recently acquired M7 - Efke 50:

    This one's pretty much as scanned.



    This one is processed in SEP2:



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    And a couple off an also recently acquired Contax 645 - Provia 100F:

    These may not be everyone's cup of tea but this is the sort of stuff I like to shoot when I'm not shooting landscapes ;-)

    Both are shot with the 120mm Macro - the saturation, micro-contrast, and detail are amazing - I'm loving this lens/film combo!





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