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

    Joe, the detail is great in the Contax 645 shots....down to the veins.
    The M7 looks good, too. The sunflower shot is my favorite. It is nicely composed.

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    Oops - sorry folks - just realized this is the non-M thread.

    I'll post on the M thread next time!

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

    That is OK, Joe. We are not too fussy here about what film camera you used.

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    Oops - sorry folks - just realized this is the non-M thread.

    I'll post on the M thread next time!

    Cheers,

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

    Leitz iiig and Leitz 5cm f/2 Summitar LTM, Kodak BW400CN, Nikon LS-9000
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    Great job Cindy! Love #1!

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    Lot's of nice stuff going on in the analog thread these days!
    I recently printed two large exhibitions for a photographer in Norway, and flew the work over. I did not have much extra baggage allowance, so I just brought the Hexar AF! That camera just works so well for me...makes me question sometimes why I have so much invested in extremely expensive digital gear when some of my best photos of people or street are with one that is less than 500 dollars! There are different shooting styles, of course, but working with the Hexar is great. I shot 4 rolls on the trip -- one was partially ruined by a plumbing problem in my new lab (rusty pipes and the filters are not installed yet...only processing for me at the moment though!).
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    -Dragos
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
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    Cindy - great shot!

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

    Nice work everyone!

    Stuart....I REALLY like this image.

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

    I finally took my Hasselblad 503CXi out for a spin again last week (only the second roll thru this body). I bought the CXi a few months ago because I had a CW winder sitting around, unloved and unused. With the CW winder attached, the 'Blad is a much more comfortable camera for me to hand hold. Both photos taken with the wonderful 60mm CFi lens (purchased from Fotografz....thanks Marc!). Velvia 100 scanned by my local lab.

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    Cindy, I love that ruined house image of yours. Some of the walls look like they're leaning over!

    Bensonga, beautiful clarity in those Hasselblad transparencies. The colours really pop.

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    This guy takes beautiful portraits and nudes with film.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/micmojo...7607615352157/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    Lot's of nice stuff going on in the analog thread these days!
    I recently printed two large exhibitions for a photographer in Norway, and flew the work over. I did not have much extra baggage allowance, so I just brought the Hexar AF! That camera just works so well for me...makes me question sometimes why I have so much invested in extremely expensive digital gear when some of my best photos of people or street are with one that is less than 500 dollars! There are different shooting styles, of course, but working with the Hexar is great. I shot 4 rolls on the trip -- one was partially ruined by a plumbing problem in my new lab (rusty pipes and the filters are not installed yet...only processing for me at the moment though!).
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    My first film camera: Nikon FM2n + 50 1.4 AIS:

    1. Nha Trang beach in VietNam:


    Nha Trang 1 by Blood4Sunset, on Flickr


    Nha Trang 2 by Blood4Sunset, on Flickr

    2. Night market in Nha Trang

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/blood4sunset/5013904916/" title="Chợ đm Nha Trang by Blood4Sunset, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4091/5013904916_58f4aa0107_z.jpg" width="433" height="640" alt="Chợ đm Nha Trang"></a>

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    Thank you Ben! That is one of my favorites as well. All credit to the architect of the opera house in Oslo though...it is an unbelievable building!
    Leif -- thanks so much for the kind words. Oslo was really fantastic. It was my first time there, but I would love to go back. I think it would be a great city to live in (assuming you are paid in NOK!!!!).
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    Stuart , the prices here are incredible.
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    Stuart, I really like the look of your black and white photos. Oslo looks beautiful, and you really have an eye for the compositions.

    pencil_tube, Welcome to the forum and congratulations on your camera. I especially like your second photo with the bathing "huts" on the water.

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    Canon AE1 with Canon FD lenses and Fujichrome Sensia 100.

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    Found time and energy to develop some Legacy 400 thats been waiting since summer. The usual FM2n and 55 Micro, XTOL 1+1

    As you can see; my daughter caught a large trout, my wife was even more enthusiastic (keen fisherwoman, she is)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by pencil_tube View Post
    My first film camera: Nikon FM2n + 50 1.4 AIS:

    1. Nha Trang beach in VietNam:




    Nha Trang 2 by Blood4Sunset, on Flickr

    2. Night market in Nha Trang

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/blood4sunset/5013904916/" title="Chợ đm Nha Trang by Blood4Sunset, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4091/5013904916_58f4aa0107_z.jpg" width="433" height="640" alt="Chợ đm Nha Trang"></a>
    I'll take this anytime! Beautiful Color & Location!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Found time and energy to develop some Legacy 400 thats been waiting since summer. The usual FM2n and 55 Micro, XTOL 1+1

    As you can see; my daughter caught a large trout, my wife was even more enthusiastic (keen fisherwoman, she is)

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    Superb pair of your daughter Leif! Excellent processing!

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    I like these both, Leif. I especially like the enthusiasm captured in the one that includes your dog. Even the dog seems to be smiling.
    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Found time and energy to develop some Legacy 400 thats been waiting since summer. The usual FM2n and 55 Micro, XTOL 1+1

    As you can see; my daughter caught a large trout, my wife was even more enthusiastic (keen fisherwoman, she is)

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    Thanks Cindy! Glad you like them. Yes, Oslo is beautiful, but the people...and I thought the Icelanders were good-looking! Leif ably shows this as well with his family...the trout isn't the only beautiful thing in the picture!

    Steve -- those are great. I really like the fifth one of the man in the chair. The body-language is so strong, particularly in relation to the architecture.
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    Thanks all - you are way too kind! Actually; I need to be tougher in the developing process with this film. The negs are too flat and require more work than should be necessary. Maybe Ill have to try Rodinal next time ...

    Steve, great series! Strong images - is that Clint Eastwood in #1?

    Stuart, on beauty; you aint seen me!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
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    Steve -- those are great. I really like the fifth one of the man in the chair. The body-language is so strong, particularly in relation to the architecture.
    Thanks very much Stuart!
    Steve, great series! Strong images - is that Clint Eastwood in #1?



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    Leif, Exactly what i thought! Thanks!

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    Dead crickets on the shore of Lake Eyre in South Austalia. Likely, they came down to the water's edge to drink but were trapped in the salt as the water evaporated. Captured with a Canon AE1 with a Vivitar 75-300mm and Fujichrome Sensia.

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    Zorkij4K, Jupiter3, f 2,8 1/60 Tasma FN 64, are processed PQ-Glicol 1+5-15%soda + 50water.

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    From another summer roll of Legacy 400. The local woods this time.







    Same setup as always (well ...) FM2n, 2,8/55

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    Leif, love the deep blacks! Cows hanging in the woods.....Never seen that before! Great set & processing!

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    Plus 1 from me, Leif. Love the tonalities, especially that first one, and just plain nice images too.

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    The cow is priceless Leif.

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    Yuri, You have achieved beautiful tones with your processing and I always love the rendering of the Jupiter 3. Please post more.

    Leif, I like the wildflower a lot and the cow is priceless.

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    Thanks all!
    Actually it is rather surprising meeting those not-too-intelligent stares in the woods.

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    Maxxum 5 with Minolta 24mm f2.8. Delta 100 processed in Ilfasol

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    Here's my mother whilst she still had her own hair, firstly at a slightly boozy lunch:









    and at a more sober dinner table(!):


    All with Bessa III, Tri-X (HP5+ for the last one), Diafine, Nikon 9000ED scan. Yes, I kinked the film getting it onto a metal reel and that caused the nasty white marks on the wall. Stick to Paterson reels in future for MF.

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    Beautiful images, Chris. (Beautiful mother too.)

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    Chris, I really like #3. Your Mom has a twinkle in her eye and a lovely smile. I wish her a speedy recovery.

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    Chris, lovely series of portraits. I agree with Cindy; #3 is especially beautiful!
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    Thank you, Lloyd, Cindy and Leif. All credit has to go to the Bessa III. I'd love to have the time (and the victims!) to do lots of 6x6 50mm portraits with this lovely camera.

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    Nice work everyone!

    Stuart....I REALLY like this image.

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    Here's my mother whilst she still had her own hair, firstly at a slightly boozy lunch:

    and at a more sober dinner table(!):


    All with Bessa III, Tri-X (HP5+ for the last one), Diafine, Nikon 9000ED scan. Yes, I kinked the film getting it onto a metal reel and that caused the nasty white marks on the wall. Stick to Paterson reels in future for MF.

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    Steve - great set, these two especially

    Putting the 7II to good use ;-)

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    Been out of action for a while - trying to catch up but hopelessly behind

    Some shots at the beach with the Contax 645:

    My wife posing - Provia 100 - still my favorite for color and fine grain:



    Capitola at sunset - Ektachrome E100VS



    The pier with boosted contrast:



    My wife and her friend intrigued by a beach wedding ;-)



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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Steve - great set, these two especially

    Putting the 7II to good use ;-)

    Cheers,
    Thanks Joe! We've missed you at the M9 thread!

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    Been out of action for a while - trying to catch up but hopelessly behind

    Some shots at the beach with the Contax 645:

    My wife posing - Provia 100 - still my favorite for color and fine grain:





    My wife and her friend intrigued by a beach wedding ;-)



    Cheers,
    Lovely shots of the Mrs. Joe! Great IQ & Comps with the Contax!

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    Late November woods, waiting for the godd... winter. Nikkormat FTn, pre AI 20mm f3,5, Legacy Pro (Neopan 400) in XTOL 1+1

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

    Beautiful image, Leif. Love the tonality here.

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