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

    Thanks Lloyd

    This was taken in our balmy Canadian winter last weekend. Zeiss Ikon Taxona (1952)
    Ilford Delta 100/Diafine

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    Very classic look to this one as well. Love those vintage lenses. Of course it doesn't hurt that I'm the same vintage as the lens.

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    Very classic look to this one as well. Love those vintage lenses. Of course it doesn't hurt that I'm the same vintage as the lens.
    +1

    I'm so tempted by a 1930s Elmar 5.0cm f/3.5 for the M9... !

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    The Taxona shoots 35mm film in square format (24x24mm). Mine has the Zeiss Novonar 3.5cm f/3.5 lens - very tiny and pocketable. Michael Loderstedt has done a couple of photo books with the Taxona in 12in square format which are very nice (Groveland The Taxona Camera Photographs Michael Loderstedt | Category: Fine Art Photography | Blurb)

    Here is another one

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    Niagara, a few weeks ago. Taken with Rollei AFM35 (top left )
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    Keith, Very nice work. The Contax planar lens has such a nice rendering. Niagra falls is really nice and I like the way that you included the camera in the photo.
    I'd love to see a picture of the Taxona. I've never heard of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Keith, Very nice work. The Contax planar lens has such a nice rendering. Niagra falls is really nice and I like the way that you included the camera in the photo.
    I'd love to see a picture of the Taxona. I've never heard of it.
    Plus 1... on both counts.

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

    For Cindy and Lloyd - here is the Taxona:
    No rangefinder or meter. The big knob on the right cocks the shutter and advances the film. Original case.

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    Very interesting Keith. Thank you.

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    Thanks for showing me, Keith. It reminds me of a Minox that I used to have. Lots of fun to carry everywhere.

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

    Thank you Cindy, Joe, Godfrey and Lloyd for your kind words, they are always appreciated!

    Keith, strong work as usual, love the city scape and Niagra falls!

    Godfrey, the Chair and Blinds is wonderful, love the texture and grain! . . . . . also the polaroid of the egg on the plate is eye candy, love the pattern that runs through the whole photograph, a lovely capture!

    ReeRay, a beautiful black and white, showing off your skill with the Contax G 21mm lens, love the composition.

    Joe, love the coils, sharp detail with the soft bokeh, very nice. Also the photograph of Jim is spot on the focus with a perfect DOF.

    . . . . . Jim also posted a great portait of you Joe! That is a keeper!


    Nice to have a moment for a little feedback.

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

    A couple of more photographs taken with the Mamiya 7II


    Tentacles at the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks ~ Seattle, WA




    Outdoor Classroom ~ Center for Wooden Boats ~ Seattle, WA


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    Great tones Dan and frightening amount of detail from that big 'ole 6x7. I really must resist - too many cameras as it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReeRay View Post
    Great tones Dan and frightening amount of detail from that big 'ole 6x7. I really must resist - too many cameras as it is!
    I have to agree... on both counts. Which lenses do you have the the 7II Dan?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by ReeRay View Post
    Great tones Dan and frightening amount of detail from that big 'ole 6x7. I really must resist - too many cameras as it is!
    + a million. Love the second one. Can't wait to start shooting film MF myself. Picking up a mint GX680 in 6 weeks. A bit bulkier than your Mamiya, but still

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

    Love that B&W image, Dan. And thank you for the comment.

    Put together a little gallery of eight SX-70 exposures with my second pack of The Impossible Project film, this time the Silver Shade emulsion. This is one of my favorites:


    The slideshow for the gallery is here: Polaroid SX-70 - Impossible Silver Shade film

    The look created by this camera and these films is unique, I like it a lot. :-)

    enjoy,
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    Terrific work G. Loved the slideshow too. The first two shots, and the one later, with the egg on the plate, are simply stellar!!!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Terrific work G. Loved the slideshow too. The first two shots, and the one later, with the egg on the plate, are simply stellar!!!
    +1

    Love the teapot

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    Attachment 55474Where to start?

    Godfrey, absolutely love the banana and egg, i'm thinking Kertesz! Dan (seakayaker) great photo's too. The Mamiya lenses really do stand out, wonderful contrast!

    Here's another of my happy place. 6x12 Nikkor 65mm Tmax 100
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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Niagara, a few weeks ago. Taken with Rollei AFM35 (top left )
    Arist 400/Diafine

    Keith

    This is one hell of a shot! I was all when I saw this. Very Nice. Why don't we do a print exchange here guys? Hehe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Love that B&W image, Dan. And thank you for the comment.

    Put together a little gallery of eight SX-70 exposures with my second pack of The Impossible Project film, this time the Silver Shade emulsion. This is one of my favorites:


    The slideshow for the gallery is here: Polaroid SX-70 - Impossible Silver Shade film

    The look created by this camera and these films is unique, I like it a lot. :-)

    enjoy,
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    Godfrey - really like these photos - the one of the glasses especially

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    A couple of more photographs taken with the Mamiya 7II


    Tentacles at the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks ~ Seattle, WA


    Super tones Dan and nice comp - these Mamiya 7II shots are great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Niagara, a few weeks ago. Taken with Rollei AFM35 (top left )
    Arist 400/Diafine

    Keith

    Awesome!
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    Joe, Dan, Johnny et al:

    Thanks for the comments and compliments!

    One thing I'm a little disturbed by is how hard it is to scan the polaroids without Newton Rings appearing because of the glossy surface of the prints. Particularly with the Impossible films. So tonight I'm going to try a new method of scanning them to eliminate this problem... The madness never ends, you know. ;-)

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

    ditto! fantastic series.. i've had my old SX70 sitting here on my self for years, and had been thinking about getting some film for it.... I think i'll have to now

    great work Godfrey!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Love that B&W image, Dan. And thank you for the comment.

    Put together a little gallery of eight SX-70 exposures with my second pack of The Impossible Project film, this time the Silver Shade emulsion. This is one of my favorites:


    The slideshow for the gallery is here: Polaroid SX-70 - Impossible Silver Shade film

    The look created by this camera and these films is unique, I like it a lot. :-)

    enjoy,
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Attachment 55474Where to start?

    Here's another of my happy place. 6x12 Nikkor 65mm Tmax 100
    These are terrific.

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    Godfrey, can you use a plate of glass to alleviate the rings?

    Lloyd, thank you for the comments...this section of the forum is so much more civil, and one of my favorites!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Love that B&W image, Dan. And thank you for the comment.

    Put together a little gallery of eight SX-70 exposures with my second pack of The Impossible Project film, this time the Silver Shade emulsion. This is one of my favorites:

    The slideshow for the gallery is here: Polaroid SX-70 - Impossible Silver Shade film

    The look created by this camera and these films is unique, I like it a lot. :-)

    enjoy,
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Godfrey, can you use a plate of glass to alleviate the rings? ...
    the rings are produced by partial contact of the shiny surfaces. you have to either roughen the surfaces or separate them. If you roughen the surfaces, you tend to lose sharpness; separation works better, as long as you stay within the DoF of the scanner lens array.

    The issue is compounded by my original desire to capture the whole print, including border, but I've since become convinced that I'll focus on capturing the image only and can add the print border when desired via layers in PS.

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    Thanks for the kind words on the Niagara shot. Right time, right place, and right reflection
    I collect film point and shoot cameras - the kind where you just press the button but it takes care of exposure and focus. The only way I can suffer the delay time be taking and seeing my pictures is to use Black and White self processed in Diafine. It is so easy, very forgiving and the images scan well. So my stuff won't be super contrasty.
    This one was also done in digital and posted on the GXR thread up there. But I happened to have my GR1s with me and repeated the shot. "Cozy Tree in Winter"

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    Oh yeah. Love this one Keith.

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    Woodmancy- I love the textured fabric!

    Here's a few from a New England ski shoot. 612, 58XL HP5
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    Glamorous lace. Kiev 88, Vega 12, a ring macro, Kodac Portra 160.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuri View Post
    Glamorous cord. Kiev 88, Vega 12, a ring macro, Kodac Portra 160.
    Very glamourous indeed. Nice shot. Thanks for sharing.

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    More shots with the Contax 645.

    Color shots with Velvia 100.

    First blush of Spring



    Took this near sunset under very hazy light - the color is funky but that's just like it turned out.



    Some B&W - Efke 100 pushed to 200 - I've been incorporating B&W into my landscape work more and more - I like these results.

    Tree in fog



    Meadow in fog



    Redwoods



    Thanks for looking.

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    Nice set there Joe. I particularly like the funky blue forest and meadow in fog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReeRay View Post
    Nice set there Joe. I particularly like the funky blue forest and meadow in fog.
    Plus one from me on both counts. Beautiful work Joe.

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    Joe, what lens did you use on the flower shot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by monza View Post
    Joe, what lens did you use on the flower shot?
    That was the 120mm macro.
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    lovely set, Joe. The only one that doesn't 'fit' in this set well is the rather hard edged redwoods shot ... the others have a softer, more delicate look.

    That one, by itself, is good—I'd like to see some deeper tones in it, in general;the highlights seem slightly hot on my screen—and would probably shine better with other harder-edged photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    lovely set, Joe. The only one that doesn't 'fit' in this set well is the rather hard edged redwoods shot ... the others have a softer, more delicate look.

    That one, by itself, is good—I'd like to see some deeper tones in it, in general;the highlights seem slightly hot on my screen—and would probably shine better with other harder-edged photos.

    G
    Thanks for the comments Godfrey!

    My main editing screen is setup for printing at a brightness of 160 and gamma of 1.8 - I try to compensate for photos I post on the web but sometimes they can look bright

    I'll go back and take a look at it on a "normal" screen.

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    Very glamourous indeed. Nice shot. Thanks for sharing.
    Thenks Lloyd.

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    Plus one from me on both counts. Beautiful work Joe.
    Thanks Lloyd!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReeRay View Post
    Nice set there Joe. I particularly like the funky blue forest and meadow in fog.
    Thanks ReeRay - the meadow in fog is my favorite ;-)
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    Lovely images everyone.

    This is taken with the Contax G1 and Biotar 28mm. Ilford Delata 100/Diafine

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    Quick one from this weekend, cheap scanner, I see lots of dust, etc, sigh...
    I gotta learn all this scanner stuff now.
    Especially the resolution stuff.
    I scanned at 4800dpi, makes a HUGE file!
    I definately don't understand it.
    Not that good, but it's a start,
    I'm a newbie who STILL needs to learn how to load sheet film into holders.
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    Taken with Leica Minilux. Arista 400/Diafine

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    Very nice, Keith! Love the shadows and the curving lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very nice, Keith! Love the shadows and the curving lines.
    +1 - very nice
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Bought a used Minolta film scanner and started scanning some old color negatives I took while working in Japan some 23 years ago.

    The film is faded and I attempted some adjustments to bring back the color but wasn't too aggressive as I rather like the faded look to these photos.

    These really bring back some memories after all this time - great fun to revisit photos I haven't looked at for many years but also interesting to see how my photographic style has changed since those days

    I believe these were taken with my Yashica SLR and the film varies - some is Konica 100 and some is Kodak Gold 100 & 400.

    Three monks and a lady in red



    Wedding procession - I like the eye contact with the groom.



    Guardian of the shrine.



    Fisherman.



    Little Geisha ;-)

    This little girl was very proud of her outfit and really wanted her photo taken ;-)



    Night out with my fellow ex-pats.



    Shot of Mito at night - this was the closest "big" city near where I was working.



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