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    Nice series Joe. And I like the faded look as well.

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    Nice series Joe. And I like the faded look as well.
    Thanks Lloyd!
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    Went to Wilder State Park last weekend - they have some very cool old farming buildings and equipment you can tour.

    Contax 645 with Provia 100.

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

    One from last year, Sapa, Vietnam.

    OM-2 with Delta 100. Lens might be OM Zuiko 50mm f/2.0 Macro

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    Very nicely captured, Jorgen. Definitely a timeless quality here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Went to Wilder State Park last weekend - they have some very cool old farming buildings and equipment you can tour.

    Contax 645 with Provia 100.

    Window



    Thanks for looking.
    Great set, Joe. This one with the flags in the window is simply stellar!

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    Very nicely captured, Jorgen. Definitely a timeless quality here.
    +1 completely agree with Lloyd
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    Great set, Joe. This one with the flags in the window is simply stellar!
    Thanks Lloyd
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    +1 completely agree with Lloyd
    Thank you guys. I don't particularly like Delta 100, but it is a film that it's hard to take technically bad photos with. Extremely forgiving and "invisible" grain.
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    I've had a fairly long winter dry spell, but with a few outings here and there. Here's a bit of an update on my "100 Strangers" project (a group on flickr).

    All Hasselblad, all on 150mm Sonnar.



    100 strangers: ken (42/100) by mike thomas, on Flickr



    100 strangers: luis (40/100) by mike thomas, on Flickr



    100 strangers: seth (39/100) by mike thomas, on Flickr



    100 strangers: tiffany (36/100) by mike thomas, on Flickr



    100 strangers: ian (35/100) by mike thomas, on Flickr

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    Very nicely done, Mike. Great idea, and well executed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    One from last year, Sapa, Vietnam.

    OM-2 with Delta 100. Lens might be OM Zuiko 50mm f/2.0 Macro

    I like how you manage to get the most out of 35mm. Wish I could figure it out...

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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




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    That is a very cool shot. I see you've "graduated" to medium format. Once I started, it was very hard to go back to 35mm. I'm forcing myself for the next couple of weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    I like how you manage to get the most out of 35mm. Wish I could figure it out...
    Thanks, Mike. There's nothing much to it. I just go out there and shoot
    The Delta 100 is an amazing film though. It's a modern film with a kind of timeless, classic look. I'm not even sure if it's my style, but I think I can live with the results.
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    Hasselblad/80mm/ Kodak TXP

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    Beautiful portrait, William. Beautiful subject as well.

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    Beautiful portrait, William. Beautiful subject as well.
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    Polaroid Landcamera 350 /Chocolate film.


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    For rent:

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

    Excellent shot, Mr. Tube. What kind of film?
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    @Jorgen Udvang: Thanks! I used fuji 160s with mamiya 645 150mm f2.8

    City view:

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

    Thanks Llloyd, Joe, Godfrey, Jorgen and Mike for your kind words.

    Some beautiful contributoins from many as well, including Joe, Godfrey, Jorgen, Mike, Keith, Pencil_Tube, Yuri, and emmawest!

    You are right Mike the medium format is addictive, when I needed to send the Rollie 75/3.5 in for a small repair and CLA (and another 4 or 5 weeks before I see it again), I jumped on the M7 II when I saw it at the local camera shop, Glazers in Seattle. Lloyd you asked what lens I was using, well it is the 80/4. I would love to pick up a 43mm or 50mm to compliment the 80 but I am attempting to practice restraint.

    Anyway a few more . . . . .










    Mamiya 7 II with 80/4

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    Fuji GF670 / Tri-X / Diafine.


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    That's really a wonderful image, William. And I love the effect of the shallow depth of field here; really 3D. Nice.

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    Thai Fishing Port
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    [IMG] Loading by Ray Evans1

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    Very nicely documented, Ray.

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    Recent photos in New England using 612/H1 and Fuji rvp 50/100
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    Mong bridge:



    Sai Gon bridge:



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    I have not posted for a while because I was too busy shooting.


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    Canon T70 with Canon FD 24mm f2.8 lens and Hoya no.25 red filter. Film stock was Ilford FP4.

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    Fuji GA645 on ADOX CHS 100 Art


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    Johnnygoesdigital: love the shots from Stowe.

    Pencil_tube: Great night shots, especially the Sai gon bridge. Stunning.

    Kay: Wonderful portraits. I especially love that Blade and Soul #1.

    tribal-warrior: I'd almost forgotten how terrific a little help from a filter can be. Great image. Love the contrast and the tonality.

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    Kay: Wonderful portraits. I especially love that Blade and Soul #1.
    Thanks Lloyd. That's one of my favorites from the entire weekend of shooting as well.

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    @Lloyd: thanks for your kind words!

    My friends:



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    Very pretty friends!!! And very nice photos of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    tribal-warrior: I'd almost forgotten how terrific a little help from a filter can be. Great image. Love the contrast and the tonality.
    Thanks! At the time, I was doing some tri-colour photography - also shooting the ruins with a blue filter and a green filter. The plan being to later combine all three frames to create a single colour image. Even so, I thought that the one exposed with the red filter looked nice on it's own as a black and white image.
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    Inori Yuzuriha #1 by Araakii, on Flickr

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    Here's an old one, taken at Luton airport in 1980 as we left on honeymoon. Does anyone even have 'going away outfits' anymore? Pentax K1000, 50mm Takumar, film forgotten, Paterson Acutol, scanner forgotten!



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    Just got a Hasselblad. Here are some shots from the first roll.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Araakii View Post
    Just got a Hasselblad. Here are some shots from the first roll.
    Wonderful images. Congrats on the new Hassey!

    (I saw your ad for the Leica gear. Wish I could take some of that off your hands, but it's not in the cards at the moment. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Back to 35mm for me for the last couple of weeks: Leica R8.

    Wow Mike. Those just jump off the page! Love the crisp, contrasty detail of the first two. Wonderful tonality as well. That last shot is priceless... what a mug!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    Here's an old one, taken at Luton airport in 1980 as we left on honeymoon. Does anyone even have 'going away outfits' anymore? Pentax K1000, 50mm Takumar, film forgotten, Paterson Acutol, scanner forgotten!



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    We have both changed a bit in the interim...
    Love this. Memory photos are always the best... changes or not.

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    I love your Iceland shots, Richard! #1 with the three horses is so very good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Wonderful images. Congrats on the new Hassey!

    (I saw your ad for the Leica gear. Wish I could take some of that off your hands, but it's not in the cards at the moment. )
    Argh, Lloyd, ya I hope those gears will find a lovely home since they can't share my love for the Hassey now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Araakii View Post

    Just got a Hasselblad. Here are some shots from the first roll.


    Fan Expo Vancouver 2012 #4 by Araakii, on Flickr

    ...

    Great stuff, man. I knew you'd make a Hasselblad sing. Great square comps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Wow Mike. Those just jump off the page! Love the crisp, contrasty detail of the first two. Wonderful tonality as well. That last shot is priceless... what a mug!
    Thanks, Lloyd . Efke 50 in Rodinal for the B&W. The colors are my own poor color scans (the lab's were even worse, though!).

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    Back to 35mm for me for the last couple of weeks: Leica R8.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Great stuff, man. I knew you'd make a Hasselblad sing. Great square comps.
    Thanks Mike. The learning curve was surprisingly short :-)

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    I realised I hadn't played with the Fuji GA645 for a while, so in went some Tri-x. The first is heavily cropped because I couldn't get Vuescan to play nicely with the 120 holder I have for the Nikon 9000. After that I used my 6x7 holder in the Imacon and just scanned what I wanted for the second. I guess I must have scratched the negative on number one.






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