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    Two from my new (to me) Hassy 205FCC




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    Continuing my cosplay project.



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    Lubitel and Ilford FP4.

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    Rolleiflex SL66 / 50mm / Kodak Plus-X in diafine.

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    Too little time for film and scanning lately, but there's film in the fridge and I've promised my self to use it more. It's so rewarding.

    All with F6 with 85mm f/1.8 and Pan F Plus







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    Nikon FE / 35 mm
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Here are two more.

    F6 with 85mm f/1.8 and Pan F Plus




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    Kodak Pro Image 100, don't remember what camera.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Kodak Pro Image 100, don't remember what camera.


    Jorgen - love this shot!
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    The whole set is excellent, but that "Wet, Asian Concrete" is amazing!!

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    And something completely different:


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    Kodak Pro Image 100


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

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Kodak Pro Image 100, don't remember what camera.
    Love this one Jøorgen. My kinda shot. Love the wet, and the position of the umbrella. Well done.
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    Thanks, John, Joe and Lloyd. I've been trying to figure out which camera and lens I used for this. Probably the F6 with 50 or 85mm f/1.8. I found the film roll in the fridge the other day, and wasn't even sure if it was exposed or not

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    Here are a few on Portra 160 with the F6:
    Part of my "Deconstruction" series (http://jbcrane.zenfolio.com/deconstruction):

    New found treasures.


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    Here's one from last Septmeber's trip to Washington State's Olympic National Park. This is from my "Olympic" Series (http://jbcrane.zenfolio.com/washington):

    It's Tri-X with the Mamiya RZ67. Loving this combination for this kind of work.
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    It seems like yesterday...


    The one on your left is now a senior consultant doctor in oncology.
    The one on the right is in civil service.

    I have posted many pictures of their children. And the stories I tell them.

    I do not remeber the camera. But I think it is the Pentax Spotmatic.
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    "Wet, Asian Concrete" is superb. How can I get a copy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    It seems like yesterday...


    The one on your left is now a senior consultant doctor in oncology.
    The one on the right is in civil service.

    I have posted many pictures of their children. And the stories I tell them.

    I do not remeber the camera. But I think it is the Pentax Spotmatic.
    Beautiful... picture and subjects. Time does indeed fly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Beautiful... picture and subjects. Time does indeed fly.
    Thank you my friend. Really seems like yesterday Lloyd!!

    Regards.

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    This is terrific. I want a print. :-)

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    Kodak Pro Image 100, don't remember what camera.

    Wonderful!!

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    Wet, Asian Concrete

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    Inspired by rayyan, I dug out some old negs and scanned a couple. You have seen my hairy son a few times:



    Well these two were taken when he was about one, in 1991 with a Pentax SF1a - a rotten beast of a camera - using TMax100, TMax developer, and now scanned with an Imacon 848. I can't claim any value for them as photographs, but it is amusing to look back:





    Pretty rotten early autofocus!

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    Really nice, Chris. That last one is priceless. The one in the playpen makes me laugh. My son had stripped PJs like that, and my mother called them prison stripes, as he was so often corralled in the playpen while wearing them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    Inspired by rayyan, I dug out some old negs and scanned a couple. You have seen my hairy son a few times:





    Pretty rotten early autofocus!

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    Hi Chris. This is a priceless pic.

    Regards.

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

    First post with some pics.

    Mamiya 7II:


    The same with panoramic adapter:


    Mamiya 645ProTL:
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    Quote Originally Posted by gcap View Post
    First post with some pics.
    Welcome to the forum. Fantastic images.

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    Welcome. I agree with Lloyd and I'm looking forward to more!

    Quote Originally Posted by gcap View Post
    First post with some pics.

    Mamiya 7II:


    The same with panoramic adapter:


    Mamiya 645ProTL:

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    chrism, Love seeing your son then and now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Welcome to the forum. Fantastic images.
    Lloyd, Cindy thank you!

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    Welcome. I agree with Lloyd and I'm looking forward to more!
    Second that! Welcome and please show us more

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    Took this with my newly acquired GX680 - love the 6x8 format!

    I may have been a bit aggressive with my pp

    Pigeon Point Lighthouse - California coast:



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    Some colours in that photo, Joe. What film did you use? Did you use a polariser?

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    Some colours in that photo, Joe. What film did you use? Did you use a polariser?
    Thanks Jorgen - this was taken with Kodak Ektachrome 100VS.

    Some tonal contrast & wb adjustments in pp.
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    Then and Now in Piazza Cordusio, Milan.
    'Now' done with a Fuji 6x9 with a 60mm lens on Ektachrome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Took this with my newly acquired GX680 - love the 6x8 format!

    I may have been a bit aggressive with my pp

    Pigeon Point Lighthouse - California coast:



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    The detail from the 6x8 is amazing. Beautiful!

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    Then and Now in Piazza Cordusio, Milan.
    'Now' done with a Fuji 6x9 with a 60mm lens on Ektachrome.
    Downstairs,
    Your re-creation of the scene is so marvelous. I love how you waited for the street car to be positioned in just the right place and your timing of the light. All of the details really are great!!!!!!!

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    Too little time for film and scanning lately, but there's film in the fridge and I've promised my self to use it more. It's so rewarding.

    All with F6 with 85mm f/1.8 and Pan F Plus

    Jorgen a great set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainjoe View Post
    Took this with my newly acquired GX680 - love the 6x8 format!

    I may have been a bit aggressive with my pp

    Pigeon Point Lighthouse - California coast:



    Cheers,
    Bravo!! Wonderful capture Joe!!

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    I want to be a doctor he said...


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    He is a doctor today. Specialized in Interventional Radiology.

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    Done with a Linear 9x12 on Agfachrome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    I want to be a doctor he said...


    You have to be good, very very good in your studies, I said. You have to
    excel. I will he said.


    He is a doctor today. Specialized in Interventional Radiology.
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    Fuji GW690III + Ektachrome 100SW

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    First scan off of Ektar 100. I like it! Purple artichoke fields in Lompoc, Ca. at Baroda farms. Shot with the Fuji 617, 180mm lens at very near the closest focusing distance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pfigen View Post
    First scan off of Ektar 100. I like it! Purple artichoke fields in Lompoc, Ca. at Baroda farms. Shot with the Fuji 617, 180mm lens at very near the closest focusing distance.
    Beautiful photo. Ektar impresses me a lot. I have to try a few rolls for myself.

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    Triple home-scanned 4x5 Ektachrome blended in Photomatix. Against all composition rules, squeezing horizons together.
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    That's gorgeous!

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    very lovely still life, downstairs!

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