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    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    Fuji GW690III + Ektachrome 100SW

    I like this a lot. And what a wonderfully androgynous face! Excellent.
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    Exceptional children generally come from exceptional parents. Certainly true here,
    +1 - very nice Rayyan!
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    Two from my new (to me) Hassy 205FCC

    Very nice composition and great light!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    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.

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

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    The same with panoramic adapter:


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    Welcome - nice set to start with! I especially like these two - keep thinking about getting a 7II - this is isn't helping
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    Welcome - nice set to start with! I especially like these two - keep thinking about getting a 7II - this is isn't helping
    Thanks Joe! Two more to help you decide :



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    Triple home-scanned 4x5 Ektachrome blended in Photomatix. Against all composition rules, squeezing horizons together.
    totally gorgeous. looks like a photo-realistic painting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    I like this a lot. And what a wonderfully androgynous face! Excellent.
    thanks Godfrey

    he was a delight to work with. good kid, and his mom was awesome too. he models as both sexes. really does a fantastic job of finding the middle ground. never too feminine, never too masculine in his movements.

    also...i've officially decided ektachrome 100SW is my favorite. every time it comes back from the lab i'm in awe. i'm trying to reverse engineer it's look for digital...i'm not sure it can be done.
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    just a note: i've put a couple more photos of ben (the androgynous model above) in the Leica M thread.
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    Coveted back country ski trail in New England... Fotoman 612 HP5 58XL
    It's only a jpg, but if you click the photograph the resolution is better.
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    Downstairs,

    Can you explain your use of the triple scan and how it effects the photograph? Fantastic photograph! Send a PM if you like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmeckert View Post
    totally gorgeous. looks like a photo-realistic painting.
    +1 -gorgeous!
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    Sometimes, when I have picked up a couple of films at the lab, loaded them in the scanner and the results start appearing on my monitor, I re-discover photography. Sometimes, I know that, even if I could re-create the results with a digital camera, it would take time and effort on the computer and still, I wouldn't be sure if I was there or not. Film has a way to capture the real atmosphere of a scene that I rarely see with digital cameras. The world isn't grain-free, it's as simple as that.

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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
    Sometimes, when I have picked up a couple of films at the lab, loaded them in the scanner and the results start appearing on my monitor, I re-discover photography. Sometimes, I know that, even if I could re-create the results with a digital camera, it would take time and effort on the computer and still, I wouldn't be sure if I was there or not. Film has a way to capture the real atmosphere of a scene that I rarely see with digital cameras. The world isn't grain-free, it's as simple as that.

    F6 with Nikkor 85mm f/1.8 AF and Fuji Proplus II 200
    The film is mostly available in third world countries. In Cambodia, it's $2 per roll and my lab charges me $1.50 for development. Life is good






    Amen! This is exactly the way that I feel when I scan a negative. Both of these photos have a wonderful feel.
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

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    Coveted back country ski trail in New England... Fotoman 612 HP5 58XL
    It's only a jpg, but if you click the photograph the resolution is better.
    Amazing detail.

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    F6 with 85mm f/1.8 and Fuji Proplus II 200

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    Hi Cindy,
    The 58xl is a great lens, and this is a much scaled down version. The resolution on the original is amazing! I love this format!.

    Jorgen-
    Really nice compositions! There's a wonderful flow to Bangkok Wet II, amazing POV!

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    Jorgen-
    Really nice compositions! There's a wonderful flow to Bangkok Wet II, amazing POV!
    Thank you
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    @Jorgen Udvang: amazing photos, especially the Bangkok Wet, TFS!

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    Pencil Tube,
    I love the colors in the second lady shot and the nightscape. Nice work.

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    Pencil Tube,
    I love the colors in the second lady shot and the nightscape. Nice work.
    +1 - nice shots Pencil Tube
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    @Cindy Flood, mountainjoe: Thanks!!!

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    The first time with BW: Tri-X 400


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    Offline CFD 20120610 by Blood4Sunset, on Flickr
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    Pencil Tube, These are both really great. The light and shadow in the first one is superb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Pencil Tube, These are both really great. The light and shadow in the first one is superb.
    +1 Really love the first one
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    Beautiful shots in here, makes me want to try and explore film as I've never had the chance (young-ish and got into photography late).

    My grandma recently gave me an old slide projector and a bunch (maybe about 8-10 holders) of little slides. I'm just wondering if it's possible to scan these onto a computer and what sort of detail I'd get? They look stunning held up to the light considering how small the they are. They have "Kodachrome Transparency" written on the slides as well as "Processed by Kodak" and some numbers on the back.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated, sorry if this is the wrong place to ask.

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    In my opinion, slide is the best film ever made, and slide projector is the best way for viewing the slide. But slide is also hardest for scanning, you should use the best scanner (imacon or drum-scan), i think it will be 90% compare to slide projector.

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    oh my god. I was referred here by Jim to share my shots... though after viewing all your stuff, I feel almost embarassed to post it. I began shooting film about a year ago, and like most teens shooting film, I'm not quite sure what I'm doing. I never seem to be able to get the colours, detail, and contrast that you guys are getting in your shots! I can't seem to get good scan either (probably because I'm using a flatbed scanner, Epson V500). There is some breathtaking work here! I feel extremely humbled looking at the stuff you all produce.

    I suppose I'll post anyway, if anyone has any feedback, feel free to comment!

    I guess I'll start off with a little intro! I'm a 19-year-old boy currently in my home town of Markham, Ontario, Canada. I'm enrolled in the University of Waterloo's Architecture Undergraduate program and I've just completed my first year. During school terms, I live in Cambridge, Ontario, a nice small little town a little west (i believe) of Toronto. I started shooting film a year ago because I wanted to experiment with Medium Format... but then it grew into an obsession with Leica cameras and 35mm. When I entered university, I didn't have the time or money to dedicate to film (scanning, developing, etc.), so I sold all my pricier cameras (M3, Hexar RF, Rolleicord) and only kept my XA. Now that I'm off for summer, I can afford to spend a little more time with film, so I bought myself an Minolta and 15 rolls of Portra during my recent trip to Hong Kong (at $4 a roll in Hong Kong, how could you resist?)

    I'm in a relationship with a girl I met in my program... she also shares my interest in cameras and photography It's nice. She's the girl in my XA photos

    Here are a few of my recent shots:

    Olympus XA + Kodak Gold 400









    I just got my first roll back from the Autocord... it's rather disappointing. I shot the roll on a really sunny day, the shadows were lost and the highlights were blown out... the colours were funky. In all honesty, I don't know how to fix that... I'm sure people don't only photograph on cloudy days... so how do you all get nice shots on sunny days with harsh shadows and sunlight?!

    Minolta Autocord + Portra 160 (converted to BW digitally 'cause the colours were funky)







    And here are a few of my older shots... from maybe a year ago? I really don't remember what they were taken with... I believe these were from a Leica iif, and a Rolleicord III!











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    Some self-promotion - a few with the Zeiss Ikon:






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    Can you explain your use of the triple scan and how it effects the photograph? Fantastic photograph! Send a PM if you like.

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    Simple enough; One negative, three scans - low mid and high values accentuated, blended in Photomatix to taste. This shot is done the same way.

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    Only just discovered this thread. I've shot more film in the last 12 months than digital. I'm even finding it hard to pick up a digital camera. What is wrong with me?

    Are there any other Hass film users here?

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    [QUOTE=biglouis;432427]Only just discovered this thread. I've shot more film in the last 12 months than digital. I'm even finding it hard to pick up a digital camera. What is wrong with me?

    Are there any other Hass film users here?

    Me too. Most times when I shoot digital, I just think I should have shot film.

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    Louis,
    The New Canopy photo has such rich colors and tones. It is a beautiful example of why I love film. I enjoyed all of your photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Louis,
    The New Canopy photo has such rich colors and tones. It is a beautiful example of why I love film. I enjoyed all of your photos.
    Thanks, Cindy. That was like my best mistake ever. I normally find Fuji 400H a bit 'gritty' and not very warm. Then I found myself without any Portra 400 and one lonesome roll of 400H left in my refrigerator so I loaded it into the Fuji as I knew I would need the additional speed when shooting this interior. I was very surprised by the tones myself. I may have misjudged its use but I've not been tempted to get any more 400H (yet).

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    Some old snaps I found in the garage:

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    Hassleblad 500C w/ 80mm Planar - Tri-X

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    Nikon F2 w/Nikkor 180mm f2.8 - Tri-X @ 1600

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    Nikon F2 w/Nikkor 180mm f/2.8 - Tri-X @ 1600

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    Hasselblad 500C w/80mm Planar

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    Some very nostalgic (and impressive) images, Gary. Took the time to view the entire set. Terrific stuff.

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    Some very nostalgic (and impressive) images, Gary. Took the time to view the entire set. Terrific stuff.
    Ditto, ditto, ditto
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    Thank you Lloyd and Jorgen. I appreciate the compliments from such well posted members.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryAyala View Post
    Thank you Lloyd and Jorgen. I appreciate the compliments from such well posted members.

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    "Well posted" LOL. I think that just means we should each get a life!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    "Well posted" LOL. I think that just means we should each get a life!
    But Lloyd, for some of us, photography is our life. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    "Well posted" LOL. I think that just means we should each get a life!
    Lloyd, I'm not sure if there's life on the other side of the camera, just decisive moments
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    Mamiya RZ 110 f/2.8...I love this camera!
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    Nice portrait, Johnny. I'm a bit puzzled that the chair seems to be more in focus than the hair over her nose though.
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    Plus 1 for sure.

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    Hi Jorgen,

    This was shot wide open, so the plane of focus is very thin...really thin. On the master, the chair is not so much in focus compared to the face.

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    I guess the face is closer to the chair than what it appears to be then (at least to me).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I guess the face is closer to the chair than what it appears to be then (at least to me).
    Jorgen,

    In retrospect, I think you're right. The chin is actually touching the edge of the chair. I thought the image was more interesting when the kid was hiding behind the chair.
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    More snaps from the Garage:

    All images taken on Broadway Street, Los Angeles, CA - circa mid 1970's.

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    Gary

    WoW!

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    Gary, You have a treasure trove of fantastic images in your garage.

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