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

    GX680IIIs with 125mm f/3.2 on Fuji Acros 100

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    Very kewl, Jorgen. Wonderful tonality. That Arcos really has a soft touch.

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    Very kewl, Jorgen. Wonderful tonality. That Arcos really has a soft touch.
    +1

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

    Here's another with the Fotoman 612 and Fuji Acros.
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    Thanks, guys. Acros is almost too nice. I'll have to do some digging into the more grainy and/or contrasty stuff as well.

    Here's another one on Acros, 65mm this time:


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    it amazes me how much detail you all get out of each image, and how clean and grain free each photo is! Is it my film choice, scanning technique, exposure, or developing technique that gets me such grainy photos?!

    Anyway, a straight copy from the Digital M Thread These were shot on a Yashica T4 (in Vancouver) and a Contax T2 (in Toronto) with Kodak Gold 400 (the only colour film I could afford at the time)




    Hey all!

    I'm incredibly behind but I definitely like what I see, as usual :P

    In the past week I've moved from Vancouver BC, to Markham ON, to Cambridge ON... packed, unpacked, packed, and unpacked. My summer's pretty much come to an end, school is starting in a week.

    I was asked if I regret anything, or if I was satisfied this Summer. I tried really hard to think about something I regret... but I couldn't find anything. I'm more than satisfied with what I've done this summer, and can confidently say that I've done everything, and more than, what I wanted to do.

    Not much else to say

    These are the photos from my last week of summer We started it off at a resort on the Vancouver Islands, came back to Vancouver to pack, a few days in Toronto (one on the Toronto Islands, riding quadricycles with my family and Hillary's) :P Our parents met... they seem to like each other lots

    The first few photos from the resort are taken with the Yashica T4, the ones in Toronto are taken with my new Contax T2















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    Back in Toronto...















    Sorry for the long post

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

    Patrick,
    It's mostly about the camera. My latest postings here are made with a Fuji GX680 medium format camera. Much, much larger negatives (6x8 cm). If you want less grain in 35mm, try Kodak Ektar 100 for colour or Ilford Pan F Plus 50 for b&w. Apart from that, another great series of photos from you. Keep the flow running

    Here's another one from me. 05.30 in the morning, and the monk came out, wondering what I was doing with that big thing on a tripod outside his temple. I said I was waiting to take his portrait

    GX680 and Acros again

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    Jorgen,

    I agree, your photos have a great amount of detail and clarity-just fantastic! Can you share your process?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Jorgen,

    I agree, your photos have a great amount of detail and clarity-just fantastic! Can you share your process?
    Thanks a lot. Ok, I will try.

    To start with, I'm a rather slow, elaborate photographer. When shooting street, I usually take time to get to know the area and let people getting used to my presence, synchronise my heartbeat with theirs so to say. When I shoot with the GX680, I always use a tripod (I am considering buying an MF camera that is more suitable for handheld shooting, either a Fuji GF670 folder or something with autofocus, like a Rolleiflex 6000 series or Hy6). With the F6 or other 35mm cameras, I always use lenses with wide apertures, f/1.8 or wider, to get fast shutter speeds.

    My scanner is just an old Epson 3200 which I will upgrade with a Better Scanning film holder soon and possibly some better software than the standard Epson one.

    Post processing is rather simple, and done in 2 or 3 steps (the scanner software I use doesn't output RAW files, so this is all done in Photoshop):

    - If exposure is off, I usually adjust levels rather than exposure since I feel it gives more flexibility.

    - Contrast and brightness is adjusted using curves. Curves is an amazingly powerful tool, and it's something I use in almost every photo I publish.

    - The last step is sharpening. If the photo isn't perfectly sharp, I sharpen the full res photo using USM and a large radius (usually 1.5 to 2.5) and a moderate amount, usually 40-80. After reducing to web size, I practically always sharpen for web using USM again, but this time radius is 0.2 to 0.5 (photos with much detail, particularly portraits, get the smaller diameter) while the amount is increased to somewhere between 70 and 120, usually towards the lower end of that range. (These rules do not apply for printing, which is a completely different ballgame.)

    Sometimes, photos give a different visual impression when presented at a smaller size, and there's a need to boost brightness and/or contrast. If that is the case, I simply use the Brightness/Contrast tool to enhance either.

    I never use noise reduction on scanned images, since I see grain as a natural part of the final image when using film, but likewise, I never enhance grain. Choosing the right film for the occasion is important.

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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
    Here's another one from me. 05.30 in the morning, and the monk came out, wondering what I was doing with that big thing on a tripod outside his temple. I said I was waiting to take his portrait

    GX680 and Acros again

    Jorgen, love the photograph and love the fantastic story behind it even better. "I said I was waiting to take his portrait." I couldn't help but laugh when I read that and thought about the moment!

    Also love the Ilford Pan F Plus 50 for B&W that you mentioned above to Patrick. Love the fine to no grain look and detail in the photographs. I have used it with my Rolliflex. Patrick if you are interested you can find some sample photographs in the TLR thread: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/analog...-anyone-2.html in number 62 and 56. Also use the Pan F Plus 50 with the 35mm format and samples can be found here: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/analog...m-film-55.html in # 2706.

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    Thank you Dan. Here's another one, and what I really went to Banteay Chhmar for.

    After 800 years, overgrown by jungle, looting, war, genocide... it's still there. Banteay Chhmar is an amazing place in the middle of nowhere.

    GX680IIIs with 65mm f/5.6 and Acros 100

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    Last one for today. GX680 and Acros as usual.

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    The SX-70 and Impossible film is so delightfully unpredictable...


    Polaroid SX-70 + Impossible Project Color Shade
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    .. and it produces photos that look like nothing else.

    thanks for looking. comments always appreciated.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Here's another with the Fotoman 612 and Fuji Acros.
    This is really beautiful. I wish I could see it in a bigger size. Do you have a link to a bigger size?

    Patrick, I really enjoyed the photos from the resort with your girlfriend and the parents. I also have a Konica T4, but I haven't used it in a very long time. Maybe I better give it a spin.

    Jorgen, The photos with the 6x8 are really spectacular. That camera really meshes with your style.

    Godfrey, Very cool. I like the unpredictable part of photography.

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    Godfrey, that is so nice. Love the effect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Last one for today. GX680 and Acros as usual.

    The is a serious winner, Jorgen. Reminds me of the Farm Home Administration images from the Great Depression. A real timeless quality to this.

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    Godfrey, that is so nice. Love the effect.
    +1

    ... and thank you Lloyd and Cindy. Carrying the GX680 around is really an interesting experience

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    Very cool images, Jeremy, and the portrait of the woman has everything

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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
    +1

    ... and thank you Lloyd and Cindy. Carrying the GX680 around is really an interesting experience
    Thanks Jorgen!

    Just looked through your GX680 work. Very nice indeed!

    Now that camera is a bit of a bear to travel with. Kinda bulky and heavy. I've always loved medium format film work tho, I learned a lot of the basics with a '49 Rolleiflex that my grandfather loaned me and the 6x6 format is especially dear to me. I've had several Rolleiflexes, Yashicamats, etc, at last gasp I had both Hassy SWC and 500C/M. The SWC is the film camera I miss the most.

    My interest in the format was revived when I happened into a pair of Zeiss Ikon Super Ikontas .. A and B. The B is the 6x6 model. But I didn't hang onto them long, they were sold somewhere around 2006. Loved the compact carryable nature of these folders. ... Now I'm waiting for the Balda Baldix 6x6 I found to arrive. If that works out well, one of the Fuji GF670s or Voigtländer Bessa IIIs could well find its way here.

    There will be a reckoning sometime soon, I fear. I'm at a personal high water mark for fun cameras that I actually use. Between the SX70, the CL, the Rollei 35S, the Nikon F, the M4-2, the Baldix ... Sheesh! five *film* cameras already. It can't go on like this. Or can it ... ? =8^O

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    For a digital forum there is some seriously good stuff going on in here.

    Better keep it secret or the mods might want to stop it

    Jorgen, the Monk photograph alone is a real winner.

    Jeremy, those tones are fantastic - I especially like the seated gent in the hat.

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    Hi Cindy,
    thanks for the comments. It is a low res jpg, but if you click on the photo, it should open a wee bit bigger.

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    Mamiya 645AFD II + Mamiya Sekor C 80mm f/1.9 N with Ilford Delta 100. Shot at 1/125s, f/1.9. One beauty dish with grid (on her) and one reflector with 5 degree grid (on the background).

    Keeping film photography and printing alive!
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Hi Cindy,
    thanks for the comments. It is a low res jpg, but if you click on the photo, it should open a wee bit bigger.
    Yes, I did make it bigger, but I want to take a better look. It looks very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tibor View Post
    Mamiya 645AFD II + Mamiya Sekor C 80mm f/1.9 N with Ilford Delta 100. Shot at 1/125s, f/1.9. One beauty dish with grid (on her) and one reflector with 5 degree grid (on the background).

    Nice work with a wonderful lens. Lovely.
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    Nice work with a wonderful lens. Lovely.
    +1

    Although I keep seeing mixed review of that lens, making excellent photos with it seems to be very possible. Maybe I have to try that one out also
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Nice work with a wonderful lens. Lovely.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    +1

    Although I keep seeing mixed review of that lens, making excellent photos with it seems to be very possible. Maybe I have to try that one out also
    Thank you both for being so kind. I really appreciate it! And yes, the lens is really marvelous. Love it.
    Keeping film photography and printing alive!

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    Another from the session I did last Saturday morning's walk...

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    These Polaroids ... I really like how this camera sees. It's like the camera sees from a different space compared to my other cameras.

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    fotoman dmax 45mm f11 efke 50 at 200 dr5

    North Brother island x-ray room


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    Wonderful stuff on this thread!! Keep 'em coming!

    Jeremy: Great set. Some magical images there, for me the last one in particular. Love that tone.

    Louis: Very kewl image. Sort of an optical illusion to me. My mind keeps wanting to see it as a tilt shift image.

    Tibor: Wonderful portrait. That lens (when in the right hands, obviously) is magic. I love your lighting as well. Nicely done.

    Godfrey: Those polaroid shots are really terrific!

    Matto: Those shots from Brother Island could keep you up nights! Especially the X-rays! I never cease to be amazed at your access to forbidden places. Great work.

    Dan: Great work with that 7II. I can't imagine that there are sharper lenses for any MF camera than those for the Mamiya MF rangefinders. And you've used them wonderfully on the Virginia and the Puget.

    Thumbs up all around folks!

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    After the water has been raised in the lock . . . . .



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    Puget ~ Army Corps of Engineers ~ Ballard Locks ~ Seattle, WA

    Getting underway to exit the lock . . . . .







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    Fuji GF670 + Acros 100

    LE Auckland Motorway by BigHausen, on Flickr

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    Nice work, Vid! Very nice. All good, but I love that beach scene from Normandy in particular.

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

    sizifo, The Normandy shots are special and I also like the one from London.

    Dan, You are rocking that Mamiya 7 II. The shots are all creative and crystal clear. You have reminded me why I like that camera so much.

    Hausen, I really like that black and white highway scene.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sizifo View Post
    Two more, shot in London. Both are Canon FD, 50mm f:1.4, HP5+ iso400 in t-max developer
    I especially like this. A little rotation anticlockwise and it is perfect.

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    Thanks all, for the kind words, I'm slowly trying to get caught back up with film scanning older items in prep for my MFA show this upcoming April.

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    Some shots from around Mt. Ranier and Seattle. Leica R and 50 lux.








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    And a few more from Alaska, same setup.







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    Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    I especially like this.
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    The 'Flying Flea' at Tan y Bwlch September 1961

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