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

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    The 'Flying Flea' at Tan y Bwlch September 1961

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    That is a gorgeous photograph. Thanks for sharing.

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    All in all, this is probably the best photograph I took all summer.

    Hasselblad 500CM, Planar 80/2.8, Kodak Portra 160.

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    Thanks Lloyd for the comments. First time in Seattle - envious of you guys living there - well at least in August
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Rolleiflex 2.8F Planar and Tri-X 400
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Sweet shots, Cindy. Sweet camera too.

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    Sweet shots, Cindy. Sweet camera too.
    +1 - the tones are wonderful!

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

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    Sweet shots, Cindy. Sweet camera too.
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    +1 - the tones are wonderful!

    ++2! Wonderful Photographs! Number one is my favorite,

    Just what I need a little inspiration to go out and put a couple of rolls through my rolleiflex.

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    Very cool images, Jeremy, and the portrait of the woman has everything
    +!! Love them all with the portrait of the woman and then the man sitting are my two favorites. Nice post processing, outstanding.

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    One more from the Wisconsin Hot Rod rally on Labor Day Weekend.
    Rolleiflex 2.8f Planar with Kodak TX400
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Very nice, Cindy!

    I'm loading film into the Baldix right now ... Lessee if I have anything to show next week.

    (This'll be the first 6x6 I've shot since 2004. My, time flies.)

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    F6 with 85mm f/1.8, probably wide open. It was dark in there.

    This is taken on Fuji Pro 160C, but the whole roll was for some reason 1-2 stops underexposed and the colours came out weird an grungy, so I converted it to b&w in PS.

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    Last edited by ken_vs_ryu; 22nd September 2012 at 00:03.
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

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    Very nice, Cindy!

    ++1!

    Another beautiful shot Cindy!

    Love the light the sharp detail, that tire looks like it going to roll right out of the picture, the reflections in car along with the soft bokeh in the background!

    Jorgen, lovely photograph, great isolation on the man, really pops out in the picture. He appears to be keeping an eye on you while you are taking the shot.

    Ken, nice shot of Yankee Stadium, George Steinbrenner must be rolling over in his grave Soccer in Yankee Stadium.

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

    Ocean Navigator pushing Signature Seafoods Barge ~ Outward Bound ~ Ballard Locks ~ Seattle, WA



    Mamiya 7II ~ 50mm F4.5 ~ Kodak Porta 160

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    what film do you use seakayaker? very nice colors. what do you scan with?

    Pele and the Cosmos played at the original Yankee Stadium while George was around.

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

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    Ferry in Dry Dock ~ Anacortes, WA



    Mamiya 7II - 50mm F4.5
    Very dramatic. Looks like Kodachrome used to do!

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

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    Ferry in Dry Dock ~ Anacortes, WA

    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8440/8...f88e17b0_c.jpg

    Mamiya 7II - 50mm F4.5
    Nice!
    You visiting LensWork Publishing, Dan? If so, say hello to Brooks for me. :-)

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    Ken, The detail in Yankee Stadium is fantastic. Eye candy!

    Dan, Your nautical photos are really fine. I love the colors that you are getting from the Mamiya.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by ken_vs_ryu View Post
    what film do you use seakayaker? very nice colors. what do you scan with?

    Pele and the Cosmos played at the original Yankee Stadium while George was around.
    The film was Kodak Porta 160. The negatives were developed and scanned at 60 minute photo in Seattle.

    . . . . . thanks for the reminder regarding that little piece of history with the great Pele playing at Yankee Stadium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Nice!
    You visiting LensWork Publishing, Dan? If so, say hello to Brooks for me. :-)
    Thanks for your kind works Godfrey!

    I am a subscriber with LensWork but have not dropped by their offices. I believe that photograph was taken on a Saturday or Sunday evening up in Anacortes. The LensWork office is on 3rd street which is across from the shipyard where the photograph was taken. If ever up there when they are open I will drop in and say hello.

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

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    Ken, The detail in Yankee Stadium is fantastic. Eye candy!

    Dan, Your nautical photos are really fine. I love the colors that you are getting from the Mamiya.

    Cindy, thanks for your kind words. Yes the Mamiya is a wonderful medium format camera. Great lens which are sharp and certainly capture lots of detail. Love the photographs with the color film as well as black and white. I do wish they sold B&W 220 film, certainly can not find it around except in color.

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    Honestly speaking, for those outdoor shots, i prefer to use Velvia or Provia or Ektar or Reala over Portra, i will use Portra mostly or mainly for portraits indoor or outdoor, i feel the colors are muted or disaturated for these kind of shots, i like Portra no doubt, but i will not use it for these shots.
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    Dan, Love these, love the Portra. It is my color film of choice. Seattle really has some beautiful neighborhoods and interesting locals.

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    photos with the Balda Baldix 6x6 ...

    I've been itching to take the old Balda (1955ish Baldix 6x6 folder) for a walk since it arrived, finally had a chance to do so over the weekend.

    I loaded it with Fuji Acros 100 for testing. I made a loading mistake this first time which cost me one frame out of the twelve. I know what I did wrong so I'll not do that one again. :-)

    Otherwise, the camera performed very nicely other than for opening it. The lens standard mechanism is sticky and I think there's something slightly out of alignment in it. It opens and snaps into place properly, eventually, but it takes a lot of careful fussing to make that happen. I'll bring it by the camera repair shop and see what Fred can do to massage it. Otherwise, the lens seems good, the shutter seems pretty accurate and the images have that lovely vintage look to them ... I felt good about posting a few:




    All six are available to see on Flickr, here's a slide show:
    Garden Walk - Balda - 2012

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    Godfrey, Bravo. I looked at your entire set on Flickr and love the look. My favorite is the first one that you displayed here.
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    Thanks Cindy!

    It's a pleasure to work with 6x6 again. I could get hooked...! ;-)

    I'd rather not keep fussing and fiddling it to work, risking further damage, so I dropped the Baldix off at the camera repair shop today. Fred's off in Germany for a couple of weeks on vacation—I'll likely not hear from him until about the middle of October with an estimate.

    Fun fun fun...

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

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    Godfrey, Bravo. I looked at your entire set on Flickr and love the look. My favorite is the first one that you displayed here.

    ++1! Nice work Godfrey, I do like all six but my favorite is the last with the 2 gentleman sitting at the table!

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    Hi all. I'm new to the forum after many months of reading. Here is a shot from the Library of Congress interior taken with my AFD on Provia 100 with 150mm lens.
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    Honestly speaking, for those outdoor shots, i prefer to use Velvia or Provia or Ektar or Reala over Portra, i will use Portra mostly or mainly for portraits indoor or outdoor, i feel the colors are muted or disaturated for these kind of shots, i like Portra no doubt, but i will not use it for these shots.
    Thanks for your feedback, I will see if I can pick up some of the film you suggested and give it a try.

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    Hi all. I'm new to the forum after many months of reading. Here is a shot from the Library of Congress interior taken with my AFD on Provia 100 with 150mm lens.

    Welcome! A beautiful photograph! I look forward to seeing many more to come.

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

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    Dan, Love these, love the Portra. It is my color film of choice. Seattle really has some beautiful neighborhoods and interesting locals.

    Thanks Cindy! Yes I have been loving the Porta, both the 160 and 400. Yes Seattle and surrounding area has many photographic locations, some very nice place to walk with a camera or two!

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    ++1! Nice work Godfrey, I do like all six but my favorite is the last with the 2 gentleman sitting at the table!
    Thanks Dan!

    Have to say that's my favorite from this roll too. I love what the Baltar 75mm lens does with all of them, though. The interesting thing is that my exposure foo is fine ... every frame is within the right exposure ballpark, all having made just one reference light reading. The challenge with the Baldix is focusing properly.

    I'm hooked, dammit. I considered that I'll probably not see the Baldix back for a month or so, happened across what looks to be a lovely Voigtländer Perkeo II with the Skopar 80mm f/3.5 lens, and bought it. Magpie Syndrome strikes again...

    Sheesh, who knows? Maybe next year instead of buying a new Leica M I'll just get a new Voigtländer Bessa III and become a true anachronism. ;-)
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Cindy, thanks for the inspiration, I did get a chance to get out with the Rollieflex and put a couple of rolls of film through it.


    Red Leaves ~ Cultus Bay Nursery ~ Whidbey Island, WA




    Bird House ~ Cultus Bay Nursery ~ Whidbey Island, WA




    Rolleiflex Zeiss Planar 75mm f3.5 ~ Kodak Porta 160

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

    MV Kittitas ~ Approaching the Dock ~ Mukilteo Ferry Terminal ~ Mukilteo, WA




    Beach Walk ~ Fort Casey ~ Coupeville, WA




    Rolleiflex Zeiss Planar 75mm f3.5 ~ Kodak Porta 160

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

    Some from my last shoot!

    Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID + Mamiya 180mm f/4.5 + Mamiya tilt/shift adapter + Fuji Acros 100 home developed in Rodinal





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    Dan, The Rollei has a different look than the Mamiya. I love both of mine, but find it is more fun to shoot with the Rollei. It takes more time to frame and focus the TLR (for me, anyway). Your photos are all beautiful.

    Aryan, These are very moody and edgy. You sure nailed the focus. I'd like to see more.

    Godfrey, I'm looking forward to seeing how the Voigtlander lens renders.

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    First one is lovely, Aryan.
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    Welcome! A beautiful photograph! I look forward to seeing many more to come.
    Thank you. There are a lot of very talented photographers here. I just started shooting about 3.5yrs ago and film in March of this year. I find film to be more enjoyable.
    Here is another shot with my 617 on Pan F Plus. Super Angulon 90. F22, 30 seconds.
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Dan, Aryan and Greg: great stuff.

    Here is one from a trip to the Buckinghamshire countryside a couple of weekends ago. Hass 500CM, 80/2.8, Portra 160.

    After The Harvest

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    eye in the sky. by kvr_vs_film, on Flickr

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    'Blondins' at Pen yr Orsedd slate quarry, Nantlle, December 1984, Hasselblad 2000FC, 80mm Planar

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

    Nice work, John and ken!

    I'm almost through my first roll of film shooting with the Perkeo II now, one more exposure to go. Re-discovering 6x6 with these old folders is having a profound influence on me, so much so that I decided to buy a modern 6x6 folder for a modern lens and rangefinder. A new Voigtländer 667 Bessa III just arrived ... I'll get a chance to put some film through it this Sunday.

    I'm willing to sell some of my unused equipment to fund this camera, so expect to see a 'for sale' posting in the upcoming week ... :-)

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