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    I've recently discovered that I'm an RF guy instead of a TLR or an SLR guy. Or maybe it's because of the 6x9 vs 6x6.
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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
    I've recently discovered that I'm an RF guy instead of a TLR or an SLR guy. Or maybe it's because of the 6x9 vs 6x6.
    Even i have 2 RF MF cameras i still love to go with SLR, not yet having any TLR, but i never get addicted or dedicated to one type of any format, even with LF i have Press and field and i can go with view cam too, and one day i will add a Tech cam too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    Even i have 2 RF MF cameras i still love to go with SLR, not yet having any TLR, but i never get addicted or dedicated to one type of any format, even with LF i have Press and field and i can go with view cam too, and one day i will add a Tech cam too.
    Not sure that being "addicted or dedicated to one type of any format" was the point. :-) I like all of them too, but lately I just want as compact a camera as I can get ... the Bessa III folder is not small, but it's handy to carry when folded up. The Perkeo II is jacket-pocket sized.

    New negs from the Perkeo II today ... I might have time to scan them tomorrow. Looks like a great lens on that camera!

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    Pitch 93, Petticoat Lane - about 30 minutes after dawn, last Thursday.

    Hasselblad SWC, Kodak Portra 400

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

    Dan, Really like what you do with the Rolleiflex. Potting shed has really nice DOF.

    Ken, Eye in the sky has nice tones and composition.

    BigLouis, Your photo with SWC is really eye candy. The lighting is perfect and the detail is outstanding...so much to look at.

    John, Beautiful, silky water.
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Contax G2, Contax G 28 f/2.8 Biogon T*, Portra 160
    Orca, Lake Superior Commercial Fishing Boat- Red Cliff, Wisconsin


    Contax G2, Contax 90 f/2.8 Sonnar T*, Portra 160
    Wade House Celebrating 150th Anniversary of Civil War (Could have used a little more speed, but I like the effect of the horse moving.)


    Rolleiflex 2.8F Planar and Portra 160
    Comes Aboat- Cornucopia, Wisconsin
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    Cindy, thanks for your kind words.

    Great colours and composition in your work. The 'Civil War' picture is particularly evocative!

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    Thanks, John and BigLouis. John, the Orca was fascinating. I saw other photos of similar old great lakes boats while I was there. They look like submarines. I guess they can take the rough waters.

    John, Now your photo is big enough to take a good look! I love it! The lighting coming down is beautiful and the detail and silky water is lovely. Your metering was perfect. I bet it will make a great wall-hanger.

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    Cindy,

    Thanks for the comments. When I upload pics, I try to make them a good size for viewing, but you have to "click", on them first. I love your squares with the Rolleiflex and the 2.8 planar! What screen do you use?

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

    John, Yes, I know I have to click, but yesterday it was too small for me to get a good look.
    I use the Maxwell screen in my Rolleiflex, but my Rolleicord V has the $30 Rick Oleson screen in it, and it is easy to focus, too. Of course, TLR's take a little more care in focusing than rangefinders (for me, anyway.) I love shooting 6x6 and 6x7!

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    Sunday Morning Bus Stop


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

    That's rather nice, Jeremy.

    (I do wish the woman didn't have a cigarette in her hand.)

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    Park Bench In Trees


    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 Godfrey View Post
    That's rather nice, Jeremy.

    (I do wish the woman didn't have a cigarette in her hand.)
    Thanks, Godfrey, if it helps, she's a non-smoker now :-)

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    Mamiya rz, portra...sunset in New England
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    That's a winner, John.
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    Voigtländer Perkeo II

    Another from the Perkeo II roll of XP2 Super. The light level was an issue .. proper exposure had me down to f/4 and 1/10 second, and getting the focus on the mark proves challenging when you're guesstimating.

    I scanned my first roll out of the Bessa III last evening ... having a coupled rangefinder solves that focus problem for sure! I've also bought some Ilford 3200 film to help with the low light situations issue.

    I love this format. :-)
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    Three Italian Beauties

    A trio of lovely Italian cars from my first roll through the Voigtländer Bessa III ...







    Voigtländer Bessa III - Fuji Neopan ACROS 100

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    Godfrey - great subject for your camera. The Fiat 500 is a lovely shot but I also really likes the tones on the Lancia, nice framing too.

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    ‘Express’ parcels - old style. Isle of Man Railway, Port Erin, 1958.
    Kodak Brownie model D box camera. 620-size Verichrome Pan film.

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    Wow, I just rode that railway last October! :-) hasn't changed much.

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    the Ducati 250 ...

    A couple more photos from All Italian Day ... My friend TJ Noto with the 1966 Ducati 250 I sold to Carl Liebold, who sold it to him—now (finally!) fully restored and running:





    Voigtländer Bessa III

    Great to see you both, TJ! :-)
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    Sweet ride!!! Great shots.
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

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    Sweet ride!!! Great shots.
    Thanks Lloyd!

    Re-discovering my love of 6x6 is changing things. The Bessa III is great, the Perkeo II is similarly wonderful.

    Time now to "rationalize" the equipment I've got. I want far less now. :-)

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

    Lovely photos from the Bessa III, Godfrey, such an amazing clarity.
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

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    Lovely photos from the Bessa III, Godfrey, such an amazing clarity.
    Thanks, Jorgen! You'd enjoy them in 11x11 prints too ... or larger even. I printed three of these so far—the feeling of detail and depth is delightful.

    Even scanned with my ancient Epson 2450 ... I really must run a roll of color film and rent an hour on the Imacon Flextight at the local pro shop.

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

    "Ampthill: a picture book to remember her by"

    I just published my third book via Blurb, with the above title. The subject is a bit weird. I am fascinated by these strangely colour coded buildings at the south end of Camden Town in London. I've photographed them from all around area - demonstrating how they fit in or don't with the cityscape.

    I started out working with my Leica M8 DRF and a rented Nikon D700. Then as I acquired it I also used my Panasionic GH-2, with the wonderful Leica DG Elmarit 45/2.8 lens.

    But I ended up doing the front cover with my Hasselblad SWC using Kodak Portra 160. I had no other camera/lens which could deliver the perfect verticals and detail I required for the cover shot.

    It is weird that I seem to have worked backwards from digital to film but there you go. This is a scan of the cover of the book - not the original film frame.

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    2 shots minolta fze 28-70 macro with xp2. doesn't the same punch as tri-x for me.


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

    Here are 2 taken this past summer.
    Bartholdi Fountain in Wash DC taken with Provia 100 & converted to B&W. Shot with Fuji GW690.
    Georgetown & the Key Bridge at twilight on Velvia 100 with 645 AFD using 120mm macro lens.
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    Downtown Fort Worth, Texas


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    Ken, Greg, Colyn. Nice work all. (And welcome to the forum, Greg.)

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

    Thanks Lloyd...

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    thanks for the likes!

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    Contax 645 and 80mm lens.

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    Very nice, William. Always love to see your posts.

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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
    thanks for the likes!

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    Capable and fun camera. Lots of detail.
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Corfield Periflex Gold Star, f2.4 50mm Lumax. High Speed Ektachrome.

    Penrhyn Quarry Railway narrow (two-foot) gauge train crossing the Cegin near Port Penrhyn (Bangor) en route to Bethesda slate quarry. September 1960. The ‘passenger accommodation’ was a wooden plank across the final wagon of the train – no springs, no brakes. The 5-mile journey took about 30 minutes. Absolute bliss!

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

    As usual, there's just a ton of wonderful new work to see on this thread. Thanks, all of you.

    ken ... love "Sunny Side Up" ! Of course, I'm a Rollei 35 addict from way back. Still have my favorite black Rollei 35S ... should take it out for a walk sometime soon. :-)

    Good news: Fred's done CLA'ing the Balda Baldix, I picked it up today. It feels like a new camera now, opens and closes perfectly, and the viewfinder is clear and bright like it was when it was new. He did a beautiful job on it, and for a pittance really.

    I might take it along with me on this weekend's jaunt to Palm Springs ... :-)
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    It's been a while since my last posting, but I'm still shooting. Here are a few Hassy shots (to continue the 6x6 theme).


    a talk under the trees, buena vista, co by mike thomas, on Flickr
    (Hasselblad 201F + 110mm f/2, Ilford XP2 @ 200)




    cottonwood tree, buena vista, co by mike thomas, on Flickr
    (Hasselblad 201F + 50mm f/2.8, Ilford XP2 @ 200)




    in the balance, cottonwood park, buena vista, co by mike thomas, on Flickr
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    cottonwood park, buena vista, co by mike thomas, on Flickr(Hasselblad 201F + 50mm f/2.8, Rollei Retro 400S @ 200)

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

    Great stuff all around, Matt. Amazing subject isolation in that first one.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great stuff all around, Matt. Amazing subject isolation in that first one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great stuff all around, Matt. Amazing subject isolation in that first one.
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    Thanks, fellas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregMO View Post
    Here are 2 taken this past summer.
    Bartholdi Fountain in Wash DC taken with Provia 100 & converted to B&W. Shot with Fuji GW690.
    Georgetown & the Key Bridge at twilight on Velvia 100 with 645 AFD using 120mm macro lens.
    Thanks for looking.
    That fountain shot is really great!

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    Re: the Ducati 250 ...

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    Nice detail shot. B&W is so great for engines and other metallic things.

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    Re: Three Italian Beauties

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

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    Like them all, but especially love this one. I hope the folks in the car get to see the photo. I'd want a print of it if I were them.

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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
    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.

    Good save. I've been known to convert some of my color film photos for the same reason.

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    [QUOTE=seakayaker;454787]MV Kittitas ~ Approaching the Dock ~ Mukilteo Ferry Terminal ~ Mukilteo, WA


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    This is really striking. It makes me a bit nervous for some reason .

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    All good, but this one has a bit of extra Rollei magic going on between the foreground and background.

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