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

    To with Fuji 645 and Ektar160 film. Developed 8 min C-41 at 30C.





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    Camera Rolleiflex SL2000F with a Tamron macrozoom. Film Ektar100.



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    Trying the Rollei 3.5F after many years of neglect. - John

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

    Excellent, John. What film is that?

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    Thanks, Jorgen. Sorry about the slow response. It's XP2. I'm still trying to decide if I'm going the home processing route, and even if I'll stay with film at all.

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    I'd moved to Southern California in March 1979 to attend school at UC Riverside. Never liked the place. My friends in New York had shipped my old Ducati 750GT out to me. Once school let out, I gathered up everything I owned, shipped what I couldn't carry to a safe haven, and jumped on the old Duc never to return to Riverside to live..


    Ektachrome 64 Slide captured with
    Olympus E-M1 + ZD 35mm Macro + Nikon ES-1 Slide Holder

    This is a photo of the Ducati and my traveling companion, Gerard the Giraffe, east of Barstow, stopped by the side of I-15 heading to Zion National Park, due south of Death Valley.

    I didn't notice that I'd assembled the front fender backwards until I changed tires in New York several weeks later...

    FYI: I don't remember what camera I was using on the trip. The ZD Macro + Nikon ES-1 slide stage with the E-M1 makes an 11Mpixel image of the 35mm slide.

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    Ah, the good old days, when everything we owned fit in a couple boxes and we could hit the road on a whim. Love it.

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    Bessa III, Tri-X in Diafine, Nikon 9000 scan:



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    Minolta Dynax 505Si with Tokina 20-35mm f2.8 zoom. Film Fomapan 100. Yellow filter.









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

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post

    Ektachrome 64 Slide captured with
    Olympus E-M1 + ZD 35mm Macro + Nikon ES-1 Slide Holder

    FYI: I don't remember what camera I was using on the trip. The ZD Macro + Nikon ES-1 slide stage with the E-M1 makes an 11Mpixel image of the 35mm slide.

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.
    Wonderful photo and story Godfrey. I owned a Ducati for about five years (1998 900FE Supersport) and I have always regretted selling it. There's just nothing quite like a Duc.

    I'm impressed with the quality of the digital image created from the slide. If you would have a chance to post a photo of this setup, I'd love to see it.

    Here is a photo of my 900FE, which is not as practical as your 750GT for a cross country trip (to the extent that any Ducati is "practical"). It was most likely shot with my Nikon F2, but very poorly scanned. I'll have to look for that slide and try again.

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    Not a picture of my ducati monster.




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    Minolta Dynax 505Si with Tokina 20-35mm f2.8 zoom. Film Fomapan 100. Yellow filter.









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    Quote Originally Posted by ken_vs_ryu View Post
    Not a picture of my ducati monster.




    fuji-gw690iii-tri-x-harpoon- 5 by kvr_vs_film, on Flickr
    That's really smooth Tri-X! What did you develop it in? I wondered if 'Harpoon' was some new recipe, but looking at the series on your Flickr I'm guessing it's a brewery!

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    Thanks for the likes.


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    I took my Rollei 3.5F for a spin a couple weekends ago, after quite a long time. These are low-res scans from thedarkroom.com, which did the processing. I look forward to getting the film back and seeing how my own scans go.

    These look pretty good to me, but I'm so out of touch with film that I'm really not sure what to think. Appreciate any feedback.

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    One more from the Rollei.

    It sure is quiet over here in the analog corner of the GetDPI universe.

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

    Sadly, it's quiet in all parts of the analog photography universe… relatively speaking.

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    By the way, John, Your book is magic! Well done.
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    Thank you, Lloyd. So true about film. And this is the DIGITAL Imaging Forums, after all. I started double-posting over at RFF, where film interest still runs high.

    And thanks for the comment on the book. Very much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnW View Post
    I took my Rollei 3.5F for a spin a couple weekends ago, after quite a long time. These are low-res scans from thedarkroom.com, which did the processing. I look forward to getting the film back and seeing how my own scans go.

    These look pretty good to me, but I'm so out of touch with film that I'm really not sure what to think. Appreciate any feedback.

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    This is my favorite from this set. Something about it speaks to me.
    You're motivating me to pull out the Hassy again... :-)

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    One more from the Rollei.

    It sure is quiet over here in the analog corner of the GetDPI universe.

    John

    And this one too ...

    I've been busy as heck since the turn of the year and have only made a few exposures on film (with the Minolta Instant Pro aka Polaroid Spectra Pro). I haven't made much more than that with the digital cameras either, however I was out this morning with the Olympus E-M1 and M.Zuiko 75mm. So yes, it has been quiet this year so far.

    Hopefully, this will change...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    This is my favorite from this set. Something about it speaks to me.
    You're motivating me to pull out the Hassy again... :-)

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    Thanks, Godfrey. That one particularly resonates with me as well.

    There's a similar shot from a different angle that I wrote a blog post about. Thought you might enjoy it.

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    Thanks, Godfrey. That one particularly resonates with me as well.

    There's a similar shot from a different angle that I wrote a blog post about. Thought you might enjoy it.

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    Absolutely beautiful, John.
    Thanks for providing the link.

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    I wanted to try stand development in Rodinal so I took the Bessa III with some FP4+ and the M7 with TMax400 with me up to the hospital for rounds this morning. The FP4+ was lovely. The TMax400 does have some grain (those pics are going in the 'How About more and more fun with a Leica M (Film)' thread).









    Roughly 20C, 10 inversions at the start, three at 30 minutes, then water stop at one hour, fix and wash. Scanned with an Imacon 848. This combination is worth repeating, I think. Very easy to do and definitely good for a lazy kind of man!

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    Very nice, Chris. Do you keep the temperature constant for the hour? If so, how?

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    Finally a chance to process and render another Hasselblad photo ...


    Hasselblad 500CM + Zeiss Planar 80mm f/2.8 T*
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    There's simply something lovely about 6x6. :-)

    Enjoy! Thanks for looking, comments always appreciated.
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    Very nice, Chris. Do you keep the temperature constant for the hour? If so, how?

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    I've read that the occasional problem of one edge of the film being darker than the other might be due to a temperature gradient forming in the tank if it rests on a cold surface. So I sat the tanks on a folded towel in a small but warm room. I thought to myself that if this is going to involve a waterbath kept at constant temperature it is too much effort! I have some HP5+ in the Bessa today and might just do it again.

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    After reading more about stand processing it seems that temperature changes have little impact. I'm going to give it a try. The process suits my evening schedule, and the lower cost is attractive. I think I'll start with Tri-X in Rodinal.

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    Same process today, but with HP5+ rated at ISO400.



    I like the way Helen cracks up over the next three:















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    Really like the second set, Chris. They look less sharp to me than your prior group. But maybe I'm seeing things.

    Here's one more from the Rollei.

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    I think I'm about done with this series of experiments. Back to standard developing technique today, using TMax developer for 8 minutes at 20C on TMax 100 film. Invisible grain and lots of detail. Oh well. Bessa III and Imacon 848 scans.







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    One error today. 9 eksposures in the frame.
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    One exposure from my first roll thru the F6. The weather had been gray with weak sunlight, so I put a roll of Ilford HP5 in the camera. I usually shoot fine grained ISO 50-100 B&W films. Then of course, the weather changed and we had lots of sunshine. So I'm not too happy with the look of most of the shots on this roll. I also think it may be time for me to look for a new lab for the processing and the initial scanning of my B&W film. Any suggestions?

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    The lighthouse of Saint Theodore in Argostoli, Cephalonia. Mamiya 7II, 43mm, Velvia 100:

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    I was prepping my recently deceased mother-in-law's house for sale last weekend, and found a Nikkormat FTn in a closet, along with a 200mm and 55 Micro.

    The battery was dead, but the camera works fine without one. I ran a roll of XP2 through it. What a nice, solid camera.

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    I'm still experimenting with film and the Nikkormat. Shots like this remind me what I miss about film; the delicate lighter tones, such as in her hat. Digital cameras - at least the ones I've owned - just don't offer this.

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    Nikkormat FTn | XP2

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    Shashin, I'm really enjoying your postings. Your compositions are excellent and TMax and your processing are very beautiful.

    I'm just dabbling in film for now, after 10+ years of digital only. Not sure whether or not I'll stick with it. But it's great to see such inspirational work, even though it's quiet as your settings must be, here in the backwoods of film.

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    Will,

    #3645 and 3647 are some of the best B/W perspectives. Nicely done.

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    John and Johnny, thank you.

    John, if you shot film and it is rewarding, then that is the best reason to do it. Ultimately, it is the results, the photographs, rather than the process. There is certainly lots of great digital B&W. Some folks click with the photo-chemical process, some don't.
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