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    Looks like you've done pretty well with it already!

    I don't have much in way of tips to offer. I just use the Hassies according to what the instruction booklet says to do, and they work fine. :-)

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    Thank you, Godfrey. Of the first roll many were wrongly exposed and out of focus, which was a shame as some of them were hand held at 1/8 second and quite sharp but the wrong bit was in focus! The leaf shutter is much kinder for slow speeds than a focal plane shutter. I need to do better with my little Gossen meter, and wear glasses for focusing. The camera came with a 45º unmetered prism, so I don't have the benefit of the magnifier. A waist level finder with magnifier is on the way from KEH. Today I exposed the first half of a roll of XP2 using a 10mm extension tube for close portraits, but tomorrow I will shoot the rest without the extension tube in case I end up with big noses as I did with the Rolleinar 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    Thank you, Godfrey. Of the first roll many were wrongly exposed and out of focus, which was a shame as some of them were hand held at 1/8 second and quite sharp but the wrong bit was in focus! The leaf shutter is much kinder for slow speeds than a focal plane shutter. I need to do better with my little Gossen meter, and wear glasses for focusing. The camera came with a 45º unmetered prism, so I don't have the benefit of the magnifier. A waist level finder with magnifier is on the way from KEH. Today I exposed the first half of a roll of XP2 using a 10mm extension tube for close portraits, but tomorrow I will shoot the rest without the extension tube in case I end up with big noses as I did with the Rolleinar 1.

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    It's obvious that you like to do tight portraits. You should look for a Sonnar 150mm f/4 T* lens ... you'll be in heaven. :-)


    That's taken at about 4-5 foot distance.
    Prices from $300-500 will get you a very clean and serviceable one.

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

    Hasselblad 500c, Planar 80mm, XP2 @400, Rodinal stand, Imacon 848 scans:









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    Hasselblad 500c, Sonnar 150mm, XP2 @200, Rodinal stand, Imacon 848 scans:









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    Yes! Oh my I love the look the Sonnar 150mm provides in portraits! Beautiful!

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    It's been a brutal, grueling few weeks of work getting all my commitments done for Apple's World Wide Developer Conference. And then an exhausting week of the conference itself. But it all went well, the conference seems a grand success, and my work was well received.

    I was on site in SF for two days and each day I brought a different Polaroid to make a few pictures with. The most recent SX-70 Sonar (which has some problems) and the most recent Spectra SE (which doesn't). People got a big kick out of my shooting film with a 25+ year old camera at the 25th running of our high tech conference. These two in particular appealed to me:




    I put them all into a little PDF book for all my colleagues who are in the the photos:

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...4-polaroid.pdf

    Just love how these cameras see...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Yes! Oh my I love the look the Sonnar 150mm provides in portraits! Beautiful!

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    Thank you for the suggestion!

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    Godfrey, I love the look of these polaroids, have you ever shot larger polaroids, 4x5 or 8x10? I'm just looking at a couple of different 8x10 cameras and really liking the idea of trying the impossible project polaroids, especially if the larger format still maintains the feel of a polaroid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr View Post
    Godfrey, I love the look of these polaroids, have you ever shot larger polaroids, 4x5 or 8x10? I'm just looking at a couple of different 8x10 cameras and really liking the idea of trying the impossible project polaroids, especially if the larger format still maintains the feel of a polaroid.

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    Thank you!

    I've not had the pleasure of shooting 8x10 or 4x5 Polaroids. I'd love to try the Impossible 8x10 too... But knowing how little I'd use an 8x10 camera after a first blush of experimentation, I've tried to avoid becoming too interested. =8^/

    I would be very very interested to see what their film does in an 8x10 camera. It's hard for me to visualize what it would be like to have the same dynamics as the SX-70 type cameras in terms of the film but on an 8x10 inch format!

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    Here we go again—Hasselblad 500c, Sonnar 150mm/f4, Tri-X @800, Diafine, Imacon 848 scans:















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

    Nice portraits, but a little over-sharpened on that grainy a film/developer combination for my taste.

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    I agree; the scans don't look like that in LR, so it might be that the Flickr uploader involves some aggressive sharpening.

    Can you help me with a technical question? I have got on fine with the two film backs I have used so far (each has the folding handle for winding on the film). KEH sent me two further backs today, but they are a different design - behind the ISO reminder is a hole to see the film's paper backing moving, and the wind on knob isn't a folding handle, but resembles the catch for removing the film carrier from the back. It is a steel ring, divided in two, and either half can fold out to allow the ring to be twisted and thus wind on the film. I tried to load one this evening and ruined a film - it wound all the way on without stopping at the first exposure. I couldn't manage to rewind the film onto the original spool correctly in a changing bag so I sacrificed the film and wound it back in daylight onto the original spool and tried again with the same result. So I tried it in the other back and the same thing happened. I'm doing something wrong! Any idea what?

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    Ah - don't worry, I found a YouTube video with the trick for loading the old backs. The window has a purpose!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    Ah - don't worry, I found a YouTube video with the trick for loading the old backs. The window has a purpose!
    Those are indeed older backs! I've stuck with backs from about 1978 onwards which have the auto-stop mechanism.

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

    Hasselblad 500c, Planar 80/2.8, Tri-X @640, TMax developer, Imacon 848 and Nikon 9000 scans:











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

    Got out the Rolleiflex, some HP5+, some TMax developer, and the Flextight:





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

    Since I was getting stripes from my last processing place, I decided to give The Darkroom a try. They're reasonably priced and the negatives came back great! I also tried out TMAX400 and I think I prefer it over TriX400.





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    Hasselblad 500c, Planar 80mm, Ektar 100, Unicolor presskit, Imacon 848 scans:









    The three of the brewery were cropped to 8.5x11 to allow me to make prints on an Epson R3000 to hang on the wall of their retail outlet.

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    I saw this set on your blog, David. They look great! The SL66 is a magnificent piece of equipment, keep going with it.

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

    Just for a change, from 1978, this was taken with a Pentax K1000, but the film and developer are long forgotten!



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    A couple from amy test roll with new 903SWC and Provia 400. Is winter here so light not the best.
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    I spent the weekend experimenting with the Polaroid SLR670 by MiNT and the new ability to control exposure manually.


    Polaroid SLR670m by MiNT
    Impossible 600 B&W - manual exposure

    I over-exposed the 600 B&W to go for a very delicate, high-key image. Scanning it and then pulling the adjustments around to produce the tones and color tone I wanted revealed all the lovely 'vintage looking' flaws in the transparent overlay and emulsion. There was no other manipulation done, other than adding my usual framing.

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.
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    Polaroid SLR670m, Impossible SX-70 B&W

    Bulb exposure, about three seconds.

    Thanks for looking, comments always appreciated.
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    Polaroid SX-70
    Impossible Cyanograph 600 film

    Found this in my growing library of scanned Polaroid images from a few months back, made with an SX-70 and the limited production Impossible Cyanograph film.

    Thanks for looking. Comments always appreciated.

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    A little photographic journey upcoming...
    I've packed a bag with two Polaroid Spectras, loaded with Impossible B&W film, close up lens, radio remote, and effects filter set. That's what will be with me for the next week and some, until I use all 16 exposures.

    This should be fun.

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

    Another out of my recently growing archive of Polaroidio:


    Polaroid SX-70 + MiNT wide angle lens
    Impossible SX-70 Color

    This one was made using the MiNT wide angle lens adapter. Jeez, there's just no end of fun to be had with this stuff. :-)

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    Taken this morning with a Hasselblad 500c, Planar 80mm and Ektar 100. Developed with a Unicolor Presskit.





    and converted to monochrome in LR with some heavy-handed work in the colour mixer to show it can be done (a result of a thread on another forum where I was pointing out that C-41 development is very easy and one could make a case for using C-41 colour film for monochrome pictures):


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

    My week of Spectra shooting is over. Carried both the Minolta Instant Pro (filled with current Spectra B&W) and the Polaroid Spectra SE (filled with Silver Shade Cool). Very different films. It was fun.


    Polaroid Spectra SE + Impossible Silver Shade Cool

    I'll be posting a few more. :-)
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    Minolta Instant Pro (aka Polaroid Spectra Pro)
    Impossible Spectra B&W

    This one made with the "clear-center, red surround" effects filter.

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    Polaroid Spectra SE - Impossible Silver Shade Cool

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.
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    Rolleiflex 2.8GX, HP5+, TMax developer:







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    Polaroid SX-70 - Impossible SX-70 Color film

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.

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    My continuing journey with 903SWC. It is true love.
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Small Technika with 6x9 film back. Rodenstock 90mm Heligon f2.8. Fuji Acros, stand develop 60 min Rodinal 1:100 20C. Aperture 5.6, time 1/5s.

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    Another selfie, a diptych, using the Polaroid Spectra Pro and a special effects filter. Impossible Spectra B&W...

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

    Bessa III, XP2, Unicolor presskit, Nikon 9000 scan:









    and one Hasselblad 500c with Ektar 100, Unicolor chemicals and a Nikon 9000 scan:



    Sadly, I have had to ship my Flextight to New Jersey for repair and service. Expensive!

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    Hasselblad 500c, 80mm, XP2, Unicolor presskit, Nikon 9000:



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

    Chris.

    You seem to be getting some wonderful results from XP2 and the Unicolor Press Kit. From what I read this developer kit is somewhat of a bitch to use, but clearly not in your hands. Can you elaborate somewhat on how you process.

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    Remember I'm speaking with the authority of one who has used it for about six months! The trick is to have the water bath maintain the temperature as closely as possible. 102F, with a long thermometer in the colour developer. It doesn't matter if the blix and the stabiliser are a bit cooler. Pre-warm the tank with the film in it in the same bath (it will have to be weighted down) and the presoak water should be at the same 102 degrees. Now I'm not very impressed with XP2 in C-41 chemicals! I can expose at 400 if I'm developing it that way, but the negatives have a little more grain and tend to be very flat. Quite a bit of PP needed after scanning. ISO 200 and stand development in Rodinal is far better. I did the XP2 above in the Unicolor kit as I was doing a Portra 400, and just put both films on the same spool. It really isn't hard to do and is well worth a try. A one litre kit costs about $20 and will give you an idea if you like it.

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

    Hi Chris

    I've been using Rodinal myself but was curious about Unicolor. Noting your response I'm about to order and give it a try.

    Thanks again - appreciated

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    Ray,
    It was this post that convinced me to try. It looked easy - and it is! I use a washing up bowl as a water bath rather than a bathtub, and stick to the temperature given in the Unicolor instructions. I bought three one litre 'accordion' bottles for the solutions, so that I can exclude air from them. My current batch was mixed in March and still works in July, but with one more film I will have reached the limit of eight 120 films for the one litre kit. Then I will mix up more! All those years since my teens I did B&W only in the belief that colour was difficult and required a Jobo processor....what a waste! Admittedly, I wouldn't bother if it weren't for the ability to scan the negatives. I still believe wet printing of colour negatives to be too hard for me to contemplate.

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    Great link, Chris! Thank you for posting
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    Excellent Chris. Let the games begin!

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    Change of pace today - Fuji GA645Pro, Tri-X @320, TMax developer, Nikon 9000 scans:







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

    Second film of the day, this time Tri-X @1000 in Diafine, via the Nikon F6. The first three are scanned on a Nikon 9000, the last on a K-M 5400.









    I am missing the Flextight! It is much quicker than these two backup scanners.

    Chris
    Last edited by chrism; 19th July 2014 at 17:10.
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