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    Hasselblad 500c, Planar 80/2.8, HP5+ @640, Diafine, Hasselblad X1 scan:



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    My first try with a Crown Graphic, 127mm Linhof, HP5+ @640, Diafine and X1 scan:



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    Today's effort involved a change of light (south-facing windows plus a kitchen spotlight designed to stop me missing remaining crud on the washing up), my poor, tolerant son, HP5+ @640, Rodinal semi-stand (with some guesswork as I needed more volume but not more development, so 6ml Rodinal in 800ml water for 40 minutes):



    I think I like this!

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    Today:



    I must get out and try something else with it. I do like this combination of HP5+ @640, and Rodinal 6ml in 850ml water (1:141), with 30 secs agitation at the atart, and two inversions at the halfway mark. 40 minutes total.

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    Hasselblad 500C/M , 50mm, Shanghai GP3.





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    reala and the texas leica

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    I have been playing around. My first Graflex Crown Graphic had broken hooks on the Graflok back, and I had to hold the back on with rubber bands. I bought another Crown Graphic from KEH to cannibalise, but it turned out to have a Graphic (or spring) back, not a Graflok. With a set of jeweler's screwdrivers and some determination I swapped the backs, changing the ground glass only focusing screen from the Graphic to the ground glass and fresnel lens from the Graflok in addition to changing the backs. I suspect only someone who has played with these Graflex cameras will be following me at this point! The concern at this stage is that the ground glass surface that used to sit at the same plane that a sheet of film in a film holder would occupy in the donor camera is now displaced by the plexiglass fresnel lens that I have placed under it. Why didn't I think of that before spending hours making a hybrid camera? Shall I take out the fresnel, move it above the ground glass as some recommend? Use the ground glass by itself which is bound to work but will be dark everywhere except the centre, obviating the possibility of using the limited movements offered by Graflex cameras? I decided to try it out and see what happens. I found a Graflok back on the Bay all by itself so I can afford to do an experiment while I wait.
    Now just to be difficult, I didn't want to stick with the Linhof 127mm lens that I got with my first Crown Graphic. It equals a 42mm lens in 35mm ('tiny format') terms and I want to do portraits. I have obtained a Rodenstock Apo-Sironar N 210mm lens and ordered a carbon fibre lens board from the Czech Republic to mount it. This should equal a 70mm lens in the tiny format, which was the minimum for portraits that I would choose in my days there. I hate doing experiments with too many variables—don't you? Thinking that a day with no film developed is a day wasted, I went ahead and corralled my poor wife into sitting in the kitchen. I took two photos, one at f16 for increased depth of field in case my fresnel lens added to the Graphic back threw off the focus, and one at f5.6 just in case it didn't. The second turned out to be just fine! Now I have to decide whether to swap to the proper Graflok back or not when it turns up in a week or so—I suspect I shouldn't mess with proper focus! Here it is, HP5+ @400, f5.6, 1/15, Rodinal 6ml in 900ml for 40 minutes semi-stand and a Hasselblad X1 scan:



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    Who said you can't do a selfie with large format?
    Crown Graphic, Linhof 127mm/f4.7 @f16, 1/2 second, HP5+, Rodinal stand, X1 scan:


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    Time for tea:

    Crown Graphic, Rodenstock Apo-Sironar 210mm/f5.6, HP5+, HC-110 (Dil.B), Hasselblad X1 scan:


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    Two Old Squares:



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

    I've been offered older versions of that exact combo, Chris. Not expensive, but I'm counting my pennies. They are such beautiful tools

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    Minus 15C today, and a vicious windchill. All the same, I went out with camera and tripod.

    Crown Graphic, Schneider 127mm/f4.7 @f16 and 1/250, HP5+, Rodinal stand and X1 scan:


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    Crown Graphic, Apo-Sironar 210mm, HP5+, Rodinal, X1 scan:



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    Going to play with view camera movements:



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    But first, a simple selfie:



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    Chamonix 045N-2, Apo-Sironar N 210mm/f5.6, FP4+, HC-110 (Dil.G), X1 scan:



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    I managed to figure out how to cram the view camera, lenses, film holders, tripod, dark cloth, loupe, spotmeter, cable release and sanity pills into my Crumpler Sinking Barge and marched out. "I might be some time" I said to the cats, who shrugged their shoulders and serenely continued evincing supreme unconcern. On the other side of the village is an old wharf where schooners were once built, but the only thing launched there now is the odd kayak in the summer. It's mostly used for picnics and the important business of keeping mosquitos and blackflies well fed. It was -10ºC and the wind was gusting around 70km/hr, so it was all rather bracing.

    Across the French River:


    Trevor's Place:


    Both using the Rodenstock Apo-Sironar N 210mm/f5.6 @f16, FP4+, HC-110 (Dil.G) for one hour, and Hasselblad X1 scans.

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    Bayhead, Nova Scotia.
    -11ºC, Chamonix 045N-2, Schneider Kreuznach 127mm/f4.7 @f11, 1/60, Ilford FP4+ @125, Diafine, Hasselblad X1 scan:



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    Mamiya C220 with 55mm. Fuji Acros 100.



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    Mamiya 6, 75mm, Tmax 400.

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    Left over from Christmas:


    and today:




    Medium format doesn't seem to do it for me now I have tasted the hard stuff. But I have a freezer full of tiny 35mm and small 120 film. I shall do my best to use them up, but the serious stuff will be on sheet film from now on.

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    Between storms, Portra 400:







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    Some exposures from last November that I finally got them developed...

    Red Rock Canyon outside of Las Vegas, with the wrong sized hood




    Here's one I took using the built-in tilt function of SL66, which I obviously don't yet know how to take full advantage of:
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    Chamonix 045N-2, Rodenstock Apo-Sironar N 210mm/f5.6, Ilford Hp5+, Rodinal stand, Hasselblad X1 scan:



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

    Another frame from the roll of HP5+ that sat in my Leica R6.2 for almost two years.

    Shot with the 90mm Elmarit-R (v2). Developed and medium resolution scan by my local lab (Kellers Photo).

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    Two more 4x5 portraits.

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    "I wish..."
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    My nephew.

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    Chamonix 045N-2, Rodenstock Apo-Sironar N 210mm/f5.6, HP5+, Rodinal stand, Hasselblad X1 scan:



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    Chamonix 045N-2, Schneider-Kreuznach 127mm/f4.7, Ilford FP4+, Rodinal stand, Hasselblad X1 scan:
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    I Don't Care...
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    Bearing Gifts
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    I wish I could fake the look that Pentax 67 + 105/2.4 produces with a digital FF camera and a 50mm lens...

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    Hasselblad 500c, 150mm and 80mm, XP2, Rodinal X1 scans.
    Sudoku:


    Leaper 1:


    Leaper 2:


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    Pentax 67ii, 135mm Macro, Shanghai Gp3



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    Fuji G617, Fuji Reala:



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    A few from a kayak outing and in the pool with a Nikonis and some old Kodak 100 speed film that I bought in Israel more than 10 years ago. Scanned on a Nikon Coolscan 9000. Matheson Hammock Park in Coral Gables, FL.

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    ^^ Nice Mikal. Are you sure it's not a Nikonos (and not Nikonis)? I remember those, the unbeatable underwater cameras made by Nikon in the 60's and 70's. They were originally designed by a Belgian for Jacques Cousteau, the famous underwater filmer. Later this design was sold to Nikon who further developed it into a complete system. Here's a Wiki on it
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    P, you're 100% correct on the spelling. I like the camera alot but don't use it often enough. I took it out after I saw the Nikonos Project on the web.

    Thanks again.

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    66/6 Instant Pinhole camera
    Impossible SX-70 B&W film
    0.12mm pinhole @ 14 minutes
    Bellows at second notch

    I took out the 66/6 Instant Pinhole camera this evening, charged it up, loaded it with Impossible SX-70 B&W, and made a test exposure. Then made another with a reciprocity factor of 2 applied. Fun stuff.

    I have to use this camera some more. With the small pinhole and the bellows at the second notch, it produces a nice wide FoV.

    Lots of experimenting to go with it...

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    Fuji G617, Fuji NPH400:

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    Exactly what category these photos are in I'm not sure... Captured with an iPhone 4S and rendered with an Impossible Instant Lab onto four different types of Impossible film ... :-)










    enjoy!
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    Fuji G617:





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    new furniture...

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    waiting...

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    New Impossible B&W 2.0 600 film in a One600...

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    My little niece.


    Yawning.

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    Grouchy.

    Tri-X 400.
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