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

    Ah, that makes sense. Scanners will often add their own sharpening too. I know with the imacon you can't turn it off..."off" still means sharpening. You need to set it at -50 to turn it off...it must just be the sharpening, sizing and the contrast. I doubt it has that look at actual pixels.
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    Another from that recent roll of CN400. I was trying out my 14-24/2.8 on the F100 for the first time. Nothing special about the shot, just trying it at 14mm @f22:
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    This is me messing around with a polaroid image image.I agree its not that well done but it might have possibilities with the right shot.Whatever is done to it it still has that polaroid feel but because of its nature it seems to lead you down different paths............Neil







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    I like those Neil! Polaroid just has a look that is very difficult to reproduce (honestly anyway...).

    Here are two shots from a series I am doing on a fish-drying area. I posted a black and white 35mm version in the Leica M thread I think, but these are 4x5:



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    While we're on a sort of a fishy theme. :-)

    Here's one I took last summer with the Pentax 67 and 300mm EDIF lens. Just playing around with a new lens.

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    Thanks Stuart,your images look good in colour and black and white.This one works really well in those muted colours.Must have been a hell of a shock for whoever opened the oven.

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    Heh, to be honest, I placed the head there with a stick. It was on the ground. There was however, fish in the oven already, so I just elaborated on what was there already. The guy who owns the place said that there is a family of cats living in that abandoned building -- he thought that they might have dragged the fish in there.

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

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    Nikon F100, 85/1.4. CN400 @ 320:
    I love shots like this.

    Darned, but it so hard to get velvet blacks like that with digital.

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    William, LOVE IT!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    I love shots like this.

    Darned, but it so hard to get velvet blacks like that with digital.
    Thanks. I agree... sometimes, nothing but film will do.

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    Okay, I usually don't put my wedding work in general image threads ... but I realized that weddings are my greatest source of images (especially film shots) because it is what I do ... so here are a few.

    The Jewish ceremony was shot in Miami ... it was a Jewish/Cuban wedding ... Hassey 503CW, Zeiss 40/4, Kodak Portra 400NC.

    The Kiss under the big Ficus tree image was shot on the coast of California with a 503CW and Zeiss 50/4.

    The bride and her Bridesmaids dancing in a pub window was with a M7 and M28/2ASPH using C41 B&W film with fill from a diffused SF20.

    The photo of the girls getting ready was with the 503CW and 50 using C41 B&W film and a D40 flash to fill the shadows while retaining the delicious light pouring in the window.

    The church interior shot was with a 503CW and 30/3.5 Zeiss Fisheye.
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    Here are a couple more:

    The candid of the B&G kissing while being observed by the stature (I call it "Casual Observer") was with a Contax 645 and Zeiss 350/4 using C41 B&W film.

    Joe Joe's Bar was with the M7 and Tri-X ... they stopped in at the seedy bar for an emergency pit stop on the way to the reception ... couldn't plan a better shot : -)

    Cow girl Bridal portrait was from a very authentic cowboy wedding (the Bride's outfit was made from a 1880's pattern and they found the original material stored in NYC). Contax AX with 85/1.2 @ f/1.2. Kodak Gold.

    B&G on the beach was shot in Ocean Side CA using a Xpan and 45mm. Fuji 400.

    B&W of Bride hugging a family friend was a Contax 645 and 35mm using Kodak C41 B&W.
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    Here's an observation I'm loath to admit.

    Over the span of time shooting weddings, the vast majority of images have been done using digital capture. However, the majority of my favorite shots have been those done with film. It is inexplicable. I just cannot figure out why that is.

    Sometimes (all content being somewhat equal) I think that it is because the film shots seem more about the light. Film just seems to convey the sense of light more powerfully. I know, I know, that comment will be a lightening rod for getting me flamed. But I can't help making that observation based on umpty-dumpty amounts of shots doing weddings. Film just pleases my light seeking eye more.

    (maybe the digital dudes won't see this 'cause it's in the analog section .. and I'll get to skate by unscathed )

    Here's one that kind of expresses that thought ... an admittedly routine shot in terms of content that gets a little bit more juice from the sense of light captured.

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    Lovely photos Marc -- I particularly like the JoeJoe's Bar shot and the first shot.

    I agree with you about the digital/analog thing as well. It is one of the reasons I am planning on selling my digital back -- I just go back and look at all the shots I have made with it, and there are only a few I actually like that much. In that time I have taken a number of film shots (some with the same lenses) that I like much better. It is certainly not the back's fault, as it has superb resolution, huge dynamic range and great color -- it just does not look as good as film to me. And it is a LOT less enjoyable to shoot. So for me it is out the door -- I have the D3 for when I need the digital advantages (and it is what I used for most jobs anyway).

    An interesting side note -- I was asked to shoot a wedding for a German couple who are getting married this summer out in the Icelandic countryside. Just the two of them and the priest. I asked them what sort of style of images they liked, and asked them to choose some in the style they liked from my website. Every single photo they chose was taken on black and white film. I had also asked them if they would like me to shoot film or digital, and they responded, "Digital I guess?". So I don't think it's just us! There is a special look to it...
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    Lovely photos Marc -- I particularly like the JoeJoe's Bar shot and the first shot.

    I agree with you about the digital/analog thing as well. It is one of the reasons I am planning on selling my digital back -- I just go back and look at all the shots I have made with it, and there are only a few I actually like that much. In that time I have taken a number of film shots (some with the same lenses) that I like much better. It is certainly not the back's fault, as it has superb resolution, huge dynamic range and great color -- it just does not look as good as film to me. And it is a LOT less enjoyable to shoot. So for me it is out the door -- I have the D3 for when I need the digital advantages (and it is what I used for most jobs anyway).

    An interesting side note -- I was asked to shoot a wedding for a German couple who are getting married this summer out in the Icelandic countryside. Just the two of them and the priest. I asked them what sort of style of images they liked, and asked them to choose some in the style they liked from my website. Every single photo they chose was taken on black and white film. I had also asked them if they would like me to shoot film or digital, and they responded, "Digital I guess?". So I don't think it's just us! There is a special look to it...
    Good to know I'm not crazy or just waxing nostalgic. But I usually regret not trusting my eyes. I wish I weren't so lazy and impatient, I'd dump a bunch of MF digital stuff also Stuart. I may still do that to some degree because that level of work has dried up on me in the past 6 months. I have more time on my hands now I'm out of the advertising rat race. Maybe its time to slow down and get off the technology merry-go-round. I already have all the film gear except a rangefinder film camera. May try the Zeiss body to see if I like it since a M is so expensive.

    My advantage in this is that I already have a 949 scanner. Scanning is really fast and easy with it. Digital backs come and go, but my Imacon just keeps hanging around, and is there when I need it.

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    Yes, a great scanner makes a huge difference. I have the 646, which is great for me...I just wish it had the 949's diffuser. The speed and resolution are perfect for my needs.

    As for a film rangefinder -- I think the Zeiss is really appealing. I have not owned one, but the VF is fantastic, especially if you like 28mm lenses. While I prefer the shutter speed display of the M7 (and the sound/feel of the camera), it is a really nice camera. The Hexar RF is another dark horse option -- I really liked that camera and I bought it for 600 bucks -- it was just as solid as an M.

    Anyway, I need to post a photo -- here's the downside of film -- if you are an idiot about loading, you get cut-off photos! I forgot to advance the film before I started shooting this roll...too much time on the digital dark side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Here are a couple more:

    The candid of the B&G kissing while being observed by the stature (I call it "Casual Observer") was with a Contax 645 and Zeiss 350/4 using C41 B&W film.

    Joe Joe's Bar was with the M7 and Tri-X ... they stopped in at the seedy bar for an emergency pit stop on the way to the reception ... couldn't plan a better shot : -)

    Cow girl Bridal portrait was from a very authentic cowboy wedding (the Bride's outfit was made from a 1880's pattern and they found the original material stored in NYC). Contax AX with 85/1.2 @ f/1.2. Kodak Gold.

    B&G on the beach was shot in Ocean Side CA using a Xpan and 45mm. Fuji 400.

    B&W of Bride hugging a family friend was a Contax 645 and 35mm using Kodak C41 B&W.
    Those are some flat terrific images. Hard to pic a favorite, but my wife came up short when she saw that first one. I think it's amazing as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Here's an observation I'm loath to admit.

    Over the span of time shooting weddings, the vast majority of images have been done using digital capture. However, the majority of my favorite shots have been those done with film. It is inexplicable. I just cannot figure out why that is.

    Sometimes (all content being somewhat equal) I think that it is because the film shots seem more about the light. Film just seems to convey the sense of light more powerfully. I know, I know, that comment will be a lightening rod for getting me flamed. But I can't help making that observation based on umpty-dumpty amounts of shots doing weddings. Film just pleases my light seeking eye more.

    (maybe the digital dudes won't see this 'cause it's in the analog section .. and I'll get to skate by unscathed )

    Here's one that kind of expresses that thought ... an admittedly routine shot in terms of content that gets a little bit more juice from the sense of light captured.
    I have to admit the same as well. I've been shooting more film lately, and it's been interesting to observe my own reaction to what I'm seeing. I do love the convenience of digital, and have made many digital images I'm very happy with, but still I can't escape my feelings about well made film images.

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    Nikon F100, 70-200 VR, Provia 100. Scanned with Nikon 4000 ED:
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    MARC :YOUR B&W TRULY SUPERB...LOVE IT

    LlOYD: The COLOR IS DIVINE...Drunk on it & Spring

    No matter how 'good' digital can be
    (Mind You its really more for convenience & laziness)
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    Taken by Chief Joel Jacobs, Homer, New York, with Leicaflex SL with APO 180/3.5, Tri-X, scanned from original print done on Poly F. Joel sent me this to feed my Leicaflex and 180 APO lusts and said I could share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnastovall View Post
    Taken by Chief Joel Jacobs, Homer, New York, with Leicaflex SL with APO 180/3.5, Tri-X, scanned from original print done on Poly F. Joel sent me this to feed my Leicaflex and 180 APO lusts and said I could share.
    Timeless!

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    A little experiment. I shot this with my Nikon F100 and Provia 100F, and wondered how it would look converted to b/w. Here are the results.

    Original first:


    Converted version:

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    A little more Spring light and color: Nikon F100; 70-200/2.8 VR @ 2.8; Provia 100F:




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    Fotografz - lots of very nice shots. Good to see some great use of the contax 645.

    Lloyd: fantastic colors in those flower shots.

    Here is on with the Hassy/60mm.

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    I cannot match the quality of the image or scan? from the ' Hassy' but I like the tones of my Canonet GIII QL17, fuji 200 film. The scan is from the local photostore. I still have to explore the path of scanning myself.
    It is my son, who normally is a lot happier!

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    Minolta image pro ,polaroid image film,taken yesterday.









    I kicked a clear plastic sandwich tray that was at the base of the tree to one side.
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    Nikon Fe/ 50mm/ Tri-X

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmawest72 View Post
    Nikon Fe/ 50mm/ Tri-X

    Beautiful image, lovely tones... and very sexy!

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    Sundown Yucca

    Leica SL2, 180/3.4 APO, C41 color converted with Alien Skin Exposure to 2 stop pushed Tri-X and my flavor of the month Photoshop curves and dodge. Oh, this was off a vile CVS CD with only a 1.5meg jpeg but something to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Here's an observation I'm loath to admit.

    Over the span of time shooting weddings, the vast majority of images have been done using digital capture. However, the majority of my favorite shots have been those done with film. It is inexplicable. I just cannot figure out why that is.

    Sometimes (all content being somewhat equal) I think that it is because the film shots seem more about the light. Film just seems to convey the sense of light more powerfully. I know, I know, that comment will be a lightening rod for getting me flamed. But I can't help making that observation based on umpty-dumpty amounts of shots doing weddings. Film just pleases my light seeking eye more.
    It's funny. I'm a digital guy, basically gave up film cold turkey in 2002 and only shoot it when I want that look or don't want to lug the weight of digital equipment (I know, not all digital is heavy, but mine is), or don't want the hassle. There was a thread here (or possibly LL) about someone "rediscovering" film and wondering if there was something to it. I was in the process of writing a "film is dead, get over it" response when I realized that every picture on my walls was shot on film - no exceptions. It made me think, but I could never figure out why. I think you hit it though -- there is something about the way film renders light and we select film for the way each film sees lights, and shoot accordingly. I shot primarily with Fuji slide films and would shoot each differently because of they way they recorded light. We pick digital cameras based on the subject we shoot more than anything else, and with a few exceptions digital images are about the subject, because they can be, and film shots are about the light, because they have to be.

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    Of course I missed focus but I still like it...hassy/ Tri-X.


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

    I found this 6x17 Velvia in the Australia pile...
    Dawn over the Southern Ocean.
    Remarkable Rocks, Kangaroo Island, South Australia.
    Apo-Digitar 120/5.6, ND grad, Velvia 50.
    Some shadow lift and foreground burning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lars Vinberg View Post
    I found this 6x17 Velvia in the Australia pile...
    Dawn over the Southern Ocean.
    Remarkable Rocks, Kangaroo Island, South Australia.
    Apo-Digitar 120/5.6, ND grad, Velvia 50.
    Some shadow lift and foreground burning.

    Beautiful image, Lars. Well done indeed.

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    Ditto!

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    Couple of dog shots,both taken many years ago.








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    flowers are boring, but always look great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drazin View Post


    flowers are boring, but always look great!
    Very nice. What were you using here?

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    Medium format hasselblad 203fe and a 50mm 2.8 on ektar 100

    heres another one same camera but with a 110mm f2 on 160nc

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    Quote Originally Posted by drazin View Post
    Medium format hasselblad 203fe and a 50mm 2.8 on ektar 100

    heres another one same camera but with a 110mm f2 on 160nc

    Gorgeous!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by drazin View Post


    flowers are boring, but always look great!
    Boring??? Are you kidding? These two shots are so beautiful. The colors in the ektar 100 shot are just stunning. I am going to have to give that film a try.

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    Boring??? Are you kidding? These two shots are so beautiful. The colors in the ektar 100 shot are just stunning. I am going to have to give that film a try.
    Agreed between the lens and the color palette of the film there is a cartain glow that really works.
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    Gorgeous!
    I agree - the colours are wonderful; the shot is almost painting-like.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by drazin View Post
    Medium format hasselblad 203fe and a 50mm 2.8 on ektar 100

    heres another one same camera but with a 110mm f2 on 160nc

    Looks like the Ektar is slightly sensitive to overexposure for a negative film?
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    this shot was on kodak 160nc.

    thanks for the compliments!

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

    Another lost&found from my Australia pile:



    Ebony 45S, Shen Hao 6x17 back. Digitar 120 + ND grad on Velvia 50 rollfilm. Straight scan, no adjustments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lars Vinberg View Post
    Another lost&found from my Australia pile:



    Ebony 45S, Shen Hao 6x17 back. Digitar 120 + ND grad on Velvia 50 rollfilm.
    Very nice!

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    great shot! i find it almost impossible to scan veliva 50 with my nikon 8000. gave up on slides but your shots make me wanna try again!

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    Scan from print. Ilford RC Multigrade. Nikon Fe/ 50mm( I think...)/ Tri-X


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

    William

    You make Hasselblad sing when it comes to portraiture. You seem to have the look dialed in which is great. Love the 203FE and the 110 2.0 for this kind of work. Just stunning

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