Hexar RF - 90mm Hexanon - Ilford XP2
Just playing around replicating vintage look
That shot is flat out gorgeous! Well done indeed.
Thanks Lloyd for the comment. Very much appreciated.
Thank you all for your kind comments.
ReeRay beautiful tone!
Here's another 612...Tmax 100, Nikkor 65mm
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Since Jim posted my portrait, I thought it only fair to return the favor - Contax 645 + 120mm macro using Ilford Delta Pro and pp in SEP2.
The master at work:
And one I like from the rail yard - same lens & film.
Really nice work, Joe. Love the pp. Very nice to see the master at work too.
Thanks for the comment, the sky was amazing that day, lot's of high altitude wind.
I love the springs, there so much texture. Heavy industrial and black and white film are like...peaches and cream!
Another beauty Ray.
I've had this lens for quite some time without really using it and it came as quite a shock to see how sharp it is. I think I'll be employing it a lot more now!
You guys are bad. I just had to clean my display again. ;-)
So I have yet to have time to go back to the rail yard photos ... But last weekend my uncle handed me his Polaroid SX-70 when I visited him. Arriving home, I found I still had two old, expired packs of Time Zero film and tossed one into the camera. It's badly deteriorated (a decade past expiration!) but still made a couple of images ...
Dreamy, weird stuff. I love it. Here's a slide-show link to the four I posted:
I ordered a bunch of film from The Impossible Project so I'll have fun with this artifact for a time to come.
nice polaroid. I liked the color impossible project film.
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That one I really like, Godfrey! Composition, tone, the not-told. Hm.
F2, FM2, D700, 3,5/20 UD, 2/35, 3,5/55, CV 2,5/75 (all ai or aiŽd), 1,8/85 af-d,
Impossible PX-70 Silver Shade film
Copied with iPhone 4S
Finished in Lightroom 4 Public Beta
having fun ... ;-)
Nice! Thanks for sharing.
I picked up a used Mamiya 7 II this past weekend, it is a large rangefinder and I do find it to be comfortable fit in my hands. The Mamiya feels lighter than my MP but I believe they actually weigh about the same, Mamiya with 80/4 vs. Leica MP with the 50/1.4 ASPH. Shot a couple of rolls and will need to put through a few more to get comfortable.
Center for Wooden Boats ~ Boathouse & Docks ~ Seattle
Mamiya 7 II with 80/4 using Kodak Porta 400
Godfrey, Nice work. I especially like the chair photographed with the Nikon.
Dan, Congrats on the Mamiya 7II. It is a fantastic camera. The color Portra 400 shot is stunning, with an amazing amount of detail.
Is it repetitive to say +3? ;-)
Dan, you'll like that Mamiya 7 ... a lovely piece of equipment. A good friend of mine used one of them exclusively for almost a decade with fantastic results.
I like the polaroids, Godfrey
Contax G1 with Zeiss 45/2 (Arista 400/Diafine)
Dan: Plus 4 from me. I'm lusting after the 7II myself just now.
Keith: Very nice. Thanks for sharing.