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

    Chamonix 4x5 Ilford Delta developed in LC29
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Neil,
    The large format shots should go here.

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    Sorry about that. I know in future.
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    I don't think anyone minds them being posted here, Neil, but do put them in the LF forum as well as it gets little traffic, and at least there they are likely to be looked at by people who actually commit large format photography themselves!

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    Pentax MX, 50/1.2, XP2, ISO 100, HC-110, X1 scan:

    Under the Deck by chrism229, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    I don't think anyone minds them being posted here, Neil, but do put them in the LF forum as well as it gets little traffic, and at least there they are likely to be looked at by people who actually commit large format photography themselves!

    Chris
    Further to that, Neil, and in view of recent sad developments at a certain forum based upon a quintessential German camera, that forum's loss is the gain of this forum! Pretty hard to offend the manufacturers of cameras that haven't been made for decades. So in celebration of that, here are a couple of current European brands that won't upset any moderators, taken with a Graflex Crown Graphic:


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    OM2n, 28/2, XP2 @ 1600, Ilfotec HC, X1 scan:

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    OM2n, 85/2, XP2 @ 1600, Ilfotec HC, X1 scan:

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    This was from a polaroid and a Mamiya RZ
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    A few with the Mamiya RZ and 75mm using Portra 400.
    The close up portrait was taken with a Leica MP/Summilux 50mm 1.4 pre ASPH and Portra 400. It's incredibly sharp and rivals medium format at sizes up to 11x14.
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    1978, K1000, 50/2, FP4, Paterson Acutol, Nikon 9000 scan. Severely cropped as Pippa isn't ready for the world to see all of it!


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    Another with the Mamiya RZ in b/w.
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    Pentax SF1n, 50/1.4, Tri-X, ISO 800, TMax developer, Nikon 9000 scan:

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    2010, FM3a, 50/1.2, Tri-X, Diafine, Flextight 848 scan:


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    2010, FM3a, 50/1.2, Tri-X, Diafine, 848 scan:

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    K1000, 50/2, Fujichrome 100, some tiny flash and a great deal of ignorance:

    1978, In the dark by chrism229, on Flickr

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    A few recent film photos taken with a Leica MP 50mm 1.4 and a Mamiya RZ with a zone plate. The RZ is actually kinda portable with this set up!
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    RM3di, 70HR, FP4
    First one is a two picture stitch.
    Last one is Methodist church, Apalachicola, FL.
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    Your observations about the technical aspects, please

    Have never been a serious film photographer, shot less than a dozen rolls in my life. Recently, I shot a roll after several years. This photo was taken with a Bessa 3RA and a Perar 21/4.5 lens at f/5.6. A lab developed and Noritsu-scanned a roll of Ilford FP4+ 125.

    Most of the shots came out over-exposed. Not horrendously, but pretty bad, enough to be rejects. I let the camera do the metering and left most shots at straight auto exposure, despite having read comments that the meter on this camera overexposes. This one I shot at 1/2 EC, which came out to 1/30 second.



    I made several modest adjustments in Picture Window Pro (by the way, version 7 is currently free while Digital Light & Color develops version 8).

    Please give me your observations of what I did wrong or might have done better - taking the shot, trying to give instructions to the lab (I'm not ready to do my own developing or scanning), and post processing the scan.

    The Perar has a reputation for vignette. I applied a darkening gradient along the top portion in post.

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    Thank you.
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    I'm still living in the past. 1979, K1000, 50/2, FP4, Acutol, X1 scan:


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    Re: Your observations about the technical aspects, please

    Quote Originally Posted by Charles2 View Post
    Most of the shots came out over-exposed. Not horrendously, but pretty bad, enough to be rejects. I let the camera do the metering and left most shots at straight auto exposure, despite having read comments that the meter on this camera overexposes. This one I shot at 1/2 EC, which came out to 1/30 second....

    Please give me your observations of what I did wrong or might have done better - taking the shot, trying to give instructions to the lab (I'm not ready to do my own developing or scanning), and post processing the scan.
    Most B&W films - actually, most negative films - have very substantial overexposure latitude. Without having seen your negatives or scans, my first guess would be that the negatives are probably OK but the scanning process was poorly calibrated and isn't doing them justice.

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

    Pentax 645n, 120/4, XP2 @400, Ilfotec HC, X1 scan:


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    645n, 120/4, XP2 @400, Ilfotec HC, X1 scan:


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

    Havenít posted anything in a long time. Have swapped my M6ti for a Fuji TX1 with a friend for 3 months. Had some expired Velvia 50 in the fridge. I am sure businesses arenít trading as normal with these works going on.
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    Rolleiflex 2.8GX, XP2 @ 200, Ilfotec HC, X1 scan:


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    Needful things:
    645n, 120/4, XP2 @400, Ilfotec HC, X1 scan:


    Jeep by chrism229, on Flickr

    Much as the vehicle isn't well made, it does go through deep snow like no other. The other needful thing for all of us is proper backup of all our scans.

    Rolleiflex 2.8GX, XP2 @200, Ilfotec HC, Hasselblad X1 scan:


    Backup system by chrism229, on Flickr

    This old iMac has four 8TB drives attached, and they are set up to copy one to another every day. On top of that JBOD enclosure is a drive dock, and any naked 3.5" drive may be set into it. I have seven such drives that get cloned once a week (and two of them live off site). On the floor below the Brother MFC and the old HP 7600 is an Epson P600, which is my current A3/A4 printer. Not a piece on the Beseler enlarger.

    Pentax K2, 50/1.2, Fuji Neopan 400, Rodinal 1+50, Hasselbad X1 scan:


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    but that is a different matter.


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    When We Were Young 3 by chrism229, on Flickr


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    Mamiya 645AFDIII / 55 / TX
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Some time ago, I bought in on a Kickstarter for a new Lomo camera ... the Instant Square, using Fuji Instax SQ film as its medium. It arrived a couple of weeks ago, but I had to order some film and get some CR2/CR2025 batteries (2x CR2 for the camera, 1x CR2025 for its IR remote).

    I finished my first pack of film yesterday. Just learning it... Of the ten exposures, I lost one (the print must have fallen out of my pocket) and four are, I think, reasonably representative of the quality this camera can produce.

    Here are the four snappies as examples:


    Lomo Instant Square - Instax SQ

    A format comparison (sizing keeps to the relative pixel dimensions, same post-scan processingójust a minimal tone curve adjustment):


    MiNT Polaroid SLR670a - Impossible 600 Color (gen3)

    This Lomo camera is going to be fun! I hope Fuji creates a B&W version of the SQ film as well.

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    Pentax K1000, 50mm'f2.0, Fujichrome 100 converted to B&W, Hasselblad X1 scan:

    When We Were Young 4 by chrism229, on Flickr

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    More experiments in the dark in 1978/1979:


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    Chris, I love the "when we were young" series. My wife has been following along, also. My congrats to you and your wife for your love and sharing with those of us on the forum.
    I wouldn't mind doing something similar, but then my earlier shots are with an SX-70, which I have never scanned.
    Anyway, just wanted to thank you for sharing the love and bringing back the memories of our own. God bless you, man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBrew View Post
    Chris, I love the "when we were young" series. My wife has been following along, also. My congrats to you and your wife for your love and sharing with those of us on the forum.
    I wouldn't mind doing something similar, but then my earlier shots are with an SX-70, which I have never scanned.
    Anyway, just wanted to thank you for sharing the love and bringing back the memories of our own. God bless you, man.
    Well, just for you:


    When We Were Young 6 by chrism229, on Flickr

    I just did a half second exposure on a monopod of my muse sipping a glass of champagne as we celebrate the seeming success of the third wide excision of a melanoma - hopefully wide enough this time. I've some gruesome pictures of the skin graft etc, but they don't belong here (digital via iPhone). When I'm done my nursing and dressing changing duties I'll get around to developing that film. Personally, I would have preferred not to be in a race to see which of us has the luxury of succumbing first, but all things considered I can't complain as I have been very lucky to have forty years with her.
    Wishing you and your better half all the best!
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    Minolta Hi-Matic 7SII / XP2S
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    I just did a half second exposure on a monopod of my muse sipping a glass of champagne as we celebrate the seeming success of the third wide excision of a melanoma - hopefully wide enough this time. I've some gruesome pictures of the skin graft etc, but they don't belong here (digital via iPhone). When I'm done my nursing and dressing changing duties I'll get around to developing that film. Personally, I would have preferred not to be in a race to see which of us has the luxury of succumbing first, but all things considered I can't complain as I have been very lucky to have forty years with her.
    Swatting melanomas is a drag... Here's hoping Zeno can sprinkle some of his magic paradox-dust on this race so that nobody can be the "winner" for a good while yet.
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    When We Were Young is delightful and inspiring, thank you for posting these photos.

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    When we were young: the scarf edition!


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    MP, Summilux 50, Delta 3200, TMax developer, Nikon 9000 scan:


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    I haven't been around these parts for a while. I too really enjoyed the "when we were young" series. Thank you for sharing.

    A couple from a Mamiyaflex C I received last week. Finally got around to taking it out for a test run. Lens is 10.5cm and film is XP2.



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    Mamiya RB67 with 90mm KL lens and Rollei 400 70mm film in Rodinal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjlapier View Post
    Mamiya RB67 with 90mm KL lens...
    Hand-held?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oren Grad View Post
    Hand-held?
    Yes kinda. I bring a monopod sometimes.

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    Two from the latest roll. RM3di, 70 HR, Fuji Acros.
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    Mamiya RB67 w/65mm KL. 70mm Rollei 400--Semi Stand Rodinal.

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    Up on the roof shovelling off snow this morning - I went down and got my Rolleiflex (XP2, Ilfotec HC, ISO 50, X1 scans):


    Up on the roof 1 by chrism229, on Flickr


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

    Norfolk Island grows a particular fir tree, which looks very primitive to me - like something from a Jurassic landscape. These poor little trees are now grown in the warmer parts of north America, then sprayed with glitter paint, and then sold as living Christmas trees. Generally, they die no matter what you do, as the paint prevents them from photosynthesising. This particular one might be called a 'rescue tree' - we washed and wiped off all the paint we could, and placed it outside in the sun, the rain and the wind each summer for the last several years. Now it is growing to the point where our cathedral ceiling will not cope, and we may have to prune out the central shoots if we are to keep it alive rather than throw it away. Obviously, no choice there! We may have to raise a roof to continue to support it.


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    Stormy day on the coast of Maine with 20 foot + waves. Taken with the Pentax 645NII and Kodak Portra 400.
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    Fuji GF670, set for 6x6 / Tri-X

    The trail in the picture is gone now. Within a few months after this was taken, the trail started to flood just a bit beyond the part you can see here, as the marshy pond bounded by the trail expanded under extensive rainfall. For a while, the trail was roped off and marked as "closed for maintenance" a few steps behind where this was taken. Eventually, the sanctuary management decided to let nature take its course. Now the part you see in this picture is completely overgrown and there's no trace of there ever having been a trail. Happily, there is a higher vantage point nearby from which there is a view across the pond.

    Camera is gone, too. Sold, though, not flooded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wjlapier View Post
    Yes kinda. I bring a monopod sometimes.
    You are a brave soul. Nicely done!

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    While I'm at it, another one from the same roll. This is a different body of water, in another corner of the same wildlife sanctuary. Taken late July, when the water lilies are behaving like they own the place.


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