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

    Last two shots from this roll of expired Velvia 50:

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    Now some expired Velvia 100!


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

    Fuji GX617 - Nevada's Valley of Fire. c. 1996

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

    Shot with my phone, but I thought I'd be fun to post some "making of" shots for that last one! I kept having to move my camera position down the stream to catch the little bit of light filtering in through the trees, so I'm not sure if this was the exact spot I ended up pulling the trigger.


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

    And now for something a little different ...

    The changes to yahoo groups is inspiring a lot of my group lists/forums to move to other server hosts, one of which is the Subminiature list, a forum for enthusiasts of sub-half-frame 35 cameras. Minox 8x11 is one of the big names there. Change has awakened a few of the posters… the list has been very very quiet for years. I was one of the earliest subscribers, some time in about 1995 or 1996; several old friends that date from that time and the next half decade appeared out of the blue. Some discussion ensued, and I got inspired.

    I checked my records and found that the last time I shot any Minox 8x11 film was two rolls I did in 2013. Wow, has it really been that long?

    Two of my Minox cameras—an early C and a 1980s EC—were just where I put them way back then … I pulled them out, found I'd left the battery in one. Oops! But no leakage, AND the ancient PX-27 battery was still at nominal voltage! That's testimony to how tight the electronics in that even more ancient Minox EC are.

    I used the battery to test the EC shutter as well as the Minox C shutter. Both working perfectly. So I made a decision, left the battery in the C, and loaded up a 36 exposure roll of Minox ASA 25 b&w film (Agfa APX25, expiration date 2002). Yeah. I pulled out the Minox mini tripod, the adapter for the EC flash to the C body, and the flash itself. The whole kit fits into a corner of the pocket of my bicycle bag. I carried it all on my cycle loop today and made six exposures. Feels so good to have this little camera back up and shooting again!

    Photos to come when I finish the roll and process it.

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    Well, that roll is processed and ready to scan, along with the ancient roll that was half shot in the EC when I pulled them out of the drawer.

    But ... In the meantime, there's been more activity.

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    I signed up to obtain a first issue of the new Analog Forever magazine a few months ago. A week or three ago, I received an invite to a San Francisco photo walk in honor of their launch. Yesterday was the day...

    Getting ready to go, I thought about what camera to take along. The Hasselblad 500CM came to mind, but I recently had my Minox C and EC cameras out and I thought, "Hmm. I wonder if folks would like to see some Minox cameras. I'm sure there'll be other Hasselblads..." So I loaded a roll of Minopan (Agfa APX) 25 into the Minox C and a roll of Minopan 100 into the Minox EC. Carrying two Minox cameras with their flash unit as well as the Minox tripod (just in case) leaves my bag delightfully light and empty, to the point where I then thought, "Oh stuff it: I'll carry the Polaroid SLR670x by MiNT and two packs of 600 Color as well." That way we could share some photos at the end-walk meetup point at SF Camerawork.



    I took CalTrain up from San Jose to avoid having to deal with parking and traffic, and bussed up to the start point. Meet up was at Glass Key Photo on Sutter near Van Ness Avenue. I arrived as folks were beginning to show up and walked in. Oh my! I haven't seen a photo shop with a wall of printing papers and a set of refrigerators full of film behind the counter in quite a long time!

    People arrived with a delightful array of interesting cameras. Lots of instant film, new and old, 35mm RFs, 35mm SLRs, and MF SLRs/TLRs/RFs. A couple folks with 8mm and Super 8 movie cameras. Everyone was in a festive mood and happy to chat about their gear, their photography, etc, and there was a good mix of men and women as well. A few folks I knew from other events and places were there, notably my friends from Modern Book Gallery days Niniane and Danny. (Danny still works for Modern Book in their latest efforts and Niniane now works for Analog Forever.)

    The walk commenced with the usual hubbub of getting a group shot. About a hundred people had assembled... quite a daunting group to photograph in the narrow confines of the sidewalk outside the shop. After that we loosely meandered along in a spread out bunch of groups, first up to Bush Street and then down Bush to the Leica Store near the top of Grant Avenue and the Dragon Gate, people snapping photos as we went. Then the walk headed down to Market Street, and back towards Van Ness until we arrived at SF Camerawork.

    The conversation along the way was fun and engaging. People photographed each other, other people, sights along the way, etc etc. I shot one pack of my Polaroid Originals film, finished the roll in the Minox EC, and did about half the roll in the Minox C. Another guy with a 100 series Polaroid made a portrait of me, which he handed to me to hold until it was dry ... I lost track of him and still have it!


    I took one of him too:


    At SF Camerawork, a number of the instant film users (myself included) laid their photos out on the table for everyone to see. This was my set:


    I left a little early because I needed to catch the bus and train back home. On the way out, I asked one of the guys from Glass Key Photo if they carried Minox film, and it seems that they do if he recollects correctly. I did a few more snaps with the Minox C on the way home. There are now about 15 exposures to go in that camera.

    All in all, a very fun day of it. I look forward to my first issue of Analog Forever!
    The roll that I finished in the Minox EC is now processed and will be ready to scan as soon as it is dry...

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    I've now scanned the Minox EC roll. While I made a few mistakes, most frequent of which is fitting the flash and forgetting to switch it from AUTO to Flash mode, there are some amuzing ... and some interesting! ... photos there. Guess that's what comes of not touching a camera for almost a decade.

    Have to blast through the C roll in the next couple of days and get that one processed and scanned too.

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    The evening before the SF photo walk this past weekend, I had the Minox EC with me when I met up with some friends for a drink at the local club. I took a couple of photos there … One, using the flash, of some friends appeals to me despite that it shows my usual error in making it…


    Minox EC + Minox Flash
    Minopan 100 (Agfa APX100) in HC-110 @ 1:49, 76°F for 7 minutes

    I'd forgotten to switch the EC from autoexposure mode to flash mode, so it was trying to capture a long exposure while the flash went off and froze the primary subject. I kind of like the point light tracery overlaid on the frame, though, so eh? So much for intent!

    More Minox soon.

    enjoy!
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    Here's a Minox EC photo from the walk ... actually, on the way to the meet up point:


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    Processed HC-110 1:49 @ 76°F for 7 minutes

    enjoy!
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    Voigtlander Bessa RF; 1937; uncoated Skopar 3.5/105mm @f/4; AGFA APX 100 expired jan.2009; Wehner Developer

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    Voigtlander Bessa RF; 1938; uncoated Heliar 3.5/105 @5.6-8; Kodak Tmax 400; Wehner developer

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    Minox EC + Minopan 100
    HC-110 1:49 for 7 min @ 76°

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    I've now posted all the photos I made with the Minox EC on the photo walk that I think are interesting. This is about my favorite of this bunch:



    The rest can be seen in an album on Flickr.com: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmJhuGj7

    There are still photos to be processed ... I'm almost done with the roll of film in the Minox C and will likely process it in the next couple of days.

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    Anglers' Camp



    Underneath the arches



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    Been a long time (and a difficult year so far). F6, 105/2.8, XP2, HC-110, X1 scan:

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    My friend, Mr Squirrel:

    As usual F6, XP2, HC-110, and scanned with a Nikon LS9000ED.
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    Changed my venerable (1969) Hasselblad 500C for a rather more modern (1992) 503CX with Planar 80mm CF T* and Acute Matt D screen a few days ago. Two shots from a roll of Tri-X taken in Avebury village in Wiltshire. Dev'd in Ilfosol 3 1+9.



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    The Red Lion used to be a favourite pub in Avebury. Is it still there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    The Red Lion used to be a favourite pub in Avebury. Is it still there?

    Yes, still there and seemingly as popular as ever, Chris.
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    Gosh, it's been years since I was there, but I've had a pint and eaten in the Red Lion at Avebury several times! Thanks for reminding me ... Avebury at one time was a favorite stop on my then-regular travels to the UK.

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    More photos in Avebury. H503CX, Planar 80mm CF T*, Tri-X, Ilfosol 3.





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    Reference #4873 & #4877, earlier that morning I had put a roll of Fomapan 100 through the H503CX during a walk along the Ridgeway in Wiltshire.

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    Out for a bicycle ride last Thursday and looking for holiday themed snappies with the Polaroid, I spied these guys by the side of the road in someone's front yard and couldn't resist...


    Polaroid SLR670x by MiNT

    Bring on the holidays! We have dragons to help us out... :dragons

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

    Last winter we actually had a snowy/icy spell of weather - so made an outing with my Fuji GW690II. First is on Portra 400, the second Ektar100.






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    Went for a bit of a stroll around a (new to me) local(ish) country park on Wed morning. The weather forecast for the morning was for it to be dry (true) with sunshine (which never arrived). But that is a whole lot better than for the next few days - very wet and windy. Anyway, nothing ventured, nothing gained...
    H503CX, Planar 80mm + yellow filter, Fomapan 100, Ilfosol 3.

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    At the water's edge



    A 'nothing shot'. What caught my eye was the tonal and textural contrasts in this tangled jumble.

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    Sorry, double post, pls. delete

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    I'm very slowly working on a project to document the remains of the pre-WW1 fortifications around Antwerp on B&W film. I'm probably less than 5% done, but it gives me a fun challenge to use film in a way that has some purpose to keep me going.

    For daylight I mainly use my Leica M2 (with 35, 50 and 90 mm lenses) and inside with a Minolta 505si (with 20, 24 and 35 mm lenses). I've now pretty much standarised on FP4 for outside and either pushed HP5 (to iso 1600) or Delta 3200 for inside.

    Here's an early result with the 505si, a Minolta 35/2 and delta 3200 in Fort Ertbrand

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

    Two more from a recent a roll of Fomapan 100 put through my H503CX during a walk along the Ridgeway in Wiltshire. Planar 80mm f2.8 CF T*, Ilfosol 3 1+9.




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    Polaroid SLR670x by MiNT
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    Local lake and Nature Trail in Jan sunshine. Hasselblad 503CX, Zeiss Planar 80mm CF f2.8, Tri-X.



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    Malmesbury Abbey & the Old Bell Hotel. Hasselblad 503CX, Planar 80mm CF, Tri-X, Ilfosol 3.

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    Shot a roll of Tri-X 400 on a walk in the woods. This one was my favorite Hasselblad 503cx with 80/2.8:


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    More Tri-X 400:


    Log climbing by Graham Gibson, on Flickr


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    Lacock Abbey (home to William Fox Talbot) in January sunshine. Same camera/lens/film combo as Graham.



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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithDM View Post
    Lacock Abbey (home to William Fox Talbot) in January sunshine. Same camera/lens/film combo as Graham.



    Ancient beams in Lacock village. As above.

    Nice stuff with the old fashioned film, Keith. The first of these looks a bit light.

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    Canon F-1N Kodachrome 64

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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    Nice stuff with the old fashioned film, Keith. The first of these looks a bit light.
    Thanks. Taken in very bright January mid-morning sunshine (crystal clear sky for once), so yes it was a very bright scene indeed and that is what I tried to reflect (pun intended!). The sun was directly behind me. No pixels were harmed in the production of this image.
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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    More shots in the park with the 80/2.8:


    Redwoods by Graham Gibson, on Flickr


    Redwood Regional Park Trail by Graham Gibson, on Flickr

    I picked up a beat up Hasselblad 120/4 recently and a 32mm extension tube. Main issue with the lens is a missing EV lock on the barrel but optics look nice though from testing on my A7rII with shift adapters. It was only $200, so I figured I'd give it a whirl and compare shooting to my 150/4. I actually used the 120 Makro to scan these Tri-X shots. With the extension tube it goes to 1:2, so I can completely fill the frame with the 6x6 film, compared to my 55/1.8+close-up lens setup.
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    Out for a bicycle ride today.. I carried the Polaroid since I had a couple of exposures left in it from the trip film. I stopped in Japan Town and set it up on a small tripod to catch this photo of myself.


    At the Zen Buddhist Temple
    Japan Town, San Jose 2020

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    This old tree looked to me like the inside of a brain with a hundred million neurons twisting in every direction.


    Brainstem by Graham Gibson, on Flickr
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    Nikon F80 with 85mm f/1.8 AF and Ilford Pan 400


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    Nikon F80 with 85mm f/1.8 AF and Ilford Pan 400


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    More from my recent visit to Lacock NT village, H503CX, Planar 80mm f2.8, Tri-X, Ilfosol 3.







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