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Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

Hausen

Active member
I normally shoot street art on film with one of my MF cameras, but living in Queenstown NZ and with restricted travel, I haven't had much opportunity to shoot any street art. So I bought a Rolleicord Vb III and thought I would have a play with double exposures. Have always loved Rolleis. This one from my first test roll of Potra 160.Statue.JPG
 

P. Chong

Active member
I have shown this photograph before, but its interesting what happens when an old photograph is re-processed. And I used the new Photoshop 2021 Sky Replacement feature...works pretty well. Hasselblad H3D HM16-32 with HC 2.8/80mm at 1/180s, f/11 on Ilford HP5. The cool thing about the H3D is that it actually imprints the EXIF on the edge of the film.


tokyo-station-sky-replaced.jpg
 

dave.gt

Well-known member
Ah! I must have missed that Photoshop 2021 and sky feature. Thanks!:)

I still love using the film backs! They are simply a joy and the modular concept still resonates with me in so many ways.:)
 
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P. Chong

Active member
Maybe this is a bit more convincing. Also using the Sky Replacement feature on Photoshop. Its early days yet, but I think there is promise. I think the Sky Replacement is more natural than the new Neural Filters, though I am sure that will improve too.

El Capitan from the Merced River. Also with Hasselblad H3D HM16-32 with HC 2.8/80 at f/11, 1/180s, Ilford HP5. BTW, I don't take copious notes after each shot, and for the benefit of those who do not know, the H3D imprints the EXIF data on the edge of the film.


el-capitan.jpg
 

dave.gt

Well-known member
Hmmm... an H3D plus film back is certainly a cost effective way to have a superb MF film system.:)

Always enjoy your posts and images, keep them coming! :cool:
 

Godfrey

Well-known member
Posted this in another thread yesterday, but it belongs here too.
Photo made a couple of months ago ...


Front Door - Santa Clara 2020
Hasselblad 500CM + Planar 80mm f/2.8 T*
ISO 6 @ f/4 @ 1/30

I really like the Washi-120 film. Almost time to order another dozen rolls. :)

enjoy!
G
 
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