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Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

Godfrey

Well-known member
Day 1 of Perkeo in Tijuana: Made 6 exposures, have to slow down! Only have 18 more exposures worth of film ... need to shoot more with the iPhone! :) LOL!!

I'm running completely on guesstimated exposure to this point ... simple, sunlight scenes, why worry about a meter? ASA 100 film, set f/11 and 1/100 sec, focus by zone. Open up a stop or two in shade. Life can be so simple. :D

G
 

Godfrey

Well-known member
I'm back from my trip. The second roll in the Perkeo has four exposures to go before I process the film. I am sure I made a few errors along the way, eager to see what I captured...

Oh! I made another exposure with it yesterday, so now three exposures to go on the second roll. LOL! :D

G
 

dave.gt

Well-known member
I'm back from my trip. The second roll in the Perkeo has four exposures to go before I process the film. I am sure I made a few errors along the way, eager to see what I captured...

Oh! I made another exposure with it yesterday, so now three exposures to go on the second roll. LOL! :D

G
Hey, Godfrey,:)

Have any images ready to share from the Perkeo?
 

Godfrey

Well-known member
Hey, Godfrey,:)

Have any images ready to share from the Perkeo?
LOL! I've only *just* processed and scanned the two rolls of film I shot with the Perkeo II the other day and have had very little time to actually look at the results. :) But ... this one popped out at me as being pretty pleasing.


3YR Barrel @ Vena Cava - Guadalupe Valley, Mexico 2021
Voigtländer Perkeo II
Ilford HP5
ISO 320 @ f/4 @ 1/2 sec

I used the tasting table I was standing at as my tripod, estimated the focus and exposure, and gently released the shutter. Pretty close to right, I think! :D

enjoy, G
 

dave.gt

Well-known member
LOL! I've only *just* processed and scanned the two rolls of film I shot with the Perkeo II the other day and have had very little time to actually look at the results. :) But ... this one popped out at me as being pretty pleasing.


3YR Barrel @ Vena Cava - Guadalupe Valley, Mexico 2021
Voigtländer Perkeo II
Ilford HP5
ISO 320 @ f/4 @ 1/2 sec

I used the tasting table I was standing at as my tripod, estimated the focus and exposure, and gently released the shutter. Pretty close to right, I think! :D

enjoy, G
Great tones!

Yeah, you got it right! Thanks!!!:)
 

dave.gt

Well-known member
Ah, a lovely lady and 120 Portra...

Nicely done! I just remembered that I have done Portra in one of my bags! Always loved that film, now I must get bust and use it. Thanks!:):):)
 

nathantw

Member
Passed these two trees while driving on the freeway year after year and just thought they'd look cool in a picture. So one day I decided to stop on the shoulder, take the Hasselblad 553ELX out and 120mm lens and shoot a few frames, some on Kodak Tri-X and a few on Ektachrome. I liked this black and white version better because of the sloping shape.


I figured that while I was editing the photo that I'd play around with it. I envisioned it as a painting so I thought I'd give a few clicks of the mouse to see what I'd get. I really like what I got.
 
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