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Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

gcap

Well-known member
Brilliant shot and accurate beautiful scanning.
would you mind let us know what equipment you used for scanning?
especially some people complain it is difficult for scanning Kodak Ektar 100, but your pics shown another world. They are totally fabulous.
Hi!

I use an EPSON V850 with epson scan. The Acropolis pic is not Ektar though, it is Fuji 400.
 

hasselblad 503cw

Active member
Hi!

I use an EPSON V850 with epson scan. The Acropolis pic is not Ektar though, it is Fuji 400.
Thanks a lot. Yes I mean pics posted above Acropolis with blue sky. it is difficult to get deep blue with Ektar 100.
you did good job with EPSON V850.

Best wishes
 

Wall-H

Active member
@gcap @hasselblad 503cw i Just can't figure out how you managed to lose all the grain. That's my quest. I'd really appreciate if you can pass me some tips ? I opened thread here.
 

hasselblad 503cw

Active member
12 years ago, I had shot some pics with Cfi 150mm CF 250SA CFE 350SA CFE 350SA+APO 1.4X CFE 350SA+APO1.4X+2XE
you can see how good CFE 350 SA even with 1.4X+2XE extent to 1000mm F16

Hasselblad 503CW CFI 150MM NIKON 8000ED FUJI RVP 50
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Hasselblad 503CW CF 250MM SA NIKON 8000ED FUJI RVP 50
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Hasselblad 503CW CFE 350MM SA NIKON 8000EDFUJI RVP 50
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Hasselblad 503CW CFE 350MM SA+APO 1.4X NIKON 8000ED FUJI RVP 50
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Hasselblad 503CW CFE 350MM SA+APO1.4X+2XE=1000MM F16 NIKON 8000ED FUJI RVP 50
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hasselblad 503cw

Active member
@gcap @hasselblad 503cw i Just can't figure out how you managed to lose all the grain. That's my quest. I'd really appreciate if you can pass me some tips ? I opened thread here.
I don't know why I can get the result.
I use KODAK Ektar 100 lab developed with PHASE ONE P65+ scanned at moment. I used FUJI RVP 50 only, but stop shoot film near 10 years.
I would confirm it is good than my previous Nikon 8000ED, the cons is there is no ICE no dust remove. But it is much more efficency.
 

tenmangu81

Well-known member
12 years ago, I had shot some pics with Cfi 150mm CF 250SA CFE 350SA CFE 350SA+APO 1.4X CFE 350SA+APO1.4X+2XE
you can see how good CFE 350 SA even with 1.4X+2XE extent to 1000mm F16

Hasselblad 503CW CFI 150MM NIKON 8000ED FUJI RVP 50
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Hasselblad 503CW CF 250MM SA NIKON 8000ED FUJI RVP 50
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Hasselblad 503CW CFE 350MM SA NIKON 8000EDFUJI RVP 50
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Hasselblad 503CW CFE 350MM SA+APO 1.4X NIKON 8000ED FUJI RVP 50
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Hasselblad 503CW CFE 350MM SA+APO1.4X+2XE=1000MM F16 NIKON 8000ED FUJI RVP 50
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Nice !! Looks to be the Summer Palace.
 

Nokton48

Well-known member
Testing Studio Lighting 350mm f.56 Tele Tessar ELM by Nokton48, on Flickr

Hasselblad EL/M with 350mm F5.6 black Non-T* Tele-Tessar. Ilford 120 FP4+. Broncolor Balloon Head (gorgeous light as smooth and soft as you can get!) camera left, silver reflector just off camera right. Laser aligned Omega DII 180mm black Rodagon 8x10 Arista Matte #2 Multigrade. 18mm Hasselblad Extension Tube brought the 350mm lens into focus at this close distance. Seamless Paper "Sky Blue" Savage.
 

PeterA

Well-known member
Much as enjoy trawling through the very few scans I bothered to make of the thousands of negatives I have thrown out ( good or bad decision who knows?) and much as I love the look of film and much as newer processing tech can bring back life to decades old processing ....and as much as I am romantically drawn to buying a Pentax 6x7 and a couple of wonderful Pentax lenses (for the look) - I doubt I would have the time and inclination to do more than shoot maybe 50 rolls before I got totally fed up with the reality that (for me) I prefer the (relatively) instant gratification of digital - not to mention the lower cost and hassle and time....

makes me sad in some ways...

edit: I guess that is why that when post a pic of these old shots (scanned) I dont care about showing the 'errors' in development which made these previously throw aways..and now fond memories...I love them and their 'impefections'.
 
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