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    Mamiya 7II, 43mm, Kodak Portra:

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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    ***FILM ALERT***

    Kodak Ektachrome E100 in 120 and 4x5 is available now as pre-order and delivery in late December!!!!!

    https://filmphotographyproject.com/c...sheet-formats/
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    Medium Format? Can I play with 8x10? :-) Doing it Avedon Style
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    Hasselblad 500 C/M, CF 50mm, Velvia 100 with digital BW conversion, Scan with Nikon Coolscan 8000

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    Wrong post.
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Hi, Darr,

    Another early riser...

    Thank you for sharing once again, it is a bit sad to know buildings once admired and photographed are no longer there. But the basic idea of wabi sabi, which I appreciate more with each passing year, is the appreciation of the beauty of impermanence... so your images are so relevant

    I love the tones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles S View Post
    P45 film ?
    Wrong thread, sorry.

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    from a few years back, Rollei TLR.

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    Lake Louise at Sunrise from a very long time ago when I was shooting Velvia 50 film on a Pentax 67 II.
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Beautiful Steven! its going through in a special way! How did you scan?
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Is large format also fine for a change? Still learning with this scanner, and although it has a comparatively low resolution for LF (1800 DPI), prints are coming out nicely. Also a lot faster to operate than my drum scanner.

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    I have used Mike at AGx Imaging in Michigan. Great guy to deal with. He uses a Hasselblad X5 scanner.

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    Beautiful Steven! its going through in a special way! How did you scan?
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Nikon 9000 scan of Astia. Pentax 645N, 35mm. NB I second Steven's comments above concerning AgX. I've had all my film developed there.
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    AgX.

    Timely bit of information there! Thanks for all the feedback, I must look into the possibility of using them.
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    Its been about five years since I have had film scanned. Tell Mike you are a friend of mine.

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    AgX.

    Timely bit of information there! Thanks for all the feedback, I must look into the possibility of using them.
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    Some lovely photos as always.

    I'm hoping I get some time today to scan and render this roll of film I made with the Hasselblad 500CM. One thing and another has gotten in the way for a week and some since I processed it. There looks to be a couple of interesting frames on it, glancing through it with loupe and lightbox.

    Oh for infinite time and energy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Hi, Darr,

    Another early riser...

    Thank you for sharing once again, it is a bit sad to know buildings once admired and photographed are no longer there. But the basic idea of wabi sabi, which I appreciate more with each passing year, is the appreciation of the beauty of impermanence... so your images are so relevant

    I love the tones.
    Thank you Dave!
    I do enjoy shooting and processing black & white film, and appreciate your kind comments. ❤️

    Kind regards,
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    Grosvenor Arch, Utah. Likely Fujichrome Provia. 4x5
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    Hollywood Freeway at the Cahuenga/Gower exit to Sunset Boulevard. Shot through car window with Fuji GSW690, 65mm Fujinon lens, Fuji 220 Provia film, drum scan.

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    A digital image.... mid-morning.

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    Hasselblad SWC/M, FP4 and a 15 minute exposure - Geevor tin mine several years after closing, West Cornwall (UK) in 1992





    500C/M with 50mm (AFAIR)



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    Santorini. Hasselblad 2000F. Kodak Vericolor.
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    Mamiya 6, 150mm, some old porta

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    Christmas Eve. Mamiya RB, Sekor 90mm.
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Quote Originally Posted by TimoK View Post
    Christmas Eve. Mamiya RB, Sekor 90mm.
    Wow! That looks cold!!! ...where is this?

    Two lights, the only visual signs of warmth. Very nice image that must have been uncomfortable to shoot. Thanks for sharing.

    This reminds me that extreme environmental conditions have not been a part of my shooting in a long time. Perhaps those days are gone, but not my appreciation for those who embrace them and make them part of their motif.
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    Many people in Finland go swimming after sauna in these conditions. There has to be a sawed hole in the ice. Another fun thing is simply rolling naked in the snow if there is no water. It's like getting high instantly and afterwards you feel great in the hot sauna. I don't like winter bathing. Merry Christmas, I'm sorry I can't post images because I'm off my editing computer.
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    From 1990 with Hasselblad 500C/M and 150/4 - Western side of the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall UK









    Above three all Poldhu looking south




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    Newfoundland, Fall 1997, Plaubel Makina W67, 55mm f/4.5 Nikkor, Kodak EPP 6005, Epson 700...
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    Is this image in the wrong thread ? ? ?
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    Yes it is sorry....2nd time I have done that. (Senior Moment).
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    I am posting these two images on the fun with medium format thread and fun with medium format film thread. First image from Feb 1986 shot with Pentax 645, Kodacolor negative film and a graduated pink filter. I re-did it today with a new sky made with my digital camera. I am 82 and reliving my youth-----sorry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Yes it is sorry....2nd time I have done that. (Senior Moment).
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    Then delete it please!

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    Then delete it please!
    Deleted at your request.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
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    Thank you.

    This is my favorite thread because it does not include digital imaging. Let’s stay focused on the original purpose of this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    I am posting these two images on the fun with medium format thread and fun with medium format film thread. First image from Feb 1986 shot with Pentax 645, Kodacolor negative film and a graduated pink filter. I re-did it today with a new sky made with my digital camera. I am 82 and reliving my youth-----sorry!
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    Why don’t you start a new thread for “hybrid imaging” where other likeminded photographers can find and share the type of digital post processing you do. IMO, this does not qualify as a film photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjb View Post
    Thank you.

    This is my favorite thread because it does not include digital imaging. Let’s stay focused on the original purpose of this thread.

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    But all film images shown here have been digitised... I know that my film scans have been through Photoshop to cover hairs, alter contrast etc, so no different to a digital image?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_McMaster View Post
    But all film images shown here have been digitised... I know that my film scans have been through Photoshop to cover hairs, alter contrast etc, so no different to a digital image?

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    I agree we need to digitize our film for web usage, but a film image is one that is made at an instance of time. Manipulating the original film through PS for general touch ups like dust and the like is not much different than what we did in the days before PS. But when an image is enhanced away from the original film, it becomes a hybrid image like the replacing of an entire sky.

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    Yes it is sorry....2nd time I have done that. (Senior Moment).
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    I am posting these two images on the fun with medium format thread and fun with medium format film thread. First image from Feb 1986 shot with Pentax 645, Kodacolor negative film and a graduated pink filter. I re-did it today with a new sky made with my digital camera. I am 82 and reliving my youth-----sorry!
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    Please carny on young man. I wish you all the best.
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    cjb Why don’t you start a new thread for “hybrid imaging” where other likeminded photographers can find and share the type of digital post processing you do. IMO, this does not qualify as a film photo.
    Sir, why dont you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by B L View Post
    Sir, why dont you?
    I do not replace my film images with digital images. Why shoot film if that is the intent? This is the only thread that says Medium Format FILM. There are so many other threads on this board for digital imaging. Just one thread for us film shooters. I was not trying to be difficult, just asking the images be film as the forum title states.

    Hope you have a nice evening!

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    Hi, Dave,

    All I can say is how wonderful those images are. Excellent!

    I hate that the two threads can be confusing, but a mistake now and then is to be expected. Either way, you, as the artistic photographer I know you to be can submit your images drawn on papyrus for all I care, it is always a joy to see your posts!!!
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