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    I slowly get the results I want from my drum scanner. Still some way to go, but this one turned out nicely.
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    Sometime in the 1980's. Hasselblad FC2000, probably 40 mm Distagon, not sure, Kodak EPP. Copied with Phase XF and 120 macro.

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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    A little later, but with a Mamiya 6:

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    Re: Mamiya 6 + 135 Film

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    35mm Film to 120 Spool Adapter on shapeways.com

    I'm interested to try these adapters out as well! I figured these are the perfect use for the extra A24 back that I have sitting around. Kind of like an XPAN-lite on my 503CX, only a bit awkward that the default framing is vertical. Need a matting overlay for the focusing screen. For anyone interested, there are files out there to print these for free if you have access to a 3D printer.
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    I have the 6mf and don't have any issues with it, but I did own the 7II and the original 6 and they are all fine. I used the Mamiya pan 35mm adapter when I got the 6 back in the 90s. I found it to be not to my liking and the idea of cropping the MF film just seemed to be more appealing to me at the time.

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    Another one from the drum scanner.

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    Mamiya RZ67IID | 110mm | Portra 160 | Flexicolor C41
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    China

    A bit more unusual for me, as this is not a landscape picture. I liked the feeling of the moment though.

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    And yet another one with the drum scanner. It's kind of funny to process a low-end-film that way, but I chose it for artistic purposes. It's a Chinese lucky film that lacks the chemical layer to prevent lights to burn out. However, I really do like the effect it has.

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    And that would be the Tokyo Giants. This is an amusement arcade in En-no-shima in Japan.
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    Road trip, I wish. Pentax 67, 35mm Provia, Nikon 9000.

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    Hasselblad 501cm + 120/4 CFi + TMY2 (Pyrocat HD)
    Fuji X-Pro3 + Zeiss Touit 50/2.8M



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    At the last weekend away with my wife's family I was asked to shoot portraits of everyone. I decided to shoot the brothers and sisters on film and their children with digital. I overestimated their willingness to be in front of the camera (and my comfort level to direct them, being a landscape shooter at heart) and had to ditch my ambitious plans for the film images and decided to shoot just a straight portrait of everyone in the same place, 2 sheets per person. No one was in front of the camera for more than a minute or two, but between rounding them up, changing film etc. it took me quite a few hours to get the 12 portraits done.

    They came back into my mind because in two weeks we were supposed to go on another family trip, but that obviously won't happen because of the reason.

    All shot on Fomapan 100, developed in R09.
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Quote Originally Posted by phOtOny teXas View Post
    Mamiya 7II - Marfa, teXas





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    There are so many wonderful photos in this thread that it's hard not to just skip through it and click all the like buttons...! Some wonderful work!

    I love the abstraction in this one. So nice!

    Bravo, Everyone! You are inspiring me!

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    Pentax 645N,120mm macro, Provia, Nikon 9000

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    Those 35mm adapter spools look like fun, darr. I'd be entertained to play with them, but I know from long experience that I'd buy them, shoot two rolls of film, and then they'll sit in my drawer forever.

    I posted elsewhere that I'd finally finished the roll of film I put into a ReallySoSubtle 6x6 pinhole camera a year ago, and I got some amusing images out of it. I liked this one in particular:


    Appropriate Distance - Japan Town, San Jose 2020
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    The title is a bit of a photography joke ... this is an effective 20mm focal length on 6x6 film so my buddy in the photo is literally just barely 6 foot away...

    There are four other photos at the album on Flickr.com: click on the image to get there if you're amused by this stuff. I did minimal processing other than the negative inversion and sizing.

    enjoy!
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Quote Originally Posted by JeRuFo View Post
    At the last weekend away with my wife's family I was asked to shoot portraits of everyone. I decided to shoot the brothers and sisters on film and their children with digital. I overestimated their willingness to be in front of the camera (and my comfort level to direct them, being a landscape shooter at heart) and had to ditch my ambitious plans for the film images and decided to shoot just a straight portrait of everyone in the same place, 2 sheets per person. No one was in front of the camera for more than a minute or two, but between rounding them up, changing film etc. it took me quite a few hours to get the 12 portraits done.

    They came back into my mind because in two weeks we were supposed to go on another family trip, but that obviously won't happen because of the reason.

    All shot on Fomapan 100, developed in R09.
    Very nice. The resemblance in the eyes is remarkable.
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    Lots of time to review images lately and at the risk of over-posting, I'll add one more. Pentax 67, Provia, Nikon 9000. Lots of technical faults in this, but I find it appealing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Very nice. The resemblance in the eyes is remarkable.
    Thank you. Yes, that is pretty much the only resemblance I can find.

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    Flinders Island, Tasmania. Horseman 617 Velvia 50 film.
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    I wonder if this is still "medium format" or rather fits the large format category. Well, at least the film is 120.

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    'Rebecca Marie' - Stonington Maine

    X1D - took the XCD 35-75 out for a spin on a rental. It's impressive.

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    If that boat is the rental, I'm thinking that perhaps you parked it in the wrong spot.

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    So many of us photographers are also musicians at some level. My first love was the classical guitar. As a child whenever I heard the classical guitar played well, I could not think of anything more beautiful. But my father insisted I pursue the visual arts early on. I did take a year of classical guitar in college (after years of private lessons), only to realize my father was right! I could never be a performer, or happy as a music teacher, but I still love the classical guitar. I was able to see Segovia perform in Philadelphia shortly before he passed away and was amazed at what he could do at his age. I still play and I am still in love with it all. Anybody else want to share their love for music?
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    Nice top on that guitar - you can see the medullary rays so clearly. In the same boat here. Play for myself but steel string folky country and learn through absorption from my professional musician gf, but even more fun during this pandemic limited society, I've been getting up to speed on digital recording with an Apollo system and a few really nice mic's. We did our first remote session Saturday where we recorded Gee for part of a soundtrack for an animated feature - more like sound effects played on accordion. One bar at a time. But what fun.

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    I'd almost forgotten that these two photos were medium format film images ... I posted them in another thread, but perhaps those not watching there might want to see them here.


    Fence, Trash Can, Loading Dock - Santa Clara 2020


    Olive Tree - Santa Clara 2020

    Both were made with the Fuji GS645S Wide 60 Professional on Washi-120 (rice-paper based) film.

    enjoy!
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    This flag appeared on a sandbar in the Potomac River, south of Washington over the winter. Who put it there and why is unknown. It surrendered to the winds and tides in a few days. Shot with a Fuji GW690 with Portra 400.
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    Her parents always got a nice selection of photos and I got to play and make memories.

    Today is my 62nd birthday ...
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    Happy birthday, Darlene ...
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    Yes Darlene
    Happy birthday to you . Stay safe and healthy . And keep on posting lovely images as you have done so many times in the past . Best regards . Jürgen .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Happy birthday, Darr! Best wishes for many more happy years of making images!

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    Happy birthday Darlene, make it an unforgettable day
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    Love your work, Darlene - you make MY birthdays happy!
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    Happy birthday Darlene. Enjoy the cake.
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    Happy Birthday Darleen!! When you blow out those candles, make sure you make a grand wish for something special from Dante . Just have fun on your special day. Now about that cake...…..

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    Also from my side, happy birthday,Darr! Always a pleasure to see your work!
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    This school has an interesting place in history, as it "opened in 1916, it consolidated seven one-room schoolhouses in the area and was at the time the second largest rural consolidated school in the country." wikipedia

    The structure was in bad shape after Hurricane Andrew hit, and in 2006 when I photographed it. It was funded for restoration, but the sad thing about that area of Florida is the hurricanes! Mother Nature takes it all away down there. I have lived in and out of the area since the early 80s and have seen the landscape change every few years. The last hits we took from H. Wilma than a few weeks later, H. Katrina, made me decide once and for all to never live there again.
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    Shinjuku, Tokyo. Horseman SW612 with 55mm Rodenstock Grandagon
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    Taken about 15 years ago with a Pentax 645 and Provia. I suspect this beach looks as beautiful today as it has for thousands of years, except for a brief span 76 years ago. Omaha Beach, France. Eternally grateful.
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    During the time I have been holed-up in my nest, I have been running tests on my 6x12 pano setup. I acquired a well used Cambo Wide months back for pano shooting when traveling. The tests I have been running involve film & digital backs, viewfinders, and hyperfocal distance. I think I know my kit well enough now, so things are "looking up" for me in this regard. A camping trip is scheduled for the very near future and I am looking forward to the travel and hope the weather is cooperative.

    My goal was to fit the kit in a Domke J-2 bag, and this is what it will carry: Cambo 650 (Schneider 65/5.6 Super Angulon), Linhof Techno Rollex 612 magazine, Linhof Super Rollex 6x9 magazine, Linhof Multifocus Optical Viewfinder, Fotoman Dmax Ground Glass 6x12 viewfinder, and my waist pack. Film, light meter, cables and scratch pad fits in the front pockets.

    My tests taught me a few things I did not know before I started with the gear. First, a lot of the gear I already owned and used with my Linhof 4x5 over the years. The Cambo Wide came with an optical viewfinder, but I prefer using my Linhof, so the Cambo VF will be sold. The film magazines work well on the Cambo, but the Cambo's graflock is easier to move than what I am use to and so extra care when using the magazines. I learned over the years that hyperfocal distance is not always as predictable as what the lens markings say. I run tests starting at 15 feet to infinity, and the particular lens I have performs best at f/22. Some photographers may have a lens that does best at f/32, but mine does a beautiful job at f/22.

    I hope things are beginning to get better for you and yours.

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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    I dance back and forth between medium format and instant with my film photography these days. Both are satisfying.


    Rose - Santa Clara 2020
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    Scanned with Hasselblad 907x + Macro-Elmarit-R 60mm f/2.8

    The latest Polaroid 600 color can create some terrific colors in print now.

    enjoy,
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    That's a great shot.

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    Lovely portrait!
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    Sunset on State Street




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