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    Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    What?

    Yes! After consulting with higher up, , apparently it is a good idea to start a new thread for a fresh perspective of Medium Format photography.

    So, here it is for those who are of the alternative persuasion... or hybrid preference. An analog images thread in the MF forum! We think it would be a good place to offer film images and experiences for fun, education, historical perspective, and experiences of entirely different gear than what has been the mainstay of the MF forum. Also, comparisons and philisophical musings on the differences between film and digital images would give us all another bite of the apple.

    I will be posting soon... after I return home.

    Who wants to post first?
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    Shot 1999 just outside of Córdoba in south of Spain. Fuji GX 680 III, Fujinon 150, Velvia 120 film scanned on a Minolta Dimage MultiPro.
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Yay!

    Grand Central Terminal and Chrysler Building
    Pentax 67 c.1984


    Mt. Auburn Cemetery
    Yashicamat TLR c.1983


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    Mamiya 7, c.2017 (I was documenting the portrait session, so this is stealing the pro's lighting. The final product was a wet plate, so there were a few 4000Ws Profoto packs in use, as the medium is about ISO 1)


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    The old Tsujiki fish market in Tokyo.

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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    The old Tsujiki fish market in Tokyo.
    THAT'S a knife!
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    Was out testing the results of the latest CLA on my Rollei about a month or so back figured I'd share. Particulars if we are going to show them on the thread were:

    Rollei 2.8F / TMY @ 200 / XTOL 1:1 / V850 scanned (touched up in Adobe)



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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    THAT'S a knife!
    You call that a knife? This is a knife...



    The really long tuna knives are about a meter long. The man in the background is holding the tip of it with a cloth. When I photographed Tsukiji in the early 90's, you could just walk right in to the fish market. Apparently, security was not a problem...
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Mid-Town Atlanta at first light on Freaky Friday 2018.

    H5 Ilford FP4 low res scan:


    I now have a new project... re-scanning the 120 film images made with the H5 now that we have a thread for them.
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    A digital image.... mid-morning.

    H5D-50c 80mm 2.8:
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    Notice the crane is missing...
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Hasselblad 503cxi
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    Mamiya 645 Provia 100F

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    Horseman 617, Velvia 50 film
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    Hasselblad H5 80mm 2.8
    Velvia 100:
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    From 1999, Lemaire Passage, Antarctica. Rollei 6008, Fujichrome.

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    Finnish Lapland, Hasselblad 500CM and 120mm Macro lens. Ilford Delta 100.
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    Nice one Bill

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    From 1999, Lemaire Passage, Antarctica. Rollei 6008, Fujichrome.

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    Hasselblad 500CM + 80/2.8 C + Ilford XP1 400

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    Dave,

    Thank you for starting this thread; I sincerely appreciate it!
    I had a career in portraiture (plus product and special event - still shoot products for two long term clients), but hesitate to post them and maybe now I might feel up to some.
    You might like to know the above image was made in Atlanta on a private property many years ago.
    It was for a pediatrician that granted me the lovely assignment of filling her waiting rooms with portraits of children and things children like.
    The children above are the pediatrician's daughters.

    Nothing fancy done (available light with a tiny burst from a Vivitar 285 for fill), and I brought the hats and the bubble making kits.
    Back in those days all I could afford was Hasselblad chrome lenses and they were awfully good workhorses except when the pc syncs would burn out (too often IMO).
    The film back was a horizontal 645 which I still use today. Location was near the airport, but I do not remember exactly where it was.

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    Ahhh... simply lovely in every way. Only you, Darr, have that certain touch for a truly beautifully crafted image like this. Thank you for sharing the backstory as well. I am sure your client and patients were delighted!

    I had you in mind when I started this thread and I am so glad to see you here!

    What a lovely image to start a new day.
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    Those who frequent the analog forum may have seen my shots there in the last year. I've been shooting a Hasselblad 503cx and digitizing the film with a Sony A7rII. It's been a fun side project to return to film and try medium format, I only ever really shot 35mm in B&W back in the late 90s and went digital after that. It's been fun to give slide film and color negatives a try for a bit, as well as some B&W negative. Here are a couple of recent images, shot on Velvia:


    Superman! by Graham Gibson, on Flickr


    Light in redwood regional park by Graham Gibson, on Flickr
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    Another Fujichrome from 1999, Rollei 6008. Galapagos Islands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    The old Tsujiki fish market in Tokyo.
    I miss Tsukiji, Toyosu doesn't have the vibe that Tsukiji had...or the rats that abandoned the place when it closed down
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    I must say, I'm enjoying this thread. Thanks, Dave, for getting it started!

    Here's one from my archives - shot in Y2K on Ektachrome Pro with my Hasselblad SWC (I think) and "scanned" with a Nikon D800E (a two-image stitch, if I recall correctly). Original image was 6x6; I cropped off a bit of the top for better framing.

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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Quote Originally Posted by jng View Post
    I must say, I'm enjoying this thread. Thanks, Dave, for getting it started!

    Here's one from my archives - shot in Y2K on Ektachrome Pro with my Hasselblad SWC (I think) and "scanned" with a Nikon D800E (a two-image stitch, if I recall correctly). Original image was 6x6; I cropped off a bit of the top for better framing.

    Dragon boats, Saikung Harbor, Hong Kong

    John
    Love these colors, John!

    And I must say, the response for this thread has been satisfying as so many people have the older images stored away, and like me, are seeing the light of day as they go through the archived images.

    I have a backlog of 120/220 film to be developed/scanned at the moment, but it must wait for funding. I will start with the Velvia rolls in my bag ready to start shooting this weekend.

    Loving these images, and each one is inspiring me to use the film backs!!!!
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    Working on a very long project, a family album from 1820-2020.

    There have been so many surprises! Here is one of them and as far as I know at the moment, this is my first Medium Format image:

    Kodak Six-20:


    Cropped to square only because my father had a habit of getting his finger in most images and the dark blob was on the left side, soooo... a crop was required.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ggibson View Post
    Those who frequent the analog forum may have seen my shots there in the last year. I've been shooting a Hasselblad 503cx and digitizing the film with a Sony A7rII. It's been a fun side project to return to film and try medium format, I only ever really shot 35mm in B&W back in the late 90s and went digital after that. It's been fun to give slide film and color negatives a try for a bit, as well as some B&W negative. Here are a couple of recent images, shot on Velvia:
    Graham,

    Wonderful! The scans are better than I have been getting from the lab. Can you elaborate on your scanning setup!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.gt View Post
    Graham,

    Wonderful! The scans are better than I have been getting from the lab. Can you elaborate on your scanning setup!
    Thanks! I have been pleased at the quality as well. I had some Tri-X lab-scanned at "ultra-high" res (~24MP) to compare and the result is similar to what I get with the A7rII (~20MP after cropping). My setup is basically the same as other tutorials online show. The image below shows my setup with a tripod and using an iPad for light. The frame holds the film away from the LCD panel to avoid capturing any RGB pattern, but sometimes I get newton rings from the glass if my focus is too deep. Ignore the glass layer on top of the film--I was experimenting with how to get it to lay flat, but now I use a cardboard matte cut to size (a 3D-printed holder would be nice at some point!). A lightbox and copystand would be better:


    6x6 film "scanning" with the Sony A7rII by Graham Gibson, on Flickr

    The lens is my Sony 55/1.8 with Sigma AML-2 close-up lens, which gives 1:3 magnification so that the square film just about fills the vertical dimension of the 35mm sensor.

    I've found slide film to be quite tricky to capture as well as negatives due to the contrast. I've been experimenting with HDR blends to try to replicate the bold colors and contrast of the slide, but I haven't really found a technique that works for every image. So far for me, processing takes a level of care that would be difficult to scale up if you have a backlog of old slides to digitize. I can manage at a couple rolls at a time.

    Here are a few more examples. B&W film:


    Rainy day by Graham Gibson, on Flickr

    Color negative (sorry for the dust and scratches on this one, I got lazy!):


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    I've been doing much the same thing, Graham, using my Phase 120mm macro lens with the negative or slide taped to a window on cloudy days when the light is diffuse.. I usually have to adjust color temperature but it works!

    I don't have a photo of the set-up - it's pretty amateur - but both the pix in this thread were digitized that way.
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    Thank you for starting this, Dave. I've been in the film mood a wee bit, lately. These are inspiring.

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    My dad taken with 500ELX / 80mm on Tmax 100
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    Still have not found a camera as perfect as the Mamiya 6...
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    Here are a few color images I shot in September and October in my home away from home. Most are slide film, but the longer landscape is color neg. I developed them all myself at the studio, these were shot on a Mamiya 7, but I have been doing some 8x10 too, and 8x10 slides are incredible...
    I still shoot a ton of film...I think it has as much to do about the experience of using the cameras as it does about the color and results. After spending a lot of time shooting 4x5 and 6x7 rangefinders, it is hard to go back to cameras you hold up to your face and have tiny viewfinders, especially with EVF's. There is something more elegant for me about using a view camera...I just take better pictures. The Mamiya is somehow similar, as it is more of a window on the world, than an SLR.

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    Ah, a view camera. I would really enjoy a 4x5 experience... and can only try to imagine how an 8x10 experience would be!

    Stuart, these are excellent!
    Thank you for posting!
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    I am a GetDPI imposter, ha ha. I still mainly shoot film, with only one digital camera (the M9, which I love). I shoot XPan, Hasselblad, 4x5, 8x10...

    This is with a Petzval (Petzvar) lens for the Hasselblad.

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    Beach in Western Malibu, California. Mamiya 7II, 65mm Sekor lens. Velvia or Provia can't remember. Crop off top to remove overexposed sea.

    Full screen here: Photographic Art | Seaside Idyll

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    Hey, there, Doug!

    Magical Mamiya 7... that is a really beautiful image.
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Great thread. Here's my humble contribution, an image from 2012 that I have re-processed recently. There will be more from me later. I have several films waiting for processing and plan to shoot a lot more film the coming year(s).

    The photo is taken at Banteay Chhmar in Cambodia where I travelled on the dirt roads with a small motorbike, the GX680 and a couple of lenses in the ThinkTank Airport Addicted on my back.

    GX680 IIIs with 65mm f/5.6 and Acros, scanned on Epson 3200

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    Fuji G617, 400H:


    Kodak Portra:


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    Mamiya 7II, 43mm, Fuji 160NS:


    Mamiya 7II, 150mm, Kodak Portra:


    Mamiya 7II, 43mm, Kodak Portra:


    Fuji GW690III, Fuji 400H:

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    Wow! Being out of touch this week means I get to see a lot of wonderful and magnificent colorful images all at once!

    These are all great!
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

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    Wow! Being out of touch this week means I get to see a lot of wonderful and magnificent colorful images all at once!

    These are all great!
    Agreed. There is just something about film that wakes you up.
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Mamiya-6mf, 75mm, expired Ektar-100, Epson v700, Vuescan
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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Excellent timing Dave, this thread started picking up just as I was also getting back more into film

    Here's a couple from Singapore, all shot on a Hasselblad 503cw with 80mm lens, not my usual forte but I did enjoy the process a lot, some of the engagements with passers by was quite amusing

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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    I must admit I'm just heavily inspired by these pictures, and foremost from Bill who just taped it up on a window and took a picture - and Graham too just with lightbox and a simple picture.
    And my SWC pictures from 1994 on some few years on, spending weeks after weeks walking all the narrow streets up and down in my beloved and wonderfull Venice.
    Cameralab claims that the Z 50/1.8S on a Z7 is at eyelevel with Zeis Otus, none other he tested comes near he claims, well for FX size - so why not pull out my around 40 years old clumpsy lightbox, put on the 50/1.8S on the Z7 and give it a hasty and primitive try.
    Well didn't attempt at all to pull it out of the plastic-protection-housing, just matside down, just the small Manfrotto tripod over the box and then...
    (no postprocessing, no outputsharpening for screen, no other sharpening, just damping the highlight to 39 i C1 - just layed the curly filmstrip - Velvia 50 - on the table, no glassplate, just two empty CD-boxes on each side - IBIS off - selftimer on)





    Hasselblad SWC with Velvia 50 taken with Nikon Z7 with 50/1.8S. The Z7 at iso250 1/30 f8 at tripod - 78% crop - through C1pro12.1.4win



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    Two recent with Mamiya 7 and 50mm f/11 25AClick image for larger version. 

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    One Profoto D1 + fill from a mirror on a stand.
    Toning added in post.

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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Shot on a Wista VX 4x5 technical camera with a Rollei 6x6 film back. Lens shifted between frames and both frame printed/scanned as one image.

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    Re: Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

    Nice thread. Despite the overwhelming advantages of digital, I miss film. Pentax 67II, 35mm fisheye, Twins.
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