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08-07-2013, 06:21 PM   #4336
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4 August 2013, Port Costa, California, at the classic car show.

55mm 1:3.5 and 135mm 1:4 close-up lens, respectively. Ilford Delta 100 and Ilford PanF 50 (shot at 25), also respectively.

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QuoteOriginally posted by K David Quote
4 August 2013, Port Costa, California, at the classic car show.

55mm 1:3.5 and 135mm 1:4 close-up lens, respectively. Ilford Delta 100 and Ilford PanF 50 (shot at 25), also respectively.
Beautiful shots! I have two rolls of Pan F 50 and this is definitely an inspiration.
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Thank you. I shot them at 25 ISO and developed them in Rodinal 1+100 for 15 minutes. In lieu of inversions, I tape my tanks' lids on and roll them on their sides 720 degrees left and then right three times.
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QuoteOriginally posted by K David Quote
Thank you. I shot them at 25 ISO and developed them in Rodinal 1+100 for 15 minutes. In lieu of inversions, I tape my tanks' lids on and roll them on their sides 720 degrees left and then right three times.
Thanks for the tips and I'll try that. I have kodak hc-110 left but I'd love to try rodinal or any replacement.

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A photo from the first roll of film I shooted with my new Pentax 6x7.
Kodak Porta 160. SMC Takumar 105mm f2.4.

Sorry for the dust.

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Same place, previous frame:



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Rollei Retro 400 at 100
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I was on the way to a bar here in PDX in the west hills....noticed this guy hanging out with his ride outside a boarded up burger joint. He didn't mind that I snapped a few photos of his car and was kind enough to jump in one. Shot with my Hasselblad 500cm and 80mm C T*

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First roll of 120 film developed today! 9 out of 10 frames are good! (1/10 is blurry and is a repetitive of one of this, so didn't include it).

Frame were cropped from 6x7 to 4x6 for print, even I have told the store to print the 'full image' and leave blank as necessary.... Now have to scan the negatives to get the full image! Will do it this weekend.

However, it appears that Kodak Ektar 100 is too saturated to my taste. For those who have more experience, is this the right tone and saturation for Kodak Ektar 100?
Gotta try Portra next.

Shot with K5 + DA*16-55mm.


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QuoteOriginally posted by abieleck Quote
I was on the way to a bar here in PDX in the west hills....noticed this guy hanging out with his ride outside a boarded up burger joint. He didn't mind that I snapped a few photos of his car and was kind enough to jump in one. Shot with my Hasselblad 500cm and 80mm C T*
Cool shot, very relaxed.

QuoteOriginally posted by LFLee Quote
First roll of 120 film developed today! 9 out of 10 frames are good! (1/10 is blurry and is a repetitive of one of this, so didn't include it).

Frame were cropped from 6x7 to 4x6 for print, even I have told the store to print the 'full image' and leave blank as necessary.... Now have to scan the negatives to get the full image! Will do it this weekend.

However, it appears that Kodak Ektar 100 is too saturated to my taste. For those who have more experience, is this the right tone and saturation for Kodak Ektar 100?
Gotta try Portra next.

Shot with K5 + DA*16-55mm.
I haven't used Ektar much myself, but these look great to my eye.
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QuoteOriginally posted by abieleck Quote
I took this shot at a park in lower NW Portland with my Hasselblad 500cm and 80mm C T* lens. Looking down into a waist level viewfinder can be inconspicuous as Im not sure some people know that I am lining up a photo. I watched this girl move around for a bit until she "posed" for me. She might have been a bit curious as to what I was doing, but she knew the score once that loud Hass shutter tripped....at least the photo had already been taken
Love how all the major lines lead to the young lady.

QuoteOriginally posted by Martin Snajdr Quote
A photo from the first roll of film I shooted with my new Pentax 6x7.
Kodak Porta 160. SMC Takumar 105mm f2.4.

Sorry for the dust.
Beautiful reds here, IMHO. Beautiful classic Mercedes as well.

QuoteOriginally posted by abieleck Quote
I was on the way to a bar here in PDX in the west hills....noticed this guy hanging out with his ride outside a boarded up burger joint. He didn't mind that I snapped a few photos of his car and was kind enough to jump in one. Shot with my Hasselblad 500cm and 80mm C T*
Love the feel of this shot.
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QuoteOriginally posted by rob1234 Quote
Another horse!
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Rollei Retro 400 @ 100
1/125th @ f/2.4
Epson 48070 scan
Beautiful!
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QuoteOriginally posted by LFLee Quote
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I have told the store to print the 'full image' and leave blank as necessary....
Depends on their equipment. They might have to be "tooled up" for a 4:5/6:7 aspect and chances of that could be slim.
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Here is a photo of my first roll of 120... with P67II, 105mm and Kodak Ektar 100.
I posted my first roll here: https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/pentax-medium-format-645-6x7-645d/233532-...-complete.html

And here is one of my scanned image, using PENTAX 67II+105mm:


I also took some pics from that same session using K5IIs+77mm ltd, I thought might be good to compare them together:


Comments welcome!
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QuoteOriginally posted by LFLee Quote
Here is a photo of my first roll of 120... with P67II, 105mm and Kodak Ektar 100.
I posted my first roll here: https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/pentax-medium-format-645-6x7-645d/233532-...-complete.html

And here is one of my scanned image, using PENTAX 67II+105mm:


I also took some pics from that same session using K5IIs+77mm ltd, I thought might be good to compare them together:


Comments welcome!
good pics。。。。
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