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09-24-2014, 05:34 AM   #3226
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You got an apprentice, Tuco?
Yes, kind of. He's my nephew and I've been taking him along on some of my photo excursions. But I still haven't managed to get a film camera in his hands yet.

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Very nice result, smooth tonality you got there!

Some from my '57 Kiev kit: Kiev 2a, Jupiter-8, with Fomapan 100 in Perceptol





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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Yes, kind of. He's my nephew and I've been taking him along on some of my photo excursions. But I still haven't managed to get a film camera in his hands yet.
Don't worry, i'm sure you will convert him slowly with the 67 or some limited and nice film combo
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A couple of months back I bought a 135mm f/5.6 SW Fujinon in a Seiko shutter - which is slightly tele for my Pacemaker Graphic 23 - and means I have to focus with a ground glass... Yes, having a dark cloth helps with focusing, and I would say a larger format than 6x9 or 6x7 would make things easier.... Or using cut film, as the ground glass back slides outward to allow a film holder to be slipped in. As it was, I focused, then took the screen off, put on a 120 back with the dark slide, set the exposure, pulled the dark slide off, and exposed the film... Using Fomapan 100 and developing in Rodinal, here are some samples. I had plenty of time to do the process with the deer, in fact, I could have walked to a better spot for a better shot.





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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
A couple of months back I bought a 135mm f/5.6 SW Fujinon in a Seiko shutter - which is slightly tele for my Pacemaker Graphic 23 - and means I have to focus with a ground glass... Yes, having a dark cloth helps with focusing, and I would say a larger format than 6x9 or 6x7 would make things easier.... Or using cut film, as the ground glass back slides outward to allow a film holder to be slipped in. As it was, I focused, then took the screen off, put on a 120 back with the dark slide, set the exposure, pulled the dark slide off, and exposed the film... Using Fomapan 100 and developing in Rodinal, here are some samples. I had plenty of time to do the process with the deer, in fact, I could have walked to a better spot for a better shot.



Looks good, what cemetery is that?

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Harry Bastard, LOL!

Phil, that's Rosedale in Montclair NJ
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Yeah, LOL. I'd be interested in a cropped version to read the rest of the tombstone.
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I love this thread (along with the other film photo thread). Here are a few that I was hoping to post for world pentax day but since I did not strip the exif data it did not allow me to post them. They were all taken with my Pentax MX and the voigtlander 40 f2 SLII with an orange filter. The film is Delta 100 or FP4 (I can not remember).
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Recently acquired a KX which, on the surface, looks to be in incredibly good condition. After just recently developing my first roll of film (Fuji Acros 100) in the KX, I noticed that most shots came out quite overexposed. But looks like overexposed film shots can still be remedied quite successfully when post processed after being digitally transferred.

Out of the test shots of my first roll of film, this came out the best after post processing the scanned shot..



Taken using the KX and Voigtlander Nokton 58/1.4 SLII
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Last week I received an Almaz 103, the infamous Soviet K mounted "problem child", supposedly not in working conditions...however after a clean and some little work I took the camera out and shot an Ilford XP2 roll to test it. The results have not been too bad at all.







That's a monument dedicated to the members of the Czechoslovakian commando that killed Heydriech. Such a small memorial for such an important military action?





Sorry for the small composition error and the halo, I didn't have a hood so some pics has suffered flares and ghosts, this specimen of Helios 44-4K doesn't even look to be coated!





Not being metered I used the sunny 16 rule plus my usual exposure adjustment, all the pictures came out but this one is a little overexposed:





Does anybody know what's that black band at the extreme right of the pics? Is that a problem of the camera or scanning?
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