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04-01-2015, 12:20 AM - 1 Like   #3826
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04-02-2015, 04:01 PM   #3827
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I hope I haven't already posted these pics, however this is taken with a M3 and neopan:



F2AS, Neopan and Delta Integrale:



Same camera, f1.4 at very low light, a little grainy:



K1000 and Ilford XP2:

04-04-2015, 11:22 PM   #3828
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Shot a roll of Ilford Delta 400 with my Mamiya 645. Seems that wound a bit crooked.





04-05-2015, 01:45 AM   #3829
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These are from the test roll through my Yashica Minister III rangefinder. I shot this roll last summer and only now getting to scan it...


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04-05-2015, 04:06 PM   #3830
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Browsing on my old stuff I shot last year I found these two forgotten shots, K1000, K55 f2.0 and BW400CN:





Not the sharpest pics I've taken but I thought it was good to share them.
04-06-2015, 01:24 AM   #3831
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SMC Takumar 50mm F1.4 and my spotmatic SPII loaded with Ilford Pan F Plus.

04-06-2015, 04:25 AM   #3832
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
These are from the test roll through my Yashica Minister III rangefinder. I shot this roll last summer and only now getting to scan it
Yashicas have fine lenses as shown by your good results. My favourites are the Lynx models since they are the fastest at 1/1000 sec. and f1.8, and fully mechanical. I have a restored Minister 2 but the difficulty of adjusting fully independent shutter and aperture ring settings puts me off the Ministers. One has to put in a light value to get the right zone first. The G series are too battery dependent and have "pad of death" weaknesses. Regardless, great lenses on Yashicas.
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QuoteOriginally posted by arnold Quote
Yashicas have fine lenses as shown by your good results. My favourites are the Lynx models since they are the fastest at 1/1000 sec. and f1.8, and fully mechanical. I have a restored Minister 2 but the difficulty of adjusting fully independent shutter and aperture ring settings puts me off the Ministers. One has to put in a light value to get the right zone first. The G series are too battery dependent and have "pad of death" weaknesses. Regardless, great lenses on Yashicas.
I have a GTN but it doesn't have a PoD problem and I enjoyed shooting the Minister III more than the GTN as it has a much nicer feel to it. The GTN is bigger than an SLR and 50mm lens so it's kind-of pointless I got used to the weird method of adjusting the settings after a short time. I didn't have to change them much though as I shot the whole roll in the Spanish summer: sunny 22 all the way.

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Hi, my name is Fred and it's been four months since my last...oops, wrong group. But really, I haven't made a single post to any thread since November. Lots of reading, no posting.

In the meantime, seeing all these medium format images peeked my interest enough to get myself a Pentax 645. I've only shot three rolls so far, learning as I go. I thought these might be worth sharing...

All were lab developed and scanned.


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QuoteOriginally posted by hollywoodfred Quote
Hi, my name is Fred and it's been four months since my last...oops, wrong group. But really, I haven't made a single post to any thread since November. Lots of reading, no posting.

In the meantime, seeing all these medium format images peeked my interest enough to get myself a Pentax 645. I've only shot three rolls so far, learning as I go. I thought these might be worth sharing...

All were lab developed and scanned.


75mm f2.8 lens and TMax 100, levels adjustment in PE


75mm f2.8 lens and TMax 100


75mm f2.8 lens and TMax 100, levels adjustment and minor crop


Fred
Now you are supposed to tell us (in glowing terms) how pleasant the 645 shooting experience is


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QuoteOriginally posted by hollywoodfred Quote
Hi, my name is Fred and it's been four months since my last...oops, wrong group. But really, I haven't made a single post to any thread since November. Lots of reading, no posting.

In the meantime, seeing all these medium format images peeked my interest enough to get myself a Pentax 645. I've only shot three rolls so far, learning as I go. I thought these might be worth sharing...

All were lab developed and scanned.

75mm f2.8 lens and TMax 100, levels adjustment in PE

75mm f2.8 lens and TMax 100

75mm f2.8 lens and TMax 100, levels adjustment and minor crop

Fred
Nice results, keep up the good work.

QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
Now you are supposed to tell us (in glowing terms) how pleasant the 645 shooting experience is

Steve
I can do that if you like

Love my 645...

These are not from my 645 though, they're from my MX, all with the M 35/2 (I think).


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A Shot with my Mamiya C33.



And a few more from my roll of Pan F shot with my spotmatic




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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
Now you are supposed to tell us (in glowing terms) how pleasant the 645 shooting experience is
Steve
When I pressed the shutter for the first time to advance the film, I thought the 645 was going to drop out of my hands. The clack of the shutter and then the whirring of the motor drive startled me. I love the fact that I'll be able to capture more detail above 135 film. But for now, I need to improve my technique so that I get more keepers. The weight of the camera may force me to depend on a tripod, but I prefer to shoot handheld whenever I can. I suppose none of that was very "glowing". But I'm glad I bought it, I enjoy learning to use it, and I know I'll improve over time.

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Nice results, keep up the good work.
Thanks Jonathan. I'm hoping I get more keepers as I grow more accustomed to using the 645. Nice job with your MX. I like the second one best.

@malinku, I like the shot of the hand pump.

Fred
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QuoteOriginally posted by hollywoodfred Quote
Hi, my name is Fred and it's been four months since my last...oops, wrong group. But really, I haven't made a single post to any thread since November. Lots of reading, no posting.

In the meantime, seeing all these medium format images peeked my interest enough to get myself a Pentax 645. I've only shot three rolls so far, learning as I go. I thought these might be worth sharing...

All were lab developed and scanned.


75mm f2.8 lens and TMax 100, levels adjustment in PE


75mm f2.8 lens and TMax 100


75mm f2.8 lens and TMax 100, levels adjustment and minor crop


Fred
Good results with the 645 Fred! Like the first barn shot, a nice winter scene.

Phil.
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