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08-20-2015, 07:08 PM - 1 Like   #4156
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A few shots from my P3n with Sigma 28mm 2.8 and a yellow filter. Processed in caffenol-C. Ultrafine400 film.



This one seems the most crisp out of all them. I suspect the processing more than the lens, or filter. I think I got overdeveloped or the film is crap, LOL


A flower.


Editing, a sky scene


Another color edit:


Bark


And last, a Pine Cone


08-20-2015, 08:43 PM - 4 Likes   #4157
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Some B&W. First two from my 6x7 on Lomo 100 (rebranded Fomapan):

S-M-C Tak/6x7 90/2.8 leaf shutter: (Edit: Oops. This first one is actually Lomo 400, which is rebranded T-Max.)


S-M-C Tak/6x7 105/2.4:


And this one via a Canon AE-1 and (new) FD 70-210mm f4, on Neopan 400 pushed to 1600:

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08-20-2015, 09:36 PM   #4158
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QuoteOriginally posted by g026r Quote
Some B&W. First two from my 6x7 on Lomo 100 (rebranded Fomapan):
The guitar shot literally rocks. And that guy looking back at you really has a WTF look no doubt because of the camera.
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Hi,

A couple of monochrome shots from my vacation in Mendocino County, Northern California.

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Point Arena Lighthouse. K1000, BW400CN film, UV Haze filter, Pentax 80-200 lens shot at 200mm, F8 @ 125. (IIRC)

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Rock formation near the lighthouse. Same setup, but shot at about 120mm. F8 @ 250.

Battery was dead and I had to wing the Aperture and Shutter.

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I don't think he's looking back, but I might be mistaken...the good thing is that the subject is backlighted and this makes the pic.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Cuthbert Quote
I don't think he's looking back, but I might be mistaken...the good thing is that the subject is backlighted and this makes the pic.
He's looking at a street performer, who's about to run into the circle and climb the pole that he's helping to support.

(I had a number of the street performer as well, but I managed to ruin the top of this roll when taking it out of the camera. The only shots salvageable were a few that, like this one, were near the start of the roll.)

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Well, when I haul any of my medium format cameras and snap the public like that, I get a lot of deer-in-the-headlight stare back. So the image just resonated in familiarity.
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A look which I just got from a subject 15 minutes ago. As if to say "What is that thing, and why is it being pointed at me?"

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A couple of metering process checks to finish off a roll of 400TMY at the end of a day. When I use a meter it's a one-degree spot meter. And these are a pretty good check for placing my low values I think.






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Test roll through my Super Ricohflex. Really liking this little TLR.







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I stopped in Soap lake, WA the other day, and found an abandoned school. It was so abandoned they did not even bother to finish the demolition. Yashica-C, Caffenol-C, Ultrafine100 120 roll film. Epson V500 Scanned as color neg, and most converted to B&W in software.
I used very little editing, crop contrast bump and a cartoon filter.

From outside, front:


From inside, front:








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QuoteOriginally posted by 45 Mike Quote
I stopped in Soap lake, WA the other day, and found an abandoned school. It was so abandoned they did not even bother to finish the demolition. Yashica-C, Caffenol-C, Ultrafine100 120 roll film. Epson V500 Scanned as color neg, and most converted to B&W in software.
I used very little editing, crop contrast bump and a cartoon filter.
Good photo-rich find.
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Who Is The All-Star Player
The city of Everett, WA, has pianos located throughout the downtown area for people to just play.
Long exposure on a tripod





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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Who Is The All-Star Player
The city of Everett, WA, has pianos located throughout the downtown area for people to just play.
Long exposure on a tripod




There is something similar in London, Marylebone station:



Unfortunately when I was there nobody was playing it.

Fujica AX-5, Porst 50mm f1.2, YG filter and XP2....I think this erroneously shot at 160ASA
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