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03-08-2016, 02:00 PM - 1 Like   #4786
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Yashica Mat Acros in HC110-h

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03-08-2016, 02:05 PM   #4787
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QuoteOriginally posted by g026r Quote




Zeiss Ikon Nettar.
Novar-Anastigmat 75mm f6.3.
Shanghai GP3.
Really like the second one!
03-08-2016, 07:57 PM   #4788
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QuoteOriginally posted by bobbotron Quote
Really like the second one!
Thanks! I wish I had managed to get everything lined up a bit better, but I can live with it.
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Ilford HP5+ / 1958 Pentax K / Takumar zebra 55mm f2

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Here's another from the same roll, also without using a light meter.
Ilford HP5+ / 1958 Pentax K / Takumar zebra 55mm f2
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Scored 20 rolls of BW400CN film. Hope to get some new images up soon.
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My first try with Galaxy paper—I contributed to their Kickstarter about six months ago, and they went to Russia to get some paper coated with a fast emulsion, and it arrived this week. Many people were annoyed when the purported reversal paper turned out to be ordinary (but fast) paper, with reversal processing required. Harman make a direct reversal paper and it was hoped this would be the same. For myself, I am happy with the product save for one annoyance. Most photographic printing paper has an ISO of 3. This is said to be 125, and I metered it that way, allowed for a third of a stop of bellows compensation—my 450mm lens was extended to 600mm to focus this close—and it came out just right. My only problem is that when looked at 100% magnification there are all sorts of black speckles on the film. I don't think these are from my water supply.



Chamonix 10x8, Nikkor 450mm/f9, Galaxy paper negative, Ilford Multigrade developer, Epson V850 scan:









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FP4 with Y2 filter, Z1p, 50mm F2. Two exposures, colour combine in Gimp.
The trees look a bit green, but it is an illusion.



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Here's yet another shot from the same roll of HP5+, without a light meter.
Ilford HP5+ / 1958 Pentax K / Takumar zebra 55mm f2
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03-13-2016, 03:43 PM - 6 Likes   #4795
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Some Agfapan 100, expired 1984. Exposed at ISO12, and the results surprised me. The only shots that didn't turn out were ones where I missed focus or failed to hold the camera steady.

Most shots at f4 or f3.5, except for the first and last—f11 & f5.6, respectively.

(A bit too much snow in the foreground of this one. Tripod was extended as far upwards as possible, however.)










Yashicaflex-A.
Yashimar 80mm f3.5.
Agfapan 100.
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Dull British weather has had me pushing my slower films. This is FP4+ exposed at EI 200 in a Pentax MV1, developed for 11 minutes in R09 1+24. SMC Pentax-M 28mm f3.5.



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A couple recent paper negative shots from my Voigtlader AVUS





Those are lemons in that last shot, they look like they might be limes, but nope, lemons, quite yellow.
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Decided to run some acros 100 through one of my favourites - The Agfa Clack:





and a casual portrait with the P67ii, 105/2.4 and no. 1 tube on tri-x @ 100
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Decided to run some acros 100 through one of my favourites - The Agfa Clack:
Good results from a simple camera.
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QuoteOriginally posted by arnold Quote
Good results from a simple camera.
Thanks Arnold.
Simple and very intelligent design, the curved film plane combined with the single element lens makes for a surprisingly sharp design.

The 1/30 ish shutter speed though is a touch on the long side for handhold shooting, but on a tripod and for long exposures it actually performs quite well
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