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09-22-2011, 10:31 AM - 1 Like   #1
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Post your B&W Film shots

Hey everyone,I thought i should start a thread for B&W film shots.Also put what camera,lens,film and filters you used
heres some of mine.

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Ah, thank you, this is a good idea, to get them out of the general film shots thread. B&W deserves its own.
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So, Hayob, what camera, lens, film and filters did you use?
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43mm lens, yellow filter, BW400CN film, Pentax Program Plus, McSorley's dark ale, grilled cheese with tomato

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From last roll of Paris shots:-



Stairway to heaven?
Canon EOS 3, 24-105L, TMax 400 in D-76



Place de la Concorde
Canon EOS 3, 24-105L, TMax 400 in D-76
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Kodak plus-x 125 pan from first roll shot with brand 'spankin' new M50/F1.4
in Oct.1982.With ME super.Didnt record developer in notes,probably D-76
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oh yeah.i forgot to mension what i was using.I was using a ME with a 24-80 takumar lens,Ilford sfx 200 with no filters.
also very nice photos vendee! i like the last one the best!
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The imprisoned horse

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QuoteOriginally posted by Hayob Quote
The imprisoned horse
I do like that. Its got a sort of retro feel to it.

Hey Bill, nice shot but I do have the urge to rotate it 180 degrees
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Hayob, film, camera, lens etc? Nice shoots.

I posted the first two as they have the most complete info, down to the beer and sandwich...



ES-II, SMC Takumar 28/3.5, Ilford HP5+ in T-max developer, Epson 4490
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sorry keep forgeting that lol.I was using my ME with a Sirius 70-210 zoom lens,Ilford sfx 200 and no filters.
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Taken just after sunrise on the US580 near Altamont Pass with a KX and a K-series 50/1.4 on Ilford HP5+. Sadly, there was no McSorley's or grilled cheese available.
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QuoteOriginally posted by rbryant Quote

Taken just after sunrise on the US580 near Altamont Pass with a KX and a K-series 50/1.4 on Ilford HP5+. Sadly, there was no McSorley's or grilled cheese available.
Great shot and wonderful composition.
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Kodak 400 B/W cn,ZX-L & A70-210/4 + yellow filter.
Processed and scanned at walgreens.Around $7 for 24 exposure roll.Believe prices went up recently.(since Feb.2011)
Trumpeter swan cygnet (center) had taken a swipe at shoe-laces just moments before,was afraid to shoot at that point,from about 15 meters.
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corrugated covered wagon

Found behind an abandoned house while wandering backroads in Minnesota. Super Program, A28/2, orange filter (I think), Fomapan 200, Xtol
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