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01-13-2011, 01:23 PM   #4666
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I've recently started shooting film again and have been loving every second of it. Here's a sample:

As ever, my go-to combination for carefree shooting - Pentax ME + smc-A 50mm f/1.7


More on my blawg.

01-13-2011, 01:57 PM   #4667
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QuoteOriginally posted by eddie1960 Quote
an old one from my mz5 scanned by the processor at the time
Velvia RVP50 @ iso40 (always shot velvia that way)




and another from the same trip but Reala I think



Hey Collioure - nice I was there a week ago and the fishing boats were gone

The other is likely Fonfroide abbey?


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QuoteOriginally posted by ftpaddict Quote
I've recently started shooting film again and have been loving every second of it. Here's a sample:

As ever, my go-to combination for carefree shooting - Pentax ME + smc-A 50mm f/1.7


More on my blawg.

You really need a very wide angle for that bunny
Cute...
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Ok here's the others I've edited so far:


by yeatzee (16 and learning), on Flickr


by yeatzee (16 and learning), on Flickr

(Yes I changed the color slightly in the last image.... I liked it better this way)
and another




^ my neighbor I used to fly RC aircraft with when I was a little kid.

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I developed the first roll of Fomapan 200 new emulsion in D-76 1:1... the roll started out in my Kodak Retina IIa, but unfortunately the poor camera (one of my true loves) locked part way through advancing to the third frame... I had a Yashica T4 with me so I transferred the roll into it.

The Fomapan 200 looks to be a very nice film - the Yashica has exposure limitations in the dark, but the film latitude took care of this... physically this film is excellent - smooth loading onto the reel, very little curl and bowing makes for easy scanning.




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Sha Tin, New Territories, Hong Kong

First roll with my new toy, the Leica R6.2

35-70mm Vario-Elmar-R f/4, HP5 Plus in HC110

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That's quite a toy, and a vario-elmar too - NICE!

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Fomapan 200 new emulsion, D-76 1:1 per box instructions, Yashica T4, I shot this through the windshield while driving south on the NJ Turnpike
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Fomapan 200 new emulsion, D-76 1:1 per box instructions, Yashica T4, I shot this through the windshield while driving south on the NJ Turnpike
Nice shot Jussi,
sorry to hear about your Retina
How did you do the film transfer to the Yashica?


I recently picked up a FA 43/1.9 to use with my MZ-L. Shot a roll of Tri-X with the combo and my sister was very kind to develop it for me. I can't really load film and develop nowadays cause of health reasons and she is a Photo major and works part time at the university photo lab.

Here's one from the roll,

Pentax MZ-L, FA 43/1.9, Tri-x in HC-110



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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Nice shot Jussi,
sorry to hear about your Retina
How did you do the film transfer to the Yashica?


I recently picked up a FA 43/1.9 to use with my MZ-L. Shot a roll of Tri-X with the combo and my sister was very kind to develop it for me. I can't really load film and develop nowadays cause of health reasons and she is a Photo major and works part time at the university photo lab.

Here's one from the roll,

Pentax MZ-L, FA 43/1.9, Tri-x in HC-110
Colton, nice shot and congrats on the 43 - that's truth be told my most used lens, both film and digital. Great piece!

I rewound the film leaving the leader out, then loaded it into the Yash (after finishing the roll that was in it), and advancing 3 frames with my hand over the lens to keep light from going in. That turned out just right - I can't even tell on the film where the switch over was. (In the past, I got to frame 3 on a Vitomatic, finished that one also in the Yash, but didn't do the blank advance thing: the result was a couple of double exposures, each from a different camera)
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well, i finally got out and shot some film. I shot two rolls yesterday. i will spread them out over a few days. i did not realize how much i truly missed shooting with a good ole fashion slr and hearing that shutter go...anyway, i used my sp2 with 35mm super tak and 99 cents film. processing was done by target. i trimmed slightly and that be about it.

Griffith park observatory
these where shot wide open at f/3.5 and 1/50 hand held with 200 speed film.










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@gredline: Really cool shots!, i love the last one!
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Javier, where have you been? It's good to see you posting again.
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@gredline: Really cool shots!, i love the last one!
thank you very much
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Javier, where have you been? It's good to see you posting again.
thanks gene. i felt like i fell into a bit of a funk and put down the slr's for a bit. i am glad i did because i had started to loose the appreciation for film. it gets so easy to just click away on a digital.
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A few more with MZ-5N and FA 43/1.9 APX100 in Divided Pyrocat HD












Cheers,

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