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06-21-2011, 11:56 PM   #5686
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I haven't posted here in a while

A few from my recent wonderings



Delta 3200 on this one below


And a diptych I took of the recent NHL Stanley Cup playoff run:


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One piece of mine during world pentax day on the 18th

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Centuria 200 expired
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I recently shot a couple rolls of Ferrania 200. Here's a few.

Pentax MZ-L, FA 43/1.9 ltd




Pentax MZ-L, FA 43/1.9 ltd




Pentax MZ-L, DA 16-45@ 20mm




Pentax MZ-L, FA 43/1.9 ltd

06-22-2011, 10:28 PM   #5689
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I recently shot a couple rolls of Ferrania 200. Here's a few.
Gotta get me some more of that Ferrania. I truly do like it, despite the grain!


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Hi everyone, haven't posted in this thread for some time but have been viewing it regularly.
Must say, the quality of photos has stayed very consistently good.
Special mention to Colton's Ferrania shots and some of Javier's street shots from a page or 2 back, great work.

I don't know if anyone will remember (Jussi?); but a while back I mentioned that I had been playing with my Grandmothers 1930s folder, a "Kodak Six16 Model C". Finally I have some usable shots from it on 120 film.
I'm finding focusing to be very difficult (guessing distances in feet??) but when it's right the lens does seem to be impressively sharp. Anyway the shots are nothing special, but here you go:

Film is Arista EDU Ultra 100
Someone else's Speed Graphic 4x5



This is a crop, but if you feel like clicking through the full size version is available (2400dpi).



cheers,
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Jason, those are excellent shots from the vintage camera. Distances do become easier and one acquires gonads of steel
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FED2, Industar 26m lens on Kodak BW400CN film @ISO 320.

More images on my Flickr account.















Best wishes, Kris.
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@Jason, nice to see you posting some photos here again. If what Nesster says is true, I'm envious of your new "gonads of steel" <g>.

@womble, really liking your BW400CN shots.Perspective on the first one reminds me of M.C. Escher <g>. I used to shoot more of it when Walmart carried 3 packs of the stuff for a very reasonable price. Unfortunately they don't stock it any more. If I want to shoot it now I have to order on the internet.

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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
Hi everyone, haven't posted in this thread for some time but have been viewing it regularly.
Must say, the quality of photos has stayed very consistently good.
Special mention to Colton's Ferrania shots and some of Javier's street shots from a page or 2 back, great work.

I don't know if anyone will remember (Jussi?); but a while back I mentioned that I had been playing with my Grandmothers 1930s folder, a "Kodak Six16 Model C". Finally I have some usable shots from it on 120 film.
I'm finding focusing to be very difficult (guessing distances in feet??) but when it's right the lens does seem to be impressively sharp. Anyway the shots are nothing special, but here you go:

Film is Arista EDU Ultra 100
Someone else's Speed Graphic 4x5

This is a crop, but if you feel like clicking through the full size version is available (2400dpi).

cheers,
Jason
Nice work with the Kodak folder Jason, and thank for the kind comments.


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FED2, Industar 26m lens on Kodak BW400CN film @ISO 320.

Best wishes, Kris.
Great set Kris.
Kevin took the words right out of my mouth, that first one is very Escher like. I really like the 5th one.
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QuoteOriginally posted by womble Quote
FED2, Industar 26m lens on Kodak BW400CN film @ISO 320.

More images on my Flickr account.


Wow! Those are some of the best Industar-26 shots I have seen. My copy of that lens is almost worthless, but your shots have changed my mind about what the lens is capable of.


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Steve, On a side note, and sorry for high jacking the thread. I believe your right and the girl is a dude
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QuoteOriginally posted by womble Quote
FED2, Industar 26m lens on Kodak BW400CN film @ISO 320.
I join the crowd here, very nice set, Kris. My favorite is the no. 5

Here is couple of recent captures (Ilford Delta 100 is not my favorite B/W film though).
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New Portra 400, Minolta XE-5, MD 50/1.7... and I do have a roll coming from an actual Pentax


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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Jason, those are excellent shots from the vintage camera. Distances do become easier and one acquires gonads of steel
Haha thanks Jussi! I will work on those gonads of steel Probably will shoot with the camera again sometime soon.
I like the shot of the Hudson too. One day, maybe I will travel to New York.

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@Jason, nice to see you posting some photos here again. If what Nesster says is true, I'm envious of your new "gonads of steel" <g>.

Best,
Kevin
Thanks Kevin, but they aren't there yet! It's been good to view your pictures lately.

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Nice work with the Kodak folder Jason, and thank for the kind comments.
Thanks Colton.

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I join the crowd here, very nice set, Kris. My favorite is the no. 5

Here is couple of recent captures (Ilford Delta 100 is not my favorite B/W film though).
+1 from me for your photos Kris, great stuff.
RBullCZ, cool shots and I like the Russian Helicopter the most.

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Kodak Tri-X 400, Pentacon six TL, Biometar 1:2.8/80... Truly I love the camera, but it's heavy as a brick with a very uncomfortable (very thin) neck strap, so I use it more rarely than I would like.







And the last image I squeezed in the roll, partly unexposed.


This was my first try with the Tri-X and so far I love its grey tones, latitude and grain. Sadly my shots were so so...
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