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04-09-2012, 08:54 PM   #6871
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QuoteOriginally posted by RockyD Quote
Took my Pentax MZ-60 to the show just loaded with Fuji Superia 400.

First one is original, second is me fiddling with editing it a little. I've never really done photo editing before (gosh it's fun) and I like the way this one turned out because it reminds me of a cheaply printed postcard.
The observer will be pleased to notice the lack of purple fringing in the above image...LONG LIVE FILM!


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Pentax MZ-S + Fujifilm Superia 200 (converted to B&W in CS3, colors were weird...) + FA 50/1.4


Pentax 645n + Kodak Ektachrome E100G + FA645 75/2.8


Bronica ETRsi + Kodak Ektachrome E100VS (converted to B&W in CS3, colors were fine, but prefer B&W version) + Bronica Zenzanon MC 40/4
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thats good stuff hertizel..
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Konica Auto S2, Kodak 400, through a train window

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i've shot a roll with this : an Agfa Super Silette LK, my first with this heavy baby.
I had some trouble at the end of the roll The lever is so big that you don't realize how much it is powerfull... i've torn the film completely out of the canister. So i had to open the rangefinder in the darkest room i could find (which wasn't obviously dark enought) to put back manually the film into the canister.
WHAT A MESS !

Happy to use my SuperA after that

Some pictures of the Agfa film was fuji Superia 200.


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it render green ... well ... ultra green Other color are not so saturated, specially blue. This one is @f11 1/250. The lower right side is due to light leak

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QuoteOriginally posted by aurele Quote
i've shot a roll with this : an Agfa Super Silette LK, my first with this heavy baby.
I had some trouble at the end of the roll The lever is so big that you don't realize how much it is powerfull... i've torn the film completely out of the canister. So i had to open the rangefinder in the darkest room i could find (which wasn't obviously dark enought) to put back manually the film into the canister.
WHAT A MESS !
Now that's what I call PHOTOGRAPHY (as an adventure) all part of the "charm" of shooting vintage cameras... Nice results you got.






Konica Auto S2, Kodak 400 film




Moskva-2 6x9 with Adox CHS ART 50 in D-76 1:1 9min 20C ... The lens was wide open f/4.5 and the shutter was at 1/50, and I ought to have put the thing on a tripod. I'd just got out of my car, this was the first shot with the Moskva so I was fumbling a bit, hurrying to get the girls outside, and forgetting the shutter button is on the left...
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Ektar 100


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Both images Pentax ESII, SMC Takumar 55mm f/1.8 lens, Kodak Ektar 100.





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Hello everyone,
I've been inactive here on PF for a few months now as I've went through a bit of a photographic slump.
Looking forward to getting back into it now and shooting more film. Here's a picture I took earlier this year to get things started...
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04-13-2012, 02:11 AM   #6880
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Now that's what I call PHOTOGRAPHY (as an adventure) all part of the "charm" of shooting vintage cameras... Nice results you got.
well, at that very moment it wasn't charming at all ! But you're right, it's part of the fun !
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@goddo31 - Jason, welcome back. Good to see you here. I haven't been as active here as I'd like either, but I've still been lurking. Been shooting, too, but not a lot. Broke down and bought a K5 before April 1 to take advantage of the US instant rebate before it expired and I haven't had the time to shoot it or read the manual. Shot a roll of Acros 100 (albeit in 35mm) back in January and haven't posted any of it 'til now. Hopefully we'll both be making more of an appearance in the coming months.

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Kevin, Jason - Superb work, both of you.
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High praise, indeed, coming from you. Many thanks, Jussi.

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i went a little on the adventurous side and bought two 3-packs of "alternative film" from lomography. some x-tungsten 64, and XR (extended range) redscale 50-200. anyone have any experience shooting with these types of film? seems like both have their subdued characteristics when shot at low ISO but when slighty underexposed they give some pretty extreme colors. thoughts? advice? ill be sure to post some pictures if my results turn out alright.
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QuoteOriginally posted by wehavenowaves! Quote
i went a little on the adventurous side and bought two 3-packs of "alternative film" from lomography. some x-tungsten 64, and XR (extended range) redscale 50-200. anyone have any experience shooting with these types of film? seems like both have their subdued characteristics when shot at low ISO but when slighty underexposed they give some pretty extreme colors. thoughts? advice? ill be sure to post some pictures if my results turn out alright.
The philosophy is to simply load and go and wonder over the results when the negs come back from processing. Experiment a bit and post the results!


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