Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Dec 31, 2020.
No takers for the 24th so here's one to make up:
food vendors, Konica C35V, Ilford FP4+
Help me out with the 25th, please. I could post another, but I don't want to make the weekend seem like a "one man show".
I’ll take the 25th, Mike. Old tree near canal in Rose Garden park, Montevideo. Autocord, with a light leak on left side, excuses. FP4+ in Beutler.
Thanks, Julio. Great results from that Autocord.
Looks like the 26th is slipping away-
Another sidewalk at Mississippi State, Fujica GS 645S, Plus-X
For the 27th. Minolta Dynax 7 : Minolta AF 24-105mm f/3.5-4.5 : Ilford FP4 Plus : PMK Pyro
For the 28th (paying tribute to films no longer produced)
Nikon FE2 with Tamron Adaptall 35-70 f 3.5, Fomapan 200 (cropped slightly) Shot wide open at f 3.5
Jumping the gun here to post for the 29th.
Voigtlander R3m, I believe the film is Cinestill 50D. Voigtlander 40mm f1.4 Nokton Classic lens, IIRC.
We're falling behind! Here's a filler for the 30th. Minolta XD7 : 28mm Albinar f/2.8 : Kentmere 100 : PMK Pyro
For the 31st
Railway yard limit, Olympus XA-1 with Tri-X
1st of August. Another work up from a "re-discovered" batch of negatives from the 70's. C-33 & 80mm. Some type of Kodak film.
The 2nd is nearly gone...
unlikely filter combination (no. 4 Polycontrast filter from darkroom plus polarizing filter) Minolta SRT 201 and Celtic 28mm f 2.8 MD with Ektachrome 64 (made back in the 1980's)
3 of Aug.
For August 4:
Contax II, 18 cm f/6.3 Tele-Tessar, Tri-X in HC 110, dilution B.
Hmm... you really have to
throw frisbees hard to
embed them in trees like
Actually, the hard part is growing the frisbees...
For August 5: Contax II w/ 8.5 cm f/2 Sonnar Tri-X in HC 110 B
For August 6: Contax II, 3.5 cm f/4.5 Orthometar Tri-X in HC 110 dilution B
Not to monopolize this thread....
Contax II, 5 cm f/2 collapsible Sonnar w/ Contameter and close up lens, Tri-X in HC 110 B
And the camera with Contameter:
Agreed about that. Beautiful photography, enjoyed seeing these images.
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