365 Day Thread for 2021

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Dec 31, 2020.

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    Here's a Townsend photo, Olympus 35RC, Zuiko 45 mm/2.8. 1/60, F11

  2. For the 16th. Test shot from a new FA. 50mm Nikkor f/1.8 : Arista EDU Ultra 100 : PMK Pyro.

    Test Shot.jpg
  3. I'll pick up the 17th. Maybe later today someone might take the 18th.
    Mustang convertible (not mine as I have the hardtop), Minolta XE with 50mm f 1.4, Kentmere 100
  4. For the 18th, going on with the car theme i found this old Chevy on the street, back in 2009. Olympus XA2, probably Fuji 200.

  5. For the 19th, another car- one that I posted before if no one minds.
    my first car- 1969 Mustang (bought it used the summer of 1975) Konica Auto S2 most likely Tri-X
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    For the 20th. Mamiya DSX 1000B, ISCO Isconar 135/4, ProImage 100 film.

    Sunflowers, Mamiya DSX 1000B ISCO Isconar 135 f4.jpg
  7. Not wishing to see the 21st go to zero, here is one from my "rediscovered" cache. Taken 1981at one of San Jose, Calif's many auto establishments. 2k21-Faber-010 ces13 bm.jpg Used a K1000 & 50mm lens. Some unknow color negative film and a v800, with lots of PP work, for the scan. Yes, that is a well known species of urban bird, and it's also well known calling cards, upon the hat.
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  8. For the 22nd. Nikon FA : 50mm Nikkor f/1.8 : Ilford FP4 Plus : PMK Pyro



  9. The 23rd is hanging, so here is one from two weeks ago at my Farmers Market. Last friday required a scuba diving housing for the Fed-3 / Jupiter combo, which I do not have !! Astrum 400 @ 250 in Pyrocat HDC. v800 scan. 2k21-038-014 ces7 bm bc.jpg
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  10. For the 24th (previously posted). This one from a Kodak Instamatic 124 with Verichrome Pan. I remember having to snap the cartridge open to retrieve the film for developing.
    My sister (around 1972) sitting on my parents' 1969 Impala and her friend sitting on a Torino. I remember the Impala's power brakes were touchy compared the Buick I drove in Driver's Ed. I would put my left foot under the brake to make it more difficult to press until I got used to it.
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    For the 25th: Chicago three days before; Minolta 40mm f2.0
    M-Rokkor on Leica M2; Tri-X in L76.
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  12. For the 26th (an older images)
    CDF, Tupelo. Olympus 35 RC, K2 filter, Ilford FP4+
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  13. For the 27th. Canon FTb QL : 50mm Canon FD f/1.4 : Kentmere 100 : PMK Pyro

    I'm a Cat

    Im a cat.jpg

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  14. For the 28th
    Minolta Himatic 7S forgot wich film I used 2013
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  15. For the 29th
    Minolta Himatic 7S 2013
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    That 1969 Impala is Chevrolet at their best. (and in your case, a family matter then). Beautiful car, beautiful photo of Southern living. In that era, my parents had a 1970 Pontiac Catalina wagon (a very special order car, had a 455 Super Duty, triple 4 barrel carb, 400 turbo automatic, AC and looked outwardly like a boring family wagon). It was quite fast, enough to keep up with any muscle car. Mike, I enjoy your photos and commentary on Southern life so much, and your family's experiences.
  17. For the 30th. Bronica ETRs : 150mm Zenzanon MC f/3.5 : Arista EDU Ultra 400 : PMK Pyro

    The Write Stuff

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  18. To make up for Oct. 1:
    wet car, Celtic 50mm f 3.5 Macro on Minolta XE (either plain XE or XE-5), don't remember the film
    Hopefully someone will step up and take the 2nd.
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  19. No takers for the 2nd, I see. Here's one from around 1977 or 1978 to fill in.
    Bored (waiting for Botany Lab to start) Konica Auto S2 (most likely Tri-X)
    During my undergraduate days I took a camera with me every day. Mostly the Konica Auto S2, but in spring of 1978 I bought a Minolta SRT 201 with 50mm f 1.7 MC Rokkor. Sometimes I carried a Bell & Howell/Canon Dial 35 as well.
  20. Looks like the 3rd is slipping away.
    Park walkway, Minolta HiMatic 7S (FP4+)

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