Film Camera Week for April 20

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Apr 19, 2018.

  1. Greetings all and welcome to our new thread. Once again, this is the place to post all the images you like from your film camera. Classics, hybrid classics, and modern gear are all welcome here.
    I'll start with some images from a roll of Tri-X that I processed a few years ago but neglected to scan.
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    morning sun on fence, Minolta SRT 101, 55mm f1.7 MC Rokkor
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    business is slow, same gear
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    Hermione having a "staring match" with me, same gear probably with tripod
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    The non-power tool collection, same gear
    I think these images are from 2012 more or less.
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    locked gate, same gear
    I do have a recent roll (HP5+ that I processed last night) that I will scan and add to our thread later.
    I look forward to seeing everyone's images.
     
  2. From a first attempt at developing film. Mistakes made with the mixing of the Kodak D-76 and fixer and a bigger mess made when loading the stainless steel spool. In the end there were around 7 or 8 usable shots. All shots taken in the centre of Brasilia. Nikon F2 Photomic, Nikkor-N.C. Auto 24mm f/2.8, Tri-X 400.

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  3. Old Highway 82 Bridge in Columbus, Mississippi, Now a foot Bridge. Nikon FM2n, Zeiss 25mm f2, Ilford FP4+. 2018 ab&w 5 36-1.jpg
     
  4. Another view. FM2n, Zeiss 25/2, FP4+. 2018 ab&w 5 35-2.jpg
     
  5. Main span that was suppose to swing. 2018 ab&w 5 27-10.jpg FM2n, Zeiss 25/2, FP4+.
     
  6. Girders with wide angle lens. FM2n, Zeiss 25/2, FP4+. 2018 ab&w 5 29-8.jpg
     
  7. Girders with normal lens. FM2n, Zeiss Milvus 50/1.4. FP4+. 2018 ab&w 5 23-14.jpg
     
  8. I've been sorting, culling, and sometimes scanning old film. Trying to get my life a little better organized, which may be hopeless.

    This is the Brant Point light on Nantucket back in 1983. Calumet Gowland Pocket View Camera and 90mm f/8 Wide Field Caltar lens on 4x5 Ektachrome 64 Professional film, 1/8 sec. @ f/38.

    A contemporaneous note says I spent about an hour fooling around with the camera movements and then waiting for a boat to come along. Meanwhile my wife waited sitting on a log, reading, in the rain.

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    Another one from last weekend with a Kodak No.2 Folding Pocket Brownie
     
  10. Used my Olympus RC loaded with Foma 200 yesterday.
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    I am always impressed on how sharp the lens is on this camera

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  11. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

    Two taken in town of Mesilla, NM back in 1999 or 2000 with a Mamiya 1000 DTL, Sekor standard lens, unknown film.

    Scans were also done then on a Storm Easy Photo Reader, which I used for web page pictures before I had a digital camera.

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    San Albino Church
     
  12. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

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    Calle de Guadalupe
     
  13. Nikon F
    A new attraction in town...
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  14. Wow! That is a patient woman!
     
  15. Just one repost from yesterday. M3, Summicron, Provia, NCPS.

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  16. mj,
    Nice work with the FOMA. Any info on processing?
    Thanks, Tony.
     

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