Film Camera Week for February 5

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Feb 4, 2021.

  1. Greetings, all and welcome to our new thread. Post all the images you like from any film camera. I did not develop any new film this week so I'm pulling a few images from earlier folders.
    Bicycle shop in Starkville, MS Minolta SRT 201 MD 50 mm f 1.4, Ilford HP5+
    small fountain in late afternoon, same tech data as above image
    small parking lot, West Point, Minolta SRT 202, MC Rokkor 35 mm f 2.8, Plus-X
    field, same gear
    The "Minolta show" continues with a couple from SRT SCII
    building in downtown Tupelo, SRT SCII with Tamron Adaptamatic 105 mm f 2.5, Ilford FP4+
    one more
    a favorite coffee shop, same tech data as above photo
    Looking forward to seeing everyone's images.
  2. Inside historic church, Sweden. 1998. Hasselblad 500c, Zeiss 2021 D 1 3523.jpg 80/2.8.
  3. Summer home in Sweden. 1998. Hasselblad 500c, Zeiss Planar 80/2.8. 2021 D 1 3524.jpg
  4. Volvo V70 we rented in Sweden. 1998. Hasselblad 500c, Zeiss Planar 80/2.8. 2021 D 1 3527.jpg
  5. House in distance from front yard of summer house, Sweden 1998. Hasselblad 500c, Zeiss 80/2.8. 2021 D 1 3528.jpg
  6. Oland an Island off 2021 D 1 3529.jpg the coast of Sweden. 1998. Hasselblad 500c, Zeiss Planar 80/2.8 .
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    Small memorial service for the end of the Battle of Capelse Veer, 76 years ago.

    Graflex Anniversary Speed Graphic 4x5, Kodak 127mm f/4.7 Ektar, Fomapan 100
    Cold wind translated into a bit of camera shake I'm afraid
  8. Campus
    Beltica II
  9. Some from a Bronica ETRSi with a 150mm Zenzanon MC f/3.5 lens. The film was Kodak T-Max 400 developed in Ilford Perceptol.

    Flax #3

    Flax #3 copy.jpg




    Stag copy.jpg

    Flax #5

    Flax #5 copy.jpg


    Street copy.jpg

    Flax #6

    Flax #6 copy.jpg

    The decisive quality in a photographer is the faculty of seeing certain things and being tempted by them. (George Bernard Shaw)

  10. XA_0025_Be smart.jpg XA_0026_Be safe.jpg XA_0028_Symbolen.jpg XA_0029_Grote bloempot.jpg
    Olympus XA Kodak Ultramax 400
  11. 18120332-8771-4926-A109-E76A9DA40D54.jpeg Thelma Sadoff Gallery, Fond du Lac, WI. Leica M2 and 40mm f2.0 M-Rokkor; T-Max in D76.
  12. I paid like $58 dollars for this little, well crafted 4x5 wooden pinhole camera made in Poland. This is the first shot and this probably has to be the best behaved pinhole camera i have used. Tmax 100 in Lmax developer. Exposure time 40 seconds. It shoots wider than expected.
    poland camera tmax 100.jpg
  13. 020CMC Coche Dos Caballos Ultramarinos Pza.Morería CFDn28.jpg

    015CMC Ajedrez Pitufo Acordeón Beethoven CFDn28.jpg

    024CMC Arco Viaducto por debajo CFDn28.jpg the three with Canon T90. Canon FDn 28. Tri-X 400. Rodinal (1:25) 7' at 20ºC​
  14. Vincent Peri

    Vincent Peri Metairie, LA

    Hmm... the Smurf accordion
    player! The most feared
    piece on the chessboard...
    rick_drawbridge and luis triguez like this.
  15. A few from a Mamiya 6451000s, using a 55mm Mamiya Sekor C f/2.8 lens. The film was Arista EDU Ultra 100 developed in Ilford Perceptol.


    DOF copy.jpg


    Altitude copy.jpg






    Noir copy.jpg

    Last edited: Feb 6, 2021
  16. Here's a recent photo of a friend of mine with a "new" (to me) toy. Voigtlander R3m, 50mm Heliar lens, Kodak Gold 400 film


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