Film Camera Week for July 8

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Jul 7, 2022.

  1. Greetings, all, and welcome to our new thread. Post all the images you like from any film camera. I'll start with some shots from a roll of Ilford HP5+ that I processed and scanned earlier this week. Camera was the Minolta XE-5 with 58mm f 1.4 MC Rokkor PF.
    road word on Mississippi State campus
    director of local animal shelter with my wife
    Hayes, one of the animal shelter's resident cats who sleeps wherever he likes
    volunteers ready to start their work
    one more
    walkway at dusk
    Looking forward to seeing everyone's images.
  2. From my Wisner 4x5. 120mm Osaka lens using Tmax 100 developed in Rodinal 1-100 for 16 minutes. That hammer was given to me 43 years ago by my uncle.
    Side note.. Rodinal 1-100 did not deliver the shadows when metered at ISO 80.
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  3. Silver at estate sale. Nikon F, Zeiss Milvus 50/1.4, 4 2022 ab&w 5 18.jpg 00TX or Tri-X.
  4. Pitcher and cups 2022 ab&w 5 19.jpg at estate sale. Nikon F, Zeiss Milvus 50/1.4, Kodak 400 TX or Tri-X.
  5. China ay estate sale. Nikon F, Zeiss Milvus 50/1.4, Tri-X. 2022 ab&w 5 21.jpg
  6. Bridge to Cotton District. Nikon F, Zeiss Milvus 50/1.4, Tiffen #12 yellow filter 2022 ab&w 5 26.jpg , Tri-X.
  7. University Drive. Nikon F, Zeiss Milvus 50/1.4, #12, Tri-X. 2022 ab&w 5 27.jpg
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    More from Military Weekend 2022 at Fort Aan Den Ham
    Graflex Anniversary Speed Graphic, 127mm f/4.7 Ektar, Fomapan 100
  9. 2 from my Nikon N(F) 80 and 60mm Nikkor Micro 2.8 @5.6. Film is Pan F+ developed in W2D2+pyro/metol.

    Same setting different hammer.

    Work gloves
  10. French troops at Fort de Chartres Pays des Illinois (ca 1720)
    Nikkormat EL
  11. Three pictures of the nearby graveyard, Canon 7, Voigtländer Color-Skopar 35/2.5. I developed HP5 Plus in Rodinal 2 minutes too long resulting in the loss of detail. I like the tones, however.

  12. Some from a Nikon F2 with a 35-70mm Vivitar f/2.8-3.5 lens. The film was Ilford FP4 Plus developed in PMK Pyro. This little Vivitar lens is proving to be a worthwhile asset.

    Abstract #19

    Abstract #19 copy.jpg




    Drive copy.jpg


    Descent copy.jpg


    Machine copy.jpg

    Elements #69

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  13. More 4x5 practice. This one with the Toyo 45 field which for me is a better user than the pretty Wisner. Lens is a 120mm Osaka wide field set at F22 and 1/2 second. Delta 100 in straight Microphen for 6.5 minutes.
  14. Portobello
    A001CMC Motos Frutería GAF 500 Londres CFL55.jpg Canon FT. Canon FL 55. GAF 500

    River Thames
    A023CMC Cuatro Grúas Río Támesis.jpg Canon FT. Canon FL 55. Ektachrome 164
  15. A few from a Nikon F-100 with a 24-135mm Sigma f/2.8-4.5 lens. The film was Kentmere 100 developed in PMK Pyro.

    Alley #2

    Alley #2 copy.jpg


    Guardians copy.jpg

    For a Seafaring Man

    For a Seafaring Man copy.jpg


    Retirement copy.jpg

    The Settlers' Graves

    The Settlers Graves copy.jpg

  16. AF35J_0159_Kadett met schade.jpg
    Damaged classic Opel Kadett

    Canon AF35 J Kodak Ultramax 400
  17. Great shots, everyone. To keep things moving I've got some old shots that I probably posted in older thread. Tech data is easy to recall as these were not high tech camera.
    Younger brother and family cat, from around 1973, Kodak Pocket Instamatic 40, Verichrome Pan (tray developed)
    my parents from 1969, Kodak Instamatic 124 Kodacolor-X (cropped)
    my youngest son (around 2001 or so) Canon Elph Lt (APS) with whatever Kodak called their chromogenic APS
    a friend of mine about 1968 or so, Sear 127 (same as Impex Cubex) either Verichrome Pan or Ansco (don't remember since this was a scanned print)
  18. From a the park nearby. The grain is very coarse. Developed in Rodinal 1+50, so you would expect some
    grain but not this noticeable. Maybe some error in development? HP5+, Pentacon six TL, Biometar 80/2.8.


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