Film Camera Week for June 11

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Jun 10, 2021 at 7:53 AM.

  1. Greetings, all and welcome to our new thread. Post all the images you like from any film camera. I'll start with a few shots from a roll of Ilford FP4+ that I processed and scanned yesterday. Camera was Minolta HiMatic 7S.
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    motorcycle on trailer
    I used the automatic setting on all photos. Film rated at box speed and processed in HC110 dilution H.
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    buses
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    crossing and walkway
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    storm damage from Tuesday afternoon
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    flash flooding (grab shot so I missed focus a bit)

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    wider view of fallen tree
    That's all for now. Looking forward to seeing everyone's images.
     
  2. Granddaughter's ballet recital. She is fourth from left. Nikon F6, Zeiss Otus 85/1.4, Kodak 400TX or Tri- 2021 ab&w 6 14.jpg X
     
  3. Granddaughter's ballet recital, she is third from left. Nikon F6, Zeiss Otus 85.1.4, 400TX. 2021 ab&w 6 19.jpg
     
  4. My granddaughters. Nikon F6, Zeiss Otus 85/1.4, 400TX. 2021 ab&w 6 29.jpg
     
  5. My son, wife, and daughter. Nikon F6, Zeiss Otus 85/1.4, 400TX. 2021 ab&w 6 31.jpg
     
  6. My son and his wife and daughter. Nikon F6, Zeiss Otus 85/1.4, Kodak 400TX or Tri-x. 2021 ab&w 6 35.jpg
     
  7. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

    Taken with Kowa H, ProImage 100 film.

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    Mixed-Use Building
     
  8. m42dave

    m42dave Dave E.

  9. posted before in another forum
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    Canon F-1. Canon FL 135. Tri-X rated at ISO 1600. D-76 (straight) 13' at 20ºC​
     
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    Pentax espio AF zoom Fuji Superia 400
     
  11. Some from a Yashica 230-AF with a 70-210mm Yashica (Kyocera) f/4.5 lens. The film was Ilford FP4 Plus developed in PMK Pyro.

    Abstract : Bike and Bark

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    Chambers

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    Queen's Birthday at the Swan

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    Builders Yard

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    The Pig in the Window

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    Tyre Centre

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  12. Sandias at Sunset
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    Heiland Pentax H2 35mm Culmigon Kodachrome
     
  13. A few shots from a roll of Delta 100 shot in the Pentax LX through the 50 f1.2. I am very fond of this combination.
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  14. Just got several rolls of film worth of scans in. These form a lab I hadn't used before, The Color House in NYC. My buddy who lives and works in the City dropped them off on Wednesday andI had the scans in my inbox on Friday- pretty great service right there, IMO!

    Anyway, I have a few images to post around but here's one of the favorites from a motorcycle hillclimb we went to... jeez was it just last weekend? It's been a busy week, as I'm back to working more & more as the Entertainment industry gears up after a rather long 15 months of nothingness. Yes, this was *only* a week ago.

    This is 35mm Fuji Provia 100F in my Voigtlander R3m with (I'm pretty sure) the 50mm f3.5 Heliar lens

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  15. and here's the view over his head:

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    and a couple more;

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  16. From last weekend

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    Kodak Medalist with overexposed and overdeveloped Orwo Pan 400 that expired over 25 years ago.
     
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