Film Camera Week for May 15

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, May 14, 2020.

  1. Greetings all and welcome to our new thread. Post all the images you like from any film camera. I recently ran film through my Canon EOS Rebel K, a camera which I haven't used in a while. It was a Christmas gift over ten years ago. I gradually added more lenses including a new 50mm f 1.8 for only 20 USD. Film was Ilford HP5+ processed in Kodak HC110 dilution H and scanned with Epson V600.
    bench in noon day sun, 28mm f 2.8 EOS lens
    curbside pick up at Starkville's Buffalo Wild Wings, same lens
    West Point road, EOS 75-300
    Izumi, 50mm f 1.8 and built-in flash
    office window, also with 50mm
    sidewalk and outside seating area, 50mm
    That's all for now. Looking forward to seeing everyone's images.
  2. Powerhouse on Ocoee River,Tennessee, USA.Hasselblad 501CM, Zeiss CFE 80/2.8, UV, Kodak Ektachrome E100S. 2002 B 34 1.jpg
  3. Trail to Andrews Bald, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA. 2002. Hasselblad 501 CM, Zeiss CFE 80/2.8, E100S. 2002 B 34 2a.jpg
  4. Andrews Bald, GSMNP, USA, August 2002. Hasselblad 501CM, Zeiss 500/4 C, E100S. 2002 B 34 3.jpg
  5. Andrews Bald, looking west, 2002 B 34 4.jpg GSMNP, USA. August 2002. Hasselblad 501CM, Zeiss Sonnar 150/4, E100S.
  6. Nothing developed or scanned this week.

    Militracks - May 2019
    Contax II, 5cm f/1.5 Sonnar, Fomapan 100

    Argus K, Fomapan 100
  7. I've begun documenting some Pennsylvania coal mining towns, I've posted a pic or two from previous rolls of MF film, but here are some newer ones.
    All 35mm, Voigtlander R3m, Voigtlander 50mm f3.5 Helier lens on Fuji Industrial color 100 film





    If you look at the below shot, you will notice an "onion dome" church. Because PA has a rich history of all manner of Immigrants over the centuries, there are pockets of orthodox religious sects in various places across the state. This church could be Greek or one of any number of Eastern European countries' Orthodox church.

    In spite of the fact that mining is still operational to this day, most of these towns have seen better days. The bigger towns are largely shut down and there are empty houses etc in the surrounding villages. The churches, pizza shops & bars are the primary operational businesses these days. The photos I posted last week of the Alpine GT car are also part of this set. These are shots from Frackville PA and 2 tiny villages nearby.

  8. Some from a Bronica ETRs with either the 150mm Zenza Bronica MC f/3.5 or 40mm Zenza Bronica MC f/4 lenses. The film was Kodak T-Max 400 developed in Pyrocat HD.

    @ The Swan (150mm)

    @ The Swan copy.jpg

    Eight Thirty

    @Eight-Thirty copy.jpg

    Just Waiting (150mm)

    Just Waiting.jpg

    Level Three Day #11

    Level Three day #11 copy.jpg

    Studio (40mm)


    Notice (150mm)

    Notice copy.jpg
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  9. Harness Racing
    Ektachrome, as I remember without actually checking
  10. From a recent wandering about in 2k20-042-002 ces5 bc bm.jpg Honolulu. Zorki-4K / Jupiter-8, UFX 400, Hypercat & V600 scan. Aloha, Bill
  11. Hasselblad 500cm
    Ilford HP5 plus
    I believe this was the 80mm Planar
    Street Scene @ 2nd & Locust

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    Rolleiflex K4A and HP5+ in Rodinal (1:25).
  13. Great start to our thread, everyone. Especially interested in the images posted from Hasselblad gear since I'm planning to get started with this system. Opened a thread a few weeks back and got some really good advice.
  14. Niagara Whirlpool, Pentax MX, 80-200/4.5 SMC-M Zoom, Fuji Superia

  15. Ken Follet
    010CMC Ken Follett N105PC.jpg

    Sax 017a Saxofón N105PC.jpg

    Siesta 023CMC Curva Siesta Piedra N105PC.jpg Nikon F. Nikkor P.C 105. Tri-X 400. D-76 (1:1) 9' 45" at 20ºC
  16. Here are a few from a Canon T90 with a 28-90mm Vivitar (Komine) Series One Macro Focusing Zoom f/2.8-3.5 lens. The film was Ilford FP4 Plus developed in Pyrocat HD.

    Eastside #13

    Eastside # 13.jpg

    Eastside #10

    Eastside #10 copy.jpg

    Eastside #11

    Eastside #11 copy.jpg


    Watching copy.jpg

    New Topographics #5

    New Topographics #5 copy.jpg

  17. Here's a couple shots from my 500cm for you. We have quite a lot of covered bridges around Central Pennsylvania. The next c county to my north 7 west, just to name one example, has a total of 14. This bridge is in the next county north of that- Juniata County near Port Royal. A rounded arch like these is called a Burr Arch. This bridge is unique in that it features double Burr Arches! I've spent a lot of time. photographing most of my local covered bridges, but this is the fist I've shot on film. This was the 80mm Planar CF *T lens, and I'm pretty sure it was shot on Ilford HP5.

    Here's some reading for you on covered bridge construction

    The Theodore Burr Covered Bridge Society of Pa., Inc. Special Events Page

    Burr Truss - Wikipedia


  18. From the archives
    Rollei 35 Delta

    Rollei 35 Delta 100 Bed Bath escalator.jpg

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