Film Camera Week for November 9

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Nov 8, 2018.

  1. Greetings all and welcome to our new thread. As usual, post all the images you want from your film camera. I'll start with some photos from a roll of Ilford HP5+ that I started last weekend. Camera was Minolta SRT 101 with MD 35-70 f 3.5.
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    early morning fog on Tom Valentine Road
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    Fog across pasture
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    more fog
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    fence near exit
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    some afternoon trees near Highway 50
    Last one for noe
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    outside local hardware store, sun already behind buildings
    Looking forward to seeing everyone's images.
     
  2. I like the first one...
     
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  3. Some European shots on a Nikon F2 Photomic with Ilford FP4+ 125 and Kodak D-76.

    Nikkor-S Auto 50mm f/1.4:

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    Nikkor-N.C Auto 24mm f/2.8:

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    Lago Paranoá in Brasilia on a Kiev 4 with light leak, Jupiter 8M 50mm f/2, Ilford FP4+ 125, Kodak D-76:

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  4. Especially #2......
     
  5. As promised, some more photos from last Sunday at two small remembrance ceremonies for men of the 51st Highland Divison and a young local boy killed in 1944 and 1945.

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    Memorials in Distelberg woods
    Kodak Signet-40, 46mm f/3.5 Ektanar, Kodak Double-X (HC-110, B, 5min, 20C)
     
  6. Thanks. It's the Basílica da Estrela in Lisbon
     
  7. I have to say that it is great encouragement to me that History of Sacrifice to help others is so well represented in the photographs of, and fealty to, those events.
    That last photo says it so much better than any words of mine could express.
    It reminds me of the expression by the French school children in their adoption of American graves at Normandy.
    Thank you.

    Additionally, love the “Iowa” tag on the front of the vehicle.
    Nice touch.
     
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  8. You broaden my world with your talented view of it.
    Thanks for the details.
     
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  9. Mount Le Conte, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Nikon F6, Zeiss Milvus 50/1.4, B+W 040 orange filter, Kodak 400TX. 2018 ab&w 19 014.jpg
     
  10. Chimney Tops from below, GSMNP. F6, Milvus 50/1.4, B+W 040, 400TX. 2018 ab&w 19 020.jpg
     
  11. From Morton Overlook, GSMNP. F6. Zeiss Otus 85/1.4, B+W 022 medium yellow filter, 400TX. 2018 ab&w 19 022.jpg
     
  12. Chimney Tops from Morton Overlook, GSMNP. F6, Otus 85.1.4, 022, 400TX. 2018 ab&w 19 028.jpg
     
  13. US 441 from Newfound Gap. F6, Otus 85/1.4, 022, 400TX. 2018 ab&w 19 029.jpg
     
  14. Lunch time on 21st Street

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    - Kodak Retina II using Ilford Super XP2 - with multiple scratch lines courtesy of a local lab -
     
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  15. Nikon F and 55mm f/3.5 Micro-Nikkor (early, compensating version); Kodak Gold 200

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    The wonderful Tiltall tripod was invented by the sons of the inventor of the ice cream cone. You could read about its history here. I bought mine new in 1969.
     
  16. Correction. Today's photos were on Kodak 100TMX and not 400TX.
     
  17. Peru- Iquitos Sanitation Dept.
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    Nikkormat EL, Vivitar 70-210mm
     
  18. Peru - Amazon River at Iquitos
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    Nikkormat EL Nikkor 20mm f/4
     
  19. Nice shot of the river boats on the Amazon.

    Also, liked the shot of US 441 looking down from Newfound Gap - in addition to the fog on the country road somewhere between Pheba and Cedarbluff.
     
  20. That first shot is especially noteworthy. Thanks!
     

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