Film Camera Week for October 5

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Oct 4, 2018.

  1. Minolta 7s FP4 - Shame original image lost it's sharpness due to converting to JPEG from Tiff. Attempts to sharpen had little effect Chimney 8.jpg
  2. A few from my Nikkormat FT2 with its Nikkor 50mm F2, Ilford Pan 100 in Ilfosol 3. Scanned using an Epson V800 and Viewscan.

    Piggy's Bar

    Australia's own GM ute. The Aussie Ute

    Dusk in the Blacksmith's Shop.

    Holden's "Grey" Motor 132 CID, 2.15L
  3. Some from a Canon T70 fitted with a Canon FD 35-70mm f/4 lens. The film was Ilford FP4 Plus developed in PMK Pyro.

    October Morning






    The Pets

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    The Old Workhorse

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  4. Taken with my Zeiss Ikon Ikoflex 1b.

  5. Hey, Bobby. I like the color rendition there. What film is that? Any post processing of the color? Please advise! I'm looking for what else is out there after Fuji stops chromes.
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  6. Bradley--thank you! I used a fresh roll of Kodak Ektar 100 for that shot. I don't do any tweaking to my photos. So I developed it using the Unicolor C41 developing kit chemicals and then scanned it with an Epson V550 scanner.
  7. It looks true to life....
  8. Ha! Thank you--when I was typing my response I kept thinking "it looks exactly as it looked before my eyes on that day".
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    Living History Festival at the Memorial Museum Passchendaele in Zonnebeke
    Kodak Auto Graflex, Ross 7-1/2" f/4.5 Xpress, Fomapan 100
  10. 21145C1-R01-037.jpg 21145C1-R01-037.jpg Shot with Leica M3, f2 50mm Summicron, 4th version. Portra 400 21145C1-R01-037.jpg
  11. Shot with Voigtlander Prominent II,,,, 35mm Skoparon lens...outdated film 86610024.JPG
  12. Might have some more later today. I processed a roll of HP5+ that I shot in my Rollei 35. Maybe scan it later today.
  13. I took the Neoca SV rangefinder out for a walk, loaded with Kentmere 100. This rather rare camera has an unusual 45mm Zunow f/2.8 lens; I've posted a pic over on the "What camera..." thread. The film was developed in PMK Pyro and scanned on an Epson V700 Photo using Silverfast SE software.

    Table 003

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    Table 001

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  14. Nikon F
    Larochette Luxembourg
  15. Had some time off about a week ago, and finally was able to put a decent amount of time into shooting a couple of photos. Of course as a result, the spare time afterwards was quickly filled with developing and scanning the outcome....


    Yashica D, Ilford FP4 in Pyrocat HDC

    Leica R6, Summicron-R 35mm, Ilford FP4 in Pyrocat HDC

    The weather was a bit on and off unfortunately....

    Canonet QL17, Fomapan 100 in Pyrocat HDC
  16. What a great collection of photographs we have in this thread! While I don't do "Likes", labouring as I do under the archaic belief that they are better reserved for social media and not entirely appropriate for a Forum that purports to encourage discussion and comment, I'll have to say that I like practically every image posted in this thread. We're going from strength to strength!
    Last edited: Oct 6, 2018
  17. Erko, if you would be so kind as to disclose the technical details of the village shot, I would appreciate it. I love the tonal range and contrast in addition to the subject and composition.

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