Medium Format Photo Thread

Discussion in 'Medium Format' started by Ricochetrider, May 8, 2020.

  1. Mamiya 645DF+, 55mm, Phase One P45 back:
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  2. Fuji GX617, 90mm, Kodak Ektar:
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  3. ^ That sky just grabs my eyeballs :) . Peter
     
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  4. Mamiya 645 DF+ 120mm T/S, Phase One P45. Lens tilted down:
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  5. Fuji GX617, 180mm, Kodak Ektar:
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  6. Mamiya 645DF+, 28mm, Phase One P45 back:
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  7. Ilford Pan F Plus 50, Hasselblad 500cm, 250mm Sonnar

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  8. Fuji GX617, 180mm, Kodak Ektar:
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  9. 6386940D-CAF4-43D3-9062-D915FAFBC5EB.jpeg Rolleiflex K4B with 75mm f3.5 Tessar and HP5 in D76.
     
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  10. rolleiflex 3.5e Kodak portra 400.
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  11. Sorry for the double post, but this was the intended image. : ) Hoboken, NJ shot on Rolleiflex 3.5E

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  12. Fuji GX617, 180mm, Kodak Ektar:
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  13. Agfa Record III (105mm Solinar), EDU 200 @ 125asa, Pyrocat HDC & V600 scan. Aloha, Bill 2k20-088-004 ces26 bc bm 6x9.jpg
     
  14. Fuji GX617, 180mm, Kodak Ektar:
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  15. Another from the walk-about from above. This time it is the church I pass on the walk home from The Bus return. AgfaRecord III (6x9), EDU 200, Pyrocat HDC & V600 scan. Aloha, Bill 2k20-088-002 ces26 bc bm 4x6.jpg
     
  16. As I continue to scan older images, I ran across this photo from around 25 years ago. The Louisville Water Company has been in business for well over 160 years. In 1860, they built Pumping Station #1 near the intersection of River Road and Zorn Avenue. The pumping station and tower were built in the Roman architecture style. In 1890 the original tower toppled during a violent windstorm, and was replaced with the current tower. It's a Doric design, rising to 183 feet. During the floods of 1937, the station stayed in operations by reverting back to steam power, and kept a lot of the city with fresh water. It's now undergoing a restoration. Image was done on Fujichrome ISO 64, Mamiya 645 Super, unknown lens.

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  17. Rolleiflex 3.5E Kodak Portra 400

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  18. 500c, 250m Sonnar, HP5

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  19. another from the same roll of film as above

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  20. Mamiya 645 DF+ 55mm, Phase One P45:
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    Mamiya 645 DF+ 120mm T/S, Phase One P45. Lens tilted down:
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    Mamiya 645 DF+, 28mm, Phase One P45:
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