Discussion in 'Medium Format' started by Ricochetrider, May 8, 2020.
H-203 + F50-F2.8
Another from the yesteryear vault. Agfa
Isolette 3 (85mm Apotar), Tmax 100, Rodinol & V600 scan. Aloha, Bill
Mamiya 7 43mm red filter HP5 in HC110 18 min.
Perhaps forgotten are the folding cameras of the 40's & 50"s. Here is the Ercona II from then East Germany. 1956 build in 6x9 format. Aloha, Bill
Using a tripod and the 10 sec delay timers with my MF cameras allows slow shutter speeds and selfies! Agfa Isolette 3, Tmax 100, Obsidian Aqua & V600 scan. Aloha, Bill
^ That's a great photo Bill ! Peter
from the archives:
Ektar100 having a moment
^^^ So what are you riding in that pic Bill ? Peter
My Aloha Hotrod. Basically a 50cc moped that you would find here in Hawaii and around the world. Mine is a "cheater" . . 80cc upgrade.
On Oahu most roads (except freeways) are 35 mph, with 45 seen now and then. No motorcycle certification needed, also exempt from insurance, although I do carry it ! Plus, 60-70 mpg gives me a few extra $$$ for film ! Aloha, Bill
Joshua Tree National Park
Bronica ETRS, 45-90mm Zenzanon PE zoom, 2001-dated Plus-X exposed at ISO 320, processed in Diafine.
These have a really great look to them! Exposed at 320... is that according to the the "add X ISO for every 10 years rule" ??
Thanks! Hah, usually I would expose expired Plus-X at ISO 50 to 80 and develop in HC-110B, but after some experimentation I found that Diafine works great with expired (mid-1990s and newer) Plus-X at ISO 320 to 400. This was my plan when photographing Joshua Tree NP, that with a ISO that high I could use the 45-90 zoom in daylight at handheld shutter speeds (1/125 to 1/500) if I had to. Some spaces among the boulders were unaccommodating to tripod use (such as Arch Rock above) and the plan paid off.
Another from my History Vault. Yshicamat 124, 100Tmax, PMK-Pyro & V600 scan. Aloha, Bill
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