Discussion in 'Medium Format' started by Ricochetrider, May 8, 2020.
Hasselblad 2003FCW with 110/2, TMAX100 in TMAX developer, pano stitch from two photos.
Hasselblad 2003FCW, 250mm SuperAchromat, TMAX 100 in TMAX Developer. The small web version here doesn't give justice to the very high amount of detail and sharpness at 100% view from the superachromat.
KW Patent Etui Plaubel Supracomar 3.9/100 Ilford Delta 100
More from my recent round of shooting at vintage bike meets. This is the Antique Motorcycle Club of America (AMCA) spring national in Oley Pennsylvania.
Hasselblad 500cm, IIRC the lens was either my 250mm Sonnar and/or the 80mm Planar. I shot a roll of original Fuji Acros 100 & another of Pan F Plus 50- honestly, I'm uncertain what is what in this group. That said, I feel like the top 2 images have that clean Acros 100 feel and the others feel more like Pan F Plaus
Voigtlander Bessa 66 Heliar 3.5/75 Ilford Pan F50
I should visit this forum more often.
breezeway with bicycle, Fujica GS 645S with Verichrome Pan
Hy-6 + 50FLE and pola filter
Hy-6 + 110F2.0
Kodak Portra 400, Mamiya 645 with Mamiya 50mm shift lens
Mamiya 645, Kodak Portra 400
Took the Zeiss Distagon 40mm FLE out to a vintage car show recently and only took 3 photos with it, on my Hasselblad 500cm. WOW it's pretty wide. Didn't have a level with me, so I just kinda eyeballed level in all directions, hoping to avoid undue distortion. The lens definitely has a very different vibe tho. Feels like there's almost a bit of a "fish eye" effect?
Pretty sure this is Ilford's Pan F Plus 50... but could be wrong, will find out for sure once I get the negatives back.
Well anyway, I got 3 rolls of 120 developed, using a lab in NYC I've not used before: The Color House. A buddy who works and lives in The City dropped 5 rolls of film off on Wednesday (this week), and I had the scans on Friday! Pretty snappy service if you ask me! Of course having @wadeschields hand carry the film from my house to the lab helped quite a lot.
Shot this one (below) through the car window thinking it was best to keep the camera as level as possible, rather than raise the camera then tilt it down? I was using my tripod. It's not the best, but I kinda like it.
Love that first picture , and yes it's pretty darn wide . Peter
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