Discussion in 'Medium Format' started by Ricochetrider, May 8, 2020.
Paris, Pont des Arts to Académie Française
Hy-6 Xenotar 80F2.0
Äppel by Georg, auf Flickr
SL66, tilted Planar 80mm, Fomapan 100 in Rodinal 1+50
I was in a hurry, shot hand-held.
Hoe timely , we have a couple of apple trees in our front yard and they have suffered from the same bug holes in them ! They even appear to be the same type . Peter
Rolleiflex K4B with 75mm f3.5 Tessar with yellow filter; HP5 in D76 (1:2).
Parisiennes faisant leur jogging devant des Parisiens
Hy-6 Xenotar 80F2.0
Santa Catalina mountains, Arizona, Pentax 6x7, 200mm, Velvia 50.
^ Now that's one spectacular photo ! Polarizer ? Peter
Thanks Peter! It was only slightly polarized, as I didn't turn it all the way. It would be too dark.
Revisiting TROG 2019, in anticipation of TROG 2021- upcoming sept 29 thru oct 4. All photos from eh Hasselblad 500cm, 80mm Planar lens
Image below, Portra 160
expired Agfa APX 25:
Kodak Tri-X 400 IIRC:
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Not a Featherbed. More likely a Garden Gate. I've had a few British bikes back in the day, including a couple of Vincents, a BSA Gold Star and a Velocette Venom. The Velocette was the best. These days I ride a BMW.
Now that's what I call patina!
Calm before a Storm. From a few months ago, but the upcoming weekend forecasts are looking like similar weather. Maybe some Wagner, or perhaps Ludwig's 6th,
for background ??
My system is being freaky. Please delete the dupe. Yashica 124, UFX400, Pyrocat HDC & V800 scan.
Mamiya 645 DF+ 150mm, Phase One P65+:
The Three Patriarchs, Zion National Park, Utah. Mamiya 645E and 45mm f/2.8 lens with a #15 yellow filter on T-max 400 dev w/ L-76. This is my first image on this thread with my brand new/old introduction to medium format. It's everything I'd hoped for. Photo was made on Oct. 9th which was Deb and my 40th anniversary. We were married in the park way back when.
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