Discussion in 'Medium Format' started by Ricochetrider, May 8, 2020.
Rolleicord V(ii) with red filter. Tri-X in Pyrocat HD
Fuji GX617, 90mm & 180mm, Kodak Portra:
Those are really lovely and are really the way that film shines.
Which Portra is it, 400 ?
No K. it's Portra 160.
New Jersey, Kodak Tri-X 400. Rolleiflex 2.8f
Picked up a few r ols of Portra 400 with the intent to shoot s ome portrait type stuff- havent gotten around to that yet but I did burn up a roll on som e old bikes, This time, tho the antique motorcycles were mine and some close friends, on a wekend gathering back in March. SHot with my 500cm & either the 80mm Planar or the 180mm Sonnar. The latter, I bought specifically for shooting people shots- tho havent used it very much. I've done a fair amount fo "long distance close up" photos with my 250m, so I thought why not with the 180?
my 1966 BSA Thunderbolt and a friend's late model Rocket 3 in a line up of BSAs.
here's the close up from the Zeiss 180mm Sonnar. These were all shot at one time, just about "golden hour" in mid evening.
Bronica ETRS - 50mm
And inside the lighthouse - A very rickity open climb to the top!
The swiss knife of the headlights.
a few more from TROG 2021- still geting film developed from back in October!
Hasselblad 500cm, I believe these were shot using the 250mm Sonnar. All on expired Kodak Tmax 100
Brooklyn Underpass. Mamiya 7 80mm Tri-X in Pyrocat HD (Divided: Sandy King recipe)
Rolleiflex K4B (75mm f3.5 Tessar); TMax in L76.
Williamsburg Bridge . Mamiya 7 43mm Orange Filter Tri-X in Pyrocat HD (Divided: Sandy King recipe)
One from the archives-
- can’t recall what film this was shot on, could have been Ti-X but also could have been an Ilford HP film of some sort
Another wall elsewhere.
This was shot on I think HP2, same lens same camera as above
Cathedral Spires, Black Hills, South Dakota. Mamiya 645E 80mm f/2.8 on Tri-X with Xtol
A few ecently processed shots from last october's The Race Of Gentlemen on long expired Tmax 100 in teh Hasselblad 500cmLens used was either the Zeiss 80mm Planar or 250mm Sonnar
Hasselblad 500 c/m, planar 80 mm f2,8 CF.
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