Discussion in 'Medium Format' started by Ricochetrider, May 8, 2020.
I've had the good fortune to be able to borrow a 40mm and 250mm lens for my Kowa Six . So off I went on my bike for a trip through the
mountains in western B.C to try them out . The field of views were an example of extremes , both pictures taken from the same place . I was
sure before starting this trip that I'd end up NEEDING both of them . It was a struggle to use a single roll of Delta 100 ! For the life of me ,
I couldn't ( or can't) take advantage of either of those focal lengths . More film is where the money not spent will probably go .That's my
rant for the day . Peter
very nice !!
Belfast waterfront Bronica 50mm lens polarizing filter.
Titanic building Belfast Bronica 50mm lens
^ I'm curious which model of Bronica this ? Peter
Sq-A. Had 2 copy & paste that letter after P not working on this keyboard
Franka Rolfix II Rodenstock Trinar 3.5/105 Ilford Delta 100
Fuji GX617, 90mm, Kodak Portra:
Old Belfast coal dock. Now marina Bronica 50mm
From a recent ride around the mountains of Central Pennsylvania with my vintage motorcycle & vintage camera. Hasselblad 500cm, 80mm Planar lens. Totally loving this Ilford Pan F Plus 50 film.
More messing around with close-ups & my extension tubes; this is the #16 tube and 80mm Planar
Nice bike. I have a 2014 R1200R
^^ Nice looking road to ride . Peter
Thanks, I like this one. I have a couple more, a 2002 K1200RS and a 1974 Norton Commando.
I'm remembering now that I rode over these mountains that day and went quite a ways afterwards. Eventually my front end felt funny anti turned out I was very low on air pressure in the front tire. Fortunately by that time,I was just outside a small town. I limped about, finding an air pump at a local convenience store. Pumped the tire up and rode all the way home, about 25-30 more miles. New tires went on the bike shortly after.
Yes thanks, it's lovely, one of my favorite local rides.
The Nomadic. Tender to the Titanic. In Belfast
@laurencecochrane Enjoying your photos of Belfast's revitalized waterfront. Thanks for posting them.
here's a crop of a shot I took of Manhattan & the Brooklyn Bridge earlier this summer.
Hasselblad 500cm, Rollei Superpan 200 film. Don't recall if this was the 80mm Planar or 50mm Distagon
Thanks, not long on this forum. Not long since I dug the Bronica out again. Been a while since I used a camera at all.
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