Bob_A wrote in post #8260588
My stuff is all crud, but I'll play:
2. This one's from the June 1995, again with an OM-1 and 50mm f/1.4. Fuji G-200? film.
Really digging this shot actually.
Depth wrote in post #8260904
Once I can get access to a darkroom I'll get some more pics up. Cost to get film developed now is really high now.
Leica M6 + Summicron-M 50mm f/2 using Kodak Tri-X.
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Gotta love that old Tri-X. They've been using the same emulsion since the start and it still looks just as good.
AmandaMarie wrote in post #8260947
Does this count? My dad took it of me when I was like 7 learning to drive a dragster with his canon slr my mom bought him in like 1985.
I don't think he realized he had a little girl. NOT A BOY.
Lol, Cute. Parents are delusional sometimes...
Karl Johnston wrote in post #8261016
There's something about film...looks so much "realer" than digital
I feel that way too. But film can also be a lot more frustrating than digital.
ryant35 wrote in post #8261091
Mine are a few years old, back before my DSLR days
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Really digging the colors in this one. Do you remember which film this was shot on?
hofajoab wrote in post #8261462
Well you did want a Film
HP5 @ 400, Nikon F50, lens unknown.
Here is another one from me:
Again mamiya C330 with portra 400NC