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Sep 17, 2019 07:21 |  #2671

Mamiya M645 w/80mm f2.8. Ilford Delta 400 in Kodak HC-110b.


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Sep 18, 2019 13:10 |  #2672

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Another old shot taken in 1985, rescanned with the new scanner. Taken with a AE1P, FD 50mm F1.8 lens. The Film was Kodak CM 400 stock. (don't know if Gold, or Royal or ??)
Scanned with the Plustek 8200i and Vuescan software. Played a little in lightroom to bring up the orange and deepen the shadows.

I took this from my Bradley, I popped the hatch to get the sunrise with the neighboring vehicle. Not too shabby for a 19 year old with no sleep. LOL

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Sep 23, 2019 01:54 |  #2673

Altissa Periscop from the DDR, simple 50s camera, 120 Lomography film, 100 ASA


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Sep 23, 2019 17:35 |  #2674

Canon EOS 630, EF 35-80mm, Kodak Colorplus 200, developed by The Darkroom.

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Sep 24, 2019 08:29 |  #2675

Testing out the 210mm f4 on my Mamiya m645. Delta 400 in hc-110b.


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Sep 25, 2019 15:13 |  #2676

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One of the last S80s at DFW, it is being used for de-icing training before going to the desert. Canon EOS630, Tri-X, HC110(b)

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Sep 26, 2019 04:00 |  #2677

lucky7 wrote in post #18927502 (external link)
I prefer fixed lens cameras, and I like the idea of the massive negatives and actual rangefinder - I've never used a real rangefinder, lol. I'm thinking the RB might bet the way to go though, at least for now. I've also never used a waist level finder, though I did play with an RB67 at a local camera shop once. I should go back there now that I'm thinking about it, they had like 10 of them on the shelf. I guess they 'specialize' in them or something, and they were cheap, relatively speaking. It's been a couple years! I'll try to swing by there this week.

My GA645i is the most perfect travel camera as it has a pop-up flash, auto focus and is completely automated. But I want more control. I want to shoot at night and I still don't own a meter. I just metered the same thing with two different apps, lol. One gave me a 4 second exposure, the other 1/3. I'm afraid to use my phone to meter at night... (Light Meter App and one called Lux).

I'm sure I'll end up with all the cameras I want eventually. It just takes a bit longer as I don't sell anything, haha.

whats this local camera shop? i only know about Midwest and ive only been there for a lens repair. do you soup your own film? i did that so many years ago. first by hand then with a machine (wing-lynch) then no more...




  
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Sep 26, 2019 13:49 |  #2678

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One of the last S80s at DFW, it is being used for de-icing training before going to the desert. Canon EOS630, Tri-X, HC110(b)

I was in the crew van heading to the airport 3 days before the last American Md80 revenue flight. One came right over the van as we were nearing the airport. I thought to myself that I should try to photograph one soon figuring they wouldn't be around for much longer. Little did I know that 3 days later would be the end of them.


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Sep 27, 2019 03:56 |  #2679

Britania757 wrote in post #18933692 (external link)
I was in the crew van heading to the airport 3 days before the last American Md80 revenue flight. One came right over the van as we were nearing the airport. I thought to myself that I should try to photograph one soon figuring they wouldn't be around for much longer. Little did I know that 3 days later would be the end of them.

yea, I work at DFW and that "last flight" came so fast I missed it.

this one will be at the hanger for a while for training the deicing crews

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Sep 27, 2019 17:50 |  #2680

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whats this local camera shop? i only know about Midwest and ive only been there for a lens repair. do you soup your own film? i did that so many years ago. first by hand then with a machine (wing-lynch) then no more...

Camera Exchange in Waterford.
https://www.cameraexc.​com (external link)

Wheres Midwest?

Never developed anything before, but I would like to.

The best Camera store I've been to in Mi is in Grand Rapids. https://www.normancame​ra.com (external link)
I bought a Minolta MD 50mm 1.2 there last time I was in town. I'm actually heading to GR on Sunday for the week, so I'll see what they've got this time.


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Oct 01, 2019 04:16 |  #2681

out and about with the Canon EOS 630 and Delta 100, developed in HC100 (B) Scanned with the Plustek 8200i

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Oct 03, 2019 08:43 |  #2682

I'm not sure why my negatives are coming out so grainy lately. The last 4 rolls of Delta 400 have looked this way. I'm using HC-110b at 20c.


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Oct 05, 2019 11:56 |  #2683

New cam canon a1 in holiday
Sunset with kodak ultramax 400 at 200


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Oct 05, 2019 17:09 |  #2684

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Oct 05, 2019 20:51 |  #2685

I love film. This scene was shot on Canham 5x7 camera with Schneider 240mm lens and Ilford HP400 film most likely. My old high school.


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