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  1. Jao

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    Final roll of holiday snaps, Santiago Calatrava meets Rogério Timóteo!

    Voigtlander Bessa L, 15mm Heliar Aspherical. Kodak Portra 800 rated at 400 ASA

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  2. Kevin Allan

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    I finally got round to finishing a roll of Ektar which included this one from last December:

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    RZ67 with 110mm lens and forward tilt using the Mamiya NI701 Tilt/Shift Adapter, home developed
     
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  3. niko

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    finaly i got to use this, a few from the lovely little r3a and 40mm Voigtlander, on porta 400 exposed @200


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  4. niko

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    and a couple more just to bore you all silly, these are a little random but i liked them for some reson

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  5. FishyFish

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  8. niko

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    thank you very much, i really enjoyed using the r3a- i just need to get better with it.
    its a lovely bit of the town (look forward to your pics!) its such a shame the old hotel burnt down, that's life i guess.
     
  9. gazmorton2000

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    Just had a roll developed from February 2017.

    Fuji Pro400H

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    We had a few hours in Betws-Y-Coed today and I took along my new Instax Mini 70 to give it a test.

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    [​IMG]Instax Mini 70 by Steve Lloyd, on Flickr

    It's never going to be my first choice for ultra-sharp portraits but there's definitely something cool about instant results :0)
     
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  12. Andysnap

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    'Ere 'ang on, Betws-y-Coed isn't by the sea.....:thinking:
     
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    A bit of LF, Wista 45 Field, Nikon 180mm f5.6 on Portra 160NS.

    [​IMG]Lily1 by Andy, on Flickr
     
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    I knew I couldn't fool you Mr Snap ;0). That was taken on the way to Betwys-Y-Coed at Porth Eirias. This was at Betwys-Y-Coed

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    Never been to Porth eirias. Is there much there?

    Just realised it's basically colwyn bay after googling it...
     
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    Yup, it's pretty much Colwyn Bay's front porch :0). There was a nice restaurant/beach/play area. We fell over it by accident and stopped for a picnic.
     
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    This was the first roll for a while that I would have to describe as largely a disapointment.

    These threeish are sort of okish

    Meh

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    Yeah defo not your usual standard Simon:exit:, not that I mind as any slackness in quality by you means that my efforts have a chance of looking half decent:confused::p:D:D
     
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    Really like this set, great gritty monochrome with the second image as the real winner for me, very nice work.
     
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    Thanks Adrian.

    I'm quite please with how the Fomapan 100 (shots 2 & 3 of that set) has worked out. I was a little apprehensive about it, but the results are pretty nice.
     
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    Tram detail at the North East Land, Sea, and Air Museum.
    RZ67 and Ektar:

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  23. FishyFish

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    A few more from my "overuse of tilt" series.

    If you look very closely at the part of the ridge that is in focus in the first photograph, you'll see two very small hikers. The second photo features some very small seagulls.

    I'm going to need to find a new gimmick soon...

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  26. Asha

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    I have a Hoya Multi Vision filter that is yours if you want it......iirc it gives one image in the middle of the frame and several others of the same image around the circumfrance.

    It's a 55mm thread so depending what lens diameter you have you may need to step up or more probably down ( and tolerate vignetting0

    Anyway it's gimmicky :D
     
  27. Dork Knight

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    Love the first shot there RJ.
     
  28. skysh4rk

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    Well, my lens is a 49mm thread, so it sounds like I could move on to my next trick by just picking up a step-up ring. :)


    Thanks!
     
  29. FishyFish

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  30. gazmorton2000

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    I had a great shoot last week with Lily. Hopefully we made some good stuff on the new camera. Rolls to be sent away soon.

    I do love a Polaroid though and seeing I found a way to scan without Newton rings, here's one from that shoot! It means we lose some frame though. :(

    SX-70 + Impossible Gen 3.0

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  31. mothdust

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    Lovely lighting, Gaz, and a beautiful model!
     
  32. gazmorton2000

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    Thank you. Hope the film scans come out ok!

    First shoot with a new camera since selling the Hasselblad and Leica.
     
  33. FishyFish

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    A couple more from the Oly Superzoom 105 G / Fomapan 100, plus one from the Lubitel 166 U / expired Portra 160 that I took a few months back. I think the reason I didn't post this before is because I slightly chopped the guys feet off at the bottom of the frame which I felt let the pic down a bit. I guess my standards have now slipped enough to let it pass. :D.

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    FILM - Passing the Fat Cat
    by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
     
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    Yashica FX-D Quartz + Yashica ML 35mm f/2.8 + Fujifilm Superia X-Tra 800 (expired 2006) + Kodak D-76

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    QFT :plus1:
     
  39. ChrisR

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    That Bergger Pancro ain't 'alf bad, either!
     
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