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  1. windrunner

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    Yashicamat 124G with Rollei B1 close up kit lens fitted using long expired Ilford HP5

    [​IMG]Bullyboy by Michael Carver, on Flickr
     
  2. ndwgolf

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    A few 8X10 taken this morning
    Ilford HP5+
    Developed in D76
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  3. FishyFish

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    Olympus OM-1, HP5+ and a Hoya 25-42mm zoom lens that came with the camera when I bought it. The lens in nowhere near as sharp as the F Zuiko 50mm I have, so I think I might sell it on and look at getting a 28mm prime instead.

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    FILM - Cafe culture
    by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
     
  4. pentaxpete

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    Old Brentwood Buildings at Full Aperture on my 80mm f2.8 CFE Planar T* -- sometimes I have been disappointed with the full aperture performance of this lens but here i could see all the small detail under a x6 magnifier.
    Old Bwd Buildings.jpg
     
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    Pixel peeping with film!
     
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    Great picture Michael..:)

    What's the sketch with this close up lens, could it not have been shot without it ?
     
  7. Taimoor

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    Finally some sunlight,
    Provia 100F DIY DEV & SCAN!
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    Finally some sunlight,
    Provia 100F DIY DEV & SCAN! CNV000005.jpg CNV000003.jpg CNV000002.jpg CNV000001.jpg
    Finally some sunlight,
    Provia 100F DIY DEV & SCAN!
    Fuji 690III
    Kirklees West Yorkshire
     
  9. ndwgolf

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    Twin towers KL
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  11. windrunner

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    - Yeah, its essentially a macro attachment that allows me to get a much closer focusing distance and therefore narrows the depth of field.
     
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    Great set, @FishyFish - I really like the close-up of the glasses.
     
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  13. mothdust

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    I've never thought to use those close-up filters for portraits, but I'm definitely going to try now. Really lovely portrait.
     
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    @ndwgolf

    Loving these big negs Neil. Wonderful subjects well seen and taken.
     
  15. FishyFish

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    I went to a classic car show at the weekend and shot three rolls of film (1 x Ektar & 1 x Portra 400 in 120, and a roll of Ilford Pan F 50 in 135). I've put the rest of the medium format shots in a seperate thread in the Film folder, but this one didn't have any cars in it, so here it is. :)

    Yashica Mat 124 G and slightly expired Portra 400.

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    FILM - Father's day
    by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
     
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    Sometimes, the images I like best are the ones that nobody else likes. This may be one of those.

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    Chaos sticks
    by Kevin Allan, on Flickr

    Fujifilm GA645Zi and expired Tri-X
     
  18. Taimoor

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    Dowry Reservoir , Kirklees
    Xpan 45mm + Provia 100F Out dated (2006)
    DIY DEV + DIY SP3000 Scan
     
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    Xpan in panorama.
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    Chamonix 8x10 with HP5+
    Developed in LC29
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    1 min 15 seconds
    1 full stop bellows factor
    Scanned with Epson V850
    Waiting for a slot in the darkroom, hopefully over the weekend :) :) :)
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    Tonight I processed my first two large format images from the Intrepid 4*5 camera. I have an issue with light leaks as my dark slides have a dark-slide auto-lock mechanism which is supposed to get depressed when the holder is inserted into the camera, but it doesn't work on my camera. So I will have to get some different film holders but I'm fairly pleased I've been able to negotiate some unfamiliar processes and produce something useable.

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    Fat ones and thin ones, stripy ones and plain ones
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    The film was T-Max 100 developed in HC110.
    Toning and vignetting were added in Lightroom - my enlarger only goes up to 6*7 so I won't be darkroom printing large format negatives just yet.
     
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  25. ndwgolf

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    This is my faveriout 8x10 picture so far. Yesterday morning while out riding on my mountain bike, I accidentally came across this small track, my gut felling was to go and explore it, but my head was saying forget it Neil, stick to what you already know. Anyway as usual my stubborn head kicked in and off I popped into the unknown............ with s*** like, how the f@ck am I going to explain this to Nuk, if I come off (you know what Im talking about).



    Anyways off I popped and about 5 minutes into the ride I went past these big trees on my left and then some more on my right and I guess my photography insect kicked in and I stopped and thought "That might make a picture". So later after I got home I told Nuk about my adventures in the morning on the bike and automatically her instincts kicked and she started getting onto me about my age my stupidity etc etc (should have kept my mouth shut [​IMG]



    Anyway after lunch, me and Nuk went to check the place out, Nuk carrying the tripod and me with the Chamonix. When we arrived at the spot that I saw in the morning (it was still there) I started to get sup up and Nuk started bitching about the mosquitos and the heat. As often as I can I keep her on my left side as that is deaf from 37 years of Oil Field abuse. I continued to set up the camera. The weather was so so, but once I got the competition that I was looking for I went ahead and loaded the film, at the same time the sun decided to pop its butifun head out and gave me some nice light.



    I took three pictures. The one below is my favouiout. The other two had one with Nuk in it and one with me in it............I might post them later, but for now enjoy what I feel is my best 8x10 up to now as it has meaning to me, it was something that I saw and though, that could be nice.



    There is very little PP in this, it actually took me longer to do the frame than the PP.



    This afternoon I am going to shoot some birds with a birding friend of mine, tomorrow I will try and make a contact print of this.

    Frim Nature Trail
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  26. ABTog

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    A just a shot from the Pentax Spotmatic with 55mm lens, Agfa Colour 200
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    Perch by Alistair Beavis, on Flickr
     
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    The gamekeepers lodge
    Chamonix 8x10 HP5+
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  30. FishyFish

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  31. Andysnap

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    A small selection from last weekend in the Lakes.

    Voigtlander R4a, Nokton 35mm f1.4 on Kodak Ektar 100.
    The Cumberland County Show, it was very warm indeed.
    [​IMG]Led-By-The-Nose by Andy, on Flickr
    [​IMG]Freisan by Andy, on Flickr

    Rolleiflex on Ektar
    A couple of stitched shots at Haweswater
    [​IMG]Speaking-Crag by Andy, on Flickr
    Looking toward Helvellyn
    [​IMG]Helvellyn by Andy, on Flickr
     
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