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  1. Andysnap

    Andysnap POTY (Film) 2015

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    That's because I do have hair... cheeky madam. :mad::)
     
  2. Woodsy

    Woodsy POTY Winner 2009

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    That's not hair, that's moss. Lazy so'n'so :D

    Specifically, Sphagnales (from a quick google of 'moss' :D)
     
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  3. Strappy

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    FPOTY - Aug17 - Trees
    by Strappy, on Flickr

    My re-entry for this month's FPOTY, disqualified by me on the basis that I didn't remember the rules until after I'd tried to adjust it for flickr's over-sharpening (and I'm pretty sure the overall exposure went up by half a stop). Completely my own fault and if we didn't follow the rules, where would we be?

    I'll tell you. France. :eek:

    Still not happy with it though. Looks so much smoother in Lightroom. :(
     
  4. Andysnap

    Andysnap POTY (Film) 2015

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    Oi, you're a cheeky madam as well young Ms Woodsy. :D
     
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  5. BADGER.BRAD

    BADGER.BRAD

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    I had a similar problem to Andysnap I had to explain to my Grandson who wanted to see the photos that the photos were on a roll inside the camera (a point and press) I left the room for two seconds when I came back in he had opened the camera so he could see them ! A lesson to me to explain things better !
     
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  6. Taimoor

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    Kodak EKTAR 120 Film
    I find it even plesant on overcast/cloudy low light noon!
    FUJI GF670 6x7 Format + Home DEV + Home Scan SP-3000 FUJI PORTRAVC6X9-9.jpg
     
  7. gazmorton2000

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    Went to Iceland again in March this year. As is the norm now, all film, no digital. I need to blog it but going through the photos and finding the right words is proving difficult for me at the moment. :eek:(

    Anyway, here's one from one evening after a long drive to the Snaefelsness Peninsula...

    Leica M2 - Fuji Pro400H

    [​IMG]Snæfellsnes Peninsula
     
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  8. BADGER.BRAD

    BADGER.BRAD

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    Came across this fearsome gentleman whilst out and about in Tamworth Part of the Kings army. Taken using a Jenaflex 35mm camera.(part of a collection inherited from my dad.
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    These seem a little more friendly

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    Sorry for the difference in size !
     
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  9. Nikkorr

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    Fujicolor c200
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    Fujicolor c200
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    Fujicolor c200 shot at 400, pushed in dev
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    Sorry, I can't remember which camera these were taken on.

    Only showing for colour rendition, which I'm quite pleased with for a cheapie film!
     
  10. Robclarke

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    Disused art-deco lift, Ramsgate, Kent. Linhof Technika, Ilford fp4+

    [​IMG]img388 by biotecbob, on Flickr
     
  11. FishyFish

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  12. RaglanSurf

    RaglanSurf Official Forum Idiot 2013 & 2014

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    Like a giant Afro!
     
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  13. Kevin Allan

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  14. Kevin Allan

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    Whilst even a film enthusiast like myself would admit that handheld low-light shots are an area where digital has advantages, Portra 400 didn't do too bad when pushed to 3200 in this case:

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    Ljubljana Cathedral
    by Kevin Allan, on Flickr

    Hand-held for 1/20s in a Fujifilm GA645Zi and home developed in Fuji Hunt C41 chemicals
     
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  15. ChrisR

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    That is absolbloominlutely lovely! Quite possibly the colour isn't accurate but who cares...
     
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  16. Hrímfaxi

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    First roll of film through my OM10, more of a test if anything, but pleased all is working :) I used Fuji Superia 200.

    Excuse the dust, I think that's my scanner if anything!

    Full set posted in the film pictures section, but this Mini Miglia is one of my favourites from the set.

    [​IMG]IMG_0008 by Will Nassif, on Flickr
     
  17. FishyFish

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    Scottish Highlands
    Kodak Ektar 120 Format Film, Fuji 6x9 Negative
    Home Dev & Scanned Frontier SP-3000
    6x7TESTPRO160s.jpg
     
  19. Robclarke

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    A couple of large format (4x5) portraits. Linhof master technika, Ilford FP4+ film, DDX developer.

    [​IMG]img390 by biotecbob, on Flickr

    [​IMG]img389 by biotecbob, on Flickr
     
  20. Andysnap

    Andysnap POTY (Film) 2015

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    These are really nice Rob and something I want to do more of. Can I ask what kind of aperture you are shooting at here?

    Andy
     
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  21. Robclarke

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    Thanks Andy. I was trying out an old Schneider Xenotar 150mm 2.8 lens and I used it wide open at f2.8. It is pretty rare to get lenses this fast for large format.
     
  22. Andysnap

    Andysnap POTY (Film) 2015

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    OK, well you have nailed the focus in both of those mate. I am definitely going to do more LF portraits, they look superb.
     
  23. Mr Badger

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    A few from a local vintage tractor ploughing match taken with a Canon EOS 3 and Canon 75-300 IS Mk1 zoom on Kodak Ektar 100:

    [​IMG]img419a by J White, on Flickr


    [​IMG]img448a by J White, on Flickr


    [​IMG]img443a by J White, on Flickr
     
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  24. Robclarke

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    Yes you should definitely do some more. I find it quite a lot more involved than using smaller formats but when it works out it is quite satisfying. Of course you do have to get your subjects to pose for a bit longer. I do think there is something nice about the range of tones you get from the larger negatives.
     
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  25. Mr Badger

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    One from Astle Park Traction Engine Rally last August, taken with a Canon EOS-3 and 24-105 L on Kodak Ektar 100:

    [​IMG]img452a by J White, on Flickr
     
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  26. FishyFish

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    Those are great. (y)
     
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  27. Mr Badger

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    Thanks, there's something about September sunshine that I like, and it was a pretty perfect day weather and light wise.
     
  28. FishyFish

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    Kevin Allan

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    That's lovely, Kevin - the haze in the background is so atmospheric! As a technical question, what length lens did you use to shoot this? I'm guessing longer?
     
  32. Kevin Allan

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    The fuji ga645zi has a very short zoom of about 35-55mm equivalent. I probably used the 55 end and this is cropped to about two-thirds of the original
     
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  33. mothdust

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    Interesting! Thanks very much - I'm trying to improve on the depth of my landscape photos (I usually err on the side of really wide) and it's nice to see the theory in practice!
     
  34. srichards

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    FishyFish

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  36. Threeracers

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  37. Mr Badger

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    Astle Park again. Canon EOS-3, 24-105L, Kodak Ektar.

    [​IMG]img498a by J White, on Flickr
     
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  38. swisscheese

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    A couple from Cornwall over the Summer - Konica Auto S2 - Fomapan 100

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  39. mdjchat

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    I particularly like the 2nd coastal landscape! Fomapan 100 has been making an appearance on my Instagram feed lately and I have been, and continue to be, impressed with the results that people are getting with it. I hadn't really considered it before but now I will have to try some.
     
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