That's because I do have hair... cheeky madam.
That's not hair, that's moss. Lazy so'n'so
Specifically, Sphagnales (from a quick google of 'moss' )
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.
Still not happy with it though. Looks so much smoother in Lightroom.
Oi, you're a cheeky madam as well young Ms Woodsy.
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 !
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
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. (
Anyway, here's one from one evening after a long drive to the Snaefelsness Peninsula...
Leica M2 - Fuji Pro400H
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.
These seem a little more friendly
Sorry for the difference in size !
Fujicolor c200 shot at 400, pushed in dev
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!
Disused art-deco lift, Ramsgate, Kent. Linhof Technika, Ilford fp4+
img388 by biotecbob, on Flickr
Yashica Mat 124 G & Fuji Acros 100 (expired 2014).
FILM - Moored by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
Like a giant Afro!
Practicing swing movements with an Intrepid 4*5 camera in Hexham Abbey:
Hexham Abbey #3 by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
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:
Ljubljana Cathedral by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
Hand-held for 1/20s in a Fujifilm GA645Zi and home developed in Fuji Hunt C41 chemicals
That is absolbloominlutely lovely! Quite possibly the colour isn't accurate but who cares...
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_0008 by Will Nassif, on Flickr
Barton Haven and the Humber Bridge.
Yashica Mat 124 G & Acros 100 (expired 2014).
FILM - Barton Haven by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
Kodak Ektar 120 Format Film, Fuji 6x9 Negative
Home Dev & Scanned Frontier SP-3000
A couple of large format (4x5) portraits. Linhof master technika, Ilford FP4+ film, DDX developer.
img390 by biotecbob, on Flickr
img389 by biotecbob, on Flickr
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?
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.
OK, well you have nailed the focus in both of those mate. I am definitely going to do more LF portraits, they look superb.
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:
img419a by J White, on Flickr
img448a by J White, on Flickr
img443a by J White, on Flickr
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.
One from Astle Park Traction Engine Rally last August, taken with a Canon EOS-3 and 24-105 L on Kodak Ektar 100:
img452a by J White, on Flickr
Those are great.
Thanks, there's something about September sunshine that I like, and it was a pretty perfect day weather and light wise.
Yashica Mat 124 G & Ilford FP4+.
FILM - Beside the estuary by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - Water's edge-2 by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
A couple more from Astle Park Traction Engine Rally.
img464a by J White, on Flickr
img475a by J White, on Flickr
Fujifilm GA645Zi and Portra 400:
Off to town by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
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?
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
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!
Witley court in that sunny/threatening rain sort of light that those renaissance painters were always buggering about in.
Witley Court by Suzy Richards, on Flickr
Ektar and the Yashica.
Staffordshire Moorlands by Suzy Richards, on Flickr
Beeston Castle & Environs by Suzy Richards, on Flickr
Had a quick trip up to Magpie Mine to finish the roll after doing Haddon Hall. Bit overcast and rubbish sadly.
Magpie Mine by Suzy Richards, on Flickr
Pentax P30T, Rikenon 50mm f/2 & Portra 160.
FILM - Leatherwork by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - Joe's by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
A little bit of PanF;
img006 tp copy by Threeracers on Talk Photography
Astle Park again. Canon EOS-3, 24-105L, Kodak Ektar.
img498a by J White, on Flickr
A couple from Cornwall over the Summer - Konica Auto S2 - Fomapan 100
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.
HP5, not prefect exposure but just liked the shot
img009 copy by Threeracers on Talk Photography