Pentax P30T, Rikenon 50mm f/2 & Portra 160.
FILM - Lamps by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
Gorgeous shot, Nige - Portra has added a great tone to the lamp colours, and great eye for the framing too - I really like it!
Thanks Charlotte. I'd not intended it to have the jaunty angle when I took it, but when I saw the scan I liked it better that way than if I straightened it.
My first shots on Polypan F, a short (7.5m) bulk roll of film I picked up off ebay last year. It's 50 ISO and says to treat it like Pan F on the label. These are just grab shots taken on a short cut-off strip when I was testing my Rodinal yesterday (as documented in the 101 ways to ruin a film thread); this was the control strip that I developed in HC-110(B) for 9m 30s.
I've read that this is apparently a cinefilm or cinefilm-copy stock with little to no anti-halation layer. I don't know enough about that to say whether it's what's responsible for the rather attractive bloom effect, almost IR-like on the trees in the second shot despite it being overcast and raining when I took them. The last shot had to be tweaked back 1.67 stops in Lightroom to recover the detail but I still can't help but be pleased with it. There's more grain than in other 50 ISO films but it's light and unintrusive and despite being slightly thin stock, the film's straightforward to scan.
F100PolypanFTest-1 by Strappy, on Flickr
F100PolypanFTest-2 by Strappy, on Flickr
F100PolypanFTest-3 by Strappy, on Flickr
Have been enjoying film again this summer, mostly with an Olympus Trip 35
Mostly Jazz Festival, Birmingham. Olympus Trip 35, Fuji Superia 400. Test roll after getting the camera, and light seals now fixed. Although I quite like the effect on the robot
Robot, Mostly Jazz Festival 2017 by Stephen Sanders, on Flickr
Helter Skelter in Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham on a very rare August day with blue skies. Trip 35, Portra 400
Helter Skelter by Stephen Sanders, on Flickr
My Uncle's dog, Fred. Trip 35, Portra 400
Fred by Stephen Sanders, on Flickr
The light leak really works on the robot. It looks like it's just dropped out of orbit or is about to unleash some sort of heat ray.
Beam me up, Scotty!
First 'new' one in a long time.
Rollei 35B - Portra 160NC
I think this was bath, sometime in 2015. Or actually, Roath Park, Cardiff.
A few more from the above film. These were shot between 2014-2017 (Took a while!)
All on Rollei 35B Portra 160NC
Roath Park, Cardiff
Another from Slovenia; Fujifilm GA645Zi and Portra 400
Castle chairs by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
Getting back into shooting more film after a few busy months doing other things. Took the 500cm to the New Forest with some friends when we went camping at the weekend.
This is my friends dog, Roxie. The most attention seeking dog in the world. If she's in her bed, you only have to accidentally make eye contact with her for half a second, and she'll take it as an invitation to come over and demand a fuss.
Roxie by Carl Hall, on Flickr
Roxie by Carl Hall, on Flickr
Pentax P30T, Rikenon 50mm f/2 & Portra 160.
A bit of street art.
FILM - Camden graffiti by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - Lips by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - I have always seen the forever in us by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
Intrepid 4*5 and TMax 100:
The cobweb corner by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
It's a pity I didn't take this before the current NOFC subject. It would've made a nice entry, pehaps.
Pentax P30T, Rikenon 50mm f/2 * Portra 160.
FILM - Station music by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
Pentax 67, Rollei RPX 400
Green Bridge Of Wales by Scott, on Flickr
A few from St. Pancras with my Pentax P30T, Rikenon 50mm f/2 & Portra 160.
FILM - Up and down to the Underground by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - Sir John Betjeman by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - In the eyes of the beholder by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - Underground by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
First film dev'd in a few years, Studinal and Illford Fixer have kept well considering they've been open at least three years.
Legacy Pro 400 (Neopan 400) - Will upload some shots one its dried (if there's anything worth showing!)
First half shot with my Canon EF in 2012(!) and the last 17 frames on my Voigtlander Vito BL today to finish it off.
Intrepid 4x5 and TMax 100 at Lanercost Priory:
Tomb detail at Lanercost Priory by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
Some of the shots takes yesterday on the Voigtlander Vito BL - still scanning the rest..
Neopan 400 in Studional
IM IN THE DEAL
At the seaside.
Nikon F70, Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 AF-D & Kodak Colorplus 200.
FILM - At the seaside by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - Pennywise lives by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - The Mablethorpe Onion by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
That's a glorious onion!
Unfortunately it smelt like wee inside.
Tommy Henderson's Last Fight.
Tommy-Henderson1-sepia by Andy, on Flickr
Wista Field, Nikkor 180mm f5.6, Fuji 160NS
Perhaps it used to be a phone box?
Olympus XA + Kodak Gold 200
Dev and scan by local snappy snaps
r001-018 by Oleksii Novikov (featuring his finger), on Flickr
r001-014 by Oleksii Novikov, on Flickr
r001-013 by Oleksii Novikov, on Flickr
r001-007 by Oleksii Novikov, on Flickr
r001-003 by Oleksii Novikov, on Flickr
r001-033 by Oleksii Novikov, on Flickr
Untitled-33 by Nikkorrr, on Flickr
Untitled-31 by Nikkorrr, on Flickr
@Nikkorr Colours are lush on those, C200 looks pretty nice !
Thanks! I guess sometimes when the light is right, the colours come punching through even on old c200, no post processing done at all, it's just what the film captured.
Yashica Mat 124 G & Ektar (converted to B&W in Lightroom). The last one is cropped to 6x7 format to get rid of some bright highlights at the top of the frame.
FILM - Rowan tree by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - Little wooden bridge by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - The root of the problem by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
A few more from the same roll...
FILM - Fading heather by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - Walking through Longshaw by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - Twist by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
A little bit of Welsh loveliness. The view from Porthmadog on a Mamiya C330f, 180mm lens and Kodak Ektar 100, 3 shots stitched in PS11.
Porthmadog-Pano by Andy, on Flickr
I made a panorama the other day (two frames from the Yashica Mat 124 G), inspired partly by the one's you've posted Andy. I'm not sure mine's all that good though. I think I was more interested in getting the pano than taking care that the composition was interesting and as a result I think mine feels a bit flat (the scene was much nicer in person!). The light wasn't the best either, and it would have looked better with a more interesting sky I think. Onwards and upwards though! Anway, here it is:
FILM - Towards Higger Tor by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
EDIT: Some buggering about in Lightroom has produced a more impactful result:
FILM - Towards Higger Tor (B&W conversion) by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
A bit of black and white conversion and general tinkering. Welsh Highland Railway, Porthmadog.
I'm really rather pleased with this one especially as 30 seconds earlier we were standing in what can only be described as a biblical rain/hail storm, out in the open with only thin waterproof coats, trying desperately to keep both cameras and ourselves from drowning/blowing away.
WHR2 by Andy, on Flickr
Mamiya C330f, Mamiya-Sekor 180mm lens on Portra 160NS converted in PS11.
Land Rover 1968 Model, Asking Price 70,000 Pounds!
Came across Huddersfield Land Rover Manager taking Pictures of this Lovely Jeep!
Pentax 67ii + 105mm F/2.4
Kodak EKTAR 120 Film DIY DEVELOPED & SCANNED FRONTIER SP3000
You're digging out some very nice shots Andy, if I were being picky I'd like to see a fraction more light on the drivers/engineers face (if it doesn't get too noisy) and I'm not to keen on your chosen font, but that's being unnecessarily picky.
That's really special Andy. You've posted some really great stuff lately but this one is my favourite. Needs printing and framing
A gee-gee in the New Forest
Hasselblad 500cm with Fuji Pro 400H. D&S by Filmdev.
New Forest Horse by Carl Hall, on Flickr
In my bridge entry thought of doing something different like some adverts on tv...but it must take hours to get it looking right and using a mouse doesn't help, anyway my first attempt:-