1. gunnar

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    I think I messed up focusing. I don't yet have 6x6 inserts so it difficult to keep film flat stable
     
  2. stevelmx5

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    You need a Pixl-Latr

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    Is that one of your inventions, Steve? Does it work with a strip film as well?
     
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    I designed it with Hamish Gill (35mmc.com). He's launching a Kickstarter for it later next week. It holds 35mm, 120 or 4x5 with drop in dividers to hold the film flat.
     
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  6. gunnar

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    Rolleiflex T
    Velvia 100
    Dev by AG
    Digitised with Sony A7 II


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  7. gunnar

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    Rolleiflex T
    Fomapan 200
    Dev by AG
    Digitised with Sony A7 II

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  8. Ste_S

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    Colours on this are amazing, who needs E6 ? Superb set of photos
     
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  9. dmb

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    Took the Baldamatic out for a test - This old boat was somewhat aground.
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    As this is on the River Dane in Congleton I'm not sure how it got there, even the Vikings had to walk to get there.
     
  10. PeterSpencer

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    The rejects from the castle thread...
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    Olympus PEN EE3, probably, most likely Kodachrome 200. The film really suited the camera. Not too fast, although fast enough, but not too slow. So the red flag didn't come up very often. It's Chateau de Vitre, in Brittany., Should be an acute 'e' I think.
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    Minolta SLR with Pentax stereo adapter, one of a stereo pair. This is a mock castle, somewhere in Yorkshire, don't remember where thugh.

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    Look at this^ and despair! Taken with a 30mm Lydith on a Zenit. When I scanned it, many years later, I used an early version of Photoshop to process it. Bizarre!
    Unfortunately, time is too short to revisit these early scans to fix them. properly. It's in Scotland near Elgin but I'm no longer able to remember where, specifically. 1970+.
     
  11. gazmorton2000

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    Thank you very much. :)
     
  12. Taimoor

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    Kodak Ektacolor Gold II 120 Format Film, Perhaps rare now! Outdated 1995
    Hasselblad H1 + 80mm F/2.8
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  13. Robclarke

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    This was from a recent visit to Cornwall. Linhof Master Technika 4x5, 80mm lens, Ilford HP5+.

    [​IMG]img424 by biotecbob, on Flickr
     
  14. gazmorton2000

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    Looks like my new compact works then.

    Expired Portra 160

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  15. Woodsy

    Woodsy POTY Winner 2009

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    So this evening in Cornwall was a bit awesome! Following some shoddy weather this morning, the weather improved and some huge waves rolled in after the front. I shot 8 rolls on the 645 with the 105-210mm. 8 rolls!!!! That’s about a lifetimes worth for me! I should point out that the waves were at least 20 feet tall, sometimes pushing to at least 25 feet. Pretty scary at times!

    Anyways, here’s a link to Flickr of an iPhone shot, as a taster, as the rolls (obviously) are not sent off yet :) sorry for naff link, Flickr on mobile is the height of poor effort in terms of functionality!

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/woodsy2k/41902584535/in/photostream
     
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  16. Mr Badger

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    8 rolls of what though? Or will you keep us in suspense until the results come back? :)
     
  17. Woodsy

    Woodsy POTY Winner 2009

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    It was a mixture tbh. I shot 1 roll of ektar 100, 3 rolls of provia 100f, and the rest was portra 160 and 400, all 120 :)
     
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  18. Mr Badger

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    Best of luck, I hope you got some good ones and look forward to seeing some of them on the forum. It'll be interesting to see which film/s gave the best results too. (y)
     
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    Wow, that's probably more than I've shot in the last 2 years!
     
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  20. Andysnap

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    Jammy git, flat calm the whole week we were there.
     
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    I look forward to seeing the results Jonathan.(y)
     
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    As indeed do I. I followed the link, and browsed a little on your photostream. Very impressive, and perhaps I should look at flickr again.

    The nearest I've got to 8 rolls at a time would probably be the five or six sheets of FP4 exposed in Glen Nevis when low clouds were rolling across the road against the backdrop of the hills.
     
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    Really looking forward to seeing your film shots Woodsy.
     
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  24. Woodsy

    Woodsy POTY Winner 2009

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    Many thanks chap :)

    Might want to wait a bit for Flickr and see how things go; they’ve just been acquired by smug mug, who I personally think are A) the wrong fit for what Flickr is, and B) a bit pants in general anyway.
     
  25. srichards

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    Finally got something to put in here! Had a roll in the voigtlander since November last year and shot sod all until about April. Wanged around Shugborough with the P & S 120 beast.

    Shugborough. It was a crap day again. It always rains when I go and then clears up as soon as I go back to the car to leave!

    [​IMG]Shugborough Estate on an overcast day. by Suzy Richards, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Shugborough Estate on an overcast day. by Suzy Richards, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Shugborough Estate on an overcast day. by Suzy Richards, on Flickr

    Have visited a few NT places and others. Weather much better though.


    [​IMG]Various gardens/castles/estates with the Voigtlander by Suzy Richards, on Flickr


    [​IMG]Various gardens/castles/estates with the Voigtlander by Suzy Richards, on Flickr

    Stokesay

    [​IMG]Various gardens/castles/estates with the Voigtlander by Suzy Richards, on Flickr
     
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    sirch Official Forum Numpty 2015

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    Ektar 100, EOS 5, 600mm Tamron

    [​IMG]Gulls by Chris H, on Flickr
     
  28. Kevin Allan

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    On Ben Ledi in the Trossachs:

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    On Ben Ledi
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    Fujifilm GA645Zi and Portra 400 developed in the Fuji Hunt Xpress C41 kit.
     
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    What I did on my birthday in 2016:

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    Fuji Acros in an Ondu Multi-format pinhole camera, set to 6*6
     
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  30. raathistle

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    Really like that Rob, cracking shot and well seen :)
     
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    Andysnap POTY (Film) 2015

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    The road to the Highlands...

    I don't remember exactly where this was shot but it was on our 12 day drive through the highlands and Outer Hebrides in March. We didn't see much mist unfortunately. After the first morning and full day, they clouds lifted and gave way to blue skies for almost the entire trip.

    Pentax 67ii & Kodak Ektar 100

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    That is lovely, Gareth, great light despite the misty clouds.
     
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    Simple but beautiful. The mist and cloud makes it for me.
     
  36. gazmorton2000

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    Thank you, both. :)
     
  37. SlimShaney

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    River Douro viewed from Jardins do Palácio de Cristal, Porto
    Mamiya C330S Pro TLR & Mamiya Sekor f/4.5 55mm lens
    Ilford HP5 Plus B/W 120 format film

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  38. SlimShaney

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    Jardins do Palácio de Cristal, Porto
    Mamiya C330S Pro TLR & Mamiya Sekor f/4.5 55mm lens
    Ilford HP5 Plus B/W 120 format film

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  39. SlimShaney

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    ‘Capoeira’
    Ribeira district, Porto.
    Mamiya C330S Pro TLR & Mamiya Sekor f/4.5 55mm lens
    Ilford HP5 Plus film stock

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  40. gazmorton2000

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    Me again. :D

    Seem to be going through my travel images more and sharing them either here or on my Instagram feed. If I ever get a website again, I should blog some of these travels I guess. Will help whilst saving up for the next one.

    Anyways, this is from my solo California road trip. A little town called Guadalupe that I passed through along the way.

    Contax 645 + Ektar 100 (Some flare for good measure, and yes it was intentional).

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