Altea old town Rolleiflex SL35E Nikkor 28mm 200Asa slide film.
Nikkor 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6
FILM - Monday to Friday 9am by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - Gas-lamps by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - Outside Atom Brewing by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
A Fiat Amigo! I hired one of these to visit friends in London when I was living in Birmingham in 1980, since I was toying with the idea of buying one. Suffice to say that never happened!
Accidentally shot on Agfa Ortho weird decades out of date stuff. I thought I had loaded the camera with Kodalith, (pretty weird sh*t in itself) and shot accordingly, duh. Then hadn't a clue how I was going to develop it so just dev'd it as I would the Kodalith in FX-39. Negs a bit thin and loads of black blobs, I think that the blobs are the film though, I got them the last time I used some of the roll. Contax 159MM Zeiss 35mm f/2.8
Agfa Ortho by Alastair Lampard, on Flickr
Double exposure mishap whilst at Marbury the other week. Quite like it though. More (proper ones) here.
Double Exposure by Ian, on Flickr
Canon Sure Shot Telemax
FILM - Walkie Talkie by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
.......Rolleiflex SL35E - my first SLR; great lens (assuming Rollei 1.8 Planar?) How long have you had the camera?
I used a Nikkor 28mm on this photograph,but, I have a 50mm, 28mm and 70-210mm all Rolleinar and all very good. I have had the outfit for about eight years and like it very much.
Do what? How d'ya do that? I also had a new SL35E back in the day (1980's) but it quickly died and so did the next one! Got a worker now, good with the Planar and M42 lenses with the Voigtlander adapter, but I didn't know you could stuff Nikon glass on there too?
Knowing Rich, he's probably got it taped on with Gaffer tape
You know me so well and I think I used your gaffer tape.
My bad,it was my Rolleinar 28mm, just checked back on the files.
Nikkor 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6
FILM - Towards The Deep by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - Minerva by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
FILM - Spurn Lightship by fishyfish_arcade, on Flickr
Damn! Though I was wondering why I would stick a Nikkor on me Rollei when I have a pile of perfectly good Nikon bodies. Just wanted to try. Gaffer tape it is then!
My first time using a flash with a MF camera, it could be better but it could be worse too...
This one was done pointing the flash to the roof and a little to the back
And this one with the flash pointing to the subject from the top of the camera
Camera: KIEV 60 + Arsat C 80mm f/2.8
Flash: Braun 2000 / 320BVC
Film: Ilford FP4 Plus 125
Developer: Kodak XTOL (stock)
Well to get light all around thought guys used a home made\or bought light tent..maybe a very large white cardboard box would do.
I'm starting to scan the film shots from a trip to Scotland last week. These are both on Velvia 100 in a Fufifilm GA645Zi, home developed in the Tetenal E6 kit.
Shed in Glen Orchy by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
Hut in Glen Orchy by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
First test scan using my new (to me) Plustek 7200. I've had to use Silverfast that came with it (v6) as the scanner doesn't work with OSX so I've got it running on a Windows XP vm on my Mac.
Plustek 7200 - Test Scan by Steve Lloyd, on Flickr
Shot with my Olympus OM1 with 35mm 2.8 in Fuerteventura. Considering the Velvia was expired at some point and with unknown origin (came in box of other film) I'm happy with the colour. Basic 3200DPI TIF scan from the Plustek then tweaked a little in Lightroom.
And a B&W test shot. Kosmo Mono 100 with a Leica CL/Voigtlander 35mm 1.4
Plustek 7200 Test Scan - Kosmo Mono by Steve Lloyd, on Flickr
This film is very contrasty so I'll have to make sure I watch the highlights!
Ilford HP5 through the Canon Sureshot Supreme at the Black Country Museum last week. Just got the scans back from FilmDev.
CSS02_BCM_101 by Dave Young, on Flickr
BCM_October_108 by Dave Young, on Flickr
CSS02_BCM_104 by Dave Young, on Flickr
CSS02_BCM_108 by Dave Young, on Flickr
Flippin 'eck Dave they're pretty darned good for a p&s
Av you been getting help from that there @simon ess by any chance as he can get similar results out of kit that cost coppers.
Ha! Thanks @Asha the battery cost me more than the camera I like it though for popping in a pocket.
Looking good Steve; nice quality from 35mm TBH
Great shots from a bargain camera. The sharpening looks pretty aggressive (to my eyes) in all except the 108 shot of the old bus, which seems spot on.
I used to get a bit enthusiastic with the sharpening but decided a while ago that the correct amount of sharpening for film is none, not at scanning or in post.
Two shots from Glen Etive last week. Fuji GA645Zi and Velvia 100, developed in the Tetenal E6 kit.
The famous Glen Etive shed. by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
Worse for wear by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
Thanks Fraser. I do like a nice roll of slide film
Hope you're taking care of my OM4
I've got another roll of Kosmo loaded in it and with me today
Rannoch Moor with the Intrepid 4x5, 150mm lens, and TMax 100:
Lochan na h-Achlaise on Rannoch Moor by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
Not a very original composition I know, but after 5 days of rain and some mishaps with the large format (like exposing the same side of a DDS twice and dropping my loupe in a river) I was just glad to be out in the sunshine and getting some fault-free images.
Told you those Sureshot Supremes were OK, didn't I?!
Especially for £2.95
Fuji GA645Zi and Velvia 100:
Loch Awe on a wet and wild day by Kevin Allan, on Flickr
Dubrovnik old town harbour
oly xa with porta 400
000034250026 by nik-o 2012, on Flickr
The Roman Amphitheatere underneath the Guildhall in London.
Rolleiflex Automat on Ektar.
Roman Amphiteatre London Sept 2018 by Andy, on Flickr
Nonsense that's a still from a cheap b movie!
Sadly it was too dark to see any of the remaining walls so I went all arty on it. It is quite amazing, apparently at its height it could hold 18,000 people when London had a population of about 26-30,000.
I'm more impressed by how good the Romans' CGI was, and the fact it's still working after all these years. No wonder they got such big crowds there!
Super shot Andy. Really nice.