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Rolleiflex SL66, 80mm Zeiss Planar, Portra 400

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re SL66 Well a few years ago had a clear out of prints and negs that were boring and of no use for today or the future, so I have nothing of the SL66 lens reversed, but have a close up of a frog with the 80mm planar:-
The colours might not be true to life but I like it the way it is and the print looks like this....and IIRC scanned the print.
 
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Sometimes accidental double exposures are interesting. Slightly malfunctioning Contax 137 Quartz MD with Zeiss Planar T 50mm
on Kodacolor 200 - Biddulph Grange Geological Gallery.

 

Asha

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Every time I think 'I should sell my Pentax 67, it's such a big lump to carry about all day' I end up developing a roll from the backlog and I'm reminded why I put up with the weight instead of chucking it all in and going full digi. It's a superb 6x7 system.

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Can relate very well to what you’re saying as lugging LF kit all day and sometimes not taking a shot can make me wonder is it all worth it but if I look at the A3 prints that I’ve got from 5x4 negs, I realise that I’d never forgive myself if I was to give it up.
 
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I finally got around to shooting a roll of the Eastman Double-X that I received from my Secret Santa last Christmas. When I saw the negs I was initially fearful that the contrast was so high that I'd have loads of blown highlights and crushed blacks, but that wasn't the case when I started scanning (although it is very contrasty). I quite like the look though and didn't do much post processing at all to get them looking how I like my pictures to. You also get halos as a result of the anti-halation layer being removed (as this is a cinema film) - although it's only in this shot with its bright specular highlights that I've really noticed them. This is also one of the most contrasty shots of the roll, being a shadowy car interior with bright sunlight outside.

I still have another roll left to shoot too. :)

Nikon F80
Nikkor 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6
Eastman Double-X


FILM - Dodge
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Going through some of my Slide Film boxes for some photos worth showing ---
Giraffe Drinking -- ME Super + Pentax-A 400mm f5.6, Fuji Sensia
Giraffe
by Peter Elgar, on Flickr
Kimmeridge Bay -- ME Super + 17mm f3.5 Vivitar + Fuji Sensia Film + Cokin Filter
Kimmeridge Bay
by Peter Elgar, on Flickr
Fashion Hunting, London --- 1965 Leica M2 + 35mm f1.4 German Summilux, Fuji Velvia
Fashion Hunting
by Peter Elgar, on Flickr
His First Dip --- Canon AE-1 + 200mm f4 SCC Canon FD + Fuji Sensia
His First Dip
by Peter Elgar, on Flickr
 

Andysnap

<span class="poty">POTY (Film) 2015</span>
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Love these Pete, the last one is stunning.(y)
 
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These are from the Strathspey Steam Railway at Boat of Garten, the first 2 in late 2018 (F80 & Colorplus 200)and the third in February 2019 (Bronny Sq and FP4+)

#1 was a photo of a decaying railway carriage, before this month's Decay topic had been picked. I returned in February to shoot it and they had moved it away!!! :eek:)
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#2 is the canal boat reflected in the window in #1, bizarrely located on a platform in the railway siding. It was in use by someone living there.
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#3 sees the canal boat still there in February this year, but the railway carriage gone. To be fair, I was shooting b&w and it really needed colour.
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