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Lovely landscape Gary. That's a great lens too

 

And with the FE250/4, same details.

Gary

 

Great shot Siffi.

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Philip

 

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SWC, HP5 @100 ASA, Rodinal 1:100, 20 Min

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Danny Grissett, Jeremy Pelt Quartet, Jazzkeller, Frankfurt am Main, 2011

 

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Bessa R4A, VC Nokton 1.5/50, Ilford Delta 3200

 

Sharif

 

Nice!!!!! When you get the chance try the T-Max 3200, I really liked the results from similar setting -- inside a jazz club.

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Nice!!!!! When you get the chance try the T-Max 3200, I really liked the results from similar setting -- inside a jazz club.

 

 

Thank you! Today I take the Trix and push it to ISO 1600. The 3200er films are too expensive.

 

Sharif

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HP5+ is great at ISO1600, too (I like it way more than at 400).
There is a good chance you have tried this, just saying...
 

Thank you! Today I take the Trix and push it to ISO 1600. The 3200er films are too expensive.

 

Sharif

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Lovely landscape Gary. That's a great lens too

 

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Philip

Yes, it was a nice lens Philip, but after selling off the 2000FCW, it wouldn't play with the 503CX, nor the SWC, for obvious reasons.

Gary

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And with the FE250/4, same details.

Gary

 

Beautiful expansive view, Gary.

 

 

 

SWC-04.jpg

 

SWC, HP5 @100 ASA, Rodinal 1:100, 20 Min

 

Really nice. Live the rodinal processing on this one.

 

 

 

Danny Grissett, Jeremy Pelt Quartet, Jazzkeller, Frankfurt am Main, 2011

 

Jeremy_Pelt_Quartet_.jpg

 

Bessa R4A, VC Nokton 1.5/50, Ilford Delta 3200

 

Sharif

Very nice, Sharif! You get great results from just about any film, but this Delta 3200 came out really striking.

 

 

 

  

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Very interesting abstract!

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