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8 hours ago, Wayne said:

Those without Citreons.

Orphaned Minox negs.

Did I read earlier that the film was in the camera when you picked it up, hence the photos were taken by Unknown photographer? This is so good, whoever it was has / had a seriously good eye for 'making' images.

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3 hours ago, gbealnz said:

Getting maintenance done last week, and fortunate to see this newly refurbish/rebuilt piece of history flying.

Leicaflex SL with 90 Summicron, I wish I had a 135 or 180mm instead.

Vista 200

Gary

A nice bit of nostalgia, not many left flying today (I read there was only one, but that was old news).

looks like an imminent forced landing coming up 😉 

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Yes all my Velvia 100 is expired. I normally colour correct in post if necessary (it rarely isn't) but for these ones I left it as is.

9 hours ago, A miller said:

Really cool, Philip.  Was this film expired?

This is really awesome Steve. 

8 hours ago, sblitz said:

blurred, but I kind of like it, channeling my inner Saul Leitner I suppose, figured I would post it here and read the reactions -- R6.2 Ektachrome Summicron R 50mm -- rainy morning outside the Queensway tube stop on the Central Line --

 

I like the muted "vintage" colours in this dramatic shot. Even looks like a colourised black and white movie still.

6 hours ago, Kleinkamera said:

Black Canyon of the Gunnison, CO

Leica / Portra 160

Excellent J-M. And those Acros tones are to die for.

4 hours ago, JMF said:

Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Niteroi by JM__, on Flickr

Acros 100 - M2 - 15mm Voigtlander 

 

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1 hour ago, Steve Ricoh said:

Did I read earlier that the film was in the camera when you picked it up, hence the photos were taken by Unknown photographer? This is so good, whoever it was has / had a seriously good eye for 'making' images.

The original Minox negative sleeves normally go, a piece, for about the cost of a roll of film. I found 10 for sale at about 1/4 that cost. They were filled with old negatives, to boot. :)

There are some good photos among them.

Best,

 

Wayne

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7 hours ago, sixteen pads said:

11:48AM

M4 / 50cron / kentmere100 in D76

 

 

Wow the is amazing, Patrick.  You should send it to LFI.  I am happy to do it on your behalf to make sure they get it and of course refer them back to you if you'd like.  I'll bet they'd like to feature it on their IG account.  

7 hours ago, Kleinkamera said:

 

Black Canyon of the Gunnison, CO

Leica / Portra 160

Majestic!

5 hours ago, gbealnz said:

Getting maintenance done last week, and fortunate to see this newly refurbish/rebuilt piece of history flying.

Leicaflex SL with 90 Summicron, I wish I had a 135 or 180mm instead.

Vista 200

Gary

 

 

nice, Gary.  Love the first in particular, that grass!

3 hours ago, joergel said:

 

 

Leica M6 - Summicron 2/35 - TriX in D76

Awesomely simple and elegant!

5 hours ago, JMF said:

 

Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Niteroi by JM__, on Flickr

Acros 100 - M2 - 15mm Voigtlander 

Can't imagine how this B&W would surpass the color version.  But it comes damn close and it awesome in its own right.  That place was made for the SWC (or is it vice versa? :) )

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1 hour ago, Wayne said:

The original Minox negative sleeves normally go, a piece, for about the cost of a roll of film. I found 10 for sale at about 1/4 that cost. They were filled with old negatives, to boot. :)

There are some good photos among them.

Best,

 

Wayne

Almost a Maloof moment, nice one!

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43 minutes ago, A miller said:

Can't imagine how this B&W would surpass the color version.  But it comes damn close and it awesome in its own right.  That place was made for the SWC (or is it vice versa? :) )

Let's go color / SWC.... !

Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Niteroi, Brazil by JM__, on Flickr

Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Niteroi, Brazil by JM__, on Flickr

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1 hour ago, A miller said:

Wow the is amazing, Patrick.  You should send it to LFI.  I am happy to do it on your behalf to make sure they get it and of course refer them back to you if you'd like.  I'll bet they'd like to feature it on their IG account.  

Thank you Adam. Well, if you think it is possible please do. That would be lovely. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Wayne said:

The original Minox negative sleeves normally go, a piece, for about the cost of a roll of film. I found 10 for sale at about 1/4 that cost. They were filled with old negatives, to boot. :)

There are some good photos among them.

 

Best,

 

Wayne

A little treasure!

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14 hours ago, SunnySixteen said:

Bracing for rotor wash in Blue River, British Columbia Canada. 

Cinestill 50D - Summicron 50 - M6

Beautiful. It looks like a scene from a ski/snowboard movie ... 

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Ginza, Tokyo.

Leica M7 Kodak Gold 200 by edward karaa, on Flickr

Leica M7 Kodak Gold 200 by edward karaa, on Flickr

Leica M7 Kodak Gold 200 by edward karaa, on Flickr

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14 hours ago, SunnySixteen said:

Bracing for rotor wash in Blue River, British Columbia Canada. 

Cinestill 50D - Summicron 50 - M6

Wow! Very cinematic! 

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14 hours ago, A miller said:

More chasing of the light amidst the shadows and schmootz :)

NYC

Portra 400

M-A, 28m elmarit pre asph

Beautiful street composition..

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6 hours ago, joergel said:

 

Leica M6 - Summicron 2/35 - TriX in D76

Impressive landscape picture (for me) which leads me to think our mutual relation - between us and nature/sea... 

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