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1 hour ago, gbealnz said:

Nah Phil, it was definitely nice, but heavy and I suspect (never checked of course) expensive.

I schlepped a tonne of Hasselblad and Leica gear about on this trip, hauling an equally heavy/expensive lump of art wasn't in the equation.

Gary

 Hasselblad and Leica ARE works of art!  The sculpture of optical glass! 

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6 hours ago, benqui said:

Not a submarine, just a self service laundry

M4, Tmax 400, pushed to 800, Apo 50

Great series and a fabulous model. You have both managed to create a natural style. Looking forward from your photo walk.

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10 hours ago, atournas said:

Serene stroll.

It turned out that this photo had been posted again, about three years ago. Apologies for inflicting it to you once more!

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9 hours ago, mikemgb said:

The Library of Congress, Washington DC. 

Delta 100, Leica M2, Leica body cap fitted with a 0.2mm pinhole.  6 minute exposure.

It's good to see pinhole work.

Time for me to dust down the Skink and try (film) pinhole... now a question in my mind is reciprocity failure. I read on the large format forum t = x^1.3 (approx of course, but near enough for jaz).

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4 hours ago, atournas said:

Group portrait with a dancer.

This is wonderful, atournas. I love photographs like this. Every person is a story and together they make something more, a novel perhaps. I particularly like the randomness, that you did not pose them but captured each in his or her own space. Thanks for sharing this. 

John  

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My son with his first camera, an OM1. I usually shoot Tri-X but thought I'd try HP5, which I have not used for decades. Same HC-110h, time, temp. -- everything. The negatives seem so much nicer. And they lie perfectly flat! I might stick with this for a while. M6 | 35 C-Biogon

– John

 

Edited by johnwolf

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On 4/3/2019 at 9:22 PM, gbealnz said:

Venice

503CXi with 120 Planar

Portra 400

Gary

 

Love your series, Gary, and this one in particular is lovely

On 4/4/2019 at 1:37 PM, christoph_d said:

At the civic centre subway station I thought I spied Fedora man from above, but he moved too fast to get a sharp picture...

 

M4-P, 50, Ektar100

Awesome, Christoph.  Love how those feet are clearly visible and everything else is a blur.  Amazing effect and well seen.  Now on with the next from your rolls from NYC!

22 hours ago, atournas said:

Serene stroll.

 

 Good one, Paul.  Very well scene :)

22 hours ago, benqui said:

Not a submarine, just a self service laundry

M4, Tmax 400, pushed to 800, Apo 50

 

Wow, Marc.  I am floored by these latest photos.  This one gets the crown from me.  So beautiful and dynamic.  Her expression of surprise - like you found her...framed in the circle.  Wow.

22 hours ago, lookbook said:

 

SAND STRUCTURES


HASSELBLAD 500 | PLANAR 80MM | TRIX - D76

 

Simply stunning.  So well scene and executed.  And with a "kit lens" to boot!  LOL

21 hours ago, JMF said:

 

Praia do Cachorro by JM__, on Flickr

BW conversion of velvia 50 - 30mm Fuji TX1

Love it, Jean Marc!

20 hours ago, 45govt said:

Hello

I have a number of rolls of the old Scala left.

The only place I know who is processing it is DR-5

http://www.dr5.com/blackandwhiteslide/dr5chrome.html

This is one from years ago, Pasadena Bridge, Hasselblad, Scala

 

 

This is really cool, thanks for sharing your Scala!! 

1 hour ago, johnwolf said:

My son with his first camera, an OM1. I usually shoot Tri-X but thought I'd try HP5, which I have not used for decades. Same HC-110h, time, temp. -- everything. The negatives seem so much nicer. And they lie perfectly flat! I might stick with this for a while. M6 | 35 C-Biogon

– John

 

Very nice, John!

1 hour ago, gbealnz said:

Action on the Grand Canal

503CXi with 120 Planar

Portra 400

Gary

 

 

Now that's "man power"!!

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Josef Albers Hopscotch 1923
M-A APO-Summicron-M 50mm
E100 & Portra 400

Plying the imaginary, the salvaged Albers Hopscotch for the children's Bauhaus playground (1923-1926).

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8 minutes ago, A miller said:

Continuing my pursuit of good NYC skyline panoramas, here's one from a mature sunrise, with the new sun reflecting off of the buildings and blue gases from the post-dawn/pre-sunrise atmosphere still in the sky.  It was a super long exposure, and i am impressed at how little color shift there was with the Ektar.

Ektar 6x17

90mm Schneider Super Angulon XL

 

 

Certainly is "golden hour," and you can take this one to the bank! Totally Ft. Knox.

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23 minutes ago, Ernest said:

Josef Albers Hopscotch 1923
M-A APO-Summicron-M 50mm
E100 & Portra 400

Plying the imaginary, the salvaged Albers Hopscotch for the children's Bauhaus playground (1923-1926).

Wow, this is really a feast for the eyes.  A hopscotch pattern for a kid who has everything.  Incredible!

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22 minutes ago, Ernest said:

Certainly is "golden hour," and you can take this one to the bank! Totally Ft. Knox.

Thanks, Rog.  I like the Ft Knox reference :)

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