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Three separate monochrome shots taken on a tripod with red, green and blue filters and re-composed as an RGB image in Gimp. Nikon F2 Photomic, Nikkor-S Auto 50mm 1:1.4, Kodak Tri-X 400, Kodak D-76 1:1.

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7 hours ago, Ernest said:

DS (Bauhaus Homage)
M-A Thambar-M CS f/2.8 & APO 50 
ADOX Color Implosion & E100

 

wow, a literal candy store of colors and shapes - love love

2 hours ago, Kl@usW. said:

 

As the summer goes, a happy memory of hours playing in the woods..     and afterwards, carefully searching for any ticks..🙄

 

HB, Planar 2,0/110, Scala @200. 

 

 

 

beautiful monochrome - really love it

2 hours ago, Xícara de Café said:

 

Three separate monochrome shots taken on a tripod with red, green and blue filters and re-composed as an RGB image in Gimp. Nikon F2 Photomic, Nikkor-S Auto 50mm 1:1.4, Kodak Tri-X 400, Kodak D-76 1:1.

very very cool result - bravo!

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Fantastic Rog, I really like this one. In your face type of stuff. Love it.

7 hours ago, Ernest said:

DS (Bauhaus Homage)
M-A Thambar-M CS f/2.8 & APO 50 
ADOX Color Implosion & E100

Hahaha great find, Adam. The camera at your eye broadens the head & neck shadow which almost gives an ominous impression. 

9 hours ago, A miller said:

The prowl continues... 🕵️‍♂️😂

Tel Aviv

IIIg, 28mm summaron, Portra 400

 

Terrific Robert, looks like the Heliar did very well.

11 hours ago, robert_parker said:

A savage test for a f3,5 lens in extreme lighting - Cranbourne Street (Leicester Square) London; VC 101 Set 3,5 Heliar (all scans and dev courtesy of Snappy Snaps 30 minute service, out of hours too - I think they did pretty well...)

This is lovely Klaus, excellent framing and just enough DOF to single out the tree.

3 hours ago, Kl@usW. said:

 

As the summer goes, a happy memory of hours playing in the woods..     and afterwards, carefully searching for any ticks..🙄

HB, Planar 2,0/110, Scala @200. 

 

 

 

Oh my, wow. What a cool effect. It reminds me of using several strobes with different colour filters to create differently-coloured shadows. 

2 hours ago, Xícara de Café said:

Three separate monochrome shots taken on a tripod with red, green and blue filters and re-composed as an RGB image in Gimp. Nikon F2 Photomic, Nikkor-S Auto 50mm 1:1.4, Kodak Tri-X 400, Kodak D-76 1:1.

 

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vor 9 Stunden schrieb philipus:

Speaking of colours, this is from my daughter's sixth birthday :D On the other photos she looks much happier, haha. Shot with the 203FE, 80 Planar and strobe (either the SF-24 or the SB-30) through an umbrella on expired Provia 400X (X1 scan).

Ha ha, this is great! She will love it!

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Am 10.9.2019 um 22:24 schrieb MT0227:

My son goes there.....Washington Square is full of great material.  Do you typically shoot Portra 400 1 stop over (200)?  Do you pull one stop in processing too? 

Yes, your son should have a great time there. Yes, I always shoot the Portra 400 with 200, the same with the processing. It gives you a pastel look which I really like

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2 hours ago, benqui said:

Yes, your son should have a great time there. Yes, I always shoot the Portra 400 with 200, the same with the processing. It gives you a pastel look which I really like

I will give it a try with my next roll....thanks

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7 hours ago, Ernest said:

Hanapepe Custom
M-A APO 50 Portra 400

Wonderful frame, great colors ....the details, especially in the chrome and glass, feel like you can reach out and touch them.   50APO looks nice with film.

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14 hours ago, philipus said:

Speaking of colours, this is from my daughter's sixth birthday :D On the other photos she looks much happier, haha. Shot with the 203FE, 80 Planar and strobe (either the SF-24 or the SB-30) through an umbrella on expired Provia 400X (X1 scan).

Pouting Alice in Wonderland--a priceless moment. Love the framing, the selective focus, the riot of carnival color in counterpoint to her fleeting expression--disdain, disdain, "Do we have to do this, now?" Let's get her expression twenty years from now, looking at this shot.

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14 hours ago, philipus said:

 

Hahaha great find, Adam. The camera at your eye broadens the head & neck shadow which almost gives an ominous impression. 

 

 

Thanks, Philip :) 

14 hours ago, philipus said:

Speaking of colours, this is from my daughter's sixth birthday :D On the other photos she looks much happier, haha. Shot with the 203FE, 80 Planar and strobe (either the SF-24 or the SB-30) through an umbrella on expired Provia 400X (X1 scan).

 

Wow, totally agree with Rog.  PRICELESS moment and generations.  Bravo!!!

9 hours ago, Ernest said:

Hanapepe Custom
M-A APO 50 Portra 400

 

UBER sublime colors, Rog.  And wall-worthy for sure.

8 hours ago, SHenry said:

R7 Camera, R 90mm lens, Fuji Velvia 50, B&W convert, NCPS lab.

Torrey Pines Reserve, CA, USA.

 

Very interesting conversion, I can detect the highlights from the slide film coming through - very good !

5 hours ago, Kl@usW. said:

in the dunes, baltic sea. 

 

M7, Elmarit-M 2,8/24 Asph; Scala @200

Very good, Klaus!!

4 hours ago, benqui said:

Shadow on the wall

M6, Portra 400 (with ISO 200), Zeiss 2.8/35

 

 

 

These two are fantastic, Marc.  Classic Chinatown :)

4 hours ago, benqui said:

in the streets of NY with Mister Miller (without Fedora)

Same equipment as above

 

 

 

 

50 minutes ago, man:men said:

And here comes another Negative-Disaster out of my stock

 

 

 

very good!!

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