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1 hour ago, MT0227 said:

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.

Thanks for the read, Marc. Yes, I am an APO 50 fan and glad to have one, though I suppose I abuse it as a turnstile to ADOX imploding grain, so I pull back to the part-time sanity of E100 and Portra.

57 minutes ago, man:men said:

And here comes another Negative-Disaster out of my stock

That we should all suffer the calamity of such "Negative-Disasters"--bring it on. Happy, happy, happy.

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8 minutes ago, A miller said:

There's nothing like trying to execute on a vertical pano in pitch black darkness waiting for the sun to rise.  But thanks to the headlight that @MT0227 caused me to buy I was able to get everything perfectly level and in place in advance of the onset of dawn  :)

Sunrise, Dead Sea, Ektar, Technorama, 90mm

By the way, the format of this makes a wonderful wallpaper for an iPhone, particularly anything X or later 😉

 A foot-stomping "Yes!" to your vertical panos--we need MORE MORE Miller vertical panos, especially NYC.

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38 minutes ago, A miller said:

There's nothing like trying to execute on a vertical pano in pitch black darkness waiting for the sun to rise.  But thanks to the headlight that @MT0227 caused me to buy I was able to get everything perfectly level and in place in advance of the onset of dawn  :)

Sunrise, Dead Sea, Ektar, Technorama, 90mm

By the way, the format of this makes a wonderful wallpaper for an iPhone, particularly anything X or later 😉

Great stuff my friend.....that little light does come in real handy at times.....love this composition,  many levels to hold your attention top to bottom.

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vor 22 Stunden schrieb Xícara de Café:

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 interesting. I understand the technical background, but didn't expect such a nice outcome

vor 19 Stunden schrieb A miller:

A vanishing road leading to Jordan (or maybe not all the way - i didn't walk the whole thing :) )

Dead Sea

Velvia 50

Technorama 617siii

90mm Schneider Super angulon XL

Polarizing filter

Center Filter

 

You are doing wonders with that Technorama , Adam. 

vor 19 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).

a really great portrait, just perfect. 

vor 13 Stunden schrieb Ernest:

Hanapepe Custom
M-A APO 50 Portra 400

 

 

vor 5 Stunden schrieb man:men:

And here comes another Negative-Disaster out of my stock

 

 

one of the pleasures of film-photography: the unexpected . Even more so, if it is unexpected good. 

vor 4 Stunden schrieb A miller:

There's nothing like trying to execute on a vertical pano in pitch black darkness waiting for the sun to rise.  But thanks to the headlight that @MT0227 caused me to buy I was able to get everything perfectly level and in place in advance of the onset of dawn  :)

Sunrise, Dead Sea, Ektar, Technorama, 90mm

By the way, the format of this makes a wonderful wallpaper for an iPhone, particularly anything X or later 😉

Wonderful Adam, I love the ripples in the foreground. 

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vor 14 Stunden schrieb Ernest:

Hanapepe Custom
M-A APO 50 Portra 400

Rog, some hundred posts earlier in this thread, you wrote something about "ruins"  in art and why they fascinate us.....This is, beyond the fascination  of decay, a wonderful coincidence of structures, forms, surfaces and colors--the lively colors defying the apparent rot... 

vor 7 Minuten schrieb Xícara de Café:

IIIf, Summaron 3.5cm 1:3.5, Kodak ProImage 100.

As always: a bold composition, narrow framing, very good. I like the almost monochromatic colors-only the tiny piece of green giving away the color-film

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1 hour ago, Kl@usW. said:

very interesting. I understand the technical background, but didn't expect such a nice outcome

 

Thanks for your comments Kl@us. There was a slight breeze when I took this, moving different leaves to varying degrees in each filtered shot. So the colour separation is more subtle and varied than it might have otherwise been with hand held shots in producing blue, magenta and green shadowing.

Edited by Xícara de Café

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Really cool shot, I think. Otherworldly somehow.

15 hours ago, SHenry said:

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

Balboa Park bridge streetlight, facing south towards downtown San Diego, CA USA.

Wow what a find, wonderful!

10 hours ago, benqui said:

Shadow on the wall

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

 

 

I think this is very undisasterly :) Really nice indeed.

7 hours ago, man:men said:

And here comes another Negative-Disaster out of my stock

 

 

Terrific, truly terrific Adam. Well done. And those colours wow

6 hours ago, A miller said:

There's nothing like trying to execute on a vertical pano in pitch black darkness waiting for the sun to rise.  But thanks to the headlight that @MT0227 caused me to buy I was able to get everything perfectly level and in place in advance of the onset of dawn  :)

Sunrise, Dead Sea, Ektar, Technorama, 90mm

By the way, the format of this makes a wonderful wallpaper for an iPhone, particularly anything X or later 😉

 

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My Pentax 6x7 does work perfectly, in spite of it was just CLA'ed, so I rarely use it. Not sure why, this last roll came out without the usual defects.

Pentax 6x7, 105/2.4, Trix at 800

20190911-img224_clean by antoniofedele, on Flickr

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Here's another from the same roll. This is Craco, a ghost town near Matera. It was abandoned after a mud slide. It has been used as a shooting location for a few movies; in particular they like to remember Mel Gibson's Passion of Christ.

Pentax 6x7, 105/2.4, Trix at 800

20190911-img222_clean by antoniofedele, on Flickr

I was afraid about the results from this roll. First because of the camera, second because I mistakenly rated the film at EI 400 and 800. At the end I decided to push it 1 stop during the development. Trix is very flexible. 

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I am curious 😉
Did you ever print the negs?
Unfortunately their shop is closed till oktober so i can not do any own tests…

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