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vor 23 Stunden schrieb Wyck:

MP 35 Lux FLE Tri-X @ 800 Bergger Berspeed 

Looking back through old negs and developers I've used.  I've decided to order some more Berspeed developer.  I'm just trying to not think about the new Monochrom, I'm very weak when it comes to GAS!  

 

at first glance I found it a bit inconspicuous, but on second thought-look I find many interesting details. The Keith-Haring-reminding (diode ?)  lamp on the table, kind of juvenile version of the large lamp, the fifties-table, the picture..( van Gogh reborn?) and that all in a nice tonality--well done. 

vor 21 Stunden schrieb Keith (M):

Seeking summer in January (UK)...  H503CX, Planar 80mm CF T*, Tri-X, Ilfosol 3.

 

come on Keith, you found that in a newspaper from the Fifties... 😄

vor 14 Stunden schrieb SHenry:

Leica R7 Camera, Leica R 90mm, Kodak 100 T-Max, North Coast Lab

le moment décisif... 

vor 6 Stunden schrieb hillavoider:

FP4+ 

wind storm and bushfire smoke

 

my mouse refused to just click the "like"-button--too terrible the story behind this. I do hope its ending soon, you and your dears and goods stay safe and the right decisions will be made... 

vor 10 Stunden schrieb benqui:

M4, Apo 50, Delta 400, X-Tol (1:1)

 

Marc, all  my vocabulary to praise your portrait skills and the beauty of your muses has been used before--anyway: very good. 

vor 16 Minuten schrieb Xícara de Café:

Contax IIa, Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 5cm 1:2, Tri-X 400, Rodinal 1:50 13" 20ºC.

I don't know if this was done in Rome, but there are few places like  Rome for a stroll at night with your camera....  very nice. 

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1 hour ago, Kl@usW. said:

at first glance I found it a bit inconspicuous, but on second thought-look I find many interesting details. The Keith-Haring-reminding (diode ?)  lamp on the table, kind of juvenile version of the large lamp, the fifties-table, the picture..( van Gogh reborn?) and that all in a nice tonality--well done. 

 

Thank you.  It was a cottage belonging to an artist in the Lake District that we stayed in a few years back.  I was desperate to photograph, the weather was terrible outside as it was early February so I decided to photograph the cottage.

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11 hours ago, benqui said:

M4, Apo 50, Delta 400, X-Tol (1:1)

 

 

11 hours ago, benqui said:

M4, Apo 50, Delta 400, X-Tol (1:1)

 

 

More stunning images, Marc! Superb as ever.

1 hour ago, Kl@usW. said:

 

come on Keith, you found that in a newspaper from the Fifties... 😄

 

The lady on the right saw me standing across the road pointing my Hasselblad and immediately broke into a big smile and gave a 'thumbs up'.  Having taken the shot I went across for a quick chat - and accused her of 'photo-bombing'! ;)  

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Had a lot on last year so didn't have a lot of time for picture taking, but I did pick up an Horizon 202 at my local Camera Fair for a very reasonable £50.  Not the greatest of cameras but produces some interesting results.  One from a short break in the Lake District in October that I have just got around to developing.

Chapel Stile, Great Langdale ... 

 

Horizon 202, Agfa Vista Plus 200, CineStill Cs41, Jobo CPE

 

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15 hours ago, Kl@usW. said:

Garden # 4. 

Iris in attraction mode 

HB 205, 40 CFI,  extension ring, Velvia .

wow my fancy is tickled!

11 hours ago, Bobitybob said:

Had a lot on last year so didn't have a lot of time for picture taking, but I did pick up an Horizon 202 at my local Camera Fair for a very reasonable £50.  Not the greatest of cameras but produces some interesting results.  One from a short break in the Lake District in October that I have just got around to developing.

Chapel Stile, Great Langdale ... 

 

 

Horizon 202, Agfa Vista Plus 200, CineStill Cs41, Jobo CPE

 

Great one, Robert 👌

4 hours ago, DirkR440 said:

Rolleiflex 3.5f and Kodak Ektar:

Christmas Market by Dirk R., auf Flickr

A real stunner, Dirk - the colors are sublime and there is just the right luminance 👌

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23 hours ago, Kl@usW. said:

I don't know if this was done in Rome, but there are few places like  Rome for a stroll at night with your camera....  very nice. 

Thanks Kl@usW, yes, in Rome and I wish I'd taken more photos in the evening 

Edited by Xícara de Café

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vor 6 Stunden schrieb A miller:

Tel Aviv in pano 🏖️

Portra 160 

Technorama 617siii (handheld)

90mm super angulon XL

Wow, that's cool. Traveling Israel with a handheld Technorama.. 😀

vor 1 Stunde schrieb frame-it:

Leica M5 + 50mm Summilux f1.4 ASPH + Lomochrome Metropolis 100-400 ASA

Bold color, nice contrast to  the greenish tint of the film. A bit like the Portra.. 

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14 minutes ago, Kl@usW. said:

 

Bold color, nice contrast to  the greenish tint of the film. A bit like the Portra.. 

the processed negative is actually green !

Edited by frame-it

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