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Old 1 Week Ago   #41
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Corran, that first photo is stunning.
Thanks, yes definitely the best on the roll.

Surprised I am the only one to post color film images yet. Is no one shooting color on their Nikon RF?
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I haven't in a long time.... Probably 6-8 years. Shot a bunch of E-6 slides using it for awhile.
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Thanks, yes definitely the best on the roll.

Surprised I am the only one to post color film images yet. Is no one shooting color on their Nikon RF?
I did post some colour, well two frames, earlier on the M8 with the Amedeo adapter.
Good to see work coming in now, I was getting a bit lonely.
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The castle is closed. St. Augustine, FL. Nikon S2, W-Nikkor-C 3.5cm/f2.5, Ilford XP2:

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As a tribute to Tom Abrahamsson, I made a little pilgrimage to a couple of his favourite lens testing "roots" in Vancouver. The weather was not cooperating as usual. Nikon S2, Nikkor 50mm 1.4, and Tri-X (sorry no Double-X on hand).





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Another 5cm f1.4, I don't have a bad one. Cheese stall on Lancaster market UK on 5222 in HC110 1:60 12min V850 scan.
Have a backlog of film now, too much going on to get developed and scanned.
Tom would be pleased with the posters especially thanks to vytasn for the test roots, so good to see them in the month posts, I ran DoubleX on purpose.
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with the Nikkor-S.C 5/2
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with the Nikkor-S.C 5/2

Great shot! Wonderful.

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2.8cm f3.5 nikkor on sp

hopefully some pictures from abandoned can factory
this was my first attempt at resizing for internet ,
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Same camera/lens/film/dev, just a shot of my wife while we watched the sunset.

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Now for some sweet, sweet Velvia.

Same camera/lens.





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Left the frame edges as scanned I thought they added something to the shots perhaps?
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We got a theme going!

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Double X, 5222 Kodak HC110 1:60 S3 chrome Olympic 50mm f1.4

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Ongoing window series on the SP with the 35mm f1.8 on ORWO N74, HC110 1:60 12 mins.
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Climbed Black Mountain just off the Appalachian Trail in GA yesterday.

Took some photos as we ascended up the trail with my Nikon SP 2005, 3.5cm f/1.8 reissue, on T-Max 100 dev'd in FX-39:







Shot some 6x17 images at the summit but not Nikon RF obviously so here's a link to that image.
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Shot some 6x17 images at the summit but not Nikon RF obviously so here's a link to that image. [url="http://www.garrisaudiovisual.com/photosharing/blackrockmtn-6557ss.jpg"]
And excellent that is, I have just acquired an Xpan and am learning to adapt to the dark side of panorama composition, yellow filter on that and presume a Fuji?
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Thanks...it definitely takes some getting used to, composing for such a wide format.

It's a Shen-Hao PTB-617 with a Schneider 90mm XL (I shoot lots of LF so have plenty of cool lenses), on Acros 100 dev'd in Rodinal 1:50. Burned down the sky, but the top clouds were already pretty dark.
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Thanks...it definitely takes some getting used to, composing for such a wide format.

It's a Shen-Hao PTB-617 with a Schneider 90mm XL (I shoot lots of LF so have plenty of cool lenses), on Acros 100 dev'd in Rodinal 1:50. Burned down the sky, but the top clouds were already pretty dark.
Beautiful camera, and lens of course. I see some sheet film in my future, go big or go home.
I found already some subjects work others are so so at best but I prefer it to a "plain" wide angle already (I carry a 15mm CV for the Leica so light it doesn't matter but can remember nearly every frame I used it, so few) for the look is very different and I find quite immersive when done well, as your certainly is.
Thanks for the detail.
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