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Old 12-05-2009   #41
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I recently got a commission to shoot a textiles graduate of my university's final degree show range, and I knew the shoot was going to be relatively low key - just one model, the designer, myself and my assistant with a couple of reflectors but otherwise minimal set up or gear.

A couple of days earlier I had finally saved up enough to buy a Mamiya 7 and thought - why the hell not - might as well break it in! So here are my first ever shots with the M7 - and it certainly did not make myself regret my decision to use it for a paid job straight away:
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Old 12-05-2009   #42
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Taken in Norway with the 7ii + 150 on Fuji Provia 400X:

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I recently got a commission to shoot a textiles graduate of my university's final degree show range, and I knew the shoot was going to be relatively low key - just one model, the designer, myself and my assistant with a couple of reflectors but otherwise minimal set up or gear.

A couple of days earlier I had finally saved up enough to buy a Mamiya 7 and thought - why the hell not - might as well break it in! So here are my first ever shots with the M7 - and it certainly did not make myself regret my decision to use it for a paid job straight away

those turned out quite well... i especially like the first and third ones. what film did you use?
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Stunning, stunning, landscape.



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Taken in Norway with the 7ii + 150 on Fuji Provia 400X:

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Really nice series. What lense/film combo was used? The lighting is perfect and contrast is really nice, feels wet without actually being wet.

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Really nice series. What lense/film combo was used? The lighting is perfect and contrast is really nice, feels wet without actually being wet.
The film was Fuji 160C if I remember correctly, but when I scanned the negs in I took a bit of saturation out as I dont like colors to be too punchy.

Not a Mamiya 7 but I recently bought a mint condition Plaubel Makina 67 - this camera is actually amazing:



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Old 05-28-2010   #48
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That Skate Boarder pic is teetering on perfection. Everything about it the kid, the sign and arrow... outstanding!

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kinda just like phototonys above (same place-same camera )



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HSI, I like the flash you used on those above...gonna have to try that out.

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My 1st try on my new to me Mamiya 7II with only an 80 4.0 at the moment. I'm loving the results of the snapshots I did. Maybe a 50 or 65 is in the making. All 4 rolls are keepers nothing mis-focused and exposure is right on.

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I like this camera in BW and color. I just have the 80, but I've got my eye out for a 50.

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Old 07-04-2010   #54
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Amazing shots, everyone. Wow, what a camera.

I am impressed with the abilities of my fellow RFF'ers ... so many great photos! I feel a 7ii appearing in my future...
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Old 07-05-2010   #55
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Some early pix from my Mamiya 7II with the 65mm lens. The image quality is awesome and I enjoy the film shooting experience much more than digital. I think it makes you care about your images.
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Old 07-13-2010   #56
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with 43mm and using Delta3200 at 1600ISO
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Old 07-14-2010   #57
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Here's a few of mine shot with the 7II and 80 f/4:

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Tri-X 400 with 25A filter


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And here are mine:
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some choice stuff here, I need to drag mine out again...







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Old 09-25-2011   #60
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Me too. Haven't used this camera in way too long.

Todd, your images inspire me as always.
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dude thanks!
I managed to shoot some today...



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Old 09-25-2011   #62
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This is the camera that convinced me that I don't need a Leica!
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Old 11-07-2011   #63
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m7 with 65mm
Syria- don't remember the name of town

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Some lovely work on here.

I recently sold up my Leica gear and now shoot my Rolleiflex and newly purchased Mamiya 7ii exclusively.

I've not had the Mamiya long, so I don't have many shots, but here's a few of what I've taken with it so far.


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I love film because I made this about 2 years ago and never scanned it until last night. My digi photos from 2 years ago are all gone.
Hey dude, didn't know you existed over here. Love that b&w one, I've never seen it before.











I've only had mine for a few months, and I had to calibrate the rangefinder myself so until recently, I couldn't really use it for close focusing (so not very many portraits). I have the original 7, not the 7ii, I kinda wish mine were black but it's not worth $$$ to me...I'd rather spend it on film.
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sorry it was only a Mamiya 7,
+but there is no sep. thread for that
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I picked up a used Mamiya 7 II this past weekend, it is a large rangefinder and I do find it to be comfortable fit in my hands. The Mamiya feels lighter than my MP but I believe they actually weigh about the same, Mamiya with 80/4 vs. Leica MP with the 50/1.4 ASPH. Shot a couple of rolls and will need to put through a few more to get comfortable.

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. . . . . a few from the past weekend.

Tentacles ~ Hiram M. Chittenden Locks ~ Seattle, WA



Docks ~ Center for Wooden Boats ~ Seattle WA







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Not a ii, but a regular 7 with the 65mm lens:

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I have to admit it, this thread its an orgasm to my eyes.
Tood.Hanz, you have really nice shots. congrats.
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Fayetteville, NC? Looks like the clock tower downtown about a mile from the Amtrak line to Washington, DC!
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A few shots from southern Utah. All shot with 43mm lens.







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Fayetteville, NC? Looks like the clock tower downtown about a mile from the Amtrak line to Washington, DC!
This is the Market House in Fayetteville, NC.
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A few shots from southern Utah. All shot with 43mm lens.


those are fabulous shots! I especially love the one above with the waterfalls. it shows off the 43mm in its full glory.
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My scans are pretty low tech -- they are done on an Epson Perfection 4990 flatbed scanner. All of my color landscape work is shot on Fuji Velvia (both 50 and 100 ISO) or Kodak E100VS (until recently, that is).

Edited to add: This post was in response to an earlier scanning question that seems to have vanished. So, in the words of Emily Litella ... nevermind.

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PhotoMat: stunning photos. The third photo is wonderful. I love the rock ceiling and the texture/detail/color in it.

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