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Old 04-05-2012   #41
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Old 04-15-2012   #42
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Old 04-19-2012   #43
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A lady and her sweets. A shot from Pondicherry, India.

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Seeing all these great images makes me ashamed about how many films I have shot with the M6 that I even did not manage to get scanned. I guess I will send a bunch of negs to lab for scanning soon (there are a few nice photos waiting there).

In the mean time - please keep posting here - I need to suppress the heresy feelings about swapping my Mamiya 6 for some better camera ... ...
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Old 05-26-2012   #46
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Old 05-27-2012   #47
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Fall on the Margaree River in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

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Old 06-04-2012   #50
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Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado
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Old 06-05-2012   #51
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Old 06-09-2012   #52
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Some shots from Chicago....


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^^^ some super fabulous shots!!
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Old 06-10-2012   #54
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Some shots from Chicago....
These are fantastic! What film and EI did you use for these??
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Old 06-12-2012   #55
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Thanks Brian!

Oh man, it's been a long time since I scanned them in...

I had to go dig around and find the negatives, it looks like most of them were Kodak 400TX, and the last two were Kodak 125PX.

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Square Tower ruins in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado

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This is amazing! You did this by pushing TMAX to 400 and just a yellow filter??
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This is amazing! You did this by pushing TMAX to 400 and just a yellow filter??
Yes, however the push was unintentional. The camera is new to me and I set the exposure compensation 1 stop darker instead of 1 stop lighter to compensate for the filter. I only realized my mistake after I had shot two rolls. Thus I just asked NCPS to push them to 2 stops to ISO 400 when I sent the film in to be processed and scanned.
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A few shots around Downtown Burj Khalifa on a warm May morning. I started doing my own development about six months ago, it's great fun! Mamiya 6, 50mm. Tri-X in ID-11






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Old 07-10-2012   #65
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and a couple more..
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Here's three from my other life in the Afar region of Ethiopia. Delta 100 in ID-11.






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Not my best, but part of a series, using both my Minolta Autocord and the Mamiya 6.
I believe the Mamiya Sekor 75mm is a slightly sharper lens, than the Minolta Rokkor 75mm f/3.5.
Both are very good, and contrast-y, which I like.

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Boy and Fountain

Boy and Fountain, 50mm, K2 filter, acros 100 @ 400, NCPS push process & scan

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damn, I love that camera but I have to send it back because of the problems with internal locks weak contacts.









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Fuji Neopan 100, Mamiya 50mm f/22 @ 2 seconds, Columbia Gorge, Oregon


I used a Sekonic L-208, as a meter I am not sure how accurate it is, so I think I just guessed it.
I don't use the 50mm enough, I don't know why, maybe I should, I think I prefer the 75mm more,
both are excellent, just my own idiosyncratic preference.
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Expired Kodak Portra 160NC, Mamiya 75mm f/8 @ 1/60, Portland State, Portland, Oregon
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Play Me, I'm Yours - The Piano of Death
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Play Me, I'm Yours - The Piano of Death

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