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Play Me, I'm Yours - The Piano of Death
Old 08-03-2012   #81
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Play Me, I'm Yours - The Piano of Death

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Wow, I totally forgot about RFF somehow. Been shooting lots with my 6.










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Fuji Neopan 100, Mamiya 50mm f/22 @ 2 seconds, Columbia Gorge, Oregon
Very nice image taken in the Gorge! You captured the water movement beautifully. I have a similar image taken in Opal Creek but yours is much better.

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Mendocino County Seascape
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Chris - those are spectacular!!! Love them all.
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Chris - those are spectacular!!! Love them all.
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Very nice image taken in the Gorge! You captured the water movement beautifully. I have a similar image taken in Opal Creek but yours is much better.

Ellen
Thanks . Looking through these, I know that the lucidity and the lenses are very sharp on the Mamiya 6. I am going to guess that some are scanned on an EpsonV700/750 flatbed. Not to start a scanning debate here, but it's not a great scanner. The potential of the images that come from the Mamiya 6 are softened and muted by the Epson flatbed scanner.

I am fortunate that I have access to a small photo finisher (Citizen Photo) in Portland, Oregon that uses a Nortisu scanner, with profiles calibrated for Fuji Pro 160 and Kodak Portra. It delivers a sharp .tiff file that made me realize that using my Epson V700 was an exercise in futility. I have high hopes for the new Plustek 120 scanner though.

Without going to far with this, what I really want to express, is this is an exceptional camera. The lenses have a sharpness and look that rivals almost all of the lenses within the 20+ camera systems I have bought, tried and then released back onto the auction site over the past 5 years.
I am not a camera hoarder, I have been on a quest for the best image producing system that I could use with natural light, I've had a chance to use most everything from Leica at 35mm to Zeiss on a 503CW and Rolleiflex 6008, in short I feel like I have owned a film and digital camera from every manufacturer over the past 5 years, none have satisfied me as much as the Mamiya 6. I move camera systems around, but I will always keep my Mamiya 6 kit, in fact I bought a pristine back up Mamiya 6 and a parts camera, I am dedicated to this camera, it will goto the grave with me.


Too bad some of the images on this thread are somewhat muted by digital scanning limitations. Looking through these images, I know each one would look magnificent if it were to be wet printed and mounted.

I am not aiming to be Captain Obvious here, but the Mamiya 6 is such a performer, it's a shame to see the images it can produce held back by it's digital acquisition process.
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Too bad some of the images on this thread are somewhat muted by digital scanning limitations. Looking through these images, I know each one would look magnificent if it were to be wet printed and mounted.

I am not aiming to be Captain Obvious here, but the Mamiya 6 is such a performer, it's a shame to see the images it can produce held back by it's digital acquisition process.
I see what you mean as I've had some difficulty in scanning properly and post processing these scans (on a LS9000 at that). Any pointers on optimizing medium format scans on a scanner like LS9000? I will very likely *not* be doing wet printing myself, so digital is the next best thing. I really like the colors on Ektar100, but I'm pretty sure I'm not doing them justice. Another example from earlier in the year:


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that one is fascinating to me! where is it?

this thread gets better and better.
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The following images were taken at the Bishop's Close, a great place to capture images just outside of Portland, OR.





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75mm/ Acros/ red filter / Rodinal (probably..)

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A few from my travels around Fiji where the Mamiya 6 + 50mm was the only camera I took along with a heap of Portra 400 (self developed scanned on V700)











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Keep coming back to gawp at the detail here. Must be worth going for a big print on this one?
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Love the Mamiya 6 and love alot of the pics on this thread. However, I've noticed that alot of the color photos have a distinctly cool greenish cast, which I don't care for. I've taken to using a light warming filter on my Mamiya lenses when shooting color, but mostly use my Mamiya 6 cameras for B&W.

I thought it just might be my computer screen, but other photos I see on this website don't appear with the same greenish cast.
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Filter? Yellow perhaps?
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I vacillate between the a Mamiya 6 and a Rolleiflex... can't decide which I like better. Right now it's the Mamiya



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A few from my travels around Fiji where the Mamiya 6 + 50mm was the only camera I took along with a heap of Portra 400 (self developed scanned on V700)
It sounds like a perfect vacation plan to carry the Mamiya 6, 50mm and Portra.

Beautiful set of photos. Makes me wanna go to Fiji right now.
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Thankyou for the kind words - about to head off to Phuket for a week relaxation and will be taking the Mamiya 6 and a whole heap of Portar 160 this time

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M6 75mm, cropped, Portra 160. Slight color cast, but late in the afternoon.
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No filter but I can see why you ask. It was post cold front and the air was very clear with well defined clouds.
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75mm F/3.5 lens wide open @ f/3.5, TMAX 100, Hoya HMC O(G) filter, NCPS process & scan










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The ferry from Victoria, B.C. to Port Angeles, the second one from the campus of Portland State, downtown Portland, Oregon.

On expired Kodak 160NC, IMO Kodak Portra works really, really well with the Mamiya 6 75mm Sekor, it's one of my favorite combinations.
Negative film has latitude that slide film doesn't, plus the Portra colors are beautiful, romantic, emotional.
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Here's one taken with the 75mm f3.5 lens. Film was Ektar 100.

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Might have seen then on the M6 flickr group but for those that haven't


M6, 50mm, Ektar


M6, 75mm, Ektar


M6, 50mm, Portra 400


M6, 50mm, Tmax100 (could be HP5???), Barry thornton 2-bath (4.5mins ea)


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