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Old 08-03-2012   #41
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Old 08-03-2012   #42
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Old 08-03-2012   #43
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Old 08-03-2012   #44
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Old 08-04-2012   #45
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Old 08-04-2012   #46
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Old 08-08-2012   #47
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Two examples of why I adore my Rolleicord Vb. One colour shot and one b&w.



Colour is Ektar 100 and the b&w is Acros 100.
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The first images I scanned from my newly aquired Yashica-Mat 124G:



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Old 08-09-2012   #49
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The first images I scanned from my newly aquired Yashica-Mat 124G:



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Happy! Now I wait for that Plustek 120 scanner
Beautiful shot!

This is from my first roll through my just acquired Rolleiflex 3.5F Planar Type 1 shot on Delta3200. This is the lowest res scan from the lab, makes me want to get a higher res one and see what detail is hiding


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Old 09-23-2012   #50
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Tele Rolleiflex, wide open, 1/60th, underexposed 2 stops on Fomapan 200 from the unfamous horrible batch, and cropped...

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Old 09-28-2012   #54
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JWC, nice image. Reminds me of a table in a big pawn shop in Clinton NC I stopped into during July. But I didn't shoot my Rolleiflex there, just my little GRDIII.
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JWC, nice image. Reminds me of a table in a big pawn shop in Clinton NC I stopped into during July. But I didn't shoot my Rolleiflex there, just my little GRDIII.
Thank you. This was shot at an outdoor market, early morning. This is the first roll through this camera...for me anyway. I've owned it several years, but never used it. It was in with some darkroom equipment I purchased years ago. It has really impressed me with the build quality and the images I can get out of it.
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Bless Portra, my digital can't handle highlights and shadows this well...

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Wow, where is this? You must have used a tripod (or you've got really steady hands) to get this much depth of field.
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Rolleiflex 2.8E, don't recall the film stock
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From my YashicaMat LM. Great pictures in this thread.
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C330f_180_400TX_Scan-121105-0014 by ruby.monkey, on Flickr

180mm f/4.5 Super on a Mamiya C330f. Lovely lens on a wonderful tank of a camera.
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Not to hi-jack this thread, but I just visited your wedding site, Alan. Really, really nice work. I notice you list only film cameras in your signature. Do you use film or digital for your wedding work?

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Not to hi-jack this thread, but I just visited your wedding site, Alan. Really, really nice work. I notice you list only film cameras in your signature. Do you use film or digital for your wedding work?

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Hey Dave, thanks for the kind words. I shoot digital for weddings and related work, but I'm pretty much all film for my personal work. In fact my entire Flickr stream is pretty film, save for a few shots of my film cameras.

FYI, my digital system is Canon. I'm using the 5DMkIII with a mix of Canon and Sigma glass.
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All three taken with a Rolleiflex 2.8E, on expired Fuji NPH 400. 10-year old expired NPH 400.
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Thanks for the info, Alan. I'm pretty much out of weddings these days, after doing a few hundred of them, but I still very much enjoy seeing great work.
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I'm not always a fan of the colors I get out of Ektar, but it does convert to BW fairly nicely... Diacord L
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