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Old 08-24-2010   #41
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i am starting this thread and making it a sticky.

for ALL those proposing to last one year with a simple single set up...this can be a place for you to post your progress and your thoughts...who knows you might even convert some of us sticks in the mud...

and feel free to post your images as well...of course.

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Your style is cool....
Is the last one a self portrait?
Very Nice
Sure is. In the reflection of a dirty-as-Hell SUV on the roof of a parking garage. In Burbank.
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Another roll of FP4+ developed, more on the OYWC.

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">Yes & Thank You, 'DNG' the 1.1....I have two more rolls of it to Develop
heres another 1.1

Dear Diary
been in the Creative Slumps as of Late....
So another Attempt using my Year of Gear Ration
a 50....400 Film ...TriX
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Well, I have learned that sometimes there is a dirth in ideas when you photograph very close to home... You know, Photographed this, done that

But, I managed a few anyway, Zeiss 50mm f/1.5 C-Sonnar T* on G1 @ f/1.5 with a ND .6, ISO 100






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Joe, are you in? what rig?
missed this before...

no, not in.
i could never stick with one rig for a year...tortuous for me.
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so, a few for the critics.

i recently jumped on board with an agency that lets me do whatever the hell i want so i am shooting a whole piece on it.

the personal work has bled into the 'professional work'. or is it the other way around?

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">Yes & Thank You, 'DNG' the 1.1....I have two more rolls of it to Develop
heres another 1.1

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been in the Creative Slumps as of Late....
So another Attempt using my Year of Gear Ration
a 50....400 Film ...TriX
^--- if that's your slump, can't wait to see your zenith.
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^--- if that's your slump, can't wait to see your zenith.
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xo & Thanx for making me GIGGLE...You made my Day !!!
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Update

Here a few from a day at stop lights:

G1/ZM 50mm f/1.5






But, wait, there's more....
I will be adding B&W to the mix as soon as my Developing gear gets here, and I shoot though a few rolls.
Now, that's what I'm talking about .
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Oct 23, 2010... Dear Diary

Well, I am now the proud owner of my 1st Developed B&W Tmax 100.... Drying as I type
I used my Zeiss 50mm f/1.5 of course...

I am excited to be souping B&W again... after 41 years!

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Beautifully CRISP sonnar shots
Congrats on your 41 year later
developing Reunion.... ...
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Well I suppose I'll play along. Except I have to shoot stuff for work all the time so I won't count that. But for the rest of it, I'll use my Bessa R2a + 50mm f/1.1 Nokton. I just got it and threw a roll of Ektar 100 in it. Looking forward to seeing the images.

Loving you guys' photo blogs and flickrs, etc.

Thanks for the inspiration and for sharing your creativity.
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Beautifully CRISP sonnar shots
Congrats on your 41 year later
developing Reunion.... ...
I'm scanning my 1st frame now, It is of an old Mercedes Benz...
Yes, Crisp,.. nice tones and DR too.....
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I'm scanning my 1st frame now, It is of an old Mercedes Benz...
Yes, Crisp,.. nice tones and DR too.....
OK...
Here is the 1st image
A classic 1967 Benz... At f/5.6 I think




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F/2 I think
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A few from my 2nd roll I developed
I seem to be getting better with subject matter and B&W film -- I hope.. The Process has always been fun for me... I know developing isn't much work, But, seeing the roll hanging and seeing that you nailed the exposure at least, is exiting to me. I have souped rolls in my far past that sucked, and where usable., Always a bummer when you see blank or black or very badly exposed frames...
I am dealing with micro-particle tap water issue, but, I will get through it.

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I propose a one year, one camera, NO lens challenge.
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I propose a one year, one camera, NO lens challenge.
Only the purest of the pure may follow me.
So... A pin hole attachment?

I could get one for a Leica M mount...

Cool Idea..
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Well, a few changes on my part,
I am going to start to bulk load Delta 100 Pro,
I am getting a charcoal filter for my kitchen sink faucet.

I had a chat with a nice guy who also walking in the same park I was walking in... happens all the time ;-)

I got some nice images... but with a 28mm (I know, I know)



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I propose a one year, one camera, NO lens challenge.
Only the purest of the pure may follow me.
I´ve done that in 2005/2006; nearly one year only using selfmade pinhole cameras. The f295 forum is a great place for pinholers!
Some examples: http://www.f295.org/Pinholeforum/for...7945/s-0/#num0
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DNG,
Darn it! I miss Bubba. I'm glad you are putting the M5 to such good use. Bigfoot needs to catch up. When the Kodachrome is all gone!
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I have been busy taking pictures and been learning more and more in seeing B&W...
Here are a few images from last week on Delta Pan F 50, Leica M5, ZM 50mm f/1.5.







Pan F is soooo nice..
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From the last photographs of 2010:



I haven't forgot this thread...
Just been doing other things...





More on my Gallery link below..
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Been working on other projects, But, I feel bad I have not posted a image for a few weeks...
So here are a few for January 2011
G1/ZM 50mm f/1.5
@ f/1.5 or f/2
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A few from last week
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What a great idea, I will participate especially with all the snow we have here in northern Vermont. Stay posted images on the way.
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Snow Ahhhhhh
I have a few I just finished up today...
A house I have promising to photograph in the winter for a few years. But, the road is 2 lane with hardly any way to park 100% on the easement. I did it anyway, and said "Screw It. they can drive around the truck".

Well. these where taken with my CV 28mm f/1.9 ASPH Ultron... So I can't use them in my 1 camera, 1 lens dairy.... Oh well.
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Acros 100 @ 64 souped in Xtol Stock for ISO 100



An in camera Vertical View


And this private barn
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I'm a little ashamed that I haven't participated at all. I offloaded all of my rangefinder gear, but still have my Minolta X700 and SRT-101. I suppose I could use those if I wanted. Sigh...

Would you guys shun me if I used a Holga?
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You know it shames me when I see something like this thread. One camera, one lens, wow! I remember when that was all I had. Now people seem to think it is a virtue. Let's pretend we are poor. Why not one camera, one lens, one year, barefoot, photographing only the homeless, with ashes in our hair?

I am, of course, 99% joking, but it's that 1% that bothers me. As a learning experience, I would think a month would be long enough, beyond that it does smack of ashes in our hair.
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I'm a little ashamed that I haven't participated at all. I offloaded all of my rangefinder gear, but still have my Minolta X700 and SRT-101. I suppose I could use those if I wanted. Sigh...

Would you guys shun me if I used a Holga?
Hulga A Way ****....

I thought of getting one myself.
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Hulga A Way ****....

I thought of getting one myself.

I had one before but my house burned down back in April of last year and I lost about 40 cameras. It was low on my replacement list but I came across one the other day in mint condition for about $25 which is 1/3 of what they cost at Urban Outfitters (which will surely be the demise of analog and "Lomo" photography). So I couldn't resist. That and I have about 50 rolls of film in the freezer or more.

I'll post some images when I get some.
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This IS a funny thread... I know I couldn't last, best of luck! I'm going to be checking back in here.
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Lightbulb Dear diary...

Since I've just begun my 40th year on this life, I've decided to start a serious photographic project.

Until now, I've always been a "casual" shooter, although I've almost shot the same "subjects" I've never started a serious project.

But now, my first 40 years deserve something more serious. So There's the idea. 40 years in 40mm. I do not care if it is a new one or not. It's mine.
One camera: my M2, one lens: my summicron 40c. 11 rolls of Kodak 400cn (that's 400 shots, more or less). Living in Rome gives me a huge source of inspiration and I would like to capture some good pictures of places and people living here.
I'll pick up 40 shots and I'll make a photo book with them.
I'd like so much if you RFF members could help me in the selection of these pics.
Of course I won't flood the forum with all the 400 pics. Maybe 60-80 of them, for your consideration.
What do you think?
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is there not pills for this GAS

i don't know if i can last but its worth a try
i am basically taking the challenge so i don't buy anymore bloody camera's.
it is really better to not have that itch, i somehow could always justify a new camera purchase but this has to stop, keh, kijiji and the camera store are all to blame!!!!
basically one camera one lens (or a different lens per month) and whatever film i want for one year to stop me from buying more cameras for my closet museum.
time to make this camera look like Garry Winogrands
also for the past few years i have been a film to digital scan guy, well not anymore i have built a full lab in my bathroom which is neat.

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