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Old 08-23-2007   #51
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Two from a Rolliecord V with 3.5 Xenar
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Old 08-23-2007   #52
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Two from a Rolliecord V with 3.5 Xenar
Very cool! Love the coffee beans one...
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Old 08-24-2007   #53
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Wow looking at these pictures makes me want to break out the Yashica Mat 124 again. So far I've only shot one roll, this is kinda dopey, but I like it (Kodak Porta 160 NC, scanned on a crappy old Microtek flatbed, and cleaned up in PaintShopPro):

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Old 08-26-2007   #54
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I have too many favourites...but here's one of the first. This is from early Summer, 1967. It's from the first roll through my new Yashica D.
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Old 08-26-2007   #55
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Great stuff - your third shot is my favorite. Very enigmatic.
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Old 08-27-2007   #56
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andreas, I like the cage also, very three-dimensional.
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quadri-dimensional! it's obvious that Time passed through that cage...
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Old 08-27-2007   #59
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I really enjoy this thread. So many beautiful shots.
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Old 08-27-2007   #60
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this one for me
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Old 08-27-2007   #61
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A Votar Flex TLR. With a single meniscus f8 lens and two shutter speeds 1/100 and bulb. This one was on bulb.
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Old 08-28-2007   #62
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Nice stuff Andreas.

Here's one I took yesterday with the Rolleiflex 3.5T and Fuj Acros.



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Old 08-28-2007   #63
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Thank you, iml!
Great lighting in your shot - did you use a rolleinar on it?
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Old 08-28-2007   #64
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No Rolleinar, no. I'd like to try it though, I like using the Rollei for close work.

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Old 08-28-2007   #65
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I can recommend them wholeheartedly! Parallax compensation works pretty good, they`re small and light, optically fine, and greatly expand possibilitys.
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3 jumpers

Bump. Here's one from 2 weeks ago.
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Hey, glad you liked the humor in this. Traveling down the highway, I actually did a u-turn so I could go back and get a picture. My wife and I were great appreciators of "American Kitsch".
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kitschen : in German, making new things out of old scraps found in the garbage - the definition seems to fit indeed!
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I've just developed two rolls of HP5 that I put through the Rolleiflex (Automat 1), and while there's no great art in my photos, I like every shot!

In the third shot, the fellow on the right was selling old stuff at the local "Trash & Treasure" market. I bought a light box for viewing negs and transparencies from him - you can just see it on the table behind him. He is talking with another customer about a camera - can anyone make out what it is?
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I'm curious, is it the waste level perspective that makes TLR pictures so unique to me? I'm trying to figure it out...
Maybe it will all make sense when I get my Yashica this week.
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Old 09-25-2007   #73
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Here's some new old TLR pictures, from 1982. I was 15 and on a trip with my parents to Tallinn, Estonia. The camera, which I still have, was a Yashica-Mat 124G and the film was Ilford Pan F. I developed the rolls in the kitchen, but I never made any prints back then...
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Antti - very nice! You had a good eye, even as a 15 year-old.
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I've just developed two rolls of HP5 that I put through the Rolleiflex (Automat 1)...

Chris, they look great! Glad that old Automat is working well for you.
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