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Large Format 3 3.23%
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35mm RF 60 64.52%
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Old 01-23-2011   #921
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oh yeah, Raid, i do not go outside of my cabin without a camera except in extreme rain ...
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Old 01-23-2011   #922
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Wandering the streets of San Francisco with my Leica M6 Wetzler.
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Old 01-23-2011   #923
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Meet up with the Chicago RFF group, nice guys all - we had about 10-15 cameras between the 5 of us, no dupes.
On the way back to my car - took some street shots, frozen bicycles, cheese-heads (Green Bay Packer fans with Cheese Wedge hats).

Now going to watch the game - from the warmth of my living room
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Well I went ahead and processed that second reel of Fomopan 100....`cept when I pulled it off the reel I discovered that it was APX400S...oh dear
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oh noooooooooooooooooooooooooo!
still, anything interesting about the development?
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Old 01-28-2011   #926
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It's weekend again, and it is a gorgeous weekend here in Pensacola, Florida.
I will be with my family in Bellingrath Gardens (Alabama) some time this weekend.

What will you be up to?
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I have rolls to finish in my Bessa R, Canonet QL-17 GIII, FED 5, Voigtlander Vitoret, & a Canon T70. Tomorrow will be sunshine & 50+ outside. I'm going to finish off at least 2 of them. Just don't know which 2 yet.
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Old 01-28-2011   #928
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I've got a roll of Tri-X in the GA645Zi that I'm going to shoot if I EVER get through editing the *#$%#*&^ video I shot Thursday night.
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Old 01-28-2011   #929
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Film shoot in the morning. It is a studio session so I will likely shoot either my XE7/X700 or F100/N80 combo AND the Mamiya. Some street/documentary style shooting in the afternoon and a digital model shoot in the evening.
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Old 01-28-2011   #930
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If I manage anything, it will likely be to shoot either some stills or portraits with my 4x5 Horseman. I really need to see about making a couple slightly larger film sleeves for developing the 4x5 sheets in a Paterson 3 reel Tank tomorrow. I made four a while back and the one is so small it bends the sheet film a bit too tight.
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I am now regularly switching between MF and 35 on the same outings. I placed this morning two cameras into my camera bag; a Hexar RF with a 50mm rigid Summicron, and a Rollei TLR. A 75mm Lux is also in the bag. We will visit a botanical garden with some friends, so I expect flower photography and some portraits.
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My old Yashica FXD bit the dust so I`ve just got a replacement in the shape of a Contax 139 Quartz ($70).
I`ll be back shooting with my Yashica 28ml lens and the 50/1.7 Zeiss this weekend .

PS Nothing worth saving from the wrongly dev roll of APX last weekend
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Waiting for the mail to bring a Bessa L, of all things, to tide me over while I finally sort out the IIIf (capping at 500 and 1000, dim RF, mysterious light leak).

Finish the first roll in a new-to-me Retina IB. Really enjoying this one, big and non-ergonomic as it is.

Plus, I have a piece of black neoprene that wants to become a half-case for the IIIf.

Can you tell my wife is tied up with work this weekend?
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For some reason there is a nice show of Toulouse-Lautrec lithographs in town. I shot a few frames on the way but its very gray today so felt totally uninspired and gave up. Did have a pristine Konica C35 turn up this morning £3 with a small box camera .
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I'm out to burn some Neopan 400 @ 1600 at a pub&bar Blues Festival in my town.

Need to get in the zone though, there's Pixies cruisin' my mind all day long.

M2 with L-Hex 35/2.0 and M3 with Jup-3 both loaded with Neopan.

Rodinal lined up for tomorrow.
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I took photos from the balcony on the tenth floor of a building at Pensacola Beach. I used 28mm-50mm-75mm lenses for different composition.
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Winter Photo charter in Maryland. Vintage steam powered railroad freight train. And plenty of snow.
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I took photos from the balcony on the tenth floor of a building at Pensacola Beach. I used 28mm-50mm-75mm lenses for different composition.
Did you make the trip to the botanical garden Raid?

I finished off a roll of 400 color film in the Fed 5 & a roll of gold 200 in the Vitoret. Tomorrow I'll use the Canon T70 to get a bit more familure with it & maybe the Canonet. Problem with the Canonet is, I can't remember if I loaded a 24 count roll of BW400CN or a 36 Roll of XP2. Also will pick up the film from the Fed 5 & drop off the roll from the Vitoret. Looking forward to seeing results from the Vitoret.
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finished a roll of tri-x today at the wrestling tournament, and started another at an interesting cemetery next door to the high school hosting the tournament.
i'm out of my d-76 pre-mix, so i switched to tmax 1 + 9 to soup the roll i finished today. i wanted to see what it looks like in comparison to d-76 1:1. tmax sure is easier to mix in small batches. the negs look just fine. will scan 'em in the morning ...
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Did you make the trip to the botanical garden Raid?

I finished off a roll of 400 color film in the Fed 5 & a roll of gold 200 in the Vitoret. Tomorrow I'll use the Canon T70 to get a bit more familure with it & maybe the Canonet. Problem with the Canonet is, I can't remember if I loaded a 24 count roll of BW400CN or a 36 Roll of XP2. Also will pick up the film from the Fed 5 & drop off the roll from the Vitoret. Looking forward to seeing results from the Vitoret.
We had a change in our plans for today, and instead, we had a 5 hour brunch at some friends home. There was a variety of middle eastern delciate foods. Several types of olives and cheese, pita bread, meat, vegetables, plenty of sweets .... etc.


We may visit tomorrow the gardens or maybe not.
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Took a few photos during a bike ride yesterday with the XA, trying to finish off the roll of HP5 that has mostly hiking photos on it...=]
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Working on a series of Mr. Bill pics with the Diacord/Ilford Delta 3200.

Figuring out a focusing mount for the 22mm/2.8 lens that I pulled out of a broken Minolta-16 (16mm submini) to repurpose on my E-PL2 as an ultra-pancake. Nice quality, can focus to a few inches without sticking out further than the built-in hand grip, and (this was quite surprising) has 100% coverage with no vignetting. I like its overall character better than the 28/2.8 Industar-69 that I've been using as my all-purpose coat-pocket lens, and it is smaller and of a focal length that agrees with me more. Good weekend.
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I went on a short hike with two friends.
We were in Pembroke (Virginia), where the movie Dirty Dancing was filmed in 1986, I used a Bessa T with a Zeiss Opton 5cm 1.5 while the Bessa T had a CV 25mm/4 on it. I hope that some of the images come out really nicely. It was cold, and there were many icicles in the cascading stream there.

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No film loaded camera for this weekend, but one roll of Fomapan 400 (135-36exp) and another of HP5+ (135-36exp) to soup... once again some old rolls (I'd say up to 18 months old)... who knows how it will look like!
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Rain, sleet, cold. I'm curling up next to the fire place with a Leica. To heck with photography!
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We will have tomorrow a really bad weather day in Blacksburg (VA) with freezing rain and yucky stuff. Enjoy the Leica and the warmth from the fire place.
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High winds and rain on the west coast but I`ll make it to the RFF meet on Sunday in Manchester for CNY.
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Anybody else planning to take advantage of the empty streets later on today? (Super Bowl, for you non-US readers.) I never watch it.

I came by an interesting looking construction site yesterday that should have nice light when the (pre)game is on. Plus, I figured out the Leica's light leak, and how to avoid it for the moment. So I'll be there testing the sharpness of my I-50 rigid.
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Long day tomorrow. Driving to Frankfurt, full day of meetings, then driving to Switzerland near Bern. That's the bad news, the good news is that on Saturday and Sunday it's me, a couple of friends, a snowboard, and a Rollei 35S.

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If weather allows, i'll be shooting my second roll of the new porta 400 on saturday. Have to pick up the first roll tomorrow, and see how the scanning of this film goes.
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On Saturday, I will be shooting pictures for my brother in laws web site, who has recently started for himself as a prosecution lawyer. He needs a portrait and some 'office' shots, both of law-related items (robe, books, etc) and the Jugendstil building he took office in.

When done I hope to shoot some street before I have to take the train back home.

Souping film on Sunday, I guess.



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We have sunny weather, so I will be doing some photography. I may aim at extra sharpness by using a heavy tripod with a Rollei of Fujica G690BL.
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I've got (new to me) a 35/2 Nikkor-O, a 55/3.5 Micro-Nikkor & a 105/2.5 Nikkor-P in need of a get to know you workout and a nice little pile of Tri-X. Hopefully the weather will co-operate.
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I've got (new to me) a 35/2 Nikkor-O, a 55/3.5 Micro-Nikkor & a 105/2.5 Nikkor-P in need of a get to know you workout and a nice little pile of Tri-X. Hopefully the weather will co-operate.
These are all excellent lenses. I love the 105/2.5. It is very sharp, and it is well built. The 55/3.5 is unbelievably sharp.
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i finished late this morning a roll of ap400/tri-x in my konica s III. hope to soup it tonight.
also finished a roll of fuji 200 in my fe2 this morning. i will pick up color negs and CD in a little bit. looks like some editing and scanning tomorrow, and with the incoming beautiful weather, i will shoot some ap400 as well ...
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I am selling my 300mm f/4L IS USM tomorrow to raise some more money for m2. I'll grab my R7 with me with XP2 Super 400 loaded in to it.. I was amazed by this film after developing few shots as B&W, not C41 process, and getting amazing sweet results (at least what I was after).
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It is weekend again. I am in New Orleans for two days.


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