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Old 02-23-2018   #1
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Post your B&W photos using filters

I just got a bunch of filters for my Rolleiflex T. I have all the colored filters in the accessories catalog except light green and I also got a polarizer, H1, and R1.5. I'd like to see some images with explanation of reason of use and filter type.

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Old 02-23-2018   #2
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just a quick FYI for those that stumble upon this thread:

there are Rollei Bayonet to standard threaded circular filter adapters.

example:
Bay II to 39mm

i find this incredibly handy as most of my filters are 39mm from the Leica M system.
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Tmax 400 (TMY-2) with a Leitz Orange filter on a Leica IIIf:

Tmax400 HC-110h by John Carter, on Flickr

Arista EDU ultra 400 (Fomapan 400) with a Orange Filter on a Mamiya Super 23:

Arista EDU ultra 400 in HC-110h by John Carter, on Flickr

These two films react differently to the Orange Filter. Tmax 400 really doesn't need an Orange filter to darken skies as its spectral color curve handles blue sky nicely.

Arista EDU ultra 400 does not handle blue nicely; it is overly sensitive to blue so I don't ever take an image that includes blue sky without an Orange Filter.
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All the Rollei 2.8D images in this album where with a Heliopan kr-1.5 (skylight).
Most of the Yashicamat images where with a Rollei light green and, the Fuji 670 images where with a Tiffen Red25 or bare.

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Rolleiflex T TriX orange filter
IMG_2849 by Greg Yavorsky, on Flickr
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Rollie light Red Filter / F8-1/30th / FP4+ / D76 Stock




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Hasselblad C/M, Planar 2.8C, Ilford HP5 400, Yellow filter by Mike Novak, on Flickr
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Rolleiflex MX-EVS, Tri-X, orange filter by Mike Novak, on Flickr
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Leica II Mod D, Eleven o'clock Elmar, Tri-X, yellow filter by Mike Novak, on Flickr
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Yashica Mat LM, TriX, Orange filter by Mike Novak, on Flickr
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And what happens when you change film and forget to take the filter off...


Rolleiflex MX-EVS, Kodak Ektar 25 (expired 1998) with orange filter by Mike Novak, on Flickr
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Rolleiflex, Red filter, Ilford, FP4, Plus 125, D76
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