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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #81
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Zenit 19 , Zenitar M 1,7/50
ORWO UN54 in HC- 110
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Zenit 19, Zenitar M 1,7/50 by Joćo Freitas

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^^^Nice effect with the umbrella frames outlined on the arc of the first step .
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Zenit 19 , Zenitar M 1,7/50
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Really nice image here. Thanks for posting this.
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Amazing colors Huss. Love that shot.




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Just back from a revolutionary outing with my three Kommie Kameras, loaded with film from the fruits of socialist labour, and shot some Kommie scenes. I didn't even get lost so no bourgeois deviationism here. Now to see if the Kapitalist running dogs have a worthwhile developer for them.
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Just back from a revolutionary outing with my three Kommie Kameras, loaded with film from the fruits of socialist labour, and shot some Kommie scenes. I didn't even get lost so no bourgeois deviationism here. Now to see if the Kapitalist running dogs have a worthwhile developer for them.

What film did you shoot? I thought I still had a couple of rolls of Svema 125 but I haven't found them yet.
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Tasma NKII 100 in the Zorki 4 and Orwo N74 in the Werra. The Photographers Gallery in London has a very eclectic selection of films for sale. I had hoped to find some Sverna there but they only had colour.
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Karl himself, Highgate Cemetery, northfacing and direct sun behind. Whoever put him there needs liquidating.

Zorki 4 not allowing me to select 1/60th and slow speeds a bit slow. Tasma NK2 100 iso. I've taken down the highlights in post as a result of capitalist meter exposure sabotage.

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Love my Kiev 4a. Matched with a Jupiter 8 and Tri-X.

KIEV_4_400004_frame by Michael Kaplan, on Flickr
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Tasma NKII 100 in the Zorki 4 and Orwo N74 in the Werra. The Photographers Gallery in London has a very eclectic selection of films for sale. I had hoped to find some Sverna there but they only had colour.

Thanks.

I think I am a bit late this year but I'll keep them in mind and try to get some Soviet stock in for next October.
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Amazing colors Huss. Love that shot.




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You can ignore my comment on Flickr, Colton. My mind plays tricks on me at times, and I thought the sign said Chinese and Mexican Food.

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Wow - spectacular Pioneer! Whereabouts is that?
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That is looking across Elko in the Humboldt River Valley in Northeast Nevada, USA. Shot from the Adobe Hills looking south towards the Ruby Mountains in the background.
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Highgate Cemetery, Horatio to the dying Hamlet.

Zorki 4, Jupiter 8 50mm f2, Tasma NK2 at 80EI

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Just in time for Red October a Ukrainian Contax/Nikon to L39 adapter came in the mail today along with a complimentary Jupiter-8. The adapter is not rangefinder coupled so it is only good for mirrorless, still ... The adapter is attached to a Voigtlander l39 to M adapter and then to a M to Nikon Z adapter. Surprisingly it all works great. Looking forward to using my Nikon rangefinder lenses on the Z7.


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My Zorki 3M performed absolutely flawlessly, the only exposure wrong was one I knew I was taking a chance on, and I could have done with a better contrast patch. All shutter speeds correct and the Jupiter 8 on it seems just a little better than the one on the Zorki 4. Taken with 25 year old Ilford FP4+ EI80 developed in PMK Pyro.

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Clouds and smoke

FED-2 with rhe collapsible Industar-22.
ORWO UN54 in HC-110. Yellow filter in the first four photos

[IMG]FED-2 with Industar-22 by Joćo Freitas[/IMG]

[IMG]FED-2 with Industar-22 by Joćo Freitas[/IMG]

[IMG]FED-2 with Industar-22 by Joćo Freitas[/IMG]

[IMG]FED-2 with Industar-22 by Joćo Freitas[/IMG]

[IMG]FED-2 with Industar-22 by Joćo Freitas[/IMG]

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Time to unleash the beast for a multiple Iron curtain car shoot on Monday. Shame there's no 120 film that I can find from parts east but that's photographic life.

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Nice shot Colton!



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Gotta love those Fuji colors!
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You kouldn’t find anything bigger?

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