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Old 07-04-2009   #41
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Does anyone have examples with the 'cheap and cheerful' films like Lucky and Arista EDU?.

I gather the drawback with these may be scanning ... I've noticed the lesser films tend to be a bit curly!

I did have 10 roll's of Arista EDU, terrible film with a very blue base. As mentioned the curl was terrible. I used the last few roll's to practice loading SS reels with.

I never got anything I'd consider worth posting using that film.
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Here is one from India, Hasselblad with 80mm lens:
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And one more from India, Hasselblad with 50mm lens on Astia
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Oh no, look what you've gone and done now all you very talented people, I now want to get a medium format camera again...

or I can't decided!

I suppose I was thinking about that Mamiya 645 Super... Gnghhhh!!!! But if I do go for it, the EOS 3 definitely gets sold too.

I thought you had a Mamiya C330/220 ... ?????

Go on ... you know you need those big negatives!
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And one of my favorite shots from India, again Hasselblad with 50mm on Astia. Made from a car. I could not focus so I used hyperfocal setting. The mother on the back was actually holding a little baby:
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And one final one, Alpenglow, made with a Hasselblad and a 350mm lens on Velvia in Spain:
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Some of my earlier ones from Weltur folder were the ones that got me more into MF than anything else:






and than there were TLRs, SLRs, like this one is from Kiev 88:
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I thought you had a Mamiya C330/220 ... ?????

Go on ... you know you need those big negatives!
I did you're right. And I loved it very much (a bit big but then that was largely based on me using the M2 virtually all the time) but I had a 70-200mm f/4L for my Canon EOS 3 which was great but hardly used so I had it up for sale. Then it got stolen But I still needed the money which the 70-200mm was going to raise so there was only one thing for it...

That said, I always intended to get back into medium format, but probably 6x4.5 or 6x7 format rather than square. That had a spanner thrown in the works this week when someone looked through my square format stuff (which I have no way of posting online as don't have a 120 or flatbed scanner) was great and I had the eye for it... Regardless, I do want to get back into MF.

I would also love to optically print my own colour at home too but I don't think that's realistic considering my darkroom is in fact my bathroom and rather cramped one at that.

Anyway I won't drone on, in the meantime I'm fiddling with Portra and other neutral emulsions (also E100G) and a 50mm lens on my M2 in the hope I can subdue my MF desires for a while longer.
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Here a few I shot for 1 camera/1 lens contest, and never submitted - was quite busy at work. I need to use that Bronica ETRSI more - very pleasing experience.
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Keith - photo you open with this thread is amazing
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Keith - photo you open with this thread is amazing

Thankyou Igor ... it was a photo I was destined to take from the moment I woke up yesterday. I knew the exact image I needed to make and I knew exactly where I had to go to make it. It involved three and a half hours driving and I was straight into the darkroom with the film the instant I got home ... some days it just seems to be that way!

This thread has turned into an absolute joy with sixty or so contributions in twelve hours and some of the most inspiring photographs I've seen for quite a while.

This can be one hell of a Forum sometimes!
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I take the liberty to post some more:
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1933 Voigtlander Brilliant.




Iskra. (double exposure)




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Sometimes 35mm is what is necessary or even perfect. But in terms of satisfaction, MF is way up there. From the happy accidents from the cheap 6x6 TLR:



To the super clarity and the goodness of 6x7 from *the* big RF, Mamiya Universal Press:



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This thread has turned into an absolute joy with sixty or so contributions in twelve hours and some of the most inspiring photographs I've seen for quite a while.

This can be one hell of a Forum sometimes!
Some of us here just have the knack to kick-start excellent threads. You are one of them, Keith.

It would be a remiss if I didn't also comment on your first picture. That's "Australia" if I ever have to point to an image to describe it.
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Does anyone have examples with the 'cheap and cheerful' films like Lucky and Arista EDU?.

I gather the drawback with these may be scanning ... I've noticed the lesser films tend to be a bit curly!
My first posted shot was Arista.EDU Ultra. Here's another:



It does curl quite severely, but only lengthwise so my ANR insert holds it down effectively. Much better than widthwise curl, which tends to defeat glass inserts quite handily. I quite like the film, especially for the price.
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Mmmmm.... Such lovely photos. I have been out of the film world for several months now. My new roommate wanted me to teach him some photography basics, so I took out my Epson RD-1 and showed him. I then showed him my MF work and both he and myself were stunned. I had not looked at my pics for a while and oh how I want to get back into MF again... And now this thread. Here are some photos that I have not yet posted from my Mamiya 7. BTW, if anyone wants to trade for my LF.... Images scanned by an Epson v750, no editing. Velvia 50 film, my new favorite now that Kodachrome is gone.

My little brother texting.... so sad.... The airplane in the sky was an accidental catch!:
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Here's one with the Agfa Super Isolette:



And one from the Rolleiflex:

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I do totaly agree! Medium format is great! It is also a permanent danger over my Leica. At the moment, my IIIf and my Rolleiflex have a peacefull relationship, but a few months ago, I had the tentation to sell the rangefinder to buy the TLR (finally did not need it).
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1933 Voigtlander Brilliant.




Iskra. (double exposure)



Really lovely.

Here is a double I shot recently:

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Cool I am not worthy, Master.

I won't let that stop me.

First, a tiny piece of a 6x6 negative, Mamiya TLR.



Heavily cropped 6x6 negative, Mamiya TLR.



I really miss that camera sometimes.
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Cool I miss the TLR...

...the Pentax 6x7 will have to do.

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...the Pentax 6x7 will have to do.

So tell me about the Pentax 6x7 ... I was reading some stuff the other day that reckoned shutter shock even with the mirror locked up makes them a little unusable below 1/125 sec unless the camera is set in concrete if you want really sharp results.

I'm watching one on local eBay at the moment and was surprised when I read this whille googling for info last night!
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Don't believe everything you read

Keith,

In a word: Rubbish. I have been using mine on a tripod a lot. At 1 to 1/15 sec. No worries. Handheld, I try to stay around 1/250. MAYBE, if I looked at negatives with a microscope, I might think differently. But I don't.

EDIT TO ADD:

If it really bothers you, as someone pointed out earlier in this thread, shoot Delta 3200.

These were exposed at 1/8 sec, + or -, tripod, mirror lock up, firm hand on the prism. HP5+ @ 250. 45mm lens.






Handheld, TXP 320 @ 200. 150mm lens.




My Gallery has a lot of 6x7 photos. Gruene, TX and Cemeteries are all 6x7.

One more. Velvia 50. Tripod. Slow. 45mm lens around f/8.0 or f/11. The 45mm lens is habit forming.

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Where are these famous dunes? I need to go here one day.
these dunes are in the Sahara desert... about 2 hours by car from Zagora in southern Morocco.. these dunes were only about 100 feet tall... there are 300ft tall dunes two or three days from Zagora...

fantastic place to spend a few days and make photograph...
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Great work all. I have really enjoyed this thread.

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Since scanning my old 6x6 negatives, I find myself cropping some of my rectangular negatives (35mm, 6x7 & 4x5) square. When it's right, square works.
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I love shooting square as well. From the instant I hit the shutter on the camera which introduced me to the format, I was hooked. I wish there existed a 35mm camera with a "mini" square format. I know one can always crop, but it's jus not the same for me.

Great thread and very nice shots all!
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Keith,

All hand held and gasping for oxygen at high altitude. Pentax 6x7 & 105mm lens. Plus-X.

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As an aside but very much relevant to MF shooters wanting to maintain detail at all print sizes...

I find when I scan MF images at 4000dpi (Nikon 8000) and downsample for output at smaller print sizes (usually I use bicubic sharper when dowsampling) I get noticeably grainy prints, certainly not of MF quality. I usually shoot 400ISO so that accentuates the problem.

Do most people downsample for output using bicubic sharper, as most books etc tend to recommend? Or is standard bicubic better for film scans with a clear grain pattern?

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Bicubic sharper is better as it retains detail that may otherwise be lost. I use a Minolta Multi Pro and the ScanHancer inserts, which eliminates ice clipping and smooths out the tonal range dramatically. I scan MF at 2400 dpi and downsize accordingly. I always apply Neat Image noise removal FIRST and then an element of capture sharpener. I find this provides me with grain free (almost) prints from XP2 at 320 iso. Periodically I also scan with my Epson V700 using the Betterscanning holders and ANR inserts and find grain very acceptable.
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Unfortunately I can also think of a few other MF cameras I'd like to own ... a Mamiya C330 comes to mind and possibly an RB67 ... a Hasselblad wouldn't go astray either. From what I can perceive used MF gear offers an incredible range of stunningly competent cameras and lenses at extrordinary value.


I posted this pic in my gallery last night but I'll post it again here ... f16 at at 1/60 sec ... difficult light but no flare from the Zenzanon lens ... I love this format!

Please show me some of your pics that have made you smile and think to yourself ... "Yep, I love MF!"

Now I am going to have to do some more scanning. I sent off a couple of MF's to be sold, a Pentax 6x7, and one of my Fuji 6x9's, with the 100mm interchangeable lens. Let me know if you have any interest and I will reel them back.

I have a couple other Fuji's, & Zu does not want the Pentax, I had the Mamiya RZ but found it too heavy, plus I like the 6x9 format over the 6x7. An unusual Fuji 6x8 was around, the RF, not the "studio" 680, understand they were sold in Japan?

Maybe I can make it to Step 2 of the reduction in equipment program?

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Please show me some of your pics that have made you smile and think to yourself ... "Yep, I love MF!"
This is my very first attempt at MF...handheld with my meterless Hassy and the exposure was barely a guess .

I was kind of keen to show my peers MF can be handled similarly to 35mm, but apparently I was very wrong

What makes me smiled is that the negative turned out to be quite well exposed, slightly out of focus though. Medium format to 35mm is slower but well more contemplating and rewarding.





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Wayne ... the article I was reading about the Pentax was on the Luminous Landscape site. He gives the camera a big wrap as he uses one himself regularly but was convinced that the beast needs a tripod approximately twice the weight or thereabouts of the camera itself ... I think he does look at images through a microscope though!

I'm attracted to the SLR in MF for the same reasons I am for 35mm ... as much as I love my Bronica RF645 I can't believe how vague the framelines are at any distance! I'm a little fanatical about framing and yes sure wtih the big negs a crop is easy but I still resent having to do it to reproduce the image the way I saw it in my viewfinder when I took the shot ... I know, it's just me!

Maybe there is indeed a Hasselblad in my future for 6x6... that still leaves 6x4.5 ~ 6x7 and 6x9 to deal with. Oh my god, where does it all end?
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Anyway ... here's a couple of candid portraits taken with the RF645 and the fabulous 100mm Zenzanon lens:




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It doesn't end, at least while you're having fun!

Did you notice the price has dropped, again, on the Hassy 503 in the classifieds?

For the 645 may I recommend the Mamiya M645 1000s? Cheap as chips, solid as a rock, nice lenses, unusual ergonomics. Produces very nice negatives. The Pentax 645 is very highly recommended, but more expensive and less commonly available out our way.
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