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Old 08-29-2013   #1
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Post Your Film Images Here

Let's remind each other in this geeky tech film forum why we shoot film!

Please share camera and type of film !

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Old 08-29-2013   #2
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Old 08-29-2013   #3
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Old 08-29-2013   #4
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Here is another type, backayard hero.



This is literally my film image
Ihagee Iltrix Simplex (approx. 1932) folder.
Shanghai GP3 100 film.
Was first picture ever taken (few days ago) with camera like this by one of our daughters.
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The Tide Pools Just South of Iversen Cove - Fuji GSW690II - Reala 100 par Chris Grossman, on ipernity
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Old 08-29-2013   #7
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megabus.com - Buttonwillow, CA - Olympus 35SP - Pro 400H par Chris Grossman, on ipernity
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Old 08-29-2013   #8
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WWII Era Quonset Hut - Mamiya 6 - 50mm F/4 - TMAX 100 par Chris Grossman, on ipernity
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Old 08-29-2013   #9
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Fantastic shot!

Last edited by LessIsMore : 08-29-2013 at 11:58. Reason: error, I meant the wala boha shot from TennesseJonas
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Old 08-29-2013   #10
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25 years out of date Tmax100 shot at 400 stand developed in Rodinal+12grams sodium sulphate



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Old 08-29-2013   #11
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Purana Qila -- Hallway (under eastern wall) by nbg90455, on Flickr


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f45 / 13 s., yellow-green filter

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Old 08-29-2013   #13
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Old 08-29-2013   #14
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I'm not sure if I could have done this with digital:

Light / Shadow by Elektrojänis, on Flickr

The dynamics between the light parts and the shadows were quite extreme. I probably exposed it a bit too generously, but I can still see some wood grain on the beams on the right where the sun shines on them.

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Film: Tri-X
Camera: Yashica-Mat EM

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Old 08-29-2013   #15
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two trees by jj birder, on Flickr

I love the look of fog/mist on film. TMax400 in TMax developer, Contax aria with Yashica 28mm
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Old 08-29-2013   #16
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One of my favs from years ago.
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One of my favs from years ago.

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Old 08-29-2013   #20
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Old 08-29-2013   #24
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Maybe a few more... I guess someone could have done the same with digital, but the look has something I can't quite define that I just don't digital myself.


Two Looks by Elektrojänis, on Flickr
Camera: Nikon F2, Nikkor AIS 105mm 1:2.5
Film: Tri-X EI1600 in Rodinal 1+50 30min with reduced acitation (tilt every 5 min)


The World Is My Living Room by Elektrojänis, on Flickr
Camera: Yashica-Mat EM
Film: FP4+ in ID-11 1+1 11min


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Maybe a few more... I guess someone could have done the same with digital, but the look has something I can't quite define that I just don't digital myself.


Two Looks by Elektrojänis, on Flickr
Camera: Nikon F2, Nikkor AIS 105mm 1:2.5
Film: Tri-X EI1600 in Rodinal 1+50 30min with reduced acitation (tilt every 5 min)


The World Is My Living Room by Elektrojänis, on Flickr
Camera: Yashica-Mat EM
Film: FP4+ in ID-11 1+1 11min


Untitled by Elektrojänis, on Flickr
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Film: FP4+ in ID-11 1+1 11min

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just scanned this a second ago... Mamiya 6/Tri x

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Tomelilla, Sweden. Bessa R4M and Voigtlander Ultron 28mm f2.0. Neopan 400 Presto, Pyrocat Hd for 12.5 min.
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Considering that I shoot 99.9% of my photos on film, I usually post "film images" on this forum. Anyways, I like the general idea of this thread and would like to post a photo, I am pretty sure that I haven't posted this one before, and if I have, sorry....

Bangkok...
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cheers, michael

this photo was shot with an M6ttl/35mm 1.2/ Kodak Pro-Image 100
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One more from Thailand....on a Ferry going to Koh Chang....

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oh, I almost forget the details....this photo was shot with an M6ttl/35mm 1.2/ Kodak Pro-Image 100
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A couple more fresh off the scanner from the Walz Envoy 35.



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