Post your recent film shots!
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canerino
Registered: May 28, 2005
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Thought this might be fun. Just got some rolls back the other day.

All of these were shot with a Leica M6 + 35mm Zeiss ZM. All Tri-X 400.

here are mine, so now show yours! also post the body/lens used along with film!



Daniel Buck
Registered: Jan 13, 2004
Total Posts: 3458
Country: United States

film, yes!

Here's some recent shots from a few of my film cameras!

Zeiss Ikon 6x9cm Tri-x 320, 105mm






Tachihara 8x10" (on one 1/2 of the film, so 4x10) Tmax 100, 240mm






Speed Graphic 4x5" Tri-x 320, 135mm






Chamonix 4x5" Tri-x 320, 90mm






wjlapier
Registered: Sep 15, 2004
Total Posts: 3250
Country: United States

Tough to follow those

I was testing a Carl Zeiss Jena 35mm f/2.8 Biogon yesterday on my Nikon S2 Rangefinder. Film used was Fuji Superia Reala and somewhere about f/8 1/500th. Posted these in the Nikon Forum yesterday.































Bill





EltonTeng
Registered: Mar 21, 2005
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Contax G2 + CZ Biogon 28/2.8, Tri-X 400 @ probably F2.8 and 1/10.









loudtiger
Registered: Jun 07, 2004
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Nikon FA, ZF 50/1.4, 400UC






kennmon
Registered: Jun 02, 2006
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just a little Polaroid snapshot of my car



it should take me a while to work through this stockpile, and when i do i have more stockpiles to run through. hopefully film will never disappear



Daniel Buck
Registered: Jan 13, 2004
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keep them in a freezer!



kennmon
Registered: Jun 02, 2006
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always, well except for when i take pics of the film



edwardkaraa
Registered: Sep 27, 2004
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EOS 33, EF 1.4/50, Fujichrome 100







RandomLetterz
Registered: May 12, 2008
Total Posts: 317
Country: United States

I'm a huge fan of film! I understand and appreciate the benefits of using digital, but I think there is still something to be said for the "look" of film.

1: Canon EOS 3, 85L, Kodak Tri-X 400
2: Canon EOS 3, 85L, Kodak Tri-X 400
3: Mamiya RZ67 Pro II, 210mm Mamiya APO-Sekor Z, Kodak Portra 400NC



ISO1600
Registered: Jul 06, 2005
Total Posts: 4388
Country: Korea, South

canerino wrote:
Thought this might be fun. Just got some rolls back the other day.
All of these were shot with a Leica M6 + 35mm Zeiss ZM. All Tri-X 400.



such great gear, and nice shots too- but why aren't you developing it yourself?
B&W is easy, all you need is a dark-ish room or changing bag, a tank, and $25 worth of chemicals will last you a while. This way you get the full experience, more control, and it pays for itself after a few rolls. I can't THINK of paying to have my B&W machine developed, or paying somebody else to soup it.

I'm not trying to be an elitist prick or anything, just recommending you try it out, if you haven't done it already. I have about a dozen rolls i need to dev myself.



slungu
Registered: Jan 25, 2005
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Here is one shot with the Mamiya RB67 with the 90mm on Fuji Astia.



canerino
Registered: May 28, 2005
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Country: United States

ISO1600 wrote:
canerino wrote:
Thought this might be fun. Just got some rolls back the other day.
All of these were shot with a Leica M6 + 35mm Zeiss ZM. All Tri-X 400.



such great gear, and nice shots too- but why aren't you developing it yourself?
B&W is easy, all you need is a dark-ish room or changing bag, a tank, and $25 worth of chemicals will last you a while. This way you get the full experience, more control, and it pays for itself after a few rolls. I can't THINK of paying to have my B&W machine developed, or paying somebody else to soup it.

I'm not trying to be an elitist prick or anything, just recommending you try it out, if you haven't done it already. I have about a dozen rolls i need to dev myself.



didnt take it as you being an elitist at all! its actually a good suggestion. i guess I am just starting to get my feet wet with film, so I dont want to take on too much too soon...sounds silly, but I am still concentrating on loading film properly, focusing accurately, and exposing properly.

truth is that I only started taking photos about 4 years ago and started with a digital rebel, not film. i only recently started shooting film when a relative gave me an old yashica. I got two BW rolls developed and saw the difference that everyone was talking about. hell, my wife even can see the difference in the BWs (and she pays NO attention to photography).

I'll have to do some reading on how to develop my own stuff. thanks for the kick in my butt!


BTW, really nice photos everyone!



ISO1600
Registered: Jul 06, 2005
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Country: Korea, South

man, you're really getting your feet wet w/ that M6! boy am i Jealous!
I'll upload some superia shots from today in a few mins. I'm scanning them right now.
just scanned this... didn't mess w/ the color balance any- probably should have





Nikon FE2, Nikkor 18mm f2.8 AF-D, Fuji Superia 400. Scanned w/ Nikon Coolscan V.

this is from earlier this afternoon, when i got off work i went offroading nearby in my Suzuki Jimny.
Edited by ISO1600 on Jun 19, 2008 at 10:46 PM GMT

Edited by ISO1600 on Jun 19, 2008 at 10:47 PM GMT


RandomLetterz
Registered: May 12, 2008
Total Posts: 317
Country: United States

canerino wrote:
I only recently started shooting film when a relative gave me an old yashica. I got two BW rolls developed and saw the difference that everyone was talking about. hell, my wife even can see the difference in the BWs (and she pays NO attention to photography).

I'll have to do some reading on how to develop my own stuff. thanks for the kick in my butt!


BTW, really nice photos everyone!


I started shooting film with a Yashica FX-3 Super 2000. I got it on eBay for a whole $20 with a 35-50 zoom lens If anyone is thinking about trying out film, the cheapest way to buy into Zeiss lenses is to grab a Yashica. The next thing I need to do is convince my girlfriend that I need a Leica (boy would an M6 be nice ).



angeloks
Registered: Nov 21, 2005
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That would be a few shots from my 1V and my 17-40L (now sold) on expired Astia100f scanned on a Nikon Coolscan 5000.



darryn patch
Registered: May 04, 2002
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Couple of shots from velvia 100 with 500/4.5L and Canon F1n



RandomLetterz
Registered: May 12, 2008
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Country: United States

Nice surf shots Darryn, reminds me of when I was in Hawaii a couple of months ago

I'm surprised we don't have more people shooting film around here. I don't want to let this one die, so here are some that I got developed recently

1: Yashica FX-3 Super 2000, Yashica 35-70mm, T-Max 100
2: Canon EOS 3, Canon 85L, Tri-X 400
3: Canon EOS 3, Canon 85L, Tri-X 400


Edited by RandomLetterz on Jun 24, 2008 at 10:35 PM GMT



RandomLetterz
Registered: May 12, 2008
Total Posts: 317
Country: United States

And here's a few more. If you can't tell, I've been on a street photography kick lately

1: Canon EOS 3, Canon 85L, Tri-X 400
2: Canon EOS 3, (35, 50, or 85L, can't remember), Tri-X 400
3: Canon EOS 3, Canon 85L, Tri-X 400



Matt Cope
Registered: Dec 20, 2006
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All FG-20 with XP2 Super 400. Either Nikkor 50 f1.8 or an old Sigma zoom.


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