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Wild Image Media
Posts: 173
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia


Love the shot of the recliners in the sea phillip - might steal the idea and put a model on them.
Oct 07 12 08:21 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
PhillipM
Posts: 6,249
Martin, Tennessee, US


Thank you Wild...

It was by pure luck they were in the surf.  Large storm rolled through the night before, and these were shot at dawn before they took them out.

One more.  A bit longer exposure, plus some sea spray on the lens.

http://www.keepsakephotography.us/4x5/FloridaChairs2.jpg
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Used a yellow filter on this one.

Had to play with front/rear swings and tilts in an effort to get it all in focus. 

That tested me somewhat.
http://www.keepsakephotography.us/4x5/FloridaRock.jpg
Oct 07 12 09:02 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
BZP
Posts: 9
Haarlem, Noord-Holland, Netherlands


I love film, to watch and use. But seeing all these great examples makes me realize I need to practise a lot more...
Oct 08 12 05:07 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Nyctiphaes
Posts: 159
Athens, Attikí, Greece


Mamiya RZ67 & 110mm f2.8 & Fuji Acros 100 in HC110
http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/110805/19/4e3caa3249ec1_m.jpg
Oct 08 12 05:17 am  Link  Quote 
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Nyctiphaes
Posts: 159
Athens, Attikí, Greece


http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/111220/16/4ef12b970c4b9_m.jpg

Mamiya RZ67 + 180mm + Kodak Tri X in HC110
Oct 08 12 05:19 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Lee Nutter
Posts: 160
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


Post hidden on Oct 08, 2012 02:46 pm
Reason: 18+ Images
Oct 08 12 05:23 am  Link 
Photographer
The F-Stop
Posts: 1,420
New York, New York, US


I'm loving this thread. Nice to see so many MF, LF n Mamiya users here. I thought I was the last man standing, glad I'm not alone.

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Oct 08 12 05:29 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Roy Hubbard
Posts: 2,753
New York, New York, US


Mamiya RB67, Fuji Neopan Acros @ISO 80, Rodinal:

https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/522967_527031763977762_895709619_n.jpg

https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/302167_527031750644430_582417451_n.jpg

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I'm in love with the dynamic range and tonal richness of large format.

Sinar F2, HP5+ 4x5 sheet film @IS0 320, Xtol:
http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8037/8067305798_8eedd743c1_z.jpg
Oct 08 12 09:46 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
-The Dave-
Posts: 8,584
Las Vegas, Nevada, US


Both from a few days ago...

RB67
http://www.daplv.com/MM/24060005.jpg

Rolleiflex
http://www.daplv.com/MM/24110010.jpg
Oct 08 12 03:00 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Colin Doust
Posts: 47
Mandurah, Western Australia, Australia


Post hidden on Oct 08, 2012 10:29 pm
Reason: 18+ Images
Oct 08 12 10:13 pm  Link 
Photographer
-The Dave-
Posts: 8,584
Las Vegas, Nevada, US


Moderator Warning!
Please do NOT post 18+ images with an [img] tag so they show. You may post the link to them and mark them as 18+

Thank you
Oct 08 12 10:31 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Colin Doust
Posts: 47
Mandurah, Western Australia, Australia


-The Dave- wrote:
Please do NOT post 18+ images with an [img] tag so they show. You may post the link to them and mark them as 18+

Thank you

Ok can you delete my post then.

Thank you

Oct 08 12 10:41 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
PhillipM
Posts: 6,249
Martin, Tennessee, US


Graphlex Graphic View 4x5
Arista 100

http://www.keepsakephotography.us/4x5/AlisonFilm.jpg
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http://www.keepsakephotography.us/4x5/AlisonStem-4x5-2.jpg
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Oct 09 12 04:41 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
ybfoto
Posts: 642
Oakland, California, US


http://i724.photobucket.com/albums/ww249/gigantor_photos/PointPinole1.jpg

Exposure around a minute.
HP5 pushed to 800/developed in xtol 1:1
Oct 09 12 09:30 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
The F-Stop
Posts: 1,420
New York, New York, US


PhillipM wrote:
Graphlex Graphic View 4x5
Arista 100

http://www.keepsakephotography.us/4x5/AlisonFilm.jpg
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http://www.keepsakephotography.us/4x5/AlisonStem-4x5-2.jpg
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Hey Phill, tell me more about how you blured the DOF in your images? For some reason it dosent make any sense in the analog optical world.

If parts of the girl in the foreground are out of focus, shallow DOF, why is the fence right behind her sharp?

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Oct 09 12 10:52 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Catchlight Portraits
Posts: 279
Salt Lake City, Utah, US


The F-Stop wrote:
If parts of the girl in the foreground are out of focus, shallow DOF, why is the fence right behind her sharp?

Front tilt and swing -- note that that was taken on a graphic view smile

Oct 09 12 11:56 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
The F-Stop
Posts: 1,420
New York, New York, US


Someting else is happening here. Selective focus only works in digital. I've done LF using tilts n swings n can't get the chest of the girl in focus, her legs n shoulders out and the background behind an out of focus area in focus no mater how crafty you are with tilts n swings.. it's analog imposable.

Take a closer look?
Oct 09 12 07:08 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
ybfoto
Posts: 642
Oakland, California, US


The F-Stop wrote:
Someting else is happening here. Selective focus only works in digital. I've done LF using tilts n swings n can't get the chest of the girl in focus, her legs n shoulders out and the background behind an out of focus area in focus no mater how crafty you are with tilts n swings.. it's analog imposable.

Take a closer look?

Id be real  careful about saying what can and cant be done...just because you cant do it or see how it could be done doesnt mean it cant be

Oct 09 12 07:20 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
-The Dave-
Posts: 8,584
Las Vegas, Nevada, US


+1  It's not only the front that can tilt, shift and swing, the back also has those movements, combined you can do some pretty freaky stuff.
Oct 09 12 07:30 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
imajez
Posts: 23
Sheffield, England, United Kingdom


Some stunning shots there, but this was my favourite. I'd love to get my hands on that camera.

Fred Greissing wrote:
I like film, Polaroid and even direct to paper / paper negative 8x10.

an example or two that I like to post to these film threads:

http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5206/5325855807_bc03cf275b_o.jpg
8x10 Polaroid

Oct 09 12 08:24 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
R Michael Walker
Posts: 11,957
Costa Mesa, California, US


I USED to love film. This image was shot in 1974 with an 8x10 View in Yosemite Park. The model is Twinka. and it's 18+
http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/28107/0#/3817408
Oct 09 12 08:41 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Colin Doust
Posts: 47
Mandurah, Western Australia, Australia


Film based images often have qualities that, to me, are more pleasing to see than non film based photography. I have shot more digital than film though i am currently selling a lot of gear to set up a 4x5 kit that will include a scanner.

This shot was made a few years ago using 35mm Ilford Delta 3200 and window light.
Definitely 18+ (the moderator said so)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/30041161@N … /lightbox/
Oct 10 12 01:55 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
PhillipM
Posts: 6,249
Martin, Tennessee, US


Hey F-Stop:  Catchlight hit it on the head.  Tilt/Swings gave me those results.



A couple more film shots.

http://www.keepsakephotography.us/4x5/FleaMarketGuy-4x5.jpg
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http://www.keepsakephotography.us/4x5/OldGym.jpg
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http://www.keepsakephotography.us/4x5/ReelfootLake.jpg
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http://www.keepsakephotography.us/4x5/Seattle1.jpg
Oct 10 12 04:09 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Roy Hubbard
Posts: 2,753
New York, New York, US


From a 5am trek through Central Park with my RB67 and some Portra this weekend. Finally getting around to color developing at home.
http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8033/8071221890_fb18a4f342_z.jpg

http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8037/8067305798_8eedd743c1_z.jpg
Oct 10 12 07:05 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
AgX
Posts: 1,188
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US


Roy Hubbard wrote:
From a 5am trek through Central Park with my RB67 and some Portra this weekend. Finally getting around to color developing at home.

Are you using bulk C-41 chemicals, or one of the prepackaged kits? If the latter, which one, and how have you found it?

Oct 10 12 07:13 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
The F-Stop
Posts: 1,420
New York, New York, US


Nice work Phill!

I've never seen focusing done on 2 planes like that, you must have had that thing in a knot? I've worked with Scheimpflug princiapal but never in that way.. interesting.

First I thought it might have been a diffusing tool when printing, then as I looked closer, it just seemed weird n looked more like a lens aberation.. amost a maniscus effect. Still alot to learn, thanks.
Oct 10 12 07:13 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
annie lomowitz
Posts: 257
WOODY CREEK, Colorado, US


R Michael Walker wrote:
I USED to love film. This image was shot in 1974 with an 8x10 View in Yosemite Park. The model is Twinka. and it's 18+
http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/28107/0#/3817408

hey, Twinka without Imogen /to those who know\


I've heard that she was a great model.

annie, way too young to know ...

Oct 10 12 07:24 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
PhillipM
Posts: 6,249
Martin, Tennessee, US


Thanks Fstop....

She was quite easy to shoot in that fashion, just because I was viewing while making adjustments until I got what I wanted.

That damn rock above took me 15 minutes to figure out, how to get it all in focus, using swing/tilts and focusing... wink

Another one from my GV...  Another one of my H.S.Senior girls allowed me to play.  I do enjoy shooting with it, but wish now I had bought a field camera instead of this monorail box.

It's a very clean, damn near brand new looking camera, and I just had the lens CLA too, and now have a case for it. 

The Seattle trip damn near killed me toting it up the Mtn.s along with my RB67 in my backpack.

http://www.keepsakephotography.us/4x5/Brooke4x5.jpg
Oct 10 12 07:25 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
annie lomowitz
Posts: 257
WOODY CREEK, Colorado, US


Colin Doust wrote:
Film based images often have qualities that, to me, are more pleasing to see than non film based photography. I have shot more digital than film though i am currently selling a lot of gear to set up a 4x5 kit that will include a scanner.

This shot was made a few years ago using 35mm Ilford Delta 3200 and window light.
Definitely 18+ (the moderator said so)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/30041161@N … /lightbox/

nice, butt, I don't see the NC warning need -- ? -- got one at the portal also.

ah well "little pink houses for you and me"

Oct 10 12 07:28 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Roy Hubbard
Posts: 2,753
New York, New York, US


AgX wrote:
Are you using bulk C-41 chemicals, or one of the prepackaged kits? If the latter, which one, and how have you found it?

I'm using the Tetenal C-41 1 liter kit. It's more or less as simple as black and white, and I've found the results pleasing. The chemicals can knock you for a bit of a loop if you don't have decent ventilation and keep at it for an extended period.

I bought a few boxes of Velvia 50 in 4x5 the day Fuji announced they were discontinuing it, going to try Tetenal's E6 kit at some point soon.

Oct 10 12 07:31 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
annie lomowitz
Posts: 257
WOODY CREEK, Colorado, US


PhillipM wrote:
---  I do enjoy shooting with it, but wish now I had bought a field camera instead of this monorail box.

It's a very clean, damn near brand new looking camera, and I just had the lens CLA too, and now have a case for it. 

The Seattle trip damn near killed me toting it up the Mtn.s along with my RB67 in my backpack.

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maybe a Pacemaker, before you need a pacemaker.

My husband has a shirt "if the hill's too steep, you're too old" -- he uses it to clean the car windows.

annie. a Flexbody totes very far, very easily --

Oct 10 12 07:38 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
KonstantKarma
Posts: 2,513
Hickory, North Carolina, US


http://konstantkarma.smugmug.com/Art/Film-Scans/i-TGD3RWq/0/L/PD00022wm-L.jpg

Star trails. smile

30 minute exposure, ISO 400, f/2(I think?).
Oct 10 12 07:40 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Seismic Images
Posts: 506
Morisset, New South Wales, Australia


PhillipM wrote:
1 of many street folks lately.

RB67 w/50mm Sekor, Porta 160 converted to b/w via LR3

http://www.keepsakephotography.us/FILM/Filmman2.jpg

Man that has some 'pop'!

Oct 10 12 07:41 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
The F-Stop
Posts: 1,420
New York, New York, US


Phill, That RB is 12 pounds n hauling a VC is just plain old sherpa work. I stopped taking my RBs backpacking a long time ago but do take my smaller, not much weight savings, ETRS now.

Go look at a Linhoff, you'll be very happy to see it weighs alot less and folds flat. Monorails are a PIA.

What has always killed me about LF was not only the time it took to get it all perfect n focused... but after all that, insert the film n the damn thing moved on ya.. HOLY CRAP! Start over again.

You have to be a very patient man or that thing goes flying off a cliff.



Seismic.. nice shot, gotta love the 50mm on the RB.
Oct 10 12 11:20 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
-The Dave-
Posts: 8,584
Las Vegas, Nevada, US


annie lomowitz wrote:

nice, butt, I don't see the NC warning need -- ? -- got one at the portal also.

ah well "little pink houses for you and me"

The 18+ warning and link instead of [img] is needed because of the rules about posting NSFW images in the threads.

Oct 10 12 11:37 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
-The Dave-
Posts: 8,584
Las Vegas, Nevada, US


Here is a self portrait that my Grandfather did back in the 30's. Shot using a single frame and two large mirrors. 

http://www.daplv.com/MM/Scan-080.jpg
Oct 10 12 11:42 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
PhillipM
Posts: 6,249
Martin, Tennessee, US


The F-Stop wrote:
Phill, That RB is 12 pounds n hauling a VC is just plain old sherpa work.

Don't you know it.

Let see, I was carrying the RB with the 50mm, a 150, and 250 lens in the backpack.  Hell the 250mm weighs 2 lbs by itself... LOL

The Bogen Tripod with the 4x5 on it.  We would walk like 50 yards, then stop, so I could suck in some Oxygen... wink

Last time I climb Mtn's with it.  Trust me.

If I could sell my whole rig for close to what I have in it, and would entertain getting another 4x5 but in the field flavor.  I think I have close to 500.00 in the camera, lens, and Calumet Carrying case.

Oct 10 12 11:56 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
maso-arts
Posts: 1,103
Cincinnati, Ohio, US


There is some beautiful photography here.  Hopefully I won't drag it down too much.

http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8335/8088655084_df2308e846_z.jpg
Nikon F4 w/Nikkor 105 1.8 and Ilford XP-2
Oct 14 12 07:06 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
V Laroche
Posts: 2,745
New Orleans, Louisiana, US


I have a ton of Kodak Ektar 100 in 120. Why are you putting 35mm in your MF camera? I don't understand the point...?
Oct 14 12 07:15 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
-The Dave-
Posts: 8,584
Las Vegas, Nevada, US


V Laroche wrote:
I have a ton of Kodak Ektar 100 in 120. Why are you putting 35mm in your MF camera? I don't understand the point...?

Same reason I sometimes shoot 120 or 35mm in my 4x5. To do something different.

Oct 14 12 08:00 pm  Link  Quote 
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