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This is a discussion on Four Letter Word within the Black and White - Monochrome/Monotone - photography forum forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Shot with a Mamiya 645 Pro TL and a 150mm Mamiya Sekor N 3.5 at f/5.6 on TMax 400. This ...

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    Shot with a Mamiya 645 Pro TL and a 150mm Mamiya Sekor N 3.5 at f/5.6 on TMax 400.





    This is from a Fujica Drive. I can't tell you how much I dig this little camera. Its a Half Frame, meaning that it gives you 72 exposures in portrait mode on a standard 36 exposure roll. The funny thing is that you have to hold the camera vertical for a landscape format. The coolest thing is that there's a knob on the bottom that lets the camera be wound like a watch for about 18-20 consecutive shots.

    Fujica was always know for the sharpness of its glass and if you look at the camera's specs you can see how it would make a great street tool.

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    Here's another made with the Mamiya 645. My best buddy, Tramp.



    All processed in caffenol.
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    Thanks for sharing these. They are all interesting to look at. One night shortly after looking at one of your older posts here, I went on eBay and bid on a Canon AE-1 Program with an 80-200 FD lens, and won. Bought a battery, some film and have a scanner that works with negatives, i.e. has a Transparent materials Adapter. So I've been shooting film. I discovered one camera store in Calgary that will develop my non C-41 process film, and my 10 year old scanner works. Eventually I might get to Caffenol. I had to figure out software for the scanner and for converting negatives. Vuescan and Color Perfect are okay, although I'm still experimenting with using Silver FX Pro with Photoshop. Not ready to post yet, but a few are in my Flickr stream. I have a film at the developer, but it's definitely not like digital. Have to wait a week to get it back.
    Thanks for the inspiration. So far I have no urges to purchase more cameras, only film.
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    Barefoot - you will be able to open a museum soon. Keep 'em, coming

    mbrager, the AE-1 program was my first SLR and the one I still use for film (periodically). I have 50mm Canon FD lens a Vivitar28mm and a 70-210. Each time I see this thread of Barefoot's I get inspired again to get it out. Will do so today - I have film in there that has been in there too long.
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    I made this with a Kowa SIX a few months ago using the Kowa 85mm f/2.8 @ f/8 125sec on TMAX 100 and processed in caffenol. This 6x6 format lens behaves much like a 50mm lens would on a 35mm frame. I haven't managed to get much wider than that in my effort to begin building a small system on the body, but the acquisition of a 55mm f/3.5 is a start. In the 6x6 format this 55mm lens is very much like a 35mm lens on a 35mm frame and that starts to show a fair amount of territory in landscapes. I havenít had a chance to run a full roll through it yet with the 55mm attached for any of the frames, but it won't be long before I have some to show.


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