thats the beauty of it.....cheap shots
Been a while since I've been in here. Shot some lomo 800 color recently, highest ISO film I've shot so far. Need to get that and another roll developed soon.
Edit: Great shots recently Eric. Diggin it man.
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i had a mamiya 645 pro tl for a while. its similar and easier to use...the 503cw i have to say makes you think more. also i like the color and contrast zeiss lens produce. ultimately its just another camera i have in rotation.
get one....its cheap!!! you can get everything you need to shoot for around 800 bucks ! you can always sell it for what you got it for probably in 3 years...try that with any dslr
Also, the ability to resell old film cameras at a high price, possibly what you paid for them is one of the benefits of those cameras. Especially Hasselbladss, since they're built to withstand a nuclear blast and because their craftsmanship is second to none.
After sitting on these rolls for about 2 years, yes I know, I'm a slacker, I finally sent these out to be processed. I was using a Russian Hasse' knockoff from the 60s, some of the shots came out great, others had serious light damage issues. Here's a small sample. I have about 50 or 60 total, but I'm not going to clutter up this thread.
some weird vignetting and light lines on this one:
and one of the wife in SanFran just off of Lombard. again with some distortion.
Thanks for posting
Do you remember what film type and speed you were using? I know it was two years ago...I can hardly remember that stuff from last week..
Anyway, I would recommend trying to stay conscious of keeping the horizons straight and controlling distortion a bit like in any other photog medium.
Do you still have that knockoff camera around?
man, I didn't realize how off my horizons were until you pointed it out. I guess that's one of the challenges of a waist level finder. I'll fix them in post before I do anything serious with them.
And yes, it is a Kiev and a lesser known Caciot (sp?) body. I have 2, one has a sticky shutter so I grabbed a backup body.
Funny, for as long as I have been around the tex, I really haven't ever looked at this thread. I guess it is because, I don't post as much as I used to. Anyways, we shoot a fair amount of film for our weddings. Most of the wedding stuff is shot digitally, but if the wedding has the right light, we may shoot a number of rolls of film. The film cameras that we may use are a Hasselblad H2, Yashica 124G, Canon EOS 1V, Polaroid 600SE (with Fuji Pack film), and am trying to get the Impossible Project film down to start bringing one of my Polaroid SX-70. Here is one to share:
Hassy H2 w/100mm 2.2 lens:
I always dig your stuff Azul
I currently have a roll of Ilford Delta 100 and Fujichrome 100 at the lab being processed. Ilford has been my favorite B&W film I've used in my short history of working with 35mm and the Fuji100 is the first roll of velvia I've shot.
I'm really excited to see the results
First up is the Delta 100
Lady Friend (she's going to kill me that this was posted on a forum)
Smile! by delgiudice, on Flickr
I really love my N80
Zeko by delgiudice, on Flickr
DC has the best flag
DC Stars by delgiudice, on Flickr
Love this one
The Drifter by delgiudice, on Flickr
Hit up the Occupy DC camp
Occupy K St by delgiudice, on Flickr
Takeover by delgiudice, on Flickr
Apparently this dude is letting the ass chase him
Chasin' Ass by delgiudice, on Flickr
Killin' Time by delgiudice, on Flickr
I love the tent/camp in front of the cityscape backdrop
Urban Campsite by delgiudice, on Flickr
Whiskey or Death by delgiudice, on Flickr
I finally picked up a yellow correction filter for all future outdoor rolls of black and white....wtFF was I thinking not buying one of these earlier??
Here are my first Velvia 100 colorslides. Digital Color Photography is now officially dead to me. Today is now day 1 of year 0..my D50 will be relegated to practicing off camera lighting and toting around on a whim.
Any serious outdoor street, nature, etc shooting will be shot with Velvia and I'm not looking back.
This was just a casual walk around to test color rendition and exposure; no filters and the only PP work was a quick resizing of each plus a slight crop or two here and there.
First frame of Velvia
Velvia 100 20 by delgiudice, on Flickr
Does anyone know what the hell this is?
Velvia 100 18 by delgiudice, on Flickr
Velvia 100 17 by delgiudice, on Flickr
Velvia 100 16 by delgiudice, on Flickr
Velvia 100 13 by delgiudice, on Flickr
Velvia 100 14 by delgiudice, on Flickr
Not bad for shooting into the sun
Velvia 100 12 by delgiudice, on Flickr
Velvia 100 11 by delgiudice, on Flickr
I shot this alleyway plastered in Shepard Fairey over the summer with my D50 and came back to finish off the last of this roll. This time around was late in the day and the wall was covered in shadow so it's not nearly what it could be. I'll be back a third time, for sure.
Velvia 100 8 by delgiudice, on Flickr
Colors are very muted in this one
Velvia 100 7 by delgiudice, on Flickr
Velvia 100 3 by delgiudice, on Flickr
Velvia 100 1 by delgiudice, on Flickr
10 packs of Velvia 50 & 100 have been ordered and are currently on their way