Haven't been able to get into the darkroom to enlarge these, but wanted to share some neg scans from my 6x6 Russian Iskra (75mm f/3.5 Tessar lens). It's a fun camera that has been accompanying me to school and these shots are all off of the first two rolls. I've started parking on different streets as I walk to school and photographing the stoops that interest me. There are another 3 or 4 rolls of these to be developed! All are Iskra 6x6 Rangefinder with Foma400 (Arista.edu Ultra) @ 200 in HC-110. The exposures on all of these shots were just guessed, but I started carrying an incident meter with me for the 3rd roll. First image off of the camera: Second negative, which Cara took of me... I swear she's a better photographer than I am AND she makes a much better model! Definitely not fair This third image is later that evening at Cara's apartment while she was checking her email. If I remember correctly this was just guessed to be 1 sec @ f/3.5 (the slowest other than B on the camera and wide open)... oh, yeah, ALL of these images are hand-held. It takes a humongous tripod screw and I don't have an adaptor yet. Lunch with my friend Travis resulted in this shot before we left. Probably one of my favorites off of the roll as it captures him in a moment of thought as we were having one of our "deep" conversations on random philosophies. Here we start with some of the stoop shots Finally, an old car for Jim Galli I'm very much liking the "look" of the old, uncoated Tessar, but since the lens seems to be a little low contrast and so I might look for a yellow filter to adapt onto the end of this puppy. Just thought I would share.