graflex series d
graflex series d
Shooting w the 8x10 green monster c-1, outside, w a 300 ronar, 480 apo nikkor (a big beast of a lens) and 6.5 in dagor, trying out the whole 8x10 thing.
I also have a bunch of 35mm cameras loaded w tri-x and superia 400, for family pics.
Hasselblad + 80 mm + SW/C / HP5+ / Pentax spot meter
This makes me feel happy...
I should have a new ground-glass for the 11x14 this week or early next, so I'll actually be able to put it to some use! I put a frame through the 5x12 this weekend though... went up to Antietam battlefield to observe some of the anniversary events - this year was the 145th commemoration of the battle. Just shot a frame of the Burnside Bridge, no re-enactments.
Just for fun I took out a Agfa B2 Shur-Shot Special that I just added to my collection.
Very basic camera, but has dual 6x4.5 and 6x9 format and a cheesy built in yellow filter.
I wasn't expecting much and some of the shots were underexposed, but some were quite decent.
I did a group shot at a car show with my 8 and 10 cirkut ( a roll in each camera), and shot some portraits with my newly acquired graflex home portrait 5x7 (first time out)
I think it's going to be a lot of fun to work with when I get the hang of it. I using the 3.5 ross xpress lense wide open and love the look in the finder
A Seagull TLR with a fisheye converter lens plus red filter screwed on the viewing lens for focussing and framing and then on the bottom lens for exposure. Film is Ilford SFX. Final pictures will be masked to round on fibre based paper.
Ansco 8x10 with Bergger BPF200 in 3 holders, Minolta Maxxum 9000 with expired Tasma (1992?), Yashica-Mat with Ilford Pan-F, Nagel Vollenda with Efke R100, Falcon with Efke R100, Leica IIIc with Efke KB400
I used my Mamiya RB67 with 180mm lens at a ploughing match at the weekend. One DSLR owner commented "now that's a real camera!"
This week ????
Surely my DIANA and a 200 ISO Foma film
And properly some pictures with my 13x18 ICA......(100 iso FOMA)