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    This was taken with a Leica M10 Monochrom. It's a digital camera, but produces only black and white images. Lens was a 35mm.
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    Nice aerial image of what looks like Chicago's lake shore, and of the Bahai temple jutting up in the top third of the photo.
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    Hasselblad XPan II + 30/5.6 + Kodak TMax 100

    20211019_0019.JPG

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonelyboy888 View Post
    Hasselblad XPan II + 30/5.6 + Kodak TMax 100

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    Holla, that's a great place and you captured it well! :-)

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    Damn, that's Clyde Butcher level work!!!

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    I hope that you will accept the dot of red


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    This is a phone shot of a Jonathan Irish print he gave me. He's a National Geo photographer (or has been, I don't know if he's still doing that). You'll no doubt recognize the South Dakota Badlands, one of his favorite places. Wish we could have the quality of the original image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lonelyboy888 View Post
    Hasselblad XPan II + 30/5.6 + Kodak TMax 100

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    It is a beautiful photo!!
    Amazingly any photos come through this lens is having this CINEMATIC EFFECT IN B&W.
    I confess I have used this camera and it is getting dust in my storage bag and I guess it is still loaded with a colour film about several years old. I must have look when I have time.
    I will post few image to this thread soon and I am adding a link here to some photography Of my Bald X-PanII. https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/...lleryid=574826
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    Does videogame photography count?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IT's MAR View Post
    Does videogame photography count?
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    Haven't thought about this possibility

    It may ruffle some feathers and pushes the envelope, but hey, it's making a composition using B&W light values.

    So I have no objection.
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    Hanging Chimes

    A touch of abstract...
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    one of my rare pen related black and white photos:


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    On Friday, January 7, 2022 at 5 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Amelia Davis, who is the steward of the late Jim Marshall's photos, will be talking about Jim's work and the documentary Show Me the Picture

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    My dog Lucky, God rest him, struggled in unshoveled snow in 2016. Tri-X film.

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    At least Lucky is dressed warmly!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FredRydr View Post
    I went into the last local traditional camera and film processing shop in the region, and asked if I could have contact prints made of hundreds of old 120 and 35mm film strips. I wanted contact prints to sort and cull the negatives and choose full-size prints. He was eager to help, but he replied that neither he nor any labs do contact prints of film anymore.

    If anyone knows of a lab in the USA that does B&W (and color) contact prints, please share. (Or is there a digital equivalent I can do with my MFC printer/scanner? I would assume the negatives have to be backlighted to scan...right? I am reluctant to delve into digital equipment to do a one-time job of viewing thousands of negative images. I gave up on finding a decent negative scanner a decade ago, but maybe things are easier now.)
    Fred , You have two option to get a Film scanner . ( 35Mm/ medium format ) It the Epson Flatbed scanner with which you could use a dedicated negative holder to do the scanning.
    Secondly if you could find a Nikon Cool scanner for medium format it is the top choice. It is relatively costly as you can reproduce Hi-Res scanning.
    Also you can check for a Nikon Cool scanner for 35mm Only. It is less expensive and only for 35mm.
    Although Nikon do not supports... Nikon 's own Software for the present PC Or Mac flat forms ,there are independent Software developers do that to for continued used to keep those two Old scanners!!
    If you want to digitise on to HI-RESELUTION FILES IT IS WORTH LOOKING AT THOSE TWO SCANNERS!!!

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