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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Hi everyone, fairly new to this forum and the first time I've flicked through this thread... WOW.... some absolutely wonderful images.

    I have shot MF for about 5 years and recently got a large format camera which comes out occasionally but the cost means that my trusty Rolleiflex, Mamiya C330f and my Ross Ensign 820 still get lots of use. Here's one from each camera.

    This a local folly called Mow Cop, Ross Ensign 820 on Fuji Acros 100, devved in Ilford LC39.
    Mow-Cop1 by Andy, on Flickr

    Mamiya C330f with 55mm lens on Acros 100
    White-Rose-b&w by Andy, on Flickr

    Rolleiflex Automat on Kodak Portra 400, Wastwater in the English Lake District with Great Gable in the distance.
    Wastwater-RA-Ekt100 by Andy, on Flickr

    Andy

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    Ryan Library, the Hill School, Pottstown PA. Bronica SQ-A, HP5+ in Adonal 1:50.
    Simply beautiful !!
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    I haven't seen that building since 1966 when I said goodbye to it and the home of KIWI polish. At that time I stood in front of it, gazed deeply and told myself I would never see it again. A habit I started that day.

    Imagine my surprise this morning!

    Thanks for the memory.

    Nice image.

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    Ryan Library, the Hill School, Pottstown PA. Bronica SQ-A, HP5+ in Adonal 1:50.
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    Driftwood Branch of the Sinnemahoning Creek



    Mamiya M 645 Super-80/2.8
    T-Max 100/PMK Pyro
    scan of 5x7 print
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Quote Originally Posted by Fangel View Post
    Simply beautiful !!
    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Moe View Post
    I haven't seen that building since 1966 when I said goodbye to it and the home of KIWI polish. At that time I stood in front of it, gazed deeply and told myself I would never see it again. A habit I started that day.

    Imagine my surprise this morning!

    Thanks for the memory.

    Nice image.
    Thank you both!

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    Kodak Medalist I, 100mm F3.5, Kodak Tri-X

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    Mamiya RB67, 90mm F3.8C, Kodak Tri-X
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    Mamiya 645 Super, 55mm F2.8, Kodak T-Max 400
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andysnap View Post

    Rolleiflex Automat on Kodak Portra 400, Wastwater in the English Lake District with Great Gable in the distance.
    Wastwater-RA-Ekt100 by Andy, on Flickr

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    Lovely shot of Wastwater and lucky with the weather too - you don't often get Great Gable to clearly

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Aislabie View Post
    Lovely shot of Wastwater and lucky with the weather too - you don't often get Great Gable to clearly

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    Thank you Martin. Yes, very lucky indeed and it stayed like this all day.

    Andy

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    That's got some interesting angle to it, Austin. I always enjoy your perspective on the Northwest. Of course, it's perfectly obviously that the building wasn't here
    in California, or else there would be a day old real estate sign on it, "Bargain Fixer Upper, One Million Dollars", with a "Sold" stapled over that.

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