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



    Pentax 67II - SMC Takumar 105mm - TMY2 - XTOL1:1
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    Lisbonne, rolleiflex 3,5f, fp4.


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

    With MF i had more tests/experiments than LF, in fact i only did shoot 5 sheets, so i can't talk about LF yet.

    Here are 3 shots from my beginning with MF:






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

    A few recent photos.

    Scan-141011-0002 BW by Kirigakuresaizoh, on Flickr

    RB67 140mm

    South Tucson clouds sml by Kirigakuresaizoh, on Flickr

    Mamiya 7II 43mm

    Beckwith Small by Kirigakuresaizoh, on Flickr

    Mamiya 645 45mm Acros

    Stairs by Kirigakuresaizoh, on Flickr

    Mamiya 7II 43mm

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

    One of the saddest pictures I've taken--the result of a short fall out of my friend's truck. Where I learned the hard way to stick with one oversized format at a time. At least it was an excuse to get a new ground glass though.

    ;( by thermionic_valve, on Flickr

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    I like that staircase Jim. Hetocy; that seems to be a photo of the girls' personalities! Nicely done.

    Not an awardwinning portrait or anything, but I'm pleased with it as an example of seeing all aspects of the photo at once; background, lines, tones, shapes, etc... I saw the scene with the donkey kong tilted lines and asked my daughter to sit for a photo in it, knowing how the blond hair would stand out from the tree of different texture/tone. A gray day is fun with B&W film.


    img490 by philbrookjason, on Flickr

    This is about knowing one camera+lens+film and the environment one is shooting. With practice, I can sometimes know before I raise the camera to my eye, how it's going to render backgrounds of this type and distance at certain apertures. I can see the lines of the charlie brown tree and know they will integrate or stand out. (When I don't know, I take the shot anyhow hoping to learn and get lucky)


    img502 by philbrookjason, on Flickr

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    @jp

    Thanks for the comment.

    I think gray days are great in color as well - I love the way purples and reds and blues stand out from green foliage. Don't get many of them in Tucson though:<)

    Windmill 300 by Kirigakuresaizoh, on Flickr

    This one was done with the Mamiya 7II with the 210mm "guess focus" (ie not coupled to the rangefinder) lens.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by jp View Post
    Not an awardwinning portrait or anything, but I'm pleased with it as an example of seeing all aspects of the photo at once; background, lines, tones, shapes, etc... I saw the scene with the donkey kong tilted lines and asked my daughter to sit for a photo in it, knowing how the blond hair would stand out from the tree of different texture/tone. A gray day is fun with B&W film.
    I like that one jp, as well as your description. I think that sometimes photographers tend to look at their subjects as if they were looking through a window, and in doing so loose sight of the picture as a collection of shapes and lines in a two dimensional rectangle. I think it's helpful to be able to switch back and forth between these two perspectives. And oh, her striped pants really make it!

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