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some pix yesterday with the Signet 35

Discussion in 'Film Forum' started by chubasco, Mar 22, 2011.

  1. Was up on Monte Sano with a friend and her two daughters and here are a few
    using Arista Premium 400>800 and Diafine, 4.5+4.5 @24C:

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    scans 2400dpi, Epson 4490

    Whatever my Gossen Digisix was giving me, I halved the shutter speed time. The sun was coming in and out of clouds making metering a constant thing.

    Her younger daughter's head was on a swivel, drove me nuts, but I might have
    a good shot with the Mamiyaflex, haven't dev'd the roll.

    Also, somewhere on the mountain is a little zippered cover that has Gossen
    written on it.:biggrin:
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  2. sunmay


    Apr 29, 2010
    Very very nice portraits, Bill.
  3. shtarka1


    Feb 1, 2008
    Bill, These Are So Captivating & Telling Through Their Eyes! First & The Last Are My Favorites but I Love Them All! The Processing Is Timeless! Great Job!
  4. Glad you like them, Ky!:smile:

    Steve, thanks much, too kind! It was fun getting out on the mountain yesterday, our spring weather is finally here!:smile:
  5. Nice series, I agree with Steve, truly captivating. Sorry to hear about the Gossen cover. I have not used the one that was supplied with my Sekonic and probably wouldn't miss it.
  6. Ray, thanks, yeah, I don't think the cover is all that important either. Here's
    one from a TMAX 400 roll I shot yesterday using the Mamiyaflex C2, Sekor
    3.5/105 lens:

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    Thornton's 2-Bath homebrew, 5+5, 20C, 1200dpi, Epson 4490

    have a few more to work on

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  7. shtarka1


    Feb 1, 2008
    So sharp & telling! Nice contrast, side light & biting IQ! Super shot Bill!
  8. Thanks, Steve! I took two pics of her and both came out OK with the Mamiyaflex.
    I think she found the camera fascinating, not too impressed with the little
    Signet 35.:biggrin:
  9. Great shots Bill, the last one is my favorite, beautiful eyes, no doubt that you got her attention!
  10. Chris101


    Feb 2, 2005
    The vintage Kodak lens has a great character for that sulky looks she's got (especially in the first three.) You've gotten a winner here!

  11. Thanks, Fredrik!

    Chris, love this little camera, you need to get the shutter fixed on yours.

    I posted a couple more from the Mamiya in the B&W section:

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  12. The third shot is a winner!

  13. Thanks, Samuel! :smile:
  14. One more from the roll last Monday:

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    Arista Premium 400>800, Diafine 4.5+4.5, 24C
  15. Great shots Bill, I really like the 3rd and 4th ones. That youngest has really got a look! It's hard not to love a baby photo isn't it?:biggrin:
  16. Thanks, Tim, she wasn't the easiest subject, that's for sure! :biggrin:
  17. Came back for another look at these. They do have a "certain" feel. I like!

  18. Thanks, Samuel, have a roll of expired TriX I'll be trying next! :biggrin: Found
    the Seris V adapter and hood off the 'bay:

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  19. That's a sweet looking rig Bill, really nice!:smile:
  20. Thanks, Tim, this has become a fave! :smile:
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