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A 'Film Shots' Thread

Discussion in 'Photo Threads' started by Speed, Oct 31, 2008.

  1. Speed

    Speed Got Epic?
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    I dunno about you lot but i often carry a film camera around with me and take the odd snap now and again. Trouble is i normaly post a report way before i develop the film and never have a chance to show them.

    Im sure more of you are in the same boat so lets see them! everyone knows film is way better!

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  2. tucker

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    Love the high royds photo. Looks like it could of been taken years ago when the hospital was in use

    Bought a lomo fisheye not long ago. Haven't used it much, and need to get into the habit of using free develop and printing at college :eek:


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  3. Brick_Man

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    not too keen on holga's, tried one but the price of dev 120 film @ a shop was crazy, so would save 120film for something decent :)
    You could prob get a full B&W dev set up with englarger, tanks, some dubious chemicals for £50 :thumb


    some film shots of mine.... most of the good ones are in B&W and lost somewhere in university :mad:

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    cherry knowle thru the lense of a £5 zenit :)

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    got loads more, somewhere :eek: Thats the problem with film, got to make a consicous effort to scan, upload film shots to computer, kinda forget most of the time.
     
  4. Styru

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    Not UE related (but sort of topical this time of year - and taken on real live, meat based, film)

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    La Cambe German war cemetery, France (taken April this year)


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  5. MOFO

    MOFO Don't Worry Be Happy
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    Finally found a decent independant film shop who scan at crazy resolutions for peanuts...

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    Clipstone south headstock + Birds, £10 canon EOS + tokina 19-35 + Portra 160nc no post editing to speak of.

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    as above, maybe not a great composition, but I like the filthyness of the steelwork & the tones.

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    'Gone Shopping'
    Derwent Pencil Factory, 1930's deco in concrete, Keswick, details same as above, film might have been the VC version or Fuji Reala, really can't remember :crazy

    All below are same setup as above but in a mixture of Reala & Portra NC:popcorn
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    Decided to have a dabble with a 'proper camera' (as my compact is very auto point and shoot) Here's a couple from me, both taken on a Zenit 12 XP, 50mm, Fujicolor superia 200:

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  8. AndyM

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    Not shot any film for a couple of months, here's a few from the past year or two:

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    nice shots speed, raising the bar once more!

    Here have some MOAH...

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    I like the flair and colours in this one. And this is why I like, no, love film! One shot, Ap priority, did this, bugger all editing, it just came out like that, in digi, it took a 5shot HDR and it was still flat and lifeless :(
     
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  11. DarkDog

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    Just a couple from Oil Mills West in Dover. Nikon F801, 19mm, 30 seconds at F11 on Ilford XP2.

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    afraid there pictures of pictures so quality isnt great and there not really exploring related

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    night shot, guessed the shutter timing on B mone and just rested it on a railing :D

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    and a close up, it will be staying in the bag for the next explore
     
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    I have a Zenit122, unfortunately the curtains are screwed and the repair man said 3 hours work - '100 quid mate, its not worth it'. Would quite like to get it fixed though as it was my Grandad's and has probably not taken more that 100 pictures - its mint.

    I've got a Spotmatic now which has a less klunky feel to it and takes decent pictures.

    If anybody knows anywhere that does hi res scans / developing in London I'd be interested to find out. SnappySnaps are not impressing me at the moment.

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    Every so often, my Fujica comes out to play - and although 75% of the shots are just 'passable' it is worth it for the rest.

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    One from my Spotmatic SP2 Fuji Superia ISO 200 Zenitar f2.8 16mm

    Pyestock Cell 4 (obviously) on Sunday

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