Post your FILM Photography...

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by acearchie, Jul 10, 2010.

  1. acearchie macrumors 68040

    acearchie

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    I have seen over the last few months that there are still many users within this forum who still use film cameras.

    I myself have moved from digital to film as I think that it produces a much nicer image (grain vs. noise) also with the expense involved it really makes you think about every composition that much more.

    I develop and scan the images myself to keep costs down and really enjoy pulling the negs. from the chemicals knowing that you've got a film that's worked!

    Most of my shots have been taken using a Hasselblad 500ELM and I have yet to finish a roll of film on a Konica Autoreflex t4.

    I have shot and developed both colour and B&W and tend towards Ilford and Kodak as my favourite films.

    Please post your film stories and pictures!

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  2. emorydunn macrumors 6502

    emorydunn

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    I recently got a Mamiya C22 TLR and I've been shooting like crazy with it. I've got the photos over on Flickr if anyone wants to take a look. http://www.flickr.com/photos/emorydunn/sets/72157624217491924/

    Following suite, I've shot mostly back and white but some colour and if I remember correctly all the rolls I've shot have been Ilford at varying ISO.
     
  3. acearchie thread starter macrumors 68040

    acearchie

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    Phew! Thought I might be the only one. Really nice shots.

    Especially love the Depth of Field on this one:
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    Do you have you camera to compliment your digital?
     
  4. emorydunn macrumors 6502

    emorydunn

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    Thanks. And nope, you're not alone.

    That's one of my favourite shots as well. And one of the best part about medium format is the nice depth of field.

    And I do have a digital camera (a couple actually) but they're rather old so the medium format scans have way more detail in them :D
     

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