Yashica 635 Medium Format Photography

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by ashcurrie, Apr 25, 2010.

  1. ashcurrie macrumors newbie

    ashcurrie

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    Hi guys thought i would share a new gallery on my website of my first venture into the world of medium format photography!!

    http://www.adamcurrie.co.uk/blog/

    Enjoy and any comments or suggestions would be greatly appreciated

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend!!

    A
     
  2. Kebabselector macrumors 68030

    Kebabselector

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    Nice, reminds me I must get out and use my medium format gear (Mamiya TLR, FujiFilm GA645Zi).

    Great quote from your blog.....

    My Fridge (actually the freezer cos it's well out date)

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  3. Grey Beard macrumors 65816

    Grey Beard

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    Yashica 635

    That was a TLR that I learned a lot on as a kid. Are you just using the 120 film or do you have the 35mm carriage too. I think I still have mine around somewhere. When the mighty Leica III came along I tended to use that the most. Ah the days of my miss spent youth.

    KGB
     
  4. Pikemann Urge macrumors 6502

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    Adam, I really liked the second shot (the one with the girl on the grass). Of course it isn't technically perfect but the subject's pose, clothing and expression, and the overall texture add up to a nice photo.
     
  5. acearchie macrumors 68040

    acearchie

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    Really nice share! Thanks for this.

    After shooting Lomo I decided that I wanted a little more perfection so I purchased a Hasselblad 500 ELM to compliment my dad's set of lenses and can't wait to shoot some film.

    On two side notes... Develop your own film! It's ridiculously easy and much cheaper as well! I have had nothing but perfect results (well I think so atleast)

    Also why does everyone recommend keeping the films in the fridge? I keep mine fairly cool but the expirary date isn't for ages and I plan on using them soon!
     

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