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Borrowed Tie Portrait. April 2014 #believeinfilm
Zenza Bronica ETRSi (645)  Zenzanon-PE 1:2.8 f=75mm on Tri-X 400 @400 developed in Spur HCD-S + HCD-2 (2 min 30 sec. agitations then stand; 5:30 min 30 sec. agitations then every minute 3 times, 22°C) 

Borrowed Tie Portrait. April 2014 #believeinfilm

Zenza Bronica ETRSi (645)  Zenzanon-PE 1:2.8 f=75mm on Tri-X 400 @400 developed in Spur HCD-S + HCD-2 (2 min 30 sec. agitations then stand; 5:30 min 30 sec. agitations then every minute 3 times, 22°C) 

My Son photobombing a Double Portrait. July 2014 #believeinfilm

Zenza Bronica ETRSi (645) Zenzanon-PE 1:2.8 f=75mm on Tri-X 400 @400 developed in Spur HCD-S + HCD-2 (2 min 30 sec. agitations then stand; 5:30 min 30 sec. agitations then every minute 3 times, 22°C) 

My Son photobombing a Double Portrait. July 2014 #believeinfilm

Zenza Bronica ETRSi (645) Zenzanon-PE 1:2.8 f=75mm on Tri-X 400 @400 developed in Spur HCD-S + HCD-2 (2 min 30 sec. agitations then stand; 5:30 min 30 sec. agitations then every minute 3 times, 22°C) 

Slighty Out-Of-Focus Portrait (shot by my son). February 2014 #believeinfilm
Zenza Bronica ETRSi (645)  Zenzanon-PE 1:3.5 f=150mm on new Kodak Portra 160 @100, developed and scanned by FINDLab, USA.

Slighty Out-Of-Focus Portrait (shot by my son). February 2014 #believeinfilm

Zenza Bronica ETRSi (645)  Zenzanon-PE 1:3.5 f=150mm on new Kodak Portra 160 @100, developed and scanned by FINDLab, USA.

Window Light Portrait. July 2014 #believeinfilm
I’d had some shots left on a roll which needed to be finished: shooting double portraits of my son’s class for a farewell gift to their class teacher… My daughter was a willing subject showing off new dress. More to come…

Zenza Bronica ETRSi (645)  Zenzanon-PE 1:2.8 f=75mm (shot wide open!) on Tri-X 400 @400 developed in Spur HCD-S + HCD-2 (2 min 30 sec. agitations then stand; 5:30 min 30 sec. agitations then every minute 3 times, 22°C). 

Window Light Portrait. July 2014 #believeinfilm

I’d had some shots left on a roll which needed to be finished: shooting double portraits of my son’s class for a farewell gift to their class teacher… My daughter was a willing subject showing off new dress. More to come…

Zenza Bronica ETRSi (645)  Zenzanon-PE 1:2.8 f=75mm (shot wide open!) on Tri-X 400 @400 developed in Spur HCD-S + HCD-2 (2 min 30 sec. agitations then stand; 5:30 min 30 sec. agitations then every minute 3 times, 22°C). 

believeinfilm:

Share if you think it is stupid Nikon says no film photography in their contests.

well – this is indeed a move which is aimed at profit. They are makers of digital cameras. I pity them for abandoning where they came from.

believeinfilm:

Share if you think it is stupid Nikon says no film photography in their contests.

well – this is indeed a move which is aimed at profit. They are makers of digital cameras. I pity them for abandoning where they came from.

Belonging! January 2014 #believeinfilm
Bringing grandfather to his train.
Nikon F2 Photomic Nikkor-S.C Auto 1:1.4 f=50mm (Non Ai) on new Kodak Portra 400 @200 developed and scanned by FINDLab, USA.

Belonging! January 2014 #believeinfilm

Bringing grandfather to his train.

Nikon F2 Photomic Nikkor-S.C Auto 1:1.4 f=50mm (Non Ai) on new Kodak Portra 400 @200 developed and scanned by FINDLab, USA.

Dear followers

filmus-monochromus:

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I am writing to inform you of the tragic passing of my father Andy, better known as Filmus Monochromus. His death was due to cancer and was quick and peaceful.

I thank you all for the love and support you have shown my father through the years and i hope to still continue the uploads, not daily but at least frequent.

- Jack

I am very very sorry to hear that. I followed Andy building his darkroom and had recent exchanges about life on the beach. … 

asks:
Hi Rolf, Yes the VI-L is a 39mm screw mount. Completely compatible with Leica and CV screw mount lenses. The Canon screw mount lenses are pretty good for their age too.

thanks. I just wondered. No, I am not adding yet another 35mm camera to my growing stack – growing (and going) larger by the day…

Leaves as if made of Glass. June 2014 #believeinfilm
Mamiya RB 67 Pro S Mamiya K/L 1:3.5 f=127mm L on Tri-X 400 @400 developed in Spur HCD-S + HCD-2 (2 min 30 sec. agitations then stand; 5:30 min 30 sec. agitations then every minute 3 times, 22°C).

Leaves as if made of Glass. June 2014 #believeinfilm

Mamiya RB 67 Pro S Mamiya K/L 1:3.5 f=127mm L on Tri-X 400 @400 developed in Spur HCD-S + HCD-2 (2 min 30 sec. agitations then stand; 5:30 min 30 sec. agitations then every minute 3 times, 22°C).

Foxglove (Digitalis) in our Garden. June 2014 #believeinfilm
I am still fumbling my way around the DOF with RB 67. In this case the focus pane was too small… I still love the light crest around the little leaves cresting the flower heads and the structure on the bigger leaf below.

The scan showed some newton rings because I put the negative the wrong way in… I cover 120 film  with an anti-newton glass to keep it flat but one has to remember to let it curve UP. Well film was quite flat so I didn’t notice. Aperture kept me covered though – easy correction with the retouch tool. 
Mamiya RB 67 Pro S Mamiya K/L 1:3.5 f=127mm L on Tri-X 400 @400 developed in Spur HCD-S + HCD-2 (2 min 30 sec. agitations then stand; 5:30 min 30 sec. agitations then every minute 3 times, 22°C) 

Foxglove (Digitalis) in our Garden. June 2014 #believeinfilm

I am still fumbling my way around the DOF with RB 67. In this case the focus pane was too small… I still love the light crest around the little leaves cresting the flower heads and the structure on the bigger leaf below.

The scan showed some newton rings because I put the negative the wrong way in… I cover 120 film  with an anti-newton glass to keep it flat but one has to remember to let it curve UP. Well film was quite flat so I didn’t notice. Aperture kept me covered though – easy correction with the retouch tool. 

Mamiya RB 67 Pro S Mamiya K/L 1:3.5 f=127mm L on Tri-X 400 @400 developed in Spur HCD-S + HCD-2 (2 min 30 sec. agitations then stand; 5:30 min 30 sec. agitations then every minute 3 times, 22°C)