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N 15 B 23.8K C 1 E Jul 25, 2014 F Jul 24, 2014
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Test photo using my new 1983 Fujica GS645 Pro medium format folding camera. 120 Kodak T-Max 100@100 (as processes anyway) in Rodinal 1:150 semi-stand developing 50mins

Annoyingly the developed film came out almost completely clear. I managed to pull this detail using the scanner and photoshop. The Rodinal I used is more than a year old so I am glad it happened to this test roll rather than a film used for a model shoot.

It certainly gives a good vintage film look! War Memorial Park, Coventry

mrleica.com/2014/07/23/leica-size-gs645/

Tags:   Fujica fuji GS645 6x4.5 medium format film folding camera matthew osborne mrleica.com uk film photography kodak t-max tmax 100 kodak t-max 100 bnw b&w black&white b&w film analog analogue film camera believeinfilm filmforever ishootfilm filmisnotdead blackandwhite grain monochrome mono people person portrait model fashion beauty fashionphotographer fashionphotography modelphotography modelphotographer mrleica fashionphoto portraiture photography mattosborne

N 11 B 14.8K C 0 E Jul 25, 2014 F Jul 25, 2014
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Test photo using my new 1983 Fujica GS645 Pro medium format folding camera. 120 Kodak T-Max 100@100 (as processes anyway) in Rodinal 1:150 semi-stand developing 50mins

Annoyingly the developed film came out almost completely clear. I managed to pull this detail using the scanner and photoshop. The Rodinal I used is more than a year old so I am glad it happened to this test roll rather than a film used for a model shoot.

St Peter's Church, Harborne (taken after a walk around with a couple who are getting married here next week)

mrleica.com/2014/07/23/leica-size-gs645/

Tags:   Fujica fuji GS645 6x4.5 medium format film folding camera matthew osborne mrleica.com uk film photography kodak t-max tmax 100 kodak t-max 100 bnw b&w black&white b&w film analog analogue film camera believeinfilm filmforever ishootfilm filmisnotdead blackandwhite grain monochrome mono people person portrait model fashion beauty fashionphotographer fashionphotography modelphotography modelphotographer mrleica fashionphoto portraiture photography mattosborne

N 69 B 41.9K C 4 E Aug 2, 2014 F Aug 1, 2014
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1983 Fujica GS 645 Folding camera + 120 Fuji Pro 400H

I had a few rolls of film back from the lab today and 2 rolls were shot in my new Fuji GS645 medium format folding camera. I had shot ISO 400 film at shutter speeds of 1/500 down to 1/125 yet when the shutter fired it sound slow regardless of the shutter speed. To Err on the side of caution I asked the lab to process the film 400@100 (-2 stops) to give me a chance of getting something. Fuji Pro 400H has good lattitude anyway in the highlights so luckily when I scanned the negatives they looked perhaps +2/+3 overexposed but the detail was all retained. Phew! The negatives looked a little washed out as a result so I upped the saturation and contrast slighly before posting. In some reviews Portra and Fuji 400H colours can look very similar but I much prefer them here.

If you missed it shared a Kodak Portra vs Fuji Pro 400H blog post yesterday - mrleica.com/2014/07/31/shared-kodak-portra-160-400-800-vs...

Very happy with both the sharpness of the 75mm f3.4 Fujion lens and the possible shallow DOF. Great camera despite the flaws.

Tags:   Fujica fuji GS645 6x4.5 medium format film folding camera matthew osborne mrleica.com uk film photography

N 97 B 33.9K C 8 E Aug 2, 2014 F Aug 3, 2014
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1983 Fujica GS 645 Folding camera + 120 Fuji Pro 400H

I had a few rolls of film back from the lab today and 2 rolls were shot in my new Fuji GS645 medium format folding camera. I had shot ISO 400 film at shutter speeds of 1/500 down to 1/125 yet when the shutter fired it sound slow regardless of the shutter speed. To Err on the side of caution I asked the lab to process the film 400@100 (-2 stops) to give me a chance of getting something. Fuji Pro 400H has good lattitude anyway in the highlights so luckily when I scanned the negatives they looked perhaps +2/+3 overexposed but the detail was all retained. Phew!

If you missed it shared a Kodak Portra vs Fuji Pro 400H blog post yesterday - mrleica.com/2014/07/31/shared-kodak-portra-160-400-800-vs...

Tags:   Fujica fuji GS645 6x4.5 medium format film folding camera matthew osborne mrleica.com uk film photography

N 63 B 18.0K C 4 E Aug 3, 2014 F Aug 3, 2014
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Fujica GS645 Pro folding camera + Fuji Pro 400H film (crop)

I had a few rolls of film back from the lab and 2 rolls were shot in my new Fuji GS645 medium format folding camera. I had shot ISO 400 film at shutter speeds of 1/500 down to 1/125 yet when the shutter fired it sound slow regardless of the shutter speed. To Err on the side of caution I asked the lab to process the film 400@100 (-2 stops) to give me a chance of getting something. Fuji Pro 400H has good lattitude anyway in the highlights so luckily when I scanned the negatives they looked perhaps +2/+3 overexposed but the detail was all retained. Phew!

If you missed it - BLOG - Kodak Portra vs Fuji Pro 400H - mrleica.com/2014/07/31/shared-kodak-portra-160-400-800-vs...

Tags:   Fujica fuji GS645 6x4.5 medium format film folding camera matthew osborne mrleica.com uk film photography


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