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N 203 B 82.4K C 18 E Nov 15, 2014 F Nov 15, 2014
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This is what I have been excitedly anticipating and was the reason for the purchase.

Rolleiflex SL66E + new film back without overlap issues + Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm f2 HFT + 120 Kodak Tri-X film..with lens set at full tilt for all images. It brings me back to my D800 freelensing days and at last I can start to get arty again! :) One thing I can't do with a Leica so really miss it.

Photos were taken in low light so I shot Kodak Tri-X 400@1600 approx then in developing wanted to create high contrast images so I did my usual Rodinal semi-stand development for 45mins at 21 degrees but with agitations every 10 minutes.

The negatives were therefore shot underexposed by 2 stops. I wanted to keep the blacks black and get the highlights to the brightness I saw when taking the image. By agitating more during the development the highlights get developed more than with regular stand developing to hopefully have 'correctly' exposed highlights.

The lighting for most of these photos was contrasty anyway so I had no interest to keep shadow detail.

Model - Katie

Workshop - mrleica.com/2014/11/14/3-day-leica-photography-workshop/

Rodinal Semi-stand Development - mrleica.com/2014/10/22/rodinal-semi-stand-development-2/

Tags:   rollei rolleiflex sl66 sl66e zeiss tilt 6x6 medium-format film analog analogue bw blackandwhite kodak kodakfilm kodaktrix trix mrleica filmgrain mono monochrome grain people portrait person model fashion beauty fashionphotographer fashionphotography modelphotography modelphotographer fashionphoto portraiture photography mattosborne matthewosborne mrleicacom

N 199 B 42.6K C 7 E Nov 15, 2014 F Nov 15, 2014
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Rolleiflex SL66E + new film back without overlap issues + Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm f2 HFT + 120 Kodak Tri-X film..with lens set at full tilt for all images.

I shot the Rollei SL66E camera on it's side to get horizontal tilt left to right rather than the usual vertical tilt. Handheld 1/30 at f2.8. 1/30 is doable with the SL66 if you have a steady hand and lack of light made it must!
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Photos were taken in low light so I shot Kodak Tri-X 400@1600 approx then in developing wanted to create high contrast images so I did my usual Rodinal semi-stand development for 45mins at 21 degrees but with agitations every 10 minutes.

The negatives were therefore shot underexposed by 2 stops. I wanted to keep the blacks black and get the highlights to the brightness I saw when taking the image. By agitating more during the development the highlights get developed more than with regular stand developing to hopefully have 'correctly' exposed highlights.

Model - Katie

Workshop - mrleica.com/2014/11/14/3-day-leica-photography-workshop/

Rodinal Semi-stand Development - mrleica.com/2014/10/22/rodinal-semi-stand-development-2/

Tags:   rollei rolleiflex sl66 sl66e zeiss tilt 6x6 medium-format film analog analogue bw blackandwhite kodak kodakfilm kodaktrix trix mrleica filmgrain mono monochrome grain people portrait person model fashion beauty fashionphotographer fashionphotography modelphotography modelphotographer fashionphoto portraiture photography mattosborne matthewosborne mrleicacom

N 171 B 42.5K C 9 E Nov 16, 2014 F Nov 16, 2014
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Rolleiflex SL66E + new film back without overlap issues + Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm f2 HFT + 120 Kodak Tri-X film..with lens set at full tilt for all images.
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Photos were taken in low light so I shot Kodak Tri-X 400@1600 approx then in developing wanted to create high contrast images so I did my usual Rodinal semi-stand development for 45mins at 21 degrees but with agitations every 10 minutes.

The negatives were therefore shot underexposed by 2 stops. I wanted to keep the blacks black and get the highlights to the brightness I saw when taking the image. By agitating more during the development the highlights get developed more than with regular stand developing to hopefully have 'correctly' exposed highlights.

Model - Katie

Workshop - mrleica.com/2014/11/14/3-day-leica-photography-workshop/

Rodinal Semi-stand Development - mrleica.com/2014/10/22/rodinal-semi-stand-development-2/

Tags:   rollei rolleiflex sl66 sl66e zeiss tilt 6x6 medium-format film analog analogue bw blackandwhite kodak kodakfilm kodaktrix trix mrleica filmgrain mono monochrome grain people portrait person model fashion beauty fashionphotographer fashionphotography modelphotography modelphotographer fashionphoto portraiture photography mattosborne matthewosborne mrleicacom

N 222 B 38.8K C 19 E Nov 15, 2014 F Nov 16, 2014
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Rolleiflex SL66E + new film back without overlap issues + Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm f2 HFT + 120 Kodak Tri-X film..with lens set at full tilt
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Photos were taken in low light so I shot Kodak Tri-X 400@1600 approx then in developing wanted to create high contrast images so I did my usual Rodinal semi-stand development for 45mins at 21 degrees but with agitations every 10 minutes. Dilution was my usual 1:150.

Model - Katie

Workshop - mrleica.com/2014/11/14/3-day-leica-photography-workshop/

Rodinal Semi-stand Development - mrleica.com/2014/10/22/rodinal-semi-stand-development-2/

Tags:   rollei rolleiflex sl66 sl66e zeiss tilt 6x6 medium-format film analog analogue bw blackandwhite kodak kodakfilm kodaktrix trix mrleica filmgrain mono monochrome grain people portrait person model fashion beauty fashionphotographer fashionphotography modelphotography modelphotographer fashionphoto portraiture photography mattosborne matthewosborne mrleicacom

N 116 B 51.3K C 4 E Nov 18, 2014 F Nov 18, 2014
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Rolleiflex SL66E + new film back without overlap issues + Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm f2 HFT + 120 Kodak Tri-X film..with lens set at full tilt. I focused on the mouth rather than the nearest eye for this one and it so happened the far eye also became in focus. It goes against the common 'rule' that the nearest eye should be sharp (and I agree) but I thought i'd post it all the same as another SL66 tilt example.
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Kodak Tri-X 400@1600 approx. 1:150 Rodinal semi-stand development for 45mins at 21 degrees, agitations every 10 minutes. Model - Katie

Really looking forward to the colour film coming back from the lab now! Colour Rolleiflex film photos! I cant wait but also hopeful that the max tilt wasn't OTT wrecking what would be nice images. It is a fine line but if I wasn't going to tilt the SL66 then I could just use a Hasselblad or my Kiev 88 (ARAX-CM) for standard 6x6 images. The only reason for this camera purchase was to shoot it with the lens tilted.

Workshop - mrleica.com/2014/11/14/3-day-leica-photography-workshop/

Rodinal Semi-stand Development - mrleica.com/2014/10/22/rodinal-semi-stand-development-2/

Tags:   hasselblad mrleica matt osborne matthew osborne hassy arax arax-cm kiev88 6x6 film analog analogue hasselbladski medium-format kodak t-max tmax 400 kodak t-max 400 bnw b&w black&white b&w film rollei rolleiflex sl66 sl66e zeiss tilt blackandwhite grain monochrome mono kodakfilm kodaktrix trix filmgrain people portrait person model fashion beauty fashionphotographer fashionphotography modelphotography modelphotographer fashionphoto portraiture photography mrleicacom


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