Discussion in 'Film Discussion and Q & A' started by SoulfulRecover, Oct 7, 2016.
Canon EOS-1, EF 17-40l f4, Ilford Ortho 80, HC110B. Downtown Jackson MI
Test roll from my Minolta XE-7 and Lomo100/70-210 "beercan". I was also carrying my new Yashica MAT-124G and shot the same subjects with them both(shown separately). Pics are of some of the structures at the Mt. Etna Iron Furnace near Williamsburg, PA. The furnace operated from 1795-1873. Shots are of the Mule Barn, Women's Dormitory, Furnace, Men's Dormitory, a Pourman's Cabin.
Neat piece of history you have there..I love those beercan lenses. I have both, 35-70 f4, 70-210 f4. They really are very good optically.
Picked up a Gevabox yesterday. Such a fun camera.
Taken with expired Fuji Superia 100
DSC_5216 by Machiavelliar, on Flickr
DSC_5212 by Machiavelliar, on Flickr
DSC_5210 by Machiavelliar, on Flickr
DSC_5215 by Machiavelliar, on Flickr
Had to look that one up. Neat, good looking old camera, and does pretty well also. Mike Butkus lists a user's manual, just on the off chance you don't have one.
Tried some film that expired 14 years ago (2007). Over-exposed 1.5 stops and it came out about right. Kodak HD4 ASA 400:
Testing film that expired 14 year ago by Peeb OK, on Flickr
I admire anyone who can get excellent results from expired film....I just can't get it right.
This is from my second roll ever on an Olympus OM-1n with Ilford hp5+. Finally got the manual focus working right. How do you nail manual focus on subjects without straight lines? I can use the prism with straight lines but for flowers and living things it's a challenge knowing when I've nailed the focus
They make 14 interchangeable focus screens
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