battle DSLR vs. SLR

Musicians in particular know the moment when they can find and set the right sound on the most extensive digital amplifier, full of presets. Yes, this sounds exactly like my beloved Mesa Boogie Mark IIC +. The difference between the new technology and the decades-old technology is that you just have to press the ON button on the old amplifier. It is the same when shooting on analog camera. After many attempts, I managed to get a similar atmosphere in a photo taken on a DSLR(switch to BW etc.) which I captured on 35mm film after a one press of the start button. Anyway, I’m glad I can use all the technology.

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Art

When shooting on very old negatives, for which it is not clear how they were stored for decades, it is likely that their photographs will be terrible. It was no different when shooting on a scroll negative from 1976. Each of the photos is a small disaster. The signs from the paper cover strip shine on the negative. However, this does not mean that something cannot be made from such a photograph. The first shot is one such “disaster”. If you put a little work into such an image, a quite interesting photo image can be created, which I would not be ashamed to put in a frame.

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The principle of life …

These apples on the garden table are my grateful photoshoot. They were photographed without snow, with snow, under snow and are still waiting for some hungry bird to taste them. So far, they are just playing the shadow theater : 1 + 1 = 3(and more…).

and how else but an analogous film Fomapan F21 processing process that expired in 1984 and 1976 . Leica R7 and Pentacon Six (Up)

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be positive …

Some time ago I bought really older negatives and among them the reverse(positive) films Fomapan R21. It’s the kind of material that allowed us to project diapositives. It was a beautiful time when a few people gathered and they could see the photos and talk about them, for example with the wine . The magic was in the screening. Some of you may still remember that awful feeling when you came somewhere to visit, where you were forced to view hundreds of 10 x 15 cm photos. They forced you to take those photos over the edge so as not to get them too dirty. And they checked to see if you were really looking at them. Viewing the projected diapositives was like being in a movie theater. The following photos were taken during this year’s Christmas carp purchase for the R21 reverse film made in March 1984.

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be old tree …

As I wrote in a previous post, I used up all the available pictures on a huge old tree by the road. This negative film was the color … but I just enjoy black and white….

Contax 139Q, Yashica 50mm, full analog process, switch to monochrome

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wow….

Today, on the way back from the business meeting, I noticed one tree. I’ve traveled this route a thousand times and I’ve only noticed him today. Again … WOW. The last shot was available in Leica. About a third of the film remained in the second camera with a color negative. It was such a beautiful light and I cursed that I just set off without spare negatives.Now I have to dry the color negative quickly so I can look at it again….

Leica R7 VE-28-70mm, Fomapan 400 profiline, Full analog process

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Large format

Magnola 13 x 18, ISO 100, exp. 1/10, f5,6 Full analog Pull process Kodak T-max. Because I don’t have a magnificer for such large negatives at home, I scanned the board in parts and then merged the parts in Lightroom. I took other pictures on large format FKD, but the negatives are still in the process. I probably fell in love with the big format 😁.

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My friend Jan, the same photography enthusiast as I did, did not forget to take my picture during this godly activity😁😁😁.

diagnosis: Photographer …

Those who suffer from this diagnosis certainly understand me. From time to time I buy old, sometimes very old negative films in the bazaar. The reason is simple. With such material, you never have a chance to enter the same river twice. You even have a no chance to know what river you’re entering. You will find out everything only after the process of developing the negative is completed. The following pictures were taken on a negative from 1989. It still responds quite well to light, even though I already knew that I had to take pictures with an overexposure of at least 3 EV. I have the oldest such negatives from 1974. But I will wait with them until a really sunny day and a good idea.

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