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few shots…

One of the photos caught my eye already on the negative when I took it out of the fixer… I spent a while trying to remember where I took the picture 🙂📷🙃🌞

  • Pentacon Six TL, Flektogon Zebra 50mm, Kodak GB 200-7(intro)
    • Pentacon Six TL, Flektogon Zebra 50mm, Ilford HP5 Plus
  • Contax 159 Quartz,Yashica DSB 135mm, Kodak GB 200-7

It started with a fog today and it will end with a fog…

…but it was still nice, even though there was almost nothing to see in the valley 🙂📷🙃

  • Pentacon Six TL, Flektogon Zebra 50mm, Ilford HP5 Plus
  • Praktica BC1, Practicar 35-70mm, Kodak GB 200-7

clear & foggy 2 …

continuation of a small project when I photographed the same places 🙂📷🙃

  • Pentacon Six TL, Flektogon Zebra 50mm, Kodak GB 200-7
    • Pentacon Six TL, Flektogon Zebra 50mm,Ilford HP5 Plus

the ordinary shot, half shot, double shot….

the opening photo is a classic… 35mm film in a medium format camera. When taking the second photo, I underestimated the speed of synchronization – I still like the photo. The third picture is a classic double exposure – my wife and a cup of coffee. Either she was coffee in a past life or she will be after reincarnation. Coffee and my wife are inseparable☕🙂🙃📷

  1. Pentacon Six TL, Flektogon 50mm, Fomapan F400, flash Metz
  2. Fujica ST901, Asahi Takumar 55mm, expired Fomapan N21(1982), flash Metz
  3. Canon EOS 500N, Canon 50mm, Fujifilm C200

I’ll start from the end…

It was beautiful there. No ice cream, no wifi, no internet. This is what our short trip to beautiful nature looked like. Before I develop the films and find out what I took, I’ll bore you with the photos I took with a Nikon DSLR and four lenses. I estimate about 400 total acceptable images. And don’t worry… I’m not going to put them all here at once 🙂🙃📷

If…

…. there is someone near you with a camera, it is possible that they can take a picture of you. If I’m around, it’s an absolute certainty…

Nikon F50, MF Samyang 135mm, Fujifilm 200 (intro) & Pentacon Six TL, MC Sonnar 180mm+ Biometar 80mm Zebra, Acros 100II+Ilford HP5 Plus

Maybe yes…

I wondered if the location of the bins was ideal in terms of promoting healthy eating. But a little decadence can’t hurt…

Yashica 2/50mm, Fujifilm 200

And I’ll add a few ordinary shots.Despite the fact that the sky was gray and it looked like it would start raining at any moment, it did not detract from the colors and the BW photos got their atmosphere

Yashica 2/50mm, Fujifilm 200 & Super Takumar 2,5/135 (Yes, it is the one with the significantly damaged front lens)+red filter, Fomapan F400

Battle DSLR(Jared) vs. SLR(Mic)

Today I read such a sad article that one era of cameras is ending. Both Nikon and Canon have announced the end of DSLR development and will continue with mirrorless only. Progress cannot be stopped. Especially when 99.9% of people take photos with their mobile phones. And the best camera is always the one you have with you. Which is indeed a mobile. I didn’t even get to really make friends with DSLRs and now I’ll be able to buy their last ever best models. Fortunately, after all these decades, I know that the photographer and the lens make the photo, Everything else in between is just a box.

Jared DSLR : Nikon D800+ MF 2/135mm Samyang, Mic SLR: Super Takumar 2,5/135mm+red filter(Fomapan F400)& Yashica 2/50mm (Fujifilm 200)

As good as it gets…

On the way up the stairs to the photo chamber, I noticed a blue bucket on which the sun was shining through the skylight. I went back down to get my camera and took a picture with the exposure on the midle tone , another with the exposure on the brightest spot… and finally I switched the camera to BW mode because my world is black and white.

Nikon D800, f 1.8/20mm

Second attempt …

sometimes a not so good photo is the inspiration for a second attempt. If there is a strong wind, some of the analog camera’s capabilities are severely limited. So then I pick up my DSLR and try to make it better…

thru and behind…

I was wondering what technique I haven’t presented much yet. I’m not much of an expert on DSLR photography…but one of the things I really enjoy about DSLRs is photographing subjects that are behind another subject at a minimal hyperfocal distance. So you photograph an object through another object. This style is primarily intended for color photography. So I offer a view of the yellow lily through the fuchsia flowers and a view of the fuchsia through the yellow lily.

tinnitus…

Too often I enjoyed a loud sound on stage. Taxes for this are tinnitus. The ears of the photographed far older dishes still hear every frequency 😁

Fujicolor Superia 400 + Fomapan 400 Profiline (exp. 2009)

The father accompanies the son ..

Like the dad in the opening photo, I accompanied my son to the graduation exam yesterday, which he passed without any problems. Before he finished the exam, I had a few hours to find the right light. My son was definitely more successful at the test yesterday than I was at the photo shoot…

Nikon & Leica

drops anatomy …

On our small square, a fountain was installed a few years ago, which shows the impact of the drop on the water surface. I like it very much. Especially when before that our square was decorated only with a gas station. I think I took a picture of her recently when the small fountain hadn’t been started yet.

Mix of Nikon SLR & Nikon DSLR photos

the personal Everglades…

Florida is really far from us, so in the morning I go to a valley where beavers have created a beautiful piece of wildlife. Only those crocodiles are not here..

Yashica FR + Contax 139 Quartz, F400 Action + Superia 400