I do! Yea developed at Rapid Eye and scanned there myself using their Imacon.
very fucking nice!!!!!!!!
Just opened the images on a 27" screen after only seeing them on my phone, the details are amazing. The second image grain on the wall and street pavement are something else in sharpness. Great images.
my old scanner. treat it well!
Nice to see some fellow films shooters on here.
Here are some from my archive. shot on Leica M6
last 4 in particular are excellent!
Ooft, really nice!
Went to see Martin Parr talk last night at the Hepworth. Was an entertaining wee talk, albeit a little brief (45 mins, rattling through his career with a slight emphasis on the North).
Picked up his new book too - Early Works - which is all B&W. Got it signed, got a photo, job done!
What/where is the second one?
It was a stand up to racism march outside Portland place to counter a pro Tommy Robinson march that was happening.
Oh BBC in the background. Awesome photo.
No way...! wish I could have one at home, was so easy to use and produced good results!
Thanks everyone for the kind feedback. Large format has been such a joy to get into, the only difficulty being the price of film/processing but overall worth it.
Canon F1, Tmax 3200
Mju ii, Ultramax 400, shot at 100
See E36 3 series, take photo of E36 3 series. Life's simple sometimes.
gotta take the opportunity, when it's there
That first ski shot is so nice by the way..
I like those a lot. Didn't get anything half as nice the last time I tried TMax 3200, must give it another go at some point.
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