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  • #21476403

    shared by duffman on 2016-09-24

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    shared by duffman on 2016-09-21

  • Washington Square Park

    shared by crismiranda on 2016-09-23

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    shared by crismiranda on 2016-09-23

  • #21306681

    shared by duffman on 2016-07-09

    hotdog eating contest, mermaid parade, 4th july

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  • #21193849

    shared by vicuna on 2016-05-17

    I wanted to test both my new Bessaflex TM camera and the Industar 61 lens. I used a 20 years old expired Agfa CRD 12 iso film and tried to get as close as possible to the flowers and create some bokeh. I made some shots with aperture between f5.6 and f8 where you get the best "star bokeh" shape with this lens and I must say that I'm very pleased with the results. And at f2.8, the round bokeh is beautiful as well. BUT I discovered that the Industar 61 lens doesn't work on the Bessaflex when focusing over 2.5 meters, as the rear part of the lens seems to protrude inside the body too much and prevent the mirror to move.... But for shooting macro and close up shots down to 0.25m it's ok and the lens + camera combo works great!

  • #21193850

    shared by vicuna on 2016-05-17

    I wanted to test both my new Bessaflex TM camera and the Industar 61 lens. I used a 20 years old expired Agfa CRD 12 iso film and tried to get as close as possible to the flowers and create some bokeh. I made some shots with aperture between f5.6 and f8 where you get the best "star bokeh" shape with this lens and I must say that I'm very pleased with the results. And at f2.8, the round bokeh is beautiful as well. BUT I discovered that the Industar 61 lens doesn't work on the Bessaflex when focusing over 2.5 meters, as the rear part of the lens seems to protrude inside the body too much and prevent the mirror to move.... But for shooting macro and close up shots down to 0.25m it's ok and the lens + camera combo works great!

  • #21193851

    shared by vicuna on 2016-05-17

    I wanted to test both my new Bessaflex TM camera and the Industar 61 lens. I used a 20 years old expired Agfa CRD 12 iso film and tried to get as close as possible to the flowers and create some bokeh. I made some shots with aperture between f5.6 and f8 where you get the best "star bokeh" shape with this lens and I must say that I'm very pleased with the results. And at f2.8, the round bokeh is beautiful as well. BUT I discovered that the Industar 61 lens doesn't work on the Bessaflex when focusing over 2.5 meters, as the rear part of the lens seems to protrude inside the body too much and prevent the mirror to move.... But for shooting macro and close up shots down to 0.25m it's ok and the lens + camera combo works great!

  • #21193852

    shared by vicuna on 2016-05-17

    I wanted to test both my new Bessaflex TM camera and the Industar 61 lens. I used a 20 years old expired Agfa CRD 12 iso film and tried to get as close as possible to the flowers and create some bokeh. I made some shots with aperture between f5.6 and f8 where you get the best "star bokeh" shape with this lens and I must say that I'm very pleased with the results. And at f2.8, the round bokeh is beautiful as well. BUT I discovered that the Industar 61 lens doesn't work on the Bessaflex when focusing over 2.5 meters, as the rear part of the lens seems to protrude inside the body too much and prevent the mirror to move.... But for shooting macro and close up shots down to 0.25m it's ok and the lens + camera combo works great!

  • #21193853

    shared by vicuna on 2016-05-17

    I wanted to test both my new Bessaflex TM camera and the Industar 61 lens. I used a 20 years old expired Agfa CRD 12 iso film and tried to get as close as possible to the flowers and create some bokeh. I made some shots with aperture between f5.6 and f8 where you get the best "star bokeh" shape with this lens and I must say that I'm very pleased with the results. And at f2.8, the round bokeh is beautiful as well. BUT I discovered that the Industar 61 lens doesn't work on the Bessaflex when focusing over 2.5 meters, as the rear part of the lens seems to protrude inside the body too much and prevent the mirror to move.... But for shooting macro and close up shots down to 0.25m it's ok and the lens + camera combo works great!

  • #21193854

    shared by vicuna on 2016-05-17

    I wanted to test both my new Bessaflex TM camera and the Industar 61 lens. I used a 20 years old expired Agfa CRD 12 iso film and tried to get as close as possible to the flowers and create some bokeh. I made some shots with aperture between f5.6 and f8 where you get the best "star bokeh" shape with this lens and I must say that I'm very pleased with the results. And at f2.8, the round bokeh is beautiful as well. BUT I discovered that the Industar 61 lens doesn't work on the Bessaflex when focusing over 2.5 meters, as the rear part of the lens seems to protrude inside the body too much and prevent the mirror to move.... But for shooting macro and close up shots down to 0.25m it's ok and the lens + camera combo works great!

  • #21193855

    shared by vicuna on 2016-05-17

    I wanted to test both my new Bessaflex TM camera and the Industar 61 lens. I used a 20 years old expired Agfa CRD 12 iso film and tried to get as close as possible to the flowers and create some bokeh. I made some shots with aperture between f5.6 and f8 where you get the best "star bokeh" shape with this lens and I must say that I'm very pleased with the results. And at f2.8, the round bokeh is beautiful as well. BUT I discovered that the Industar 61 lens doesn't work on the Bessaflex when focusing over 2.5 meters, as the rear part of the lens seems to protrude inside the body too much and prevent the mirror to move.... But for shooting macro and close up shots down to 0.25m it's ok and the lens + camera combo works great!

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  • #21193856

    shared by vicuna on 2016-05-17

    I wanted to test both my new Bessaflex TM camera and the Industar 61 lens. I used a 20 years old expired Agfa CRD 12 iso film and tried to get as close as possible to the flowers and create some bokeh. I made some shots with aperture between f5.6 and f8 where you get the best "star bokeh" shape with this lens and I must say that I'm very pleased with the results. And at f2.8, the round bokeh is beautiful as well. BUT I discovered that the Industar 61 lens doesn't work on the Bessaflex when focusing over 2.5 meters, as the rear part of the lens seems to protrude inside the body too much and prevent the mirror to move.... But for shooting macro and close up shots down to 0.25m it's ok and the lens + camera combo works great!

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  • Spitzkoppe - Namibia on Slides

    shared by cfehse on 2016-03-31

    The Rollei CR 200 (aka Agfa Aviphot Chrome) is a very warme tone slide ideal for warm colours like red and yellow. These images where taken at the Spitzkoppe in namibia in the bright sunlight at noon - not the best time to take photos.

  • Immediate Launch (Brazil #55)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-03-31

    I took every camera, every possible film to capture an architecture fro the creative empire...

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  • #21097406

    shared by gerardfriend on 2016-03-31

  • #21097848

    shared by robertofiuza on 2016-03-31

    Push processing by #Maquinasdeoutrostempos

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  • #21097855

    shared by robertofiuza on 2016-03-31

    Push processing by #Maquinasdeoutrostempos

  • Spitzkoppe - Namibia on Slides

    shared by cfehse on 2016-03-31

    The Rollei CR 200 (aka Agfa Aviphot Chrome) is a very warme tone slide ideal for warm colours like red and yellow. These images where taken at the Spitzkoppe in namibia in the bright sunlight at noon - not the best time to take photos.

  • Immediate Launch (Brazil #55)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-03-31

    I took every camera, every possible film to capture an architecture fro the creative empire...

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

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  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

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  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • #21047605

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-07

    After the long travel, it feeled good to be in Nouna and I enjoyed the beautiful garden of the "Touba" guesthouse where we stayed to make some first shots with the Jupiter3+ lens mounted on my Canon P. I also took some shots of little Felix, the son of our tenants who was so sweet and always willing to be photographed. Later, we made a visit to the traditional district chief and I asked him his authorization to take pictures of the people of Nouna for my portraits project. He agreed for it and was willing to take the pose with his family for some portraits: the realisation of the project had started! :)

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  • #21047606

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-07

    After the long travel, it feeled good to be in Nouna and I enjoyed the beautiful garden of the "Touba" guesthouse where we stayed to make some first shots with the Jupiter3+ lens mounted on my Canon P. I also took some shots of little Felix, the son of our tenants who was so sweet and always willing to be photographed. Later, we made a visit to the traditional district chief and I asked him his authorization to take pictures of the people of Nouna for my portraits project. He agreed for it and was willing to take the pose with his family for some portraits: the realisation of the project had started! :)

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  • #20978095

    shared by neanderthalis on 2016-01-28

    My sister in law found a camera in her boxes and I "volunteered" to test it for her. I think it does alright.

  • G lodge

    shared by neanderthalis on 2016-01-28

    My sister in law found a camera in her boxes and I "volunteered" to test it for her. I think it does alright.

  • #20976802

    shared by duffman on 2016-01-28

    Blizzard 101 in Manhattan

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  • Hike to the alp

    shared by -lena- on 2016-01-15

  • #20949874

    shared by vicuna on 2016-01-15

    The Simplon Pass is one of the way to cross the Alps in Switzerland, near of the italian border. It's 2000m high and the landscape is absolutely stunning, even if in this mild month of december there wasn't so much snow as expected

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  • #20950018

    shared by swordsplay on 2016-01-15

  • Route 66

    shared by sartorius7 on 2016-01-15

  • #20949556

    shared by heikerk on 2016-01-15

    A nice recreational area, built on a former coal mine "Franz". A nice photo tour with @cfehse and a defective Nikon F80. Can not wait for the next Lomo-Walk ;)

  • Vienna

    shared by -lena- on 2016-01-15

  • #20949866

    shared by vicuna on 2016-01-15

    The Simplon Pass is one of the way to cross the Alps in Switzerland, near of the italian border. It's 2000m high and the landscape is absolutely stunning, even if in this mild month of december there wasn't so much snow as expected

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  • #20949196

    shared by sartorius7 on 2016-01-15

  • Croatia

    shared by -lena- on 2016-01-15

  • Hike to the alp

    shared by -lena- on 2016-01-15

  • Canada in winter

    shared by -lena- on 2016-01-15

  • #20949872

    shared by vicuna on 2016-01-15

    The Simplon Pass is one of the way to cross the Alps in Switzerland, near of the italian border. It's 2000m high and the landscape is absolutely stunning, even if in this mild month of december there wasn't so much snow as expected

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  • Glory (Northkorea #35)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-06

    We had a fantastic ride with the Pyongyang Metro and ended up at the grand Kim il Sung stadium of the capital. For a quick five minutes I could snap the statues and triumphant arches. Unfortunately I accidently doubled two of my best shot. I asked a guy squatting in front of his bike if I can make a shot of him. And these shots are super precious. But I beforehand I forgot to advance the film and had the setting on MX. maybe the biggest bummer on this trip. sometimes you win, sometimes you lose...

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  • Glory (Northkorea #35)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-06

    We had a fantastic ride with the Pyongyang Metro and ended up at the grand Kim il Sung stadium of the capital. For a quick five minutes I could snap the statues and triumphant arches. Unfortunately I accidently doubled two of my best shot. I asked a guy squatting in front of his bike if I can make a shot of him. And these shots are super precious. But I beforehand I forgot to advance the film and had the setting on MX. maybe the biggest bummer on this trip. sometimes you win, sometimes you lose...

  • Built on Ice (Svalbard #3)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-12-07

    First I had thoughts of regret, that I will will go to the top of the world in winter, while the polar night is covering the world in a black blanket. but eventuully it might even got me the stronger colours and the bigger stories. While in summer everthing is rather dusty and muddy and the sun never goes down in winter you can actually see that Ny Ålesund is built on ice and the glimpses of light from the wooden houses are reflected on the ground...

  • #20887183

    shared by oleman on 2015-12-07

    Nikon F-801 (N8080), film Agfa APX 100, dev in R09 1:50 for 10½ min, scan Epson V800, Silverfast

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