B&W Images here.....

bensonga

MFF-Patron
Let's see your best B&W images here!

I love BW.....especially BW prints. Check out the Yahoo Groups Digital BW Print Exchange group if you're interested in participating in a monthly exchange (I'm the coordinator).

Gary Benson
Eagle River, Alaska

The Hasta, Seward Alaska harbor, Pentax 67, 75mm lens, Ilford FP4, Epson 2450 scan
 

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Swissblad

Member
My wife just commented on how "3D" these images are. Have to say I cannot see a difference between Zeiss and Mamiya lenses. We have a Xpan with Fuji lenses and they are astounding a well. I do love the solid feel of the Zeiss lenses though, which the Fuji lack. Anyhow, here is an older B&W image of mine.
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Swissblad

Member
Wow.

Those are beautiful, the sailboats are exquisite. Thanks for sharing.
Lovely way to start the day.
 

bensonga

MFF-Patron
Nice to see some activity on this thread! I'll add another to keep it active and going strong. :)

I know the non-Hasselblad sections were eliminated, but I don't recall if non-Hasselbald images are allowed here or not. Paul...could you refresh my memory on this?

In the meantime...here's one of the few images I have taken with my 503CWD-II. I may have posted this on a different thread here....I can't recall (55 yrs old and already the short term memory is fading...not a good sign for the years ahead).

Gary Benson
Eagle River, Alaska
 

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polypal

New Member
Images allowed

Hi Gary,

All images that help make a point for or even against Hasselblad are welcome here.
Hasselblad is an excellent choice but there are more good choices possible.

So post whatever you like. Even if the relationship with Hasselblad is very thin those images are welcome.


Paul
 

bensonga

MFF-Patron
Hi Gary,
All images that help make a point for or even against Hasselblad are welcome here.
Hasselblad is an excellent choice but there are more good choices possible.
So post whatever you like. Even if the relationship with Hasselblad is very thin those images are welcome.
Paul
Thanks for clearing that up for me Paul. None of my images are meant to make a case for or against anything (that I can think of), certainly not for or against Hasselblad. My only problem is that, as a relatively new Hasselblad owner, I don't have a large collection of Hasselblad images to draw upon! I will do my best to correct this deficiency as soon as possible. :)

Gary Benson
Eagle River, Alaska

As long as I'm here.....one more for the road (no pun intended).
Pentax 67, 105mm lens. Dodge Power Wagon truck
 

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polypal

New Member
Hi Gary,

For or against is just a phrase to show the forum likes uploads to entertain any visitors.
It serves as the salt in the soup so to speak.
Although it is of interest to us users practically nobody will ask after he or she sees a good picture:
"With what camera was that image made?"

Nice truck you are showing!

Paul
 

wbulte

Active Member
Cold as ice

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Quick scan from a shot from a couple of days ago when the frost & fog together made absolutely gorgeous sculptures of the trees in the park near to my apartment.

501C/M, CF250 on Ilford HP5+ Should have dragged some Efke50 or Delta100 out of the fridge.. missed chance :(

Wilko
 

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polypal

New Member
Cf 250

Nice first shot of the 250?

I had lots of opportunities but no camera to shoot with.
This wheather gives many opportunities for winter images.
 

simonpg

New Member
Great images posted here everyone. I've enjoyed looking at all those posted. A terrific thread. :)

So, some from me - a variety of subjects. My apologies for any artifacts that have crept in.

For those who have not seen my Ducati shot, I will start with that:
 

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