Some Old B&Ws

1 year 3 months ago #622213 by GaryA
#25

USMC - Middle East

Nikon F2, w/ Nikkor 20mm, Tri-X @ ASA 400

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1 year 2 months ago #624090 by GaryA
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Laguna Beach, California

Nikon F w/ Nikkor 50mm, Tri-X @ ASA 400

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1 year 2 months ago #624967 by GaryA
#27


Independence Day Parade
Upland, California

Nikon FTn w/ Nikkor 28mm, Tri-X @ ASA 400

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1 year 2 months ago #625337 by GaryA
#28

Chinese Women's Olympic Team
Los Angeles, California

Nikon F2 w/ Nikkor 85mm, Tri-X @ ASA 1600

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1 year 2 months ago - 1 year 2 months ago #625618 by GaryA
#29


USMC M60 - Lebanon 

Nikon F2 w/ Nikkor 85mm, Tri-X @ ASA 400

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1 year 2 months ago #626733 by NewavaMike
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1 year 1 month ago #628383 by GaryA
#30


Hmong Refugees
Garden Grove, California

Nikon F2 w/ Nikkor 85mm, Tri-X @ ASA 1600

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1 year 1 month ago #628932 by GaryA
#31


Street Mime
LA County Museum of Modern Art - Los Angeles, California

Nikon F w/ Nikkor 85mm, Tri-X @ ASA 1600

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1 year 1 month ago #630029 by GaryA
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Independence Day Parade - Upland, California

Nikon FTn w/ Nikkor 28mm, Tri-X

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1 year 1 month ago #630054 by kuzenski
Friend of my father @ the assisted living facility.  Tri-X on a 1950s Rolleicord--I wasn't sure the camera still worked after years on a shelf, so I shot a test roll when I was visiting my dad.  This is "Miss Nancy," a charming old girl.  :-) 


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1 year 1 month ago #631234 by NewavaMike
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1 year 1 month ago #631236 by GaryA
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1 year 1 month ago #631370 by GaryA
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Los Alamitos Racetrack
Los Alamitos, California

Nikon F2 / Nikkor 28mm, Tri-X @ ASA 1600

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1 year 1 month ago #631378 by Stefan-Olsson
I like #9 a lot......There is just something about film that cant be replicated well enough in digital format. You can get close with blur etc, but there certainly something magic about film. Kind of like analog vs digital in music.

Could be that one holds more sentimental value to the old stuff perhaps.


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1 year 1 month ago - 1 year 1 month ago #631380 by GaryA

Stefan-Olsson wrote: I like #9 a lot......There is just something about film that cant be replicated well enough in digital format. You can get close with blur etc, but there certainly something magic about film. Kind of like analog vs digital in music.

Could be that one holds more sentimental value to the old stuff perhaps.


I get what you mean ... but can't really put a finger on it also.  I shoot Fuji because Fuji has a very different sensor CFA compared to the Bayer CFA used by all/most other brands.  Fuji delivers colors/images closer to film than any other camera I've used. 

Maybe analog film captures our analog world better than digital.  Digital is much easier, faster and cleaner (no chemicals) than film.

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