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    Cool Film Photography by Pogo

    Hey guys. I got inspired by some of you and decided to start my own photography thread (mostly car related). Feel free to leave any feedback!

    Starting this with my latest roll: 35mm Ektar 100

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    Portra 400












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    Very cool. What are you shooting on, and where are you developing? I have 15 rolls to be developed, and I've never done it before. Lol.

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    Thank you, greatly appreciated! I get them developed at a local lab in Montreal. And those shots were taken on my Olympus OM-2n. I have a bunch of lenses but I mostly use my 55mm f1.2 and 100mm f2.8!

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    Awesome, thanks. I've been shooting with a Minolta XG-1 I got from my Dad a few years ago. I really like shooting analog, even though I don't even know what any of my shots look like quite yet. Haha.

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    cant go wrong with portra and ektar.

    some lovely atmospheric shots

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    I can't stop looking, ha. Great stuff.

    Ektar looks really interesting, but this was what I started with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alemac1 View Post
    cant go wrong with portra and ektar.

    some lovely atmospheric shots
    Thank you! Those are my two favorites films so far

    Quote Originally Posted by Dane View Post
    I can't stop looking, ha. Great stuff.

    Ektar looks really interesting, but this was what I started with.
    Thanks again man! Great looking camera, and great mix of films! I could never go 15 rolls with out developing them haha, I'm always in a hurry to see how they turn out

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    Like 'em.

    And now I have 16 rolls ready to go, lol. I'm just gonna keep shooting it I guess. I'll worry about developing some other time, lol.

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    I think the picture of car #71 is the best. Looks like it came from that era.

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    Nice shots!

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    Thanks a lot guys!
    Here's a few more. Fujifilm Superia 400

    000001600015 by philippeoliviergiguere, sur Flickr

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    Enjoy and let me know what you think if you feel like it!
    Last edited by philippeoliviergiguere; 08-16-2017 at 09:45 PM.

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    Good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dane View Post
    Good stuff.
    Thanks again man!

    Here's some Afga Vista 400 shots I took on my olympus XA. First time using agfa and really happy with how the roll came out. For such a small price, this film produces very smooth colours, good contrast and a very tolerable amount of grain. I definitely recommend giving it a try!

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    Nice. Maybe this week I'll send in some rolls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dane View Post
    Nice. Maybe this week I'll send in some rolls.
    Can't believe it took so long for you to get them developed lol


    TriX 400 goodness

    000003390001 by philippeoliviergiguere, sur Flickr

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    Sweet! I still have a couple rolls of Tri X to shoot. Looks so cool.

    Quote Originally Posted by philippeoliviergiguere View Post
    Can't believe it took so long for you to get them developed lol
    I haven't yet.... But yesterday I did send 10 rolls off to the Darkroom.com. 2 HP5s, 3 Tri X, and 5 rolls of Potra 400.

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    Awesome.
    bought some Ektar to try out. Hopefully I'll shoot and develop it before 2020, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dane View Post
    Awesome.
    bought some Ektar to try out. Hopefully I'll shoot and develop it before 2020, lol.
    haha nice! definitely one of my favorite films


    Here's a bunch of cinestill 800t shots from H2o!

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    Good shit. That film looks like it has really cool colors.

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    Man, I'm here looking all this cool film photos I need to shoot more.


    First roll with the XA by Lorenzo Lirici, su Flickr

    This one is the only car related film I have, like I said I need to shot more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dane View Post
    Good shit. That film looks like it has really cool colors.
    Thanks dude! Yeah great colors! I love its cinematic vibe, but the red tint in the highlights can be a little annoying sometimes..

    Quote Originally Posted by DawsonLiri View Post
    Man, I'm here looking all this cool film photos I need to shoot more.
    Thanks man! Great camera you have there, the XA is one of my favorites.

    Quote Originally Posted by Triumph14 View Post
    nice pictures
    Thank you!

    Here is some old summer Fujifilm 400H goodness. Great film to shoot on a cloudy day or in the shadows! Didn't really like the results in bright sun light..

    000001000018 by philippeoliviergiguere, sur Flickr

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