Category Archives: Mamiya 80mm

Sunday (4 images).

↑Mamiya 7II + Mamiya 80mm + Kodak Tri-X 400.

Mother and Father.

↑Mamiya 7II + Mamiya 80mm + Kodak Tri-X 400.

Mother.

↑Mamiya 7II + Mamiya 80mm + Kodak Tri-X 400.

Father.

↑Mamiya 7II + Mamiya 80mm + Kodak Tri-X 400.

Honey and Honey.

↑Mamiya 7II + Mamiya 80mm + Kodak Tri-X 400.

Disembodied.

↑Mamiya 7II + Mamiya 80mm + Kodak Tri-X 400.

8 Years’ Wise.

Happy 8th Birthday, Honey.

October 18, 2019.

—Peter.

↑Mamiya 7II + Mamiya 80mm + Kodak Tri-X 400.

 

 

Mamiya 7II + 80mm – Test (Roll 0).

10 images on a roll, I’m posting 7 (the others were duplicates).

Looks like everything is working as it should.

Haven’t used this film before (Kodak Ektar 100), but it was the only 120 colour film that was in stock locally.

—Peter.

↑Mamiya 7II + Mamiya 80mm + Kodak Ektar 100.

Firefighters.

Mamiya 7II + 80mm + Kodak Porta 400.

Blue and Red (Test Shots, Mamiya 7).

Test Roll #1, Frames #4 and 5 of 10.

In the first shot I was re-familiarizing myself with the dynamic range, in the second the bokeh.  In both I was testing for the focus accuracy of my rangefinder.

1/125 | f/4 for both images.

So far, so good.

—Peter.

blue-prosophos-test-shot-mamiya-7

red-prosophos-test-shot-mamiya-7

Mamiya 7 + 80mm + Kodak Porta 400.

Bikes and Pedestrian (Mamiya 7 test shot with crop).

Test Roll #1, Frame #2 of 10.

Overcast, late afternoon.

1/250 | f/4.

Here’s the scene.

The point of focus is on the letters “SR” (on the bike seat):

bikes-and-pedestrian-prosophos-test-shot-mamiya-7

And here is an extreme crop:

bikes-and-pedestrian-prosophos-test-shot-mamiya-7-crop

Mamiya 7 + 80mm + Kodak Porta 400.

—Peter.

The Glance.

(I was invisible to this man.)

Test Roll #1, Frame #3 of 10.

Overcast, late afternoon.

1/125 | f/4.

—Peter.

the-glance

Mamiya 7 + 80mm + Kodak Porta 400.

The Lion and the Lioness.

Test Roll #1, Frame #9 of 10.

Overcast, late afternoon.

1/125 | f/4.

—Peter.

the-lion-and-the-lioness

Mamiya 7 + 80mm + Kodak Porta 400.

Summer.

It started snowing here last week.  It’ll be a long time before we get back to this…

Summer

Toothless and cyanotic.

One thing about the 6 x 7 format I really appreciate is that everything is depicted in a “grand” way (even blue tongues!) and truer to life vs. the 35mm format.

The effect is always visible to my eye, but becomes more apparent  when comparing images from the two formats in a side-by-side fashion.

—Peter.

Toothless and Cyanotic

Tousled Reflections.

At the interface of Spring and Summer.

Tousled Reflections