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Portraits shot with classic cameras

John Golden , Jul 20, 2008; 08:14 p.m.

I would like to see some posed portraits shot with classic cameras, here is one i did with a 2x3 crown, post em.

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John Golden , Jul 20, 2008; 08:16 p.m.

the above was shot with a 127mm ektar @ 5.6

John Golden , Jul 20, 2008; 08:25 p.m.

one more

Russ Rosener , Jul 20, 2008; 08:49 p.m.

Just last week I developed some portraits (informal) taken with my Rolleiflex 2.8E. This photo luckily captured the lil goomers in a quiet moment.

Travis Truman , Jul 20, 2008; 08:51 p.m.

From my first roll through my Yashica Electro GSN:

Russ Rosener , Jul 20, 2008; 08:51 p.m.

And one more, taken by my 9 year old daughter. She really likes the Rolleiflex viewscreen. She didn't have much to work with as far as the subject....

John Golden , Jul 20, 2008; 08:59 p.m.

i had the crown mounted on a camera flip bracket on a tripod, camera on its side, flash flipped up straight, after focusing on the gg,I attached my film back, closed the lens, she then moved &*^&%$^@#, after several minutes, I got the shot : )

John Golden , Jul 20, 2008; 09:01 p.m.

Nice pics!

Stuart Gross , Jul 20, 2008; 09:02 p.m.

Taken last week...


Brownie Hawkeye Flash/Delta 100

Jared Thompson , Jul 20, 2008; 09:18 p.m.

From my first rolls with the Yashica 124.


T-Max 400. Chicago, IL.

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