Man in the Middle – the Images and Cameras 34 – 44

34 Leica IIIF with 50mm f2 Summitar and EfkeKB14 (1992). Sharp and prone to flare but the viewfinders are not the easiest to focus. These collapsible lenses make these cameras so much more portable.

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Efke KB14 in rodinal

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Leica IIIf 5ommf2 Summitar

 

35 Hasselblad Xpan with 45mm and Kodak TMax100. This exceptional panoramic 35mm camera has been a steady companion over the last few years although it does require a different shooting style. This was an outrageous and much appreciated gift from photographic friend Ian van Straaten.

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Kodak Tmax 100 in Rodinal

 

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36 Hasselblad Xpan with 45mm and Kodak TMax100. During the shoot the first Xpan I used in the landscape format and the second camera in the vertical format thus being able to create a superimposed image I call XpanPlus as it looks like a + sign. Another ongoing project and another way I see the world.

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Kodak Tmax 100 in Rodinal

 

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Hasselblad XpanII 45mmf4 lens

37 Linhof Technika IV with Schneider Symmar 240mm F5,6 convertible and expired Ilford Delta 100. This legendary large format 4×5 camera belonged to local photographer Bill Burger and I wish I used it more often.

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Ilford Delta 100 in Rodinal

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Linhof Technika IV 240mm f5,6 Schneider Symmar convertible lens

38 Graflex Speed Graphic with 147 mm Kodak Ektar lens and 6×12 back with Fuji Provia. Another 4×5 camera but one which I hadn’t really used and with a focal plane shutter.

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Fuji Provia

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Graflex Speed Graphic 147mm Kodak Ektar lens

39 Kodak Stereo with 35mm lenses and Kodak Gold 100. A camera which produces two images of 23 x24 mm simultaneously. I tested the camera to make sure it works and was keen to use it for the unusual stereo look.

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Kodak Gold 100

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Kodak Stereo two 35mm lenses

40 Brownie No 2 with Lomography Earl Grey film. The Ford Model T of cameras which I took for a few spins before committing it to the project. The images have this soft ethereal look and it uses easily available 120 film.

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Lomography Earl Grey 100 in Rodinal

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Kodak No2 Brownie 120

41 Mamiya C33 with 135mm f4,5 lens and Kodak Tri-X. I am fond of Mamiya cameras and having never had a Mamiya TLR this was a great buy to add to the collection.

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Kodak Tri-X in Rodinal

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Mamiya C33 135mm lens

42 Nikon D70s with 35-105mm zoom lens at 35mm. This was my first DSLR which was a game changer. Only 6 megapixels but still works and performs excellently.

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Nikon D70s ISO 200

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Nikon D70s 35-105 Nikkor

43 Rollei 35t with 40mm f3,5 Tessar lens and expired Agfa RSXII 200. This little mechanical gem with it’s collapsible lens has always had a certain appeal and it’s pretty sharp too.

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Agfa RSX11 200

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Rollei 35T 40mmf3,5 Tessar

44 Olympus OM10 with 50mm f1,8 and expired Kodak Gold 200. A sweet compact SLR and one I haven’t used much. It was a gift from a colleague Lukas Klopper many years ago.

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Kodak Gold 200

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Olympus OM10 50mmf1,8 Zuiko

 

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