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Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

Sun Oct 03, 2004 5:44 am

Who here still shoots film exclusively? If you shoot film please post what equipment you have and what film you like to use. Also post a link to your photos. I'll start it off:

  • Nikon N8008
  • Nikon N75
  • Nikkor 50mm
  • Nikkor 28-80mm
  • Nikkor 75-300mm
  • SB-24 Speedlight
  • Hoya & Tiffen Polarizers
  • Fuji Reala
  • Fuji Velvia 50 & 100F
  • Fuji Astia
  • Agfa Ultra

    http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?photographersearch=Benjamin%20R%20Russell
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    vzlet
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Sun Oct 03, 2004 9:14 am

  • Canon F1 (old)

  • Canon A1

  • Canon FL 28 3.5 (breechlock)

  • Canon FD 50 1.4

  • Canon FD 300 4

  • Vivitar Series1 70-210 3.5 (breechlock)


  • Kodak RS 200

  • Kodak HD 200

  • (I'm not quite satisfied with the above films. Still looking for a good Ektar replacement.)

    My A.Net shots in date order. Pre-1990 shots are primarily Kodachrome and Agfa slide.
    "That's so stupid! If they're so secret, why are they out where everyone can see them?" - my kid
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Sun Oct 03, 2004 10:34 am

    Afga?! Barf..

    Na just kidding as I never really been a fan of Afga brand of film.

    I shoot with film "almost" exclusively..

    - Nikon EM body
    - Nikon 28mm lens
    - Tamron SP 60-300mm Macro lens
    - Hakkuba Polarizer Filter

    I used to shoot with alot of prints but quality from their scans have been dissapointing thesedays so I switched to slides, and even now I am thinking of going back to prints after a huge chunk of my Slide shots from my vacation trip was destroyed.

    - Fuji Superia 100 shot on mundane spot trips.
    - Fuji Reala 100 Shot most often.
    - Fuji Provia 100F
    - Fuji Sensia 100 shot on mundane spot trips.
    - Kodachrome 64 Shot most often.

    I also shoot with an Olympus C750UZ Digital Camera on regular planes. It's never used for my best shots cuz I don't trust it.

    http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?engine_version=5&nr_of_rows=543&sort_order=views&first_this_page=0&page_limit=15&&photographersearch=Bo%20Kim

    Many of my recent addons were by digital so this is by most popular, which is basically all film.
    Follow @kimbo_snaps on Instagram or bokimon- on Flickr to see more pics of me and my travels.
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Sun Oct 03, 2004 1:52 pm

    Vzlet, have you tried Velvia? The while the 50 is good, the 100F is better. I tried the regular Astia 100 (frickin' Ritz camera gave me the wrong stuff) and the colors are great, so I plan to try the 100F soon, maybe next.

     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Mon Oct 04, 2004 5:44 am

    Here we go:

    Canon AE-1P
    Canon 35-105 mm
    Canon 50 mm
    Canon 100-300mm

    Canon EOS 30
    Canon IS L 100-400mm

    Film: Kodak Gold 100 print  Smile

    http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?photographersearch=Gerhard%20Plomitzer&distinct_entry=true

    I'd rather be flying!
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Mon Oct 04, 2004 6:10 am

    Canon EOS 33
    Canon EF 50mm 1.4 USM
    Canon EF 70-200 4L USM

    Film: Fujicrome Provia 100F
    http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?photographersearch=Anders%20Nilsson&distinct_entry=true

    Anders

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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Mon Oct 04, 2004 8:10 am

    I shoot exclusively on Ferrania Solaris 200 film.

    -Mike
    The best aviation photo I've ever taken was rejected by Airliners.net
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Mon Oct 04, 2004 10:40 am

    I shoot Kodachrome 64 slide film only.
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Mon Oct 04, 2004 1:48 pm

    Mike, see what you've done? Now we're gonna have a buncha replies like yours and Mr. LGB's.  Yeah sure  Wink/being sarcastic
    Hey, did you get that Solaris developed yet?
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Tue Oct 05, 2004 2:10 am

  • Canon AE-1
  • Canon FD 35-70
  • Tokina 70-210
  • Canon FD 300

    Nowadays, I only shoot on Sensia 100, but all shots pre-1997 are on K64.

    http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?photographersearch=Johan%20Ljungdahl&distinct_entry=true

     Smile/happy/getting dizzy
    /Johan
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Tue Oct 05, 2004 2:17 am

    Wish I could still join you, but I bought a 20d last week Big grin
    Will still be shooting slides (Provia 100F) with my trustworthy EOS 50e

    I hope film shooters will always remain uploading at A.net.
    Yes, it can still be done: look at some of the links in this tread  Big thumbs up

    cheers,

    Martin
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Tue Oct 05, 2004 3:48 am

    Johan, do you use a polarizer?
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Tue Oct 05, 2004 3:57 am

    Johan, do you use a polarizer?

    Nope, not at all.
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Tue Oct 05, 2004 5:05 am

    Your photos are great, but if you can afford it monetarily and optically you should try it. Makes the colors so much better.  Smile/happy/getting dizzy
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Tue Oct 05, 2004 4:36 pm

    Canon EOS 630
    Canon 28-105mm USM
    Canon 50mm
    Canon 75-300mm USM

    Still have at home, for sale currently  Smile
    Minolta X-700
    Minolta 70-210mm
    Minolta 35-70mm

    Kodachrome 64 exclusively on the film

    And as for shots, well only 1 is a slide, the rest are with my wife's 2 megapixel Canon A60 so I won't post the link! The slides will come, once the decision gets made between the Nikon Coolscan V or the Minolta Dual Scan IV...

    Jeffrey

    "Irregardless, it's a Cat III airplane, we don't need an alternate!"
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Tue Oct 05, 2004 4:56 pm

    Yup, back to film!


    • Nikon F55

    • Nikkor 70-300/4-5.6ED

    • Nikkor 28-80/3.3-5.6G



    • Olympus XA



    • Minolta X300

    • Minolta MC 28/3.5

    • Minolta MD 75-150/4

    • Tokina 400/5.6



    Films:


    • Fuji Velvia 50

    • Fuji Provia 100F

    • Ilford Delta 400



    Well, at least those.  Big thumbs up

    -Joge
    Bula!
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Wed Oct 06, 2004 1:05 am

    Olympus OM-4 with motor drive, OM-2 and OM-1, and an XA

    Lenses: 40mm, 85mm, 75-128mm, and a 300mm, plus a few others I never use.

    I used to be rather fond of Kodak Ektapress and T-MAX or TRI-X. The Fuji color film I have used is just so much better, even the cheaper stuff.

    When I have money again I will be going all digital (I am leaning towards Canon), sad to take the real art out of photography but film processing is getting more expensive due to declining demand and black and white film and chemicals are starting to become hard to find.
    Things were better when it was two guys in a dorm room.
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Wed Oct 06, 2004 11:30 am

    Nikon F90x (soon F5)
    - 80-200F2.8
    - 35-70F3.3/4.5

    and now the D70 has come into play...  Smile

    Although I shoot almost 99% still on Kodachrome 64 these days...

    Jeff,

    Don't bother with the Coolscan V - I tried that route and it (pardon my french), sucked ass. First off, it's a slow unit, and you'll never get the right colors - and their Nikonscan software is a pain in the you-know-what. I've gone back to using my trusty old SCSI model of the S20, and things couldn't be better  Big grin


    -Rob
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    RE: Airlines Of Yesterday

    Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:00 pm

    Nikon F100
    Nikon N90s
    Nikon D70 coming soon

    Nikon 80-200 2.8
    Nikon 28-70AF-S 2.8
    Nikon 75-300 4-5.6
    Nikon 50 1.4

    100% K64 slides
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:12 pm

    Ok, in addition to the original topic, why K64? What's so great about it? IMHO most of the Fujichromes are sharper and finer grained.
     
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    RE: Airlines Of Yesterday

    Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:27 pm

    Kodachrome slide film has stood the test of time. If taken care of and stored properly, they will last a lifetime. I have a few shot in the 50's&60s that look like they were shot yesterday as my dad kept them in a dark, sealed slide carousel case for 50 yrs. Fuji film hasn't been around long enough to stand the test of time. It may prove to work out the same, but only time will tell.
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Wed Oct 06, 2004 1:11 pm

    Yes, we shall see.  Smile/happy/getting dizzy
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Thu Oct 07, 2004 2:34 am

    JENAFLEX AC-1

    I know its old but it still works!

    f=4.0 HANIMEX MACRO 60-300MM zoom lens Ive just got them out of the Loft and im of to take some shots Thursday/Friday/Weekend 1st time in three years FUJI 100/400 ISO im getting back in to things after a long break.
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Thu Oct 07, 2004 4:00 am


    Canon AE-1 Program
    Canon T-70
    Canon T-80 (great camera)
    Canon 750
    Nikon F-801s (great camera)
    Nikon F70
    Nikon F5

    All owned at different times.

    I've gone digital, but still have the Canon 750 and Nikon F70.

    Normally use Fuji superia 100 and Provia, as Kodak stuff is hard to find where I'm at.
    I dont know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everyone
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Thu Oct 07, 2004 9:57 am

    In the aviation photo bag:
    Nikon F100

    Nikon 80-400 VR
    Nikon 35-105

    Sitting in the closet:
    - two N2000s, N2020, N8008, N90s
    - 50mm, 28mm, 75-300 AF, 100-300 MF, 35-105 MF + some other lenses

    Film:
    Provia 100F (100%!)

    I use the D70 under the following circumstances:
    - bad weather
    - digital shots following film shots (time permitting)
    - long range shots (take advantage of that 1.5x factor)

    why K64? What's so great about it?

    K64 is an obsolete film. People keep using it because it's the slide traders standard and no one is willing to take the first step away from it. K25 was far and away a much better film but it's long gone.  Sad

    Sunil
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Thu Oct 07, 2004 11:52 am

    Ok, who wants to bet that Velvia will be the next slide traders' delight?
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Fri Oct 08, 2004 12:21 am

    I dont shoot it exclusively but i do shoot it still, mainly B&W and not airliners.

    My equipment is....

    Canon Eos 3
    All canon EF...
    15mmF2.8
    50mmF1.4
    17-40F4L
    28-135IS
    75-300IS
    70-200F4L
    100-400LIS
    I also own a sigma 20F1.8 and a Zeiss 135F3.5 with M42 adapter.

    The film i shoot is mostly Velvia/Provia for color and in B&W it's anything from Ilford, FP5/HP4/Delta 100 and 3200. Occasionally use Tri-X.

    Chris
    5D2/7D/1D2(soon to be a 1Dx) 17-40L/24-105L/70-200F2.8L/100-400L/24F1.4LII/50F1.2L/85F1.2LII
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Fri Oct 08, 2004 2:45 am

    Nikon N65
    Nikkor 75-300 AF G
    Sigma 28-80 AF

    Mostly on Kodak EB100 slide film, sometimes Fuji Sensia -- depending on which one happens to cost less at BH Photo. Have them scanned by E6 Lab in Atlanta.

    The results are here:

    http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?engine_version=5&nr_of_rows=13&sort_order=views&first_this_page=0&page_limit=15&&maxres=500&keywords=alberto%20riva&keywrange=all
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Fri Oct 08, 2004 8:58 pm

    Older photos:
    - Canon AE-1
    - Canon A-1

    Since 2001:
    - Nikon F-80

    Film: exept hte very first uploads only slide film:
    - Kodachrome 64
    - Agfa CT 100
    - Kodak Elite 100

    To be honest: It is more and more difficult to get a slide scan accepted, specially if it is about an airport overview or poor weather conditions. This goes much easier with digital shots. But I will stay with film.

    Roland C.

    http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?photographersearch=Roland%20Cartarius&distinct_entry=true
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Fri Oct 08, 2004 9:15 pm

    Nikon F5
    Nikon F70 (to be replaced by F100 or F6)
    Nikkor 1,4/50mm
    Nikkor 3,5-5,6/28-80mm (to be replaced)
    Nikkor 2,8/80-200mm
    Nikkor 3,5-5,6/80-300mm

    Film:
    - Kodak Royal Supra 200
    - Fuji Sensia 100
    - Fuji Sensia 200
    - Kodak Elite Chrome

    @ Roland
    I've found a professional lab in Vienna pinting the slide films and digitizing them in one step. And the price is reasonable.

    Bernd.
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Fri Oct 08, 2004 9:31 pm

    i used to..but since Aug2004 not anymore :P

    i have Nikon FM10 wit 100-400AF zoom lens (ALL manual)

    film depends really on the day  Smile

    cheers!
    cheers
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Sat Oct 09, 2004 1:38 am

    To be honest: It is more and more difficult to get a slide scan accepted, specially if it is about an airport overview or poor weather conditions.

    No! Don't tell me this! I'm just getting into slides...getting a nice batch of them done as we speak. I used to shoot a lot of print film, and still do a little bit...I never have a hard time getting them accepted. I really don't anticipate much of a problem with my slides tho. After picking 17 out of 108 shots, I'm sure I won't have a problem.  Wink/being sarcastic
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Sat Oct 09, 2004 3:39 am

    To be honest: It is more and more difficult to get a slide scan accepted, specially if it is about an airport overview or poor weather conditions.

    ...as always, it's more about your own skills and not something related to your equipment (...and yes, film is also "equipment"...)

    I always shoot film (slides), and I also have a 90-95% acceptance rate.

    All it takes is a lot of effort (...and self screening...)

     Big grin
    /Johan
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Sun Oct 10, 2004 11:20 pm

    Johan and KC7MMI:

    No, no I don't agree, I don't at all!
    If you have an original motive, a shot of the pre-digital era, good weather conditions, a full format shot of a relative small aircraft (where details are good visible) and so on, then, yes then you (and I) have no problems to get a shot accepted.

    But if you take a common shot of a common aircraft taken at a common airport at a common day in a common angle, than it's easier with a digital camera only because a digital shot looks simply better, or let's say even good, and has less 'noise' on the screen than a scan. And the scanner can be one of the best!

    Please don't missunderstand me. I don't want to complain, for I am in fact not a big uploader here and I'm satisfied with my few shots here in the database (you can take a look at them if you want, the link is above in my first reply). And I'm not interested to upload the 1000. shot of a LH A320 at FRA.  Smile

    Greetings
    Roland
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Mon Oct 11, 2004 2:37 am

    Roland,

    The camera I've been using for all my shots here, is the Canon AE-1, dating from the late 70s.

    I usually don't plug my own photos that much nowadays, but here you got "a common shot of a common aircraft taken at a common airport at a common day in a common angle" multiple times...

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    ...those are all from 2004, shot on slide film...

    ...nothing special with them, and still no problems with my acceptance...

     Big grin
    /Johan
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Mon Oct 11, 2004 5:00 am

    Wow Johan, you are the master plugger! Man, I thought I was a plugger, look at you! Congratulations.  Big thumbs up
    It's all about the scanner, it really is. Unfortunately the good scanners cost an arm and a leg...
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Mon Oct 11, 2004 7:40 pm

    Johan,

    ...but (nearly) always good weather conditions. Big grin

    Okay, you have won this little discussion. In earnest: Your shots ar excellent. The AE-1 is a wonderful camera, I for myself also have one (now 22 years old) and I would have probably not switched to AF (Nikon F-80), if it were so difficult obtaining accesoires for such old cameras nowadays.

    By the way, what scanner do you have? (I have a Minolta Dimage Scan Dual II)

    Roland
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Thu Oct 14, 2004 3:42 am

    Roland,

    Myself, I use the Minolta Dimage Scan Dual.

     Smile/happy/getting dizzy
    /Johan
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Thu Oct 14, 2004 4:31 am

    Hey Nice Shots!

    My HP S20 has been collecting dust for the past few months while my slides keep piling up. Thesedays i have been a little reluctant to scan due to the long time consumption of each slide from the point of scan to editing.

    Johan, your ancient shots dating back to the 1990's/80's/70's rock.
    Keep sharing more, More, MORE! Big grin

    Shots like SAS 747's.. Superb material from Scandinavia.

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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Fri Oct 15, 2004 11:29 am

    Nikon and K64........................but the only shots I get accepted are my old stuff.........................CoolScan but I still have trouble with clarity............all my new stuff gets rejected.

    Someone help me or link me to a good thread on subject.


    Mike
     
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    RE: Who Shoots Film Exclusively?

    Fri Oct 15, 2004 1:49 pm

    Mike, maybe I can see what I can do to help out your shots. If you want, you can email me a 3MB (2000x3000pix) or so picture that got rejected...maybe I can work some magic on it.
    -Benjamin

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