Tag Archives: Rolleiflex

During the Forest Dance project I also had my Rolleiflex along with me and I too the opportunity to finish up a roll of Ilford XP2 film. I’ve found that Ilford’s XP2 is one of my favorite films where I want a high contrast B&W but still want the convince and latitude of C41 processing….

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Here’s a few shots from the Rolleiflex T I was able to pick up a month or two back.   Not quite a replacement for the 2.8E I used to have – but it will certainly work for now. The film used was Ilford’s XP2, which is a B&W film that uses standard color C41…

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While most of Ashley’s shoot was in color as seen in the previous two posts I did burn off a little bit of black and white film during the session.   Here’s a pair taken on Canon AE-1 with Kodak 400TX Tri-X film.   Truly a standard in black and white films. Next is some…

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One of the cameras that hurt the most to part with last year was my Rolleiflex.  a 1958/59 2.8E with the Planar lens.   It was in pretty good shape and took some amazing photos. So as I started looking for a replacement, I realized it’s going to be a while yet before I can…

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