Graflex Speed Garphic Optar 135mm f4.7 FUJIFILM FP-100B Instant Film - I have always loved Instant film, especially pull and peel pack films. I recent picked up a Polaroid 405 Back for my Graflex. This my first time using FUJFILM's instant film. The FP-100B seems like a great film. Sharp, good contrast and decent latitude.
Mamiya Universal 100mm f2.8 Kodak Gold 100 - The Side wall of the new America Theatre Shot sometime in 1987 or 1988. I lived in an Apartment above the bike shop next store and amazing always likes this view.
WZFO Start TLR Euktar 75mm f4.0 Rollei Retro 400s Arista 76 1:1 - Just over the John Lynch Memorial Bridges from Lynchburg VA. the 29 Market is closed and for sale, but makes and interesting subject for testing my new WZFO Start TLR. Made in Poland the Start is a rugged basic Fixed lens Twin Lens Reflex.
Mamiya Press 23 100mm f2.8 FUJIFILM Neopan Acros 100 Arista 76 Developer 1:1 - Same idea different camera. The Press lens has a little less contrast than the Kiev lens, giving the shot an overall softer feel. If that is possible with the subject matter.
Grafex Speed Graphic Optar 1.5 f4.7 Kodak T-Max 400 (expired) Arista 76 Developer 1:1 - Sometime around 1995 I bought a 25 Sheet box of 4x5 Kodak T-Max 400, with the intention of using it with the Speed Graphic I bought in the same year. 16 years later I am finally shooting it. Sometimes life gets in the way. The film held up surprisingly well. The expiration date is 01/1996, but there is minimal base fogging and the sensitivity does not seem to be that fair off. Scanned using a HP ScanJet 5370c.