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120 Format Cross Process

Uploaded by: WurzelDave

Wednesday April 2, 2014

East Lyng, Somerset, United Kingdom

Caption: As usual these cross processed pics are for rating & commenting & had to be sent away for processing which takes a while. A farm gate by Cutts Rd. The film used was two years out of date the 120 format TLR camera was made in 1958!

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Artist: Picasa

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9. nanapoo
5:22 PM GMT on April 04, 2014
Awesome image and series!!! Fantastic camera! So glad someone is still interested in the old stuff!
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8. YouKnowWho
4:53 PM GMT on April 04, 2014
Cool image and series!
Great old camera!
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7. backwardguy
12:27 AM GMT on April 04, 2014
Neat camera.
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6. WurzelDave
7:41 PM GMT on April 03, 2014
Do you still have your Yashia Mat 124G DavidInSATX?
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5. bobcrunch
7:24 AM GMT on April 03, 2014
About thirty years ago, a friend let me use his Yashica-Mat for a few days. I used it to take pictures of local scenery which was changing rapidly because of urbanization, and the results were beautiful. I used transparency film.
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4. DavidInSATX
4:24 AM GMT on April 03, 2014
Nice! I have a Yashica-Mat 124G I bought used years ago. See it here
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3. sillygal
1:04 AM GMT on April 03, 2014
Nice shot
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2. BriarCraft
12:29 AM GMT on April 03, 2014
I'm not sure what you mean by cross process. Does it have something to do with converting film to digital format?

Overall, the photo "feels" moody -- partly from composition and partly because of the vignetting effect and purple cast to the entire scene. I like it!
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1. WurzelDave
12:22 AM GMT on April 03, 2014
The Yashica Mat.
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About WurzelDave

WurzelDave

I'm a 'wurzel' who lives in South West England (UK) in the county of Somerset (next to Devon), famous for scrumpy cider, Cheddar cheese, The Wurzels (well worth going to see) & birth county of 2009 F1 world champion Jenson Button.Like the rest of the West Country, Somerset has many areas, places & landscapes worth a visit such as Glastonbury Tor & Abbey ruins, Quantock hills, West Somerset Railway, Cheddar Gorge, & Exmoor, to name but a very few.Favourite holiday destiations are Iceland (see alot of photos) & the Icehotel in Jukkasjarvi Sweden (also see photos). Still a lover of the flim camera, my first camera was an Halina 110 camera which you could buy flip flashes for! I have a Canon 3000V SLR film camera, also have some TLR cameras from the 1950's plus Canon powershot A3300, SX150 & SX40 digital cameras which are useful for close up macro shots & also makes film 'last' longer! I also have a variety of film cameras (35mm, stereo, 110, 120 format) dating from 1940 upwards. Photos from these cameras will appear here from time to time

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