Everyday Susie (Hipstamatic)

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A second one today since I didn't do one yesterday. Chamorro is the film from the Guam Hipstapak. It usually adds a deep blue to everything. Once again Susie gets her way.

Photo 37: Chamorro Film

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You would think that, and yet here we are. Cheshire plus Susie makes for a very blown out picture. The sign is unreadable but says "Rockridge Farm". Among other things, they sell handcrafted apple cider.

Photo 38: Cheshire

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Not sure the tones work for this one. Did you keep the original? Its a great image.
 

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You would think that, and yet here we are. Cheshire plus Susie makes for a very blown out picture. The sign is unreadable but says "Rockridge Farm". Among other things, they sell handcrafted apple cider.

Photo 38: Cheshire

Old Truck
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what John said. A great photo and I too would like to see a normal shot of this one.
 

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Mike's Chili is a little restaurant that's been tucked away on a corner in the Seattle neighborhood of Ballard for about 80 years. It's survived the Depression, WWII, a freeway build right next to it, a giant corporation that bought the entire block around it, and the usual gentrification. The chili they make is exceptional. If you go to Seattle, there are two restaurants you have to try: Mike's Chili, and Dick's Burgers. I like what Cinematheque from the Hawaii-based Hanalei pack is doing here, reddening up the pinks of Susie.

Photo 39: Cinematheque

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Mike's Chili is a little restaurant that's been tucked away on a corner in the Seattle neighborhood of Ballard for about 80 years. It's survived the Depression, WWII, a freeway build right next to it, a giant corporation that bought the entire block around it, and the usual gentrification. The chili they make is exceptional. If you go to Seattle, there are two restaurants you have to try: Mike's Chili, and Dick's Burgers. I like what Cinematheque from the Hawaii-based Hanalei pack is doing here, reddening up the pinks of Susie.

Photo 39: Cinematheque

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Cinamatheque is cool, one of my current go to'd
 

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I love the art deco look of this small lighthouse near Federal Way. Interesting that Browny's Espresso 77 is the heaviest of the three sepia films that just came out, yet Susie washes it out all the same.

Photo 33: Browny's Espresso 77

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What an interesting, unique shape! I’ve never seen a lighthouse like this. Love the edit too.
 

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A bonus for me of following this thread is discovering some cool places in WA to visit! This is like a wonderful travelogue!
I am happy to assist.

I've fallen behind quite a bit so let's get some photos up in here, shall we? Let's start with this pair of automotive beauties I saw while out with a friend. The rear car is a 1941 Cadillac Phaeton and in front of it is a mid-1930s Packard Twelve sedan. Cinzano accentuates the streakiness of Susie, but I rather like it.

Photo 40: Cinzano 36

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I have a habit of documenting interesting cars I see when I'm out. What constitutes "interesting" to me is rather subjective. I was struck by how clean, rust- and dent-free this 1970s truck was. Claunch 72 usually has quite a bit of warmth, but Susie turns that into desaturated black and white.

Photo 41: Claunch 72

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Claunch is a good old Hipsta film. It's been around almost from the beginning. Susie turns its coffee-flavored browns into pale yellow streaks.

Photo 36: Claunch 72 Monochrome

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I really wish we had the ability to edit our posts beyond 24 hours. I just realized I kept calling this Claunch, but it's actually Cano Cafenol. Maybe a mod can change the original post?
 

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I have a habit of documenting interesting cars I see when I'm out. What constitutes "interesting" to me is rather subjective. I was struck by how clean, rust- and dent-free this 1970s truck was. Claunch 72 usually has quite a bit of warmth, but Susie turns that into desaturated black and white.

Photo 41: Claunch 72

Ford F-150
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I love your country's love of the automobile, in the UK you would have to go to a classic car show to see anything from the 70's, we all drive black, white or silver boxes now :(
 
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I really wish we had the ability to edit our posts beyond 24 hours. I just realized I kept calling this Claunch, but it's actually Cano Cafenol. Maybe a mod can change the original post?
I thank the moderator who edited my post, except you edited the wrong one. I was wanting Photo 36 edited from the post I was quoting. Thank you. (And I hope I’m not sounding ungrateful.)
I love your country's love of the automobile, in the UK you would have to go to a classic car show to see anything from the 70's, we all drive black, white or silver boxes now :(
It’s all grayscale here, too. No one wants color in their cars anymore. But don’t worry. I’ll save my curmudgeonly ranting for another day.
 

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I am happy to assist.

I've fallen behind quite a bit so let's get some photos up in here, shall we? Let's start with this pair of automotive beauties I saw while out with a friend. The rear car is a 1941 Cadillac Phaeton and in front of it is a mid-1930s Packard Twelve sedan. Cinzano accentuates the streakiness of Susie, but I rather like it.

Photo 40: Cinzano 36

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I love a good classis and theres nothing more so than American autos from this era. Such Art Deco detailing and streamlining, wonderful. make sure you put full colour shots of these beauties in PSSABP&MPR - or maybe have a dedicated car porn thread?
 

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I thank the moderator who edited my post, except you edited the wrong one. I was wanting Photo 36 edited from the post I was quoting. Thank you. (And I hope I’m not sounding ungrateful.)

It’s all grayscale here, too. No one wants color in their cars anymore. But don’t worry. I’ll save my curmudgeonly ranting for another day.
Sorry, my fingers were way ahead of my brain!! All done.:thumbs:
 

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Sorry, my fingers were way ahead of my brain!! All done.:thumbs:
I appreciate it. Thank you.

Another double dip today in my effort to catch up. First up is Combo 2X from the Surrealist Snappak from about two years ago. The overlay it introduces can make for some nicely framed photos. In the center portion where there is no overlay, it barely affects Susie, and the overlay itself covers Susie almost entirely.

Photo 42: Combo 2X

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I've been looking forward to using this with Susie for a while. The D-Type Plate and Susie make for some wonderfully sun-baked vintage photos. Appropriate since I took this photo last summer on the hottest day of the year, 110°F/43.3°C. This is the White River Valley which backs up into Mud Mountain Dam.

Photo 43: D-Type Plate

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I've been looking forward to using this with Susie for a while. The D-Type Plate and Susie make for some wonderfully sun-baked vintage photos. Appropriate since I took this photo last summer on the hottest day of the year, 110°F/43.3°C. This is the White River Valley which backs up into Mud Mountain Dam.

Photo 43: D-Type Plate

White River Valley
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Could be a reconaissance photo from the Civil War. Lovely
 

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I've been looking forward to using this with Susie for a while. The D-Type Plate and Susie make for some wonderfully sun-baked vintage photos. Appropriate since I took this photo last summer on the hottest day of the year, 110°F/43.3°C. This is the White River Valley which backs up into Mud Mountain Dam.

Photo 43: D-Type Plate

White River Valley
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Love this combo. And I remember that day… it’s also the day my car’s A/C decided to die. :screamcat:
 
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