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10-18-2011, 01:07 PM   #3061
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Heres some pictures i wanted to throw away at first. I often do that if they're oof, badly composed or anything other.
I thought this time i would give them a chance and realised that, i should do that more often.
So, before you throw any pictures away, give them a second chance.
bla bla bla.... heres some "bad" shots

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10-18-2011, 01:20 PM   #3062
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QuoteOriginally posted by the swede Quote
Heres some pictures i wanted to throw away at first. I often do that if they're oof, badly composed or anything other.
I thought this time i would give them a chance and realised that, i should do that more often.
So, before you throw any pictures away, give them a second chance.
bla bla bla.... heres some "bad" shots
Those are great! I especially love the last one!
10-18-2011, 02:49 PM   #3063
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Some more fall colors from the 43 and *istD.
Exceptional clarity and colour! The leaves don't go that red round here too much, more just different shades of golden orange.

I've been quite busy recently, but now I'm starting to look at some of the shots from my holiday with my Family.

Here is one of my boy getting used to the sea, kind of

FA43 f/1.9

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QuoteOriginally posted by bickrs Quote
Exceptional clarity and colour! The leaves don't go that red round here too much, more just different shades of golden orange.

I've been quite busy recently, but now I'm starting to look at some of the shots from my holiday with my Family.

Here is one of my boy getting used to the sea, kind of

FA43 f/1.9
Lovely shot.

I think kid shots should be banned here ;-p. How can the rest of us possibly compete? LOL.

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QuoteOriginally posted by loco Quote
Those are great! I especially love the last one!
Agreed.. that last one is great.
10-18-2011, 04:29 PM   #3066
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QuoteOriginally posted by bickrs Quote
Exceptional clarity and colour! The leaves don't go that red round here too much, more just different shades of golden orange.

I've been quite busy recently, but now I'm starting to look at some of the shots from my holiday with my Family.

Here is one of my boy getting used to the sea, kind of

FA43 f/1.9
Thanks David.

Great shot of your boy. Definitely a keeper.
10-18-2011, 10:39 PM   #3067
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QuoteOriginally posted by bossa Quote
Lovely shot.

I think kid shots should be banned here ;-p. How can the rest of us possibly compete? LOL.
Thank you! This at least gives me a fighting chance

QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Thanks David.

Great shot of your boy. Definitely a keeper.
Thanks a lot
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No Kid Shotz!

QuoteOriginally posted by bickrs Quote
Thank you! This at least gives me a fighting chance



Thanks a lot
Actually, I was only joking of course because your pictures are excellent regardless.

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Ha ha! I was about to say, dont blame me for having a kid......
But i realized..... Im absolutely the one to blame

Really good picture Bickrs!
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Like others, i feel the 43 is sometimes hard to handle compared to the 31 and 77 wich both behaves so darn good. My 43 sometimes shows inconsistent AF results, and just as often its spot on. But i love the fov of the 43, and it really is a uniform and versatile lens. I need to use it more often...

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Those are beautiful portraits, such nice warm tones.
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Thanks Lori
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Hi everybody,

Hereīs some shots with FA limiteds from last summer. All shot on Fuji Superia film and Pentax P30 body. I recently bought another film body, the Pentax K2. Shooting film feels very demanding, but it feels like a breeze of fresh air after spending too many hours in front of the computer going through all those RAW pictures in Lightroom. Photography is fun again!

First shot with 31, then 43 and finally 77(crop)
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QuoteOriginally posted by _quicksilver_ Quote
Hi everybody,

Hereīs some shots with FA limiteds from last summer. All shot on Fuji Superia film and Pentax P30 body. I recently bought another film body, the Pentax K2. Shooting film feels very demanding, but it feels like a breeze of fresh air after spending too many hours in front of the computer going through all those RAW pictures in Lightroom. Photography is fun again!

First shot with 31, then 43 and finally 77(crop)
Nice work with the 3 limiteds on film.
I originally bought my 43 last January to use one my MZ-L and have taken many more film shot's with it than digital.

Here's one of my favorite, on Provia 100 shot with my K2.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Nice work with the 3 limiteds on film.
I originally bought my 43 last January to use one my MZ-L and have taken many more film shot's with it than digital.

Here's one of my favorite, on Provia 100 shot with my K2.
Thanks Colton! Thatīs a very nice picture with the 43. For some reason I also prefer using the 43 on film more than digital. Also on film, I rarely use the 31, except on landscape shots where it really excels. The 77 feels good on both formats and is propably my favourite lens of the FA limiteds.
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