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10-22-2018, 10:27 PM   #1051
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QuoteOriginally posted by CharLac Quote
what are the cars in my parents driveway
Chevy Impala, one in the middle looks like maybe a Dodge/Plymouth and a Ford/Mercury the one near the street?

10-23-2018, 05:25 AM   #1052
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The car in the foreground is a '65 Chevy Impala convertible, the one in front of it -- that's tough. Maybe a 60s Mercury? Or a 70s Toyota? And the one in front of that, I have no idea.
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Chevy Impala, one in the middle looks like maybe a Dodge/Plymouth and a Ford/Mercury the one near the street?
Well done. I can't remember who belonged to the Impala....the 2nd is my 1977 Toyota Celica GT and the third is my parents Mercury Monarch...'77 I think it was
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I guess I was even trying to be artsy at 21 years old.
Pentax K-1000, 50mm / 1982

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Neighborhood carnival, 1988. Pentax 6x7, SMC Pentax 6x7 45mm f4. TXP@250, probably f8 at 1/60, Ilford ID-11, minimal agitation:



Note the detail in the florescent lights


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10-27-2018, 07:20 AM   #1055
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Digitalis, near sunset, in the Cascade Mountains, 1981.

Shot on Kodachrome, with a Ricoh XR2S, with a Pentax M40-80mm zoom lens.

Copied with a Pentax K5IIs, and A50mm f1.7 lens with a Pentax Auto Bellows M and Slide Copier For Auto Bellows M.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Then something weird happened.

Death rays began shooting from it.

I snapped a quick picture and ran for my life.




{Cross posted all over the place}
I think you got that out of order, started running then snapped the photo

I agree with other comments, very well done! There is something fun about having to wait to see the final result whilst shooting film.
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I think you got that out of order, started running then snapped the photo .
I made those exposures without a tripod. To support it I rested the camera and my arms on the roof of my car.

I did have to go back later to get my car, after running for my life though.

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K1000 / 1982
Our kitchen growing up...and our cat Tigger. Check out that funky floor



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K1000 / 1982
Wow, I guess sunsets were just as awesome back then
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QuoteOriginally posted by CharLac Quote
K1000 / 1982
Wow, I guess sunsets were just as awesome back then
Yep. One of my first sunset photos remains one of my favorite. Ca 1984, Canon A-1, cheapo Albinar 80-200 zoom @ 200mm, Kodachrome 64.

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Mine is a similar style. Taken Jan 1973 only a couple of blocks from where I lived as I recall. That entire area was built up only a few years later. Kodachrome naturally.

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One of my best friends from my teens and 20s, and just as crazy as he looks. An artist, cook and lover, he always had a girlfriend or two while most of the rest of us sad sacks had to beg for dates. Here he is showing off his road rash from one of his frequent motorcycle wrecks. Taken in June 1980 with my Spotmatic II and one of my Takumars - probably the 55 f/2 - still my favorite lens. It amazes me that this 38 year old home processed print is still in such good shape. While I was none too meticulous about dust on the negatives, I used to wash - and wash - and wash those prints. It has paid off.

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The Wall

Berlin Germany July 1990
Bob Hope shaking the hand of an East German.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Cipher Quote
Neighborhood carnival, 1988. Pentax 6x7, SMC Pentax 6x7 45mm f4. TXP@250, probably f8 at 1/60, Ilford ID-11, minimal agitation:



Note the detail in the florescent lights
Makes me feel nostalgic.
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QuoteOriginally posted by brightseal Quote
Berlin Germany July 1990
Bob Hope shaking the hand of an East German.
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That is a great photo from several perspectives

I have boxes of Kodachrome 64 photos to scan when I get around to it.
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