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04-11-2011, 07:50 AM   #1606
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Lovely shot tuco!
In no way can I match it, but here is a shot I took on a roll of Foma 100 that I tried a few months ago. Just got to developing it this week.

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04-11-2011, 07:59 AM   #1607
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QuoteOriginally posted by fs999 Quote
Wonderful tonality Tuco ! I love this little sepia touch !
Thanks. I thought the bronze statues looked better with the color from the scan so I left it that way.

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Lovely shot tuco!
Why thanks.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
I don't have the 4x5 glass mounting station from Better Scanning for my 4990 yet to try it out. It's on order.
QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote

I am looking forward to hear what you think of it including the mounting process

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I am with Luc and eagerly waiting to read your impressions of wet mount in general. Sorry it did not work well on the Nikon.


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Here's an architectural shot I did with a Pentax 67 and the latest 200mm lens on Velvia 50. Scanned with a Nikon LS-8000.

I'll also include a 100% crop. This lens is sharp! The crop equates to an image over 8 feet tall.

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What DPI did you scan at?
It does look nicely sharp I will probably look at getting the 67 200mm at some point.
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4000 dpi

Full disclosure: I did do my usual USM processing in Photoshop. But that's a given, IMO.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Corran Quote
Here's an architectural shot I did with a Pentax 67 and the latest 200mm lens on Velvia 50. Scanned with a Nikon LS-8000.

I'll also include a 100% crop. This lens is sharp! The crop equates to an image over 8 feet tall.
Nice. I use to have the 200mm. I found it fine for portraits too. I wish they would have made it like the 165/2.8 with the built-in, pull out lens hood instead of a fixed lens hood by having that front element recessed so far in. It seems to be wasted space after putting a filter on it.
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4000 dpi

Full disclosure: I did do my usual USM processing in Photoshop. But that's a given, IMO.
That's a 100% crop of a 4000dpi scan?? wow it certainly does look impressive to me.

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I am smiling because I have this lens and while it takes a lot of room in my bag, you just proved that it was worth it.

Cheers,

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QuoteOriginally posted by Corran Quote
Here's an architectural shot I did with a Pentax 67 and the latest 200mm lens on Velvia 50. Scanned with a Nikon LS-8000.

I'll also include a 100% crop. This lens is sharp! The crop equates to an image over 8 feet tall.
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Something a little different.....

...a couple of photos of me sorting 6 x 17cm transparencies on my attache case light box. You may have seen these posted by me in the Pentaxium Day Gallery under the title: "Like The Hand Of God"

Shot with a K20D & Sigma 24mm F1.8 EX DG Macro hand held @ 200ASA Raw

6x17's were shot with a 5x4 Toyo with Schneider 47mm & 58mm F5.6 Super-Angulon XL & Rodenstock 65mm f/4.5 Grandagon-N lenses, their respective centre graduated filters & 6 x 17 Art Panorama Back.

The film stock for one of the transparencies may be found amusing (perhaps)

Not too off topic I hope

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...a couple of photos of me sorting 6 x 17cm transparencies on my attache case light box.
Cheers
Scan those bad boys and lets have a look!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Stomie Quote
...a couple of photos of me sorting 6 x 17cm transparencies on my attache case light box. You may have seen these posted by me in the Pentaxium Day Gallery under the title: "Like The Hand Of God"

Shot with a K20D & Sigma 24mm F1.8 EX DG Macro hand held @ 200ASA Raw

6x17's were shot with a 5x4 Toyo with Schneider 47mm & 58mm F5.6 Super-Angulon XL & Rodenstock 65mm f/4.5 Grandagon-N lenses, their respective centre graduated filters & 6 x 17 Art Panorama Back.

The film stock for one of the transparencies may be found amusing (perhaps)

Not too off topic I hope

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Oh my, that is one cool looking format. I can see a chain of mountains or a lake on these.

Nice.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Scan those bad boys and lets have a look!
Definate +1 with tuco there!!
They look great from the over the shoulder view!
And I agree with Luc too, would be great potential for wide landscapes. Although it looks like you have made good use of the aspect ratio anyway!
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Scan those bad boys and lets have a look!
Very cool, plus one on lets see the scans

6x17 is a really cool format, landscapes are the obvious but i really like how you have used it from the over the shoulder view
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Well here's a few from my first rolls of 100 Ektar. I have no stunners, but just using the camera was fun!








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