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04-27-2011, 04:18 PM   #1666
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QuoteOriginally posted by Makten Quote
I don't know exactly, I just bougt something called "Tetenal C-41 kit", the 1 liter version.

From the next roll of Portra 400...



Nice capitalization on repeating patterns in that first one.

04-27-2011, 09:20 PM   #1667
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Love those images Martin!

Here are a couple more from Alaska.

Alaska locomotive 2003 was taken with my Pentax 645NII and the 80-160mm A lens. The B&W image of the office building was taken with my Hasselblad 501CM and the 60mm CFi lens.

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More from the P67 and 105/2.4, this time with Portra 400 at EI250. Really amazing film, the grain, sharpness, and color never fail to astound me. I'm going to try pushing it to 1600 next time.



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Bridges and depressions don't fit together:-(





105/2.4 wide open on P67II with Ilford FP4...

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645D with FA 200mm F/4 @ F4



645D with FA 200mm F/4 @ F4



645D with FA 200mm F/4 @ F4



645D with FA 200mm F/4 @ F8
04-28-2011, 11:07 PM   #1671
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First time I've been on a ferry that was practically empty. I felt compelled to take a shot.





Hasselblad 500C/M, Zeiss Distagon CF T* FLE 50mm f4, New Portra 400, Jobo C-41 Press Kit, Pentax Spotmeter V


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04-29-2011, 07:25 AM   #1672
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QuoteOriginally posted by lnorton Quote
645D with FA 200mm F/4 @ F4



645D with FA 200mm F/4 @ F4



645D with FA 200mm F/4 @ F4



645D with FA 200mm F/4 @ F8
Welcome to the forum! It looks like you have been putting your camera to good use in the Skagit Valley!


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Welcome to the forum! It looks like you have been putting your camera to good use in the Skagit Valley!

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Yes, welcome. The freeway gets backed up from the number of people leaving the tulip fields on a peak weekend.

04-29-2011, 10:48 PM   #1674
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Thanks guys - very excited about my upgrade from the D3x to 645D. Spent some time today trying to dial in corner to corner sharpness on my 35mm manual focus lens. I previously was very pleased with my D3x/24 PC-E combo - and am very happy to report that I was able to exceed that with my 35mm copy (at 100%, and a much higher resolution).
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black angus cow.



pentax 6x7 105 2.4, at 2.4 i think.
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black angus cow.



pentax 6x7 105 2.4, at 2.4 i think.

Damn nice shot
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Damn nice shot

thanks, they make interesting subjects
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I have been testing my newly acquire Panorama head for the Minolta Autocord on our park next door and it works fairly well. Not the most exciting picture but it is 5 6x6 negatives stitched together in PTgui.




And just a little bit of close-up by contrast :-)



All in Acros 100 souped in Diafine 5+5 (not my first choice for Acros)

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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
I have been testing my newly acquire Panorama head for the Minolta Autocord on our park next door and it works fairly well. Not the most exciting picture but it is 5 6x6 negatives stitched together in PTgui.

All in Acros 100 souped in Diafine 5+5 (not my first choice for Acros)

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Interesting pan. Any difficulties with consistent scanning and adjusting each shot for the stitch?
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testing my newly acquire Panorama head for the Minolta Autocord
What do these look like - you got a very nice result!
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