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05-01-2011, 01:19 PM   #1681
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Interesting pan. Any difficulties with consistent scanning and adjusting each shot for the stitch?

No with Diafine I have a VERY flat negative with plenty of room for the scanner DR so it is not a problem to adjsut tonality afterward.
Now with more difficult light conditions it might be a little bit more challenging.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
What do these look like - you got a very nice result!

It actually does not look like much. It just brings the center of the lens far back just enough to improve panning.

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Nice pano Luc !
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Both with Pentax 67 and 165 ls lens and two off camera flashes
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Overly contrasty as I was agitated when I was agitating... Oh well lesson learned don't go into the dark room angry.




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Spring treescapes. 645D, 67 105mm lens (late). The Horizontal image is a four-frame stitch. The other is a single frame.
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I finally found some time to shoot some 120 with my 67 and try out my recently acquired SMC 67 200/4. I also took the opportunity to try some Kodak Ektar in 120.

Pentax 67, SMC 67 200/4 @f/4, Kodak Ektar

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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
I finally found some time to shoot some 120 with my 67 and try out my recently acquired SMC 67 200/4. I also took the opportunity to try some Kodak Ektar in 120.

Pentax 67, SMC 67 200/4 @f/4, Kodak Ektar
Nice shot. Congrats on the new lens.

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Nice work Colton. That lens or the 165/2.8 are next on my radar I think. Looks pretty nice, good DoF.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Nice shot. Congrats on the new lens.
Thanks Tuco.


QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
Nice work Colton. That lens or the 165/2.8 are next on my radar I think. Looks pretty nice, good DoF.
Thanks Jason,
I debated a bit between those same two lenses but the 200/4 won out when I found a nice late version for around $100. Plus I kinda wanted the longer reach. So far it seems like a sweet lens.
Here's another shot from it.

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I finally developed and scanned a roll of Ektar that has been sitting around in the P67II for too long. This time I did some more brutal PP, since the film really begged for it.









The first one is the 105/2.4 @ f/4 and the second the 90/2.8 @ f/9 (or whatever is the halfstop between f/8 and f/11). What really amazes me is the non-existent distortion of the 90!
When shooting close up there's some barrel distortion, but at this distance it's just zero. The 105 is also very good in that respect, but I already knew that.
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Went on my first hike of the year and got this shot. Boy, my legs are sore. It was up hill in both directions. First time shooting people with this new film. It was in the shade, f5.6 @ 1/250. A pro pack of Kodak's New Portra 160 just arrived today. I'm looking forward to trying it out with some strobe lighting.





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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Went on my first hike of the year and got this shot. Boy, my legs are sore. It was up hill in both directions. First time shooting people with this new film. It was in the shade, f5.6 @ 1/250. A pro pack of Kodak's New Portra 160 just arrived today. I'm looking forward to trying it out with some strobe lighting.
Nice shot.
I'll be interested to see what you think about the new Portra 160. I'm keen to try it too.
Actually, just got my first roll of new Portra 400 back this afternoon (along with another 8 rolls of colour). It hasn't reached the scanner yet, but will see how it goes!
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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
Nice shot.
I'll be interested to see what you think about the new Portra 160. I'm keen to try it too.
Actually, just got my first roll of new Portra 400 back this afternoon (along with another 8 rolls of colour). It hasn't reached the scanner yet, but will see how it goes!
Thanks. Soon as I a find a willing subject, I'll give it go. I think I'll also give a still life shot a try.

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