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04-29-2010, 08:34 AM   #196
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QuoteOriginally posted by rparmar Quote
Very nice indeed. Many would pass right by this scene.
Thanks, rparmar

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[CENTER]Admiralty Head Lighthouse, Whidbey Is., WA, Tri-X

Clean, clean, clean, what a photograph, almost edible
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Clean, clean, clean, what a photograph, almost edible
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I have not been on Whidbey Island for quite some time, but will be in the area in a week or two. I might have to drive down the island, take the ferry to Pt. Townsend and do so serious shooting along the way. Thanks tuco for the inspiration.


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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Clean, clean, clean, what a photograph, almost edible
Thanks Nesster. The cubic films do have a nice look.

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+1

I have not been on Whidbey Island for quite some time, but will be in the area in a week or two. I might have to drive down the island, take the ferry to Pt. Townsend and do so serious shooting along the way. Thanks tuco for the inspiration.
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You're welcome. Get out and shoot! That shot was before they started some repair on the front of the lighthouse. I was there not long ago and they had some roof work being done.





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Tuco, that parachute scene really shows off what the Pentax 67 does better than most other cameras in that format--handle. Very nice.

Water scenes seem to be your specialty, and you have the touch for them.
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Tuco, that parachute scene really shows off what the Pentax 67 does better than most other cameras in that format--handle. Very nice.

Water scenes seem to be your specialty, and you have the touch for them.
Thanks, GeneV. I guess there is a lot of water to practice on around here. Spring must be pretty in Albuquerque. Should we expect to see some of that beauty soon?
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Thanks, GeneV. I guess there is a lot of water to practice on around here. Spring must be pretty in Albuquerque. Should we expect to see some of that beauty soon?
Unfortunately, Spring here starts off with 40mph winds. I'm looking forward to our getting past that point very soon, so I can get the 645 out.

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This was a "spontaneous" portrait while visiting this guy. I had two flashes in my camera bag but no diffusion for them. I set up a simple front fill and side key all hard light. The dog unexpectedly looked the camera's way at the last second.





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Wacky stuff tuco! Crisp and great tones -- of course!
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Fomapan & Perceptol

This week-end I developed for the first time with Perceptol and I have to say that I like it very much.
Fomapan 100 EI 100 plus yellow filter
Perceptol 1+3 - agitation 1minute, 10s every minute for 5 minutes, stand for 10 minutes = 16 minutes
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Does anybody as some experience developing Perceptol full stand or semi-stand?

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Lovely shot! What film was this shot on?
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Sorry, this may help. What film did you use on this shot?



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First of all, Id like to welcome everyone. It's my first post on this forum

And that's a shot from my first little sesion with 645n + FA45-85/4.5@85/6.7


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This week-end I developed for the first time with Perceptol and I have to say that I like it very much.
Fomapan 100 EI 100 plus yellow filter
Perceptol 1+3 - agitation 1minute, 10s every minute for 5 minutes, stand for 10 minutes = 16 minutes
Pentax 645 with A-35mm/3.5

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Splendid results. Those are really good.



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Wacky stuff tuco! Crisp and great tones -- of course!
Thanks. Yeah, it is wacky. The dog saved the day on that one!
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