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08-01-2011, 04:23 PM   #2311
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Nice Florence shot Tuco, looks like you got your shoes muddy! My daughter is going to run combine for the neighbor, so I'll try to get some shots then.

On July 4, a kid parked his uncles pickup in my garage(from the side) at about 60 mph knocking the supports out and collapsing it flat. Dealing with this has eaten into my photo time severely. Looks like about 25 grand damage.

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08-01-2011, 04:44 PM   #2312
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QuoteOriginally posted by gary2881 Quote
Nice Florence shot Tuco, looks like you got your shoes muddy! My daughter is going to run combine for the neighbor, so I'll try to get some shots then.

On July 4, a kid parked his uncles pickup in my garage(from the side) at about 60 mph knocking the supports out and collapsing it flat. Dealing with this has eaten into my photo time severely. Looks like about 25 grand damage.

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Thanks. Ha, I carry rubber boots just for times like these. Ouch, sorry to hear about the damage. That's gotta suck.
08-01-2011, 08:43 PM   #2313
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Another view of low tide and foggy morning at the Siuslaw river waterfront in the costal town of Florence, Oregon.





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08-01-2011, 08:55 PM   #2314
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Great character shot. Welcome back to rolling your own. Did Mamiya offer any lenses for that camera in an economical version of a better one to even call it a "kit lens"?
Thanks, I am thrilled with finally being able to develop again.

As far as I know Mamiya did not have an economical version.
I was just calling the 80mm f2.8 a kit lens for its time when compared to current dslrs. Kinda like an MF 50 that came standard with film bodies.
The 80mm is fine and one of my favorites of the Mamiya TLR line.

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Classic view from around lake Louise. This is the day we hiked 20 km and I took the 4x5 with me - totally worth it from i have seen of the first shots developed.

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Reminds me of Ferrania! Woo! Hoo!
I had to google that!
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Another view of low tide and foggy morning at the Siuslaw river waterfront in the costal town of Florence, Oregon.





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Excellent! I know the location well, but have never photographed from there.


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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
Classic view from around lake Louise. This is the day we hiked 20 km and I took the 4x5 with me - totally worth it from i have seen of the first shots developed.

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Sounds like you are hooked! Beautiful image.


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08-02-2011, 07:30 AM   #2319
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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
Classic view from around lake Louise. This is the day we hiked 20 km and I took the 4x5 with me - totally worth it from i have seen of the first shots developed.

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Wow, looks like a hike indeed and a great perspective. Is that a Starbucks on top of that ridge or a fire lookout perhaps.

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Excellent! I know the location well, but have never photographed from there.

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Thanks.
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Low tide and foggy morning at the Siuslaw river waterfront in the costal town of Florence, Oregon.
Excellent contrast in all senses of the word.
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tuco - i admire your shot!
thanks
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Gary2881, great shots, but they are a bit dark, don't you think? Perhaps prolonged development or higher exposure would take care of that.

Nesster, I first just scrolled past your image. But at a second glance, it has qualities. I like the simple composition and the light. The shadow on the ground and the telephone poles makes a nice frame.

Jools, Tuco and Ibenac can just go to hell. You are too good to comment on.

Edit: Ibenac! I just saw your PM about developing from two weeks ago. Hopefully I've answered the question in this thread already, but it's a shame that the PM was literally invisible for so long. One should get some sort of clear hint that one have got a PM, which obviously is not the case. Sorry.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Excellent contrast in all senses of the word.
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tuco - i admire your shot!
thanks
Thanks so much, you guys.
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Medalist rules and Autocord too - Nesster your are a man of my heart.

BTW: my Medalist is coming back from Ken Ruth very soon and I have a "few" rolls of Kodak Plus-X that are waiting for it.

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