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08-02-2011, 05:33 PM   #2326
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Low tide and foggy morning at the Siuslaw river waterfront in the costal town of Florence, Oregon.
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My pick of the two. Like the clear view of the bridge. Florence - I never made it there but there supposed to be a beautiful beach and some windsurfing action going on...

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Wow, looks like a hike indeed and a great perspective. Is that a Starbucks on top of that ridge or a fire lookout perhaps.
I think it is a fire look-out or a tourist trap. Everybody hikes to that one and ignore his little brother (15 meter lower) that has a nicer view with less trees to block the view.
Hikes in that region are just unreal. in a couple of hours you are pass the tree-line and at the border of glaciers.

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Sounds like you are hooked! Beautiful image.


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Indeed - but now I have lost my Sherpa and will have to carry the tripod myself again

Thanks.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Makten Quote
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.
By how much do you need to reduce time and agitation to account for higher temp in Hell???
Thanks a lot for the (too) kind comment.
I assumed that you had not read my PM so posted again in the forum

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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
My pick of the two. Like the clear view of the bridge. Florence - I never made it there but there supposed to be a beautiful beach and some windsurfing action going on...
Florence's claim to fame lies in the extensive coastal sand dunes that stretch downcoast from the city. The dunes are backed by beautiful blue water lakes and scrub pine forests. Wonderful area!


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I haven't had much time to post lately, and even less time to take photos unfortunately.
But the photos posted here continue to be lovely.

Luc, the mountain view is great. Good work on hiking up there with the LF cam.
Tuco, Nice work with the shots from Florence. It still surprises me how many places in the US seem to have names from European places. Although I guess it's no different here really.
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Foggy morning on the sand dunes near Dunes City, Oregon






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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Low tide and foggy morning at the Siuslaw river waterfront in the costal town of Florence, Oregon.





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Great shot. Love the feel of this

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Tuco, Nice work with the shots from Florence. It still surprises me how many places in the US seem to have names from European places. Although I guess it's no different here really.
Thanks. Well, the other shot is by a town called "Dunes City" for some originality.
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It still surprises me how many places in the US seem to have names from European places
That is so true, though in the case of Florence, the prevailing thought is that it was named for a person or a wrecked ship!


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Great shots here, guys. Make me want to go out and use the big camera again

A couple of months ago, I bought the parts for a Pentax 6x7 (body, prism, 105mm lens). It came with a few rolls of very long expired film, but I used them for test shots before buying new film. I don't own a light meter, so I always use my K7 for metering the exposure
This one was taken on Fujichrome 100 and I must say I like the look of the expired film.


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QuoteOriginally posted by Hopka Quote
Great shots here, guys. Make me want to go out and use the big camera again

A couple of months ago, I bought the parts for a Pentax 6x7 (body, prism, 105mm lens). It came with a few rolls of very long expired film, but I used them for test shots before buying new film. I don't own a light meter, so I always use my K7 for metering the exposure
This one was taken on Fujichrome 100 and I must say I like the look of the expired film.


Yeah, that looks expired alright. f8 @ 1/250 or equal combination thereof?
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I had to look it up in my notes, it was 1/125 @ f5.6 - why?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Hopka Quote
I had to look it up in my notes, it was 1/125 @ f5.6 - why?
Just guessing.
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90, 105 and 55 mm respectively on the 67II. The film was HP5+ developed in Rodinal 1:40.










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