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08-12-2011, 04:22 PM   #2476
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I love the first one, spacevoid8!

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Kodak Ektar and Voigtländer Bessa III, from yesterday:









It's really nice to be able to develop and scan the images the day after shooting them. The top one was shot at 1/30 wide open, and has a little bit of motion blur. ISO 100 just isn't sufficient for this kind of work if you don't bring your tripod, which I seldom do.
Right now I'm about to order 10 rolls of Provia 400X and a Tetenal E-6 kit. I'm probably just wasting my time and money, but I have to try.


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I need to be more careful judging level while shooting handheld with my 645 - I had a couple of shots that were off ~2.5 degrees. Generally the framing was loose enough that I didn't lose anything important.

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has a pic to be sharp?

today I made some photos in neighbors garden. As bokeh looked really good I dared to capture one photo without anything being sharp. Looking forward for your comment. all with 645d and 120 FA Makro.
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Old bike in Belgium

Taken with A 75 @ f/4 and 1/60. Converted to black and white in CS5

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And the same shot in colour
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Nice bike Itshimitis. I prefer the B&W.

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Bit 'messy', but these are for Martin (Makten)

Pentax 67, 55/4, Tri-X @ 800



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Had another look at the bike shot and added a little more contrast and cropped in a tad tighter

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I was just playing yesterday. I am still testing the limits of the 645D. A 35mm, flash light, ISO 400, f/5.6, five minute exposure.
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No flash light and a 40 second exposure.
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Two from English Lake district

First is 2min 20 exposure with ND400, second is 4min 30 exposure
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That's some nice water flow pattern shooting -- with the bike, I kind of like the color version, and sympathize with the b&w tries, been there many a time myself




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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
That's some nice water flow pattern shooting -- with the bike, I kind of like the color version, and sympathize with the b&w tries, been there many a time myself



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I bet shots on the inside would be really cool too with older architecture.
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I've revisited one of my old shots after importing into CS5 and using unsharp mask before cropping and resizing in CS5.
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