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08-29-2011, 05:17 AM   #2611
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QuoteOriginally posted by phonoline Quote
That's a beauty! But, please, tell me, that these colours come from post production.
Thank you. PP was responsible for a little more saturation, but the color intensity came from using a Singh Ray LBColor Combo.

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Oh yes, that's what I would be doing. I've got the changing bag, scanner etc. The issue is that I live in Ireland with one bathroom in the house shared between myself and two women. And two cats. So taking over that one room for chemicals etc. isn't really going to happen! (I have a shed but no water flow there.)
My place is the size of a small european row house with 1 bath as well. I keep the chemicals and ass't gear in a small closet and use the bathroom for the short period needed for the water flow, I hang them to dry in my office which is tiny and easier to control the dust levels in (at 130 year old there is really no easy way to control dust in my house in reality)
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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
It's been busy in here lately! But here's another image:

Pentax 67, 55/4, Fuji Acros EI80



Nice. You could just for the sake of it try some cropping of the left side to close to a square format.

Cheers,

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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
Nice. You could just for the sake of it try some cropping of the left side to close to a square format.

Cheers,

Luc
Hey Luc, thanks for the suggestion. I never seem to know how/when to crop my 67 shots.
How about this?

Pentax 67, 55/4, Fuji Acros EI 80 (cropped)



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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
It's been busy in here lately! But here's another image:

Pentax 67, 55/4, Fuji Acros EI80
Really nice.
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Really nice.
Thanks tuco. I'm aiming to go back to this place soon, try some different stuff.
cheers.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Cuchulainn Quote
A couple from a Scotland trip. Both P645N, 75mm LS lens and home developed Acros 100

Dunottar Castle keep


The depths of the stores
Two nice shots here. I'd love to get to a Scottish castle one day.

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More from that hiking trip



N 65mm f4.5 L, Yellow Filter, Kodak 100TMX

Very nice sharpness, contrast and light.

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N 65mm f4.5 L, NDX8, Kodak 400TMY

This is pretty nice too. I'm looking at trying out some more long exposures soon.

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I spent some of the day with my brother, sister in law and their baby yesterday. Took this shot as they were about to go. He did smile after but this shot was more interesting for me....

FA 55-110 at 98mm f/8 1/125 ISO 800
Needless to say, heaps of detail in there...

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Kodak Monitor Six-20, Fomapan 100 in D-76
Nice Foma tones Jussi. Hope things have been OK up your way, been a lot on the news here about the Hurricane.
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Very dramatic colors in your sunrise, Tri, and well-caught! The trees add some interest to the foreground.

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Thank you, Doug. I really appreciate your kind comments.

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Jason, love your waterfall shot, both versions.

Gary

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As I was coming to an end of a 12 mile walk, I took one last shot as it went dark. One of the infuriating things about my 645d is that it goes from 2 bars of battery straight to the battery being empty and flashing. I lost a 60 minute startrail shot to this earlier in the week as it was processing the NR (it is turned off but it's disobedient). On this occasion the battery depleted just as the countdown hit zero and the file did save.

FA 55-110 f/11 ISO 100, 25 minute exposure


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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
Hey Luc, thanks for the suggestion. I never seem to know how/when to crop my 67 shots.
How about this?

Pentax 67, 55/4, Fuji Acros EI 80 (cropped)

I was thinking cropping more of the left side in order to get the falls a wee bit off center and puting some emphasis on the s shape.
Hope you do not mind I have attached a quick crop to illustrate.
Every time I see a picture with the 55/4 I cannot help loving this lens (and the pictures...).

Cheers,

Luc

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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
I was thinking cropping more of the left side in order to get the falls a wee bit off center and puting some emphasis on the s shape.
Hope you do not mind I have attached a quick crop to illustrate.
Every time I see a picture with the 55/4 I cannot help loving this lens (and the pictures...).

Cheers,

Luc
Of course you are welcome to have a go. I was kinda hoping you would... Thanks
Yes it's a good lens.
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Going through images from my summer trips bit at a time...

Nikkor 90/8 - FP4+ in Pyrocat MC



Cheers,

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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
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This is pretty nice too. I'm looking at trying out some more long exposures soon.
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How are you set for ND filters? I carry a NDX400 and NDX8 around and find that covers the bases. You really don't get any extra time from reciprocity with Acros so you often have to slap on a dense ND filter for that film in all but the lower light conditions.
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