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10-02-2011, 12:14 AM   #2791
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Pentacon six w. Biometar 80, Portra 400. There is slight stain of light leak on the bottom, probably from wrong handling of the negative.

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10-02-2011, 07:07 PM   #2792
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Some 15th Century Graves in Seoul

These are the defenders of the spirits of the Jaeson dynasty spirits:

Pentax 645D FA 33-55 at 33mm and f/11 1/60 with circular polariser




Pentax 645D FA 33-55mm at 33mm and f/11 1/125 with circ polariser




Pentax 645D FA 33-55mm at 33mm and f/16 1/40 with circular polariser


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A colleague of mine in Korea, works incredibly hard. She is often shy around a camera, but will occasionally pose

Pentax 645n Pentax FA 645 75mm at f/4.5 1/90 Fuji Reala 100




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10-04-2011, 05:46 AM   #2794
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Finally, I've started using the P67II again, thanks to a handheld meter!












10-04-2011, 07:10 AM   #2795
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QuoteOriginally posted by Makten Quote
Finally, I've started using the P67II again, thanks to a handheld meter!


I like the different geometrical patterns. They play well together.
You really managed to give a good sense of the incline, with limited distortion.

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which meter, Makten?

The first picture is stunning! Which lens did you use for this one?
10-04-2011, 07:17 AM   #2797
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I was hanging around Sunday morning in a beautiful park by the mountains literally five minutes from the city.
I took my "light" large format setup

Xenar 210/6.1 Fp4 Pyrocat







Angulon 90/6.8 FP4 Pyrocat




Xenar 150/5.6 FP4 Pyrocat




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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
I like the different geometrical patterns. They play well together.
You really managed to give a good sense of the incline, with limited distortion.
Thanks! I'm trying to figure out what "incline" is, but I suppose you refer to the last shot? Funny how simple english words can feel so unknown, heh.
I stood very high on some sort of terrace, which makes the perspective a bit unexpected. Too bad I didn't hold the camera straight though.

Nice LF stuff! I'll probably not be able to resist trying one of those.

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which meter, Makten?
Gossen Digiflash. I don't need flash metering, but it was the only meter I could find in Stockholm. Very expensive for what you get, but it's small and works well (not for night photography though).

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The first picture is stunning! Which lens did you use for this one?
Thanks, I used the SMC 6x7 55/4 at f/16. I wanted the SMC 67, but I found this one in mint condition for a very low price (1300 SEK), and I've been happy with it.

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Thanks, I used the SMC 6x7 55/4 at f/16. I wanted the SMC 67, but I found this one in mint condition for a very low price (1300 SEK), and I've been happy with it.
I have used it once, the latest version. Great sharpness. One of the best. Not sure of the 6x7, thought, I think they changed the optics for the latest.
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Pentax 67II, 100mm Macro, TMAX 400, red filter (25).
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10-05-2011, 06:55 PM   #2801
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Last weekend I went to a car show nearby. I sent film to The Darkroom in CA. They already emailed me lo res images-that was quick! Pentax 645, 75 2.8, and E100VS. The sun was blazing and was very harsh. Overcast would have been better for the underhood and interior shots.











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Just picked up the 645D and the 55mm F2.8 last week, this is my first time using Pentax
This is the RMS Segwun & Wenonah II located in Gravenhurst Ontario.



Some small falls we found just outside Algonquin Park


Sunrise at Lake Of Two Rivers in Algonquin Park

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The last one is nice! Did you do any post or use a filter system?
Very nice indeed.
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Looks like a very good first week of 645D ownership, mrclark! May you have many more fine weeks with it ahead...
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QuoteOriginally posted by mrclark321 Quote
Just picked up the 645D and the 55mm F2.8 last week, this is my first time using Pentax
This is the RMS Segwun & Wenonah II located in Gravenhurst Ontario.



Some small falls we found just outside Algonquin Park


Sunrise at Lake Of Two Rivers in Algonquin Park
Oh! Man! Those are nice!

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