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10-09-2011, 12:49 PM   #2821
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not a pentax, but some scans from my first attempt at MF
Mamiya rb67, 90mm f/3.8 and some ektar











10-09-2011, 01:43 PM   #2822
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How do you like the RB67, adpo? Which one do you own? I am thinking of getting one myself as you can shift with it, can't you?
10-09-2011, 02:17 PM   #2823
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i love this thing. I got the pro-s model with a waist level viewfinder and 120 back. sadly, while it does focus via bellows, it does not offer any shift capabilities
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Thanks.

ithsimitis : both 2 and 3 are nice to me !

Thanks I was amazed I got the camera out as it was so miserable. In fact I almost left without my camera, especially as I had waited in all morning for a delivery of film from a national retailer (some Portra 800 amongst some more Reala 100 and Pan F 50). I took my camera in case in my rucsac. I also find ordinary rucsacs more practical for walking with than my Kata photographic one which has no chest strap


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10-09-2011, 02:30 PM   #2825
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Hello,

a few portrait picts taken with 645D in Paris - Salon de la Photo :


A 135mm f/4 Leaf Shutter ISO800, 1/250s, f/4 + AF360 FGZ


FA 75mm ISO100, 1/125s, f/2.8, -0,7EV + AF360FGZ


FA 75mm ISO400, 1/125s, f/5.6, -0,7 EV + AF360FGZ


FA 75mm ISO1250, 1/125s, f/5, -0,7 EV + AF360FGZ
Nicely lit and good poses (and the girl's aren't bad either )
10-10-2011, 01:33 PM   #2826
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QuoteOriginally posted by adpo Quote
i love this thing. I got the pro-s model with a waist level viewfinder and 120 back. sadly, while it does focus via bellows, it does not offer any shift capabilities
It looks heavy but also like a real studio medium format camera. Ever tried it there?
10-10-2011, 01:51 PM   #2827
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the weight is comparable to when i used to shoot with a 80-200 f2.8, so while it is quite hefty, i can get away with shooting all day with one (oh the wonders of being young ) havent used it for portraits yet, but i'll be trying some studio work once i buy some portra
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Playing around with P67 and contre-jour to finish a roll



Cheers,

Luc

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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
Playing around with P67 and contre-jour to finish a roll



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amazing shot! the way the leaves seem so flat is pretty surreal
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amazing shot! the way the leaves seem so flat is pretty surreal

Thank you. The funny thing is that I just wanted to finish a roll but it ended up been the only shot of the roll that I kept

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Something totally different. On Sunday I went hiking with a friend a little bit outside of the usual trails. It takes about 20 miles of 4x4 on decommissioned logging roads to the start of this barely marked trail plus some scrambling on clear cuts left over logs and overgrown berry bushes (best place to meet a bear - black or grizzly judging by the scats). But boy is it worth it.
I took the Hasselblad with Distagon 60mm (hell of a lens BTW) a couple of rolls of TMY-2 on a light bag (good thinking based on the amount of scrambling...).

I started scanning the results.



A pano of three shots handheld.


Cheers,

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10-10-2011, 10:19 PM   #2832
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Some more:


This one for the memory. My friend John and my dog at the "end of the road" and the beginning of the trail - well at least where it would be if not for the left over from logging...




And another pano from higher-up on the ridge.



We have a date with this trail to finish-up next year when days are longer.

Cheers,

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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
Thank you. The funny thing is that I just wanted to finish a roll but it ended up been the only shot of the roll that I kept

Cheers,

Luc
Great shot indeed. Intuition...
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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
Something totally different. On Sunday I went hiking with a friend a little bit outside of the usual trails. It takes about 20 miles of 4x4 on decommissioned logging roads to the start of this barely marked trail plus some scrambling on clear cuts left over logs and overgrown berry bushes (best place to meet a bear - black or grizzly judging by the scats). But boy is it worth it.
I took the Hasselblad with Distagon 60mm (hell of a lens BTW) a couple of rolls of TMY-2 on a light bag (good thinking based on the amount of scrambling...).

I started scanning the results.



A pano of three shots handheld.


Cheers,

Luc

Very much worth the trouble, I would say! Superb!


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Some more:




We have a date with this trail to finish-up next year when days are longer.

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Luc
Count me in. Give me a call or e-mail before you go (I am serious!)


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