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12-29-2011, 03:23 PM   #3016
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gurtch, those two are stunning images, particularly the 2nd with the gull overhead. Nice job.

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gurtch, both picture are so beautiful. Stand 5 minutes to juste admire them and take a rest

itshimitis, another very beautiful pictures here, the last one shocked me at once, when i saw the helmet size and the head of the boy soldier.

Great work here.
Thanks very much!

The previous night I went out and shot some photos of the unknown soldier memorial

Pentax 645D FA 120 f/4 at f/11 6 secs converted in Silver efex




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gurtch, those two are stunning images, particularly the 2nd with the gull overhead. Nice job.
Near disaster on that photo shoot. I had the big medium format digital camera on tripod. After the shoot, I was putting stuff in my bag. A big gust blew my tripod over nose (lens) first. The filter smashed into a million pieces, but protected the len's front element. The camera is weather sealed which helped protect it from the sand. My wide angle lens survived with only a pin point mark in the lens coating.
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Pentax 67II, 105mm, T-MAX 100, San Marco, Venice



Pentax 67II, 105mm, T-MAX 100, Dorsoduro, Venice



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Finally managed to shoot my first 120 roll of Provia 100F with my 67.

This is a shot of some of the local Pear orchards. Pear farming was the main industry in the Rogue Valley for 70+ years but due to the costs of farming and the profits in developing, the number of orchards is getting smaller every year.


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QuoteOriginally posted by phonoline Quote
Pentax 67II, 105mm, T-MAX 100, San Marco, Venice



Pentax 67II, 105mm, T-MAX 100, Dorsoduro, Venice



Pentax 67II, 105mm, Ilford 3200, San Polo, Venice


Wow, excellent set !The 3rd one is my favorite.

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Thanks, Arno!

Pentax 67II, 105mm, T-MAX 100, San Polo, Venice



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Pentax 67II, 105mm, T-MAX 100, San Marco, Venice ( a little crooked, my fault in Photoshop)

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Another from the same roll of Provia 100


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Very nice Provia shots, Colton. Provia is such a nice film. Your Rogue Valley shots bring back lots of memories. I partied and swam many times in Emigrant Lake, as I lived in Ashland from 1972 to 1976 while going to college.

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This is the first time I have used off camera flash, and I have plenty to learn there!

My wife bought me a fantastic Faberge watch for my 40th birthday, and I rather suspect that I wear it too often from the scratches on the 18 carat gold body of the watch.

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Added a tilt to the last one:


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Fabergé watch are absolutly beautiful.

Great shot here !
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My first sunset of 2012:

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I rejigged the first one too and added a little more fill light to bring out the enamel detail

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Two of the hardest things to shoot in the studio are glass and metal. In the case of metal, the best light is indirect and diffuse. I would either put large sheets of paper or translucent plastic between the watch and lights or I would reflect the light off large surfaces. Tenting the watch in white fabric would be good as well.
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