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06-08-2012, 04:02 PM   #3376
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QuoteOriginally posted by Yamanobori Quote
Brilliant. And you just know that happened when a driver avoided a horse.
Haha, thanks!

What I heard was that the dude swerved and hit it got a DUI . . . .

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QuoteOriginally posted by Fontan Quote
Haha, thanks!

What I heard was that the dude swerved and hit it got a DUI . . . .
As was that from the horse's mouth?
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A few days ago I received my second P645, this time accompanied by two lenses I was looking for, the A35mm f3.5 and the A120mm f4 Macro. The entire set contained a 75mm and 55mm which are in a far better shape than the ones I allready had. So it seems a bit redundant to have two simmilar sets, but I like it!

Some shots, for testing purposes, so again, all shot around the corner from where i live. Shot on Kodak 125PX, developed in Kodak T-max, scanned with my Epson v500, no PP except contrast correction to compensate for scanning.








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06-09-2012, 05:35 PM   #3379
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QuoteOriginally posted by arjen Quote
A few days ago I received my second P645, this time accompanied by two lenses I was looking for, the A35mm f3.5 and the A120mm f4 Macro. The entire set contained a 75mm and 55mm which are in a far better shape than the ones I allready had. So it seems a bit redundant to have two simmilar sets, but I like it!

Some shots, for testing purposes, so again, all shot around the corner from where i live. Shot on Kodak 125PX, developed in Kodak T-max, scanned with my Epson v500, no PP except contrast correction to compensate for scanning.


You are so lucky! The A35/3.5 is the one lens I still don't have but really want for my P645n. Your photo shows why! (if indeed this was taken with the 35mm) The amazingly straight horizontal lines are really quite amazing for such a wide angle lens. I was lucky enough to find the 35mm for my Mamiya 645 ProTL but even though I've seen the Pentax A35/3.5 on the shelf a couple of times it is out of my price range.
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I feel lucky indeed, the images were taken with my A35mm f3.5. I'm quite happy with the lens, and with the rest of my new set. The price was also pretty amazing, However the lens shows some distortion, but at very low levels, I did not have to correct these images for barrel distortion.
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been a while since i posted here so one from the archives (using a Lowly Holga)


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Some Impressions from our recent trip to Florence (Italy, not Oregon...)

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"Lupine on Fire" -captured this morning along Lake Superior.

Pentax 645D, 35mm A, ISO 200, 1 sec, f/22, Singh Ray Daryl Benson Rev Grad ND 3-stop

I wish every day started like this!

When the alarm went off at 4am today, I almost didn't get up...but I knew from the forecast that thunderstorms were likely in the AM starting sometime after sunrise. That means a possibility of dramatic light, which means that I wouldn't have been able to sleep anyways, knowing "for sure" that if I did sleep in I'd be missing a real treat.

This is the fourth time I've set-up at this location. The other times, either windy conditions or flat lighting prevented any sort of "magic" from happening. Today, it looks like everything worked in my favor!
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Had a film or two developed the other day. This was taken in Hamburg back in November. A colleague of mine:

Pentax 645N FA 75 at f/2.8 and 1/8 Ilford Delta Pro 100. Added a little dark sepia in Silver efex pro 2


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the picture is nice, but the shutter speed and the fact that the picture is almost blurry free is impressive !
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the picture is nice, but the shutter speed and the fact that the picture is almost blurry free is impressive !
Thank you - one of the advantages of the FA 75 is that it's the medium format equivalent of a pancake lens so handholding at slow speeds is easier. If I'm hard on myself, it could be sharper still, but I'm reasonably happy. Had I had 400 speed in the camera, it would have been sharper, but I did the best with what I had in the camera.
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