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10-06-2012, 02:55 PM   #3601
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Yes, Nightfly, I had to take my daughter to Bangor today to take the SATs, Monday It's down to Bates for an open house. Any chance your on the island on Sunday?

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Pentax 67, SMC 75/4.5, Lomography Color 100, Epson V500





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QuoteOriginally posted by wuzet Quote
Pentax 67, SMC 75/4.5, Lomography Color 100, Epson V500
Nice. I particularly like the last one. I've tried Lomography 100 in 35mm and will definately try it in 120 too. It seems decent and it's by far the cheapest 100ish-ISO colour film in 120 (not that there are many left).

10-07-2012, 01:29 PM   #3605
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Very impressive drm & Douglee last page.



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10-08-2012, 08:02 AM   #3606
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Some shots from my recent trip to Grand Teton National Park...



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Here's the vertical version of the same image...



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Which version do you like more? --vertical or horizontal?

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Another from Grand Teton at the Snake River Overlook...



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Same image in color...

10-08-2012, 12:45 PM   #3611
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Ryan, i prefer the vertical one, and the B&W in second post (better contrast).
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Another from the Tetons...sorry to break the "sun burst" theme for the day!



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any my final Teton image for today...this one's from Oxbow Bend



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QuoteOriginally posted by Ryan Tischer Quote
any my final Teton image for today...this one's from Oxbow Bend



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You've put up some really great shots lately, I understand if you're protecting these as you make money off them, but your watermark kind of detracts. Could you use a less intrusive watermark on these smaller images?
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QuoteOriginally posted by kenafein Quote
You've put up some really great shots lately, I understand if you're protecting these as you make money off them, but your watermark kind of detracts. Could you use a less intrusive watermark on these smaller images?
I put the larger watermark on them for sharing on facebook so that when people 'steal' them at least their friends know where it came from. I guess I could save an entirely different version just for this forum, but it all takes time...
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