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02-06-2013, 11:22 AM   #3916
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Some more from Vienna with the Pentax 645D and DA 25

1/40 ƒ/8 ISO 200 25 mm




1/80 ƒ/11 ISO 400 25 mm




15 sec ƒ/16 ISO 100 25 mm




15 sec ƒ/16 ISO 100 25 mm




same settings




same settings different position:




02-06-2013, 12:32 PM - 1 Like   #3917
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The Pentax 67 is just great!
Here are some recent shots: Pentax 67 - a set on Flickr








02-06-2013, 12:40 PM   #3918
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QuoteOriginally posted by svanvenetien Quote
The Pentax 67 is just great!
Here are some recent shots: Pentax 67 - a set on Flickr
very nice! which lens are you using?
02-06-2013, 12:46 PM   #3919
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QuoteOriginally posted by LFLee Quote
very nice! which lens are you using?
The first picture was made with the standard 105mm, wide-open on 2.4.
The other two were shot with the 45mm 4.0. It's a "super wide-angle", but it's a lens with almost no distortion, a big pro to me.

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QuoteOriginally posted by svanvenetien Quote
The first picture was made with the standard 105mm, wide-open on 2.4.
The other two were shot with the 45mm 4.0. It's a "super wide-angle", but it's a lens with almost no distortion, a big pro to me.
Very nice. Portra?
02-06-2013, 01:13 PM   #3921
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Very nice. Portra?
Yes! They were made on (a few months expired) Portra 160VC
02-06-2013, 03:24 PM   #3922
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New Pentax 67, first roll

Greetings everyone,

Just got my first roll of film back from the lab shot with my Pentax 67. I lost the first frame from not loading the film correctly apparently, but the others turned out ok. I metered the scene with the TTL prism, and it did ok. Film was Velvia 100 shot at ISO 100, F8-16. I didn't keep notes on the shutter speeds, gotta get into that habit! Oh, and I had a CP polarizing filter on as well.

First frame:



My favorite of the bunch:



The polarizing filter didn't seem to have much of an effect, anyone have any input on that? I'll do some PP and see what I can come up with on these...
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QuoteOriginally posted by DJSponge Quote
Greetings everyone,

Just got my first roll of film back from the lab shot with my Pentax 67. I lost the first frame from not loading the film correctly apparently, but the others turned out ok. I metered the scene with the TTL prism, and it did ok. Film was Velvia 100 shot at ISO 100, F8-16. I didn't keep notes on the shutter speeds, gotta get into that habit! Oh, and I had a CP polarizing filter on as well.

First frame:



My favorite of the bunch:



The polarizing filter didn't seem to have much of an effect, anyone have any input on that? I'll do some PP and see what I can come up with on these...
Sounds familiar... I almost always loose the first shot. Don't know why, becaudea I always had the idea I was loading the film the right way..

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The polarizing filter didn't seem to have much of an effect, anyone have any input on that? I'll do some PP and see what I can come up with on these...
Ah, Mt. Rainier, a familiar sight. I've done much hiking around that area. The direction (angle) of the Sun has a large influence when using a Polarize filter.

Have you checked out the Tolmie Peak trail? It is an easy hike that takes you right up to the mountain. Here is a shot from the peak with a 43mm on my M7II.





100 Ektar, Unicolor C-41 kit home developed

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Ah, Mt. Rainier, a familiar sight. I've done much hiking around that area. The direction (angle) of the Sun has a large influence when using a Polarize filter.

Have you checked out the Tolmie Peak trail? It is an easy hike that takes you right up to the mountain. Here is a shot from the peak with a 43mm on my M7II.
Tuco - Amazing shot! Your photos always impress me tremendously. I haven't been up Tolmie Peak trail yet, plan to this summer.
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This is the best I could do:



I've got some learnin' to do with my P67...
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Tuco - Amazing shot! ... I haven't been up Tolmie Peak trail yet, plan to this summer.
Thanks. I tried a sunrise shot and hiked through the night only to be rewarded with a pretty sterile sunrise. It looks like a sunset on the mountain from that point would be good from early to mid summer too and a more predictable and preferable option, I think.


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This is the best I could do:

I've got some learnin' to do with my P67...
I like it. It captures the tonal scale in the scene and lt looks like about the best you'd get from that vantage point and time.
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Rense - loving that Adox CHS 100.
Yeah... But I think this was my last roll, and I can't get my hands on any more...
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Yeah... But I think this was my last roll, and I can't get my hands on any more...
CHS 100 II is supposed to be available this summer, so perhaps all is not lost?


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