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04-07-2013, 10:53 AM   #4036
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QuoteOriginally posted by tomart Quote
Rob1234 - yes - focusing screen have to be calibrated. You can find in the Pentax 67 Service Manual how to do this. But of course I have never tried and I think you need some equipment to do this.
Screenshot below from this manual.

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That's fantastic - thanks very much.

Here's one stopped down a bit!


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Mighty fine imagery you all are posting here. I'll post some meager attempts here and there as I slowly get back into film via a 645N kit.

Taken last year. Nothing special, just some random snapshots around town as I was checking the camera and lenses and getting used to the kit. Negatives were packed away for a move that is on hold, so I don't have the shooting data available right now.

Morning light, Velvia 100...



Late afternoon light, Velvia 100...

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Great images everyone. I really look forward to the news posts in this thread each week.

Here's a couple 67 scans from a few weeks ago in Arizona. Horseshoe bend is a 3 image pano.
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QuoteOriginally posted by drm Quote
Great images everyone. I really look forward to the news posts in this thread each week.

Here's a couple 67 scans from a few weeks ago in Arizona.
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Beautiful - especially Antelope Canyon. Was that at the Upper or Lower?
04-14-2013, 02:18 PM   #4042
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QuoteOriginally posted by Pentikonian Quote
Beautiful - especially Antelope Canyon. Was that at the Upper or Lower?
Thank you, it was Lower Antelope. My first time there, definitely will go back some day.
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Thank you, it was Lower Antelope. My first time there, definitely will go back some day.
Yeah, that whole northern AZ/ southern UT area is something else. I love it. Hoping to get back out there sometime in the next few months.

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QuoteOriginally posted by drm Quote
Great images everyone. I really look forward to the news posts in this thread each week.

Here's a couple 67 scans from a few weeks ago in Arizona. Horseshoe bend is a 3 image pano.
P67ii, 55mm f/4
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Love the horse-shoe, but shows the dynamic limitations of transparency film!
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QuoteOriginally posted by rob1234 Quote
Love the horse-shoe, but shows the dynamic limitations of transparency film!
Thanks Rob. If you are referring to the dr of the skyline, that's pretty much how the horizon looked that day, overcast white cloudy layer. I'll probably crop more off the top in the future so it's not a distraction. But I liked the thin cloud overcast veil because it let me photograph the canyon in full daylight and brought out the natural rich colors in the canyon. Many times this scene gets shot at dawn/dusk which don't do justice to the details in the canyon walls. Just my opinion, but whatever transparency film is lacking in DR, it more than makes up for in rich color range and tone.

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QuoteOriginally posted by drm Quote
Thanks Rob. If you are referring to the dr of the skyline, that's pretty much how the horizon looked that day, overcast white cloudy layer. I'll probably crop more off the top in the future so it's not a distraction. But I liked the thin cloud overcast veil because it let me photograph the canyon in full daylight and brought out the natural rich colors in the canyon. Many times this scene gets shot at dawn/dusk which don't do justice to the details in the canyon walls. Just my opinion, but whatever transparency film is lacking in DR, it more than makes up for in rich color range and tone.
Oh right, just looked like the sky just blew out. I feel I have been spoiled by the DR of my K5, but I agree - I love slide film (Velvia 100F in 120 is my choice at the moment)!

Great shots regardless.
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K-5 IIs + A645 75mm 2.8
Very nice. I'd like to pick your brains on how the 645 75mm lens performs on digital, as I don't often see results posted. I haven't bought an adapter yet. The original ones are rare and expensive but on ebay I can get a third party one for about $50, but so far haven't seen the need, but it could be useful sometimes, for 35mm film too.

So, anything about how the lens performs would be interesting - sharpness, handling etc...
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