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04-27-2013, 12:43 AM   #4081
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QuoteOriginally posted by abieleck Quote
Here are a few more from my first couple rolls with my Hasselblad 500cm. All of these were taken on Kodak Ektar 100 using the 80mm C T* lens.

Sarah in a vintage store here in N. Portland......Elowah soaking up some sun......Greens along a trail in Forest Park.....and the fruit trees blossoming out in Hood River with is east of Portland about an hour.




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Great photos, some time ago I was thinking to get Hassel instead of P67. Great results.

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After a long winter in the UK those are some first signs of spring. Sunday 5.30am in Savill Gardens near Windsor UK. Light conditions was fantastic and I was really excited to test my new 165mm f2.8 lens.

Digital continuation of those pictures can be found here - https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/post-your-photos/222465-nature-5-30am-savill-gardens-uk.html

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First Image Taken with my 645D

Woke up early this morning and drove up to the Heber Valley to take a short walk along the Provo River just hoping for enough nice light to give me an excuse to try out my new ( slightly used ) 645D

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Woke up early this morning and drove up to the Heber Valley to take a short walk along the Provo River
Well then we just may run into one another soon. I'll be up that way often to start shooting the Osprey that nest around Deer Creek. Congrats on a REALLY nice camera, I'd love to see it in action.

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First Walk-Around with the 645D

My wife likes this one better from yesterday morning
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I bet with that camera you can approach people and get smiles easily!
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I bet with that camera you can approach people and get smiles easily!
heh, the guy without an upper lip came over to ask about it

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Some architecture. Admiralty Head Lighthouse, Fort Casey State Park, Whidbey Island, WA
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But here is one of the lookout on top of Mount Pilchuck, WA
Very nice photos. I am heading up to Whidbey Island in late June....might have to make a stop by the lighthouse. Not sure if you planned around that time of day, but I like the light/shadows hitting the building/foreground.

Great lookout photo. I have not been to this one, but I have been to the High Rock Lookout tower....spectacular views. Spent the night up there....not sure if we were supposed to, but were treated with a crazy sunset/sunrise.
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QuoteOriginally posted by abieleck Quote
Very nice photos. I am heading up to Whidbey Island in late June....might have to make a stop by the lighthouse. Not sure if you planned around that time of day, but I like the light/shadows hitting the building/foreground.
The bastards are charging you $10 bucks just to park your car there now. It seems a little steep. I guess they don't want any visitors. I have a collection of that lighthouse taken over the years in BW both in medium and large format. I thought I'd add a color film shot to the collection.
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A photo of the Hawthorne Bridge and downtown Portland from the East side.



Hasselblad 500cm with 80mm C T* lens. 1/500 sec. @ f/11 on Ektar ISO 100
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
An Accidental double exposure. It happens when you switch backs on a 500C/M and forget to advance the frame after your last shot. A gotcha similar to leaving the lens cap on with a rangefinder.






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It's actually quite interesting, since both exposures were from the market. A happy mistake.
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An Accidental double exposure. It happens when you switch backs on a 500C/M and forget to advance the frame after your last shot. A gotcha similar to leaving the lens cap on with a rangefinder.
That's an impressive and well composed accident Inside/outside views of Pikes Place.....plus the people are still mostly unobstructed while the produce is set against the blue sky, nice.

I had a fortunate accident with my Minolta SRT when I was first starting out with photography at 15 or so. I was in Belgium visiting my sis, shot a flowered tree...then a cathedral w/ blue skies and somehow got them in the same frame. The two exposures worked as one composition....a big print is still hanging at my parents house

Haven't tried it with the Hass yet, but will have to give it a shot sometime.
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This one was along the Columbia River Gorge on the Oregon side. I'm not sure of the camera in the photograph, but shot with a Hasselblad 500cm



Hasselblad 500cm - 60mm @ 1/30 sec. f/ 9.5 Ektar 100
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