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07-22-2013, 08:34 PM - 1 Like   #4306
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First keepers with the Pentax 67ii

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QuoteOriginally posted by Mindthemix Quote
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The bathtub scene is cute.
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Palouse region in eastern Washington this last spring. Shot with a Hasselblad 500cm. F/8 @ 1/250 sec. - 60mm C T* - Velvia 50
Amazing 3D!!!
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Some great work here - really my standout thread on Pentaxforums.com.

Here's a shot to prove that slide film doesn't hold detail in the shadows!! Too much time with the K5...



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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Shooting up some expired Tri-X Pan Professional I've had stashed at the bottom of the freezer. It expired in the year 2000. The base fog looked to be much more than normal. But it's good to work with some cubic grain film for a change.

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Beautiful candid portraits
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A photo from the trail up Beacon Rock in the Columbia River Gorge. Shot with a Hasselblad 500cm and 80mm C T* lens

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Some film on film action....Photo of my Pentax LX w/ viewfinder. Shot with my Hasselblad 500cm w/ viewfinder.

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Hi tuco , your work is always top notch , but I find those 3 BW portait you just recently posted extremely well done , congrats!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Mindthemix Quote
Beautiful candid portraits
QuoteOriginally posted by desreef Quote
Hi tuco , your work is always top notch , but I find those 3 BW portait you just recently posted extremely well done , congrats!
Thanks. What is interesting is you don't need any other gear like strobes. Shoot in the shade at sunset and you can use the indirect light from the open sky as a light source and it shows up in the photo even though you can't see it while taking the picture.
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I don't remember the exposure time. I shot this while waiting for it to get darker and do a longer exposure. But I liked this one better. I used the Sun Surveyor App on my phone to line up the camera and find the Celestial Pole since it was too bright out to see the North Star when I set up. It's an app for photographers too. It has an azimuth/altitude spherical overlay in the phone's camera for a live view. It came in handy.
Not to sound fawning, Tuco, but you really do epitomize the great attributes of a photographer. I see this star trails image, and I remember your terrific images from the bike-mounted 6x7, and I'm reminded of how fun and creativity-spurring photography was to me when I was a kid. The difference between you and the rest of us, though, is that you've retained that spirit through the years, and you've really embellished it with your skill.

You really inspire me.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tlong423 Quote
Not to sound fawning, Tuco, but you really do epitomize the great attributes of a photographer. I see this star trails image, and I remember your terrific images from the bike-mounted 6x7, and I'm reminded of how fun and creativity-spurring photography was to me when I was a kid. The difference between you and the rest of us, though, is that you've retained that spirit through the years, and you've really embellished it with your skill.

You really inspire me.
+1. I am not so eloquent in my wordsmithery....so I will just say that your photography does kick ass
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Really nice photos....second one is my favorite of the set, cool framing. Great application for that velvia, those colors are awesome.

I can only imagine walking around NYC with a camera.....some day
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QuoteOriginally posted by abieleck Quote
+1. I am not so eloquent in my wordsmithery....so i will just say that your photography does kick ass
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Some from the beach while walking our mischievous dog.

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