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10-27-2013, 03:12 PM   #4561
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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
Great work!
Here is one from Sunday morning in the Marin Headlands:

Midnight Sun

shot with 645D and A-35/3.5

AWESOME shot there!

10-27-2013, 03:14 PM   #4562
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A couple more from the Mamiya RB67. Took these yesterday while out hiking the Beaver Brook Trail just outside of Golden.

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here is a 3-frame pano with the 645D and DFA55

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QuoteOriginally posted by Colorado CJ Quote
AWESOME shot there!
thanks!

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I think this was 4 or 5 stop overexposed portra 400:













I love the rice fields. Your location says Sydney, but these have Japan written all over them... Thanks for sharing!
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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
here is a 3-frame pano with the 645D and DFA55
Looks great, with a 3 shot pano you could wrap a bus or a billboard with that thing!
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I love the rice fields. Your location says Sydney, but these have Japan written all over them... Thanks for sharing!
Thanks! You are right on both accounts. I live in Sydney and this is japan. I travel there couple of times a year. With any luck I will move there. There's lots of great photos to be taken there. Unfortunately I mostly had to work, which was fun in its own way.
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a windy day in the UK

a bit of an expensive day in the UK for boat owners.

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a bit of an expensive day in the UK for boat owners.
I can imagine the flap about that.
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The Goishi light house, near Ofunato City, Iwate Prefecture, Japan
P67ii and Tri-X 400 (don't remember which lenses...)



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I went to the fair for a bit of nighttime fun

I went to the fair for a bit of nighttime fun.





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nothing quite so nerve wracking as watching your beloved 645D bouncing its way up a mast into the waiting hands of a man in a harness. thats me in pink looking up.


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QuoteOriginally posted by Jayne Toyne Quote
nothing quite so nerve wracking as watching your beloved 645D bouncing its way up a mast into the waiting hands of a man in a harness. thats me in pink looking up.


Neat shot. Glad nothing happened to the 645D!
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nothing quite so nerve wracking as watching your beloved 645D bouncing its way up a mast into the waiting hands of a man in a harness. thats me in pink looking up.


You could have taken it up yourself...

These were taken on a Zeiss Ikon 518/16 on Portra 160 film.












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Mill Creek Grist in Southern Washington. Shot with my Hasselblad 500cm on Portra 160

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