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11-18-2013, 05:27 PM - 3 Likes   #4621
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QuoteOriginally posted by LFLee Quote
maybe down the line I will just get the negative develop without the prints to save some $$.
I always wish that I had ordered prints, something about looking at a hard copy photo especially when it comes from a hard copy negative.....but MF can be pricey just to shoot and get your roll back so hard to always justify it.

Here is one from a recent trip to Lost Lake here in Oregon. Shot with my Hasselblad 500cm and 80mm C T* on Portra 160




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nice work!
Thanks! Here is a shot from the same roll at Lost Lake. There are mostly evergreens skirting the lake shore, but I was able to find a few pockets of nice fall foliage.

Shot with my Hasselblad 500cm and 80mm C T* on Portra 160

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last night at one of my usual watering holes...

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last night at one of my usual watering holes...
My "watering holes" always have a deeper, darker, more hop filled aroma

Fantastic view, colors, and photograph!

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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
last night at one of my usual watering holes...

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Ravishing shot, Mike!
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Hi all, this summer I went to Iceland, where I first stayed in Reykjavik for a couple of weeks and then traveled around the north coast for another two weeks, finally I stayed a week more back in Reykjavik. It was my first trip out with the 67s as my main camera system (all 25kg of it), I brought my K7 with adapter for the lenses as well. I´ll be posting some shots from the trip as I work my way through the scanning etc. ...

Here is one from the mountainous Öksnadal (Oksen Valley) with the peak Hraundragar

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... here are two more from Reykjavik, midday and velvia colors coming out

1. Harbour/ P67II/ SMC 67 4.5/75mm/ Velvia 50/ f:11/ 1/125sec/ EV -2/3/ cable release/ MLU/ tripod/ pro lab dev/ scanned on Epson V750

2. Nordic House w Circus festival/ P67II/ SMC 67 4/55mm/ Velvia 50/ f:8/ 1/180sec/ cable release/ MLU/ tripod/ pro lab dev/ scanned on Epson V750

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A couple more from Lost Lake. Rented a canoe with my girlfriend and a buddy of mine. Cruising around a lake on a man powered vessel with a mountain view....hard to beat that.

Difficult to stand and shoot through a WLVF on a canoe however

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QuoteOriginally posted by jt_cph_dk Quote
1. Harbour/ P67II/ SMC 67 4.5/75mm/ Velvia 50/ f:11/ 1/125sec/ EV -2/3/ cable release/ MLU/ tripod/ pro lab dev/ scanned on Epson V750
QuoteOriginally posted by abieleck Quote
A couple more from Lost Lake.
Nice. Thanks for not doing the slow time on the water. Your water looks like one sees it, not some strange liquid or cotton wool. I hope that fad soon passes along with seeing who can have the shallowest depth of focus..
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I went to a Muah Thai fight night with the 645D. I only had the 55mm lens that evening. It was on borrow from Pentax.

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Telluride, Colorado. It snowed a bit this weekend...
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
A long exposure in your honor
Is that oil on the water?
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Is that oil on the water?
You as a photographer should realize the freedom to express your photos. And for someone to claim they are the proprietor of photographic standards and people should conform to their taste would make for a dull world indeed, no? For example, all that grain in your small format photos is a hipster fad. I wish people would finally give it up. No doubt that sounds just as silly as your comment to me, sorry.

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Telluride, Colorado. It snowed a bit this weekend...
Really nice and funny Is it some kind of wedding thing? Or just a really odd coupling of sorts? Great shot anyway. Regards
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