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08-18-2010, 02:57 PM   #451
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#2 and #5 are excellent.

Nice colours Swift1 !

Point-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe. Agfachrome RSXII 50.



Pointe aux Châteaux, Guadeloupe. Rollei R3 100 iso.



Cascade aux écrevisses, Guadeloupe. Agfachrome RSXII 50.




08-18-2010, 04:27 PM   #452
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote

Here's one I scanned last night.

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That 45mm really brings it in. Agree, nice color. Somehow that mountain on the left looks so familiar. In my youth I use to do a lot of hiking in the Three Sisters Wilderness area.
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Thanks Tuco. The mountain is Mt. Mclaughlin near Eagle Point OR.
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Great shots everybody. This is, hands down, my favorite thread on this site! So, I'll jump in with a few of my own:


I've never done E-6 before, but will probably keep going back. This is Fuji Provia 400X. It is fantastic! Pentax 645NII, 75mm.


Same film, same day. Pentax 645NII, 75mm.


Finally, from my Pentax 6x7. Delta 3200, also great film!

Thanks all for the wonderful photos! It really makes me want to get out more and more

Mike

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I finally got around to developing a roll of Acros I shot at Yosemite. I haven't had much luck with the Acros+Diafine combo. Most of the shots came out with weird streaks in them (I will post some in the film developing forum). This on of the few that worked ok but there is still some streaking in the sky.

Pentax 67, SMC 67 45mm, Fuji Acros 100

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Oak Trees

These were shot some months ago, but I forgot the film.... Had them developed and I scanned them today.


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I'm just going to say "wow". Not only to Rense but the great images that preceded those.

So... Wow!
08-22-2010, 07:47 AM   #458
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rense Quote
These were shot some months ago, but I forgot the film.... Had them developed and I scanned them today.
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I like both the pictures and the subjects. I like the grass furrow on the front of the second picture.

Cheers,

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First shots with Minolta Autocord

I like the simplicity of the camera for sure...





Focusing on low light is bound to require a lot of practice...

Kodak 320TPX in HC110 4ml/450ml semi stand 25 minutes (as per Denverdad)

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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
I like the simplicity of the camera for sure...

Focusing on low light is bound to require a lot of practice...

Kodak 320TPX in HC110 4ml/450ml semi stand 25 minutes (as per Denverdad)

Cheers,

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I really like the dog shot. That's great.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
I really like the dog shot. That's great.
Thanks.
He is a great model except that every time I kneel down to take a shot he comes to lick my face...and get a scratch.
Of course easy to meter on a gray Neapolitan Mastiff
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Keeping in line with the dog theme. I was playing around with my "new" 45mm. What a great lens.

Sorry for not commenting on some great photographs here on this thread. So little time these days.

P67, 45mm F/4 @f/16 Kodak E200. Cropped from original frame. Epson V600

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QuoteOriginally posted by nightfly Quote
Keeping in line with the dog theme. I was playing around with my "new" 45mm. What a great lens.

Sorry for not commenting on some great photographs here on this thread. So little time these days.

P67, 45mm F/4 @f/16 Kodak E200. Cropped from original frame. Epson V600
What a mug shot. Congrats on the new lens. The 45mm is great to have indeed. What generation is it?
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
What a mug shot. Congrats on the new lens. The 45mm is great to have indeed. What generation is it?
I thought it was a Pug shot


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(Sorry, could not resist...)
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
What a mug shot. Congrats on the new lens. The 45mm is great to have indeed. What generation is it?
It is a SMC Pentax 67 45mm. Belonged to a pro photographer in Washington state that used it for, among other things, night photography. Go figure.

Pugs are certainly known for their mugs!
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