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11-27-2013, 10:09 PM - 1 Like   #4651
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I assume, because Pentax and Ricoh is one company now, I can post the first roll from my diy restored Ricoh Diacord G. Ilford fp4 + 125. Processed and scanned in store.

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11-27-2013, 10:20 PM   #4652
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QuoteOriginally posted by pavpen Quote
I assume, because Pentax and Ricoh is one company now, I can post the first roll from my diy restored Ricoh Diacord G. Ilford fp4 + 125. Processed and scanned in store
Nice ones.The first two are particularly good; crisp and sharp.
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Pentax 67II, SMC 67 4.5/75, Kodak Ektar 100

Here is a portrait I took one late evening around 10-11 o´clock in summer bright Reykjavik. I shot it hand held and braced, with the mirror locked up, wide open and, as I recall it, at 1/30sec. So, Im happy it came out this good This is a downsized copy of a 25mp 1200dpi Epson V750 scanned tiff file using Silverlight 6.6 ai set at manual USM and auto correction of levels and curves, with a slight Photoshop color adjustment afterwards.
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QuoteOriginally posted by arnold Quote
Nice ones.The first two are particularly good; crisp and sharp.
Thank you arnold.
I'm not very happy with this shop scan. DR is very narrow so some details were lost on left side of histogram.

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Here's a Thanksgiving morning twilight shot from Sausalito, CA. I used the SMC A-120mm Macro on the 645D for this. 2-exposure HDR.

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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
Here's a Thanksgiving morning twilight shot from Sausalito, CA. I used the SMC A-120mm Macro on the 645D for this. 2-exposure HDR.

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Sweet Shot!

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Really nice and funny Is it some kind of wedding thing? Or just a really odd coupling of sorts? Great shot anyway. Regards
It was an elopement, so we just went around town and took some pictures.
Thank you!
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QuoteOriginally posted by uintaangler Quote
Sweet Shot!

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thank you!

Here's how this spot looked in 1947:


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pentax 645d foto's of the first months...

Okey, as i promised here a couple of photo's of my pentax 645d, all photo's are made with the FA 55 mm 2.8



typical shot of the eifeltower





Arabic libary in paris





big cow

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Eifeltower is an nice shot
Libary is far to abstract for me
Shot from the cow could use some more contrast in my opinion
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QuoteOriginally posted by Blackcat Quote
Okey, as i promised here a couple of photo's of my pentax 645d, all photo's are made with the FA 55 mm 2.8



typical shot of the eifeltower


Arabic libary in paris

big cow
The Eiffel Tower shot is not typical...it's quite good. I like the abstract library shot. As for the last one...moo
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Thanks, I realy need to test my camera more. I've just bought a FA 45-80 and the FA 80-160. I will try to post some new photo's soon.
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PS Henk, I don't photoshop my photo's at the moment but i see what you mean with more contrast.
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Some photo's taken in 'landschaft park' with a pentax 645d with FA 55mm 2.8 and FA 120 4.0 Marco





a part of a big engine .... but to shallow feld of dept.... with my pentax 645 FA 120 4.0 Macro



some machine nicely lit up by the sun, taken with the 645 FA 55mm 2.8



same machine but taken with the FA 645 120 Macro





some stairs, set to black and white. Taken with the FA 645 55 2.8



same stairs, other angle. Also taken with the 55 2.8


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QuoteOriginally posted by Blackcat Quote
Thanks, I realy need to test my camera more. I've just bought a FA 45-80 and the FA 80-160. I will try to post some new photo's soon.
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PS Henk, I don't photoshop my photo's at the moment but i see what you mean with more contrast.
Enjoy them. I do not normally work with zoom lenses but that FA 45-80 is a very special lens. Big, but absolutely stunning images. Once you start shooting you forget all about the size and weight. I actually enjoy and use all my 645 lenses but I think I could actually live with just that one.
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Hello Pioneer,
on my analog camera's i also didn't use any zoom lenses (i've tried the pentax 67 55-100mm, but that lens is huge and heavy . Compaired to my pentax 67 lenses even the 45-80 is a normal weight lens .
This lens gives me just a bit more freedom and it is on my camera 90% of the time.


In the futher I would love to compair the 35 against the 33-55 but at the moment i have enough lenses (and the 25 is out of my reach at the moment).


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