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03-07-2014, 10:30 AM   #4996
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QuoteOriginally posted by rob1234 Quote
Nice exposure. How did you meter?
Sorry, I missed your comment.

I just kinda guessed the exposure. I did some downtown night photos a few years ago and 2 minutes at f/16 seemed to work well then, so I just used those settings.

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For those who is not anti-Facebook.... there is a nice Pentax 67 group there, great pictures from time to time.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/8974536420/

Those interest should join and share you photos there as well!
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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote

here's one from my recent trip to Big Sur

Calla Lilies


645D and DFA 25mm
Nice Mike. So Calla Lillie's grow wild?
03-07-2014, 09:26 PM   #4999
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Nice Mike. So Calla Lillie's grow wild?
Yes, all up and down the coast, I'm told in Oregon and Washington as well.little creeks that swell up after the first winter storms initiate the process each spring. These have been growing for a month or two already.

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Yes, all up and down the coast, I'm told in Oregon and Washington as well.little creeks that swell up after the first winter storms initiate the process each spring. These have been growing for a month or two already.
Well it will be a bit up here in Washington. The mold is still hanging thickly to everything still.
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Old velvia 50 version, long expired, pentax 67II, 45mm, microtek 120 scan
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and ektar 100

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QuoteOriginally posted by macimudan Quote
pentax 67, 45mm
Nice shot. But why no attention to removing the dust?

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Nice shot. But why no attention to removing the dust?
+1!

Nice photo. Cleaning the dust off before scanning can go a long ways towards reducing the amount of cleanup needed afterwards.
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this morning from Marin:

Blue Silk

DFA 150/4 crop on 645D
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Testing the 120mm A on my 645N - very sharp, and cheap - about $ 160! Feel like I'm finally getting the colors I want from the scanner... 4000 dpi scan on Microtek 120 TF.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
this morning from Marin:

Blue Silk

DFA 150/4 crop on 645D
Mike, that is outstanding.
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Mike, that is outstanding.
Thanks! It was a classic situation where I arrived and quickly shot one while continuing to unpack gear and level tripod, etc. by the time I was ready, the good color and light had diminished and the next hour was uneventful. Was happy to have gotten this one.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
nice photos, itshimitis and klaus!!

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here's one from my recent trip to Big Sur

Calla Lilies


645D and DFA 25mm


Lovely shot!
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