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04-14-2014, 03:51 AM   #5116
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Alan, love the lighting and the colors are so perfect looking. Going to shoot some Portra 800 today with window light, this great inspiration!

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My 9 year old found this the other day...
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QuoteOriginally posted by montman Quote
Alan, love the lighting and the colors are so perfect looking. Going to shoot some Portra 800 today with window light, this great inspiration!

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My 9 year old found this the other day...
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A horny toad! (or at least that is what we called them a long time ago as a kid in Oklahoma). And a very nice portrait.
04-15-2014, 07:55 AM   #5119
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Cherry blossom season is over in Tokyo but it was very nice this year!
1-3 were taken along the moat of the Imperial Palace with the Mamiya 6 on Velvia 100F
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4-6 were taken at a local temple near my house with the Pentax 67ii on Velvia 50
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Having fixed the front focussing issue on my 6x7 (https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/48-pentax-645d-medium-format/228502-penta...s-problem.html) before chopping it in for a 67II, it now appears that my new body also front focusses.

Looks straight forward to adjust, but I don't have a thin enough jewellers screwdriver to adjust the grub screws. For now I have put a thin layer of film under the rests for the focussing screen, so will see how that goes on a test roll…

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04-15-2014, 01:58 PM   #5121
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As I drool over the specs of the 645Z, here is one with the original from Auckland.

Spaghetti Junction from a road bridge:

Pentax 645D DA 25 f/4 92 secs

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QuoteOriginally posted by rob1234 Quote
Having fixed the front focussing issue on my 6x7 (https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/48-pentax-645d-medium-format/228502-penta...s-problem.html) before chopping it in for a 67II, it now appears that my new body also front focusses.

Looks straight forward to adjust, but I don't have a thin enough jewellers screwdriver to adjust the grub screws. For now I have put a thin layer of film under the rests for the focussing screen, so will see how that goes on a test roll…

Scan-140414-0007
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Portra 400NC
So Rob, am I correct in assuming that in your viewfinder the letters on the bike crate appeared to be in focus, rather than the rear wheel? I've never heard of that sort of problem with a manual focus camera but if they have adjustment screws for it I guess it must be an issue in some cases. Seems strange that you would experience it in two cameras in a row though. So I will ask an irreverent question; please don't take offense. Is there any chance this is an eyesight issue on the part of the user, and could be corrected by use of a properly adjusted diopter? (Once again, just a complete shot in the dark)
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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
As I drool over the specs of the 645Z, here is one with the original from Auckland.

Spaghetti Junction from a road bridge:

Pentax 645D DA 25 f/4 92 secs

Love the blues in this, insane looking image.

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I know some people won't like the contrasty look of the image but I kind of like it.



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QuoteOriginally posted by revdocjim Quote
So Rob, am I correct in assuming that in your viewfinder the letters on the bike crate appeared to be in focus, rather than the rear wheel? I've never heard of that sort of problem with a manual focus camera but if they have adjustment screws for it I guess it must be an issue in some cases. Seems strange that you would experience it in two cameras in a row though. So I will ask an irreverent question; please don't take offense. Is there any chance this is an eyesight issue on the part of the user, and could be corrected by use of a properly adjusted diopter? (Once again, just a complete shot in the dark)
I see our point, but I wear contacts so hopefully my eyes are pretty much spot-on. I've played with the diopter adjustment on the 67II and it doesn't seem to make much difference.

Regardless if the problem is with me or my camera, if it works for me I'm happy!!
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Variations of a theme. The same place - the same pond - different time

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Very nice, Pål! Makes me want to go there...
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Variations of a theme. The same place - the same pond - different time

Pentax 645NII. 33-55 lens. Velvia


Mmmmmm Velvia!!!! Love the colors in the last two.
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Two from Rainbow Falls, Kerikeri, NZ

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QuoteOriginally posted by Pål Jensen Quote
Variations of a theme. The same place - the same pond - different time

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Great shots ! Really like that third one.
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