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09-23-2014, 07:49 PM   #5776
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QuoteOriginally posted by LFLee Quote
one more from NYC.
Pentax 67II + 105mm, Fuji Pro 400h.

I love the "3D feel" of this lens...
Nice but you can tell your wife that you are not being unfaithful to her if you take a picture of someone else.

09-23-2014, 07:56 PM   #5777
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Nice but you can tell your wife that you are not being unfaithful to her if you take a picture of someone else.
problem is no one else I can take pic of...

maybe after we have kid I will switch model.
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QuoteOriginally posted by LFLee Quote
problem is no one else I can take pic of...
I know the feeling. But over half the people pictures I post I don't know the person in it. That's not a lot but all part of the challenge of getting people pictures I guess. Be friendly, assert yourself and perhaps some opportunities will open up.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Thomasbrowphoto Quote
Crescent Head sunrise. Pentax 645Z + DA 25mm

Wet socks from this one!

Tom.
Great photo--real prize winner! The interplay of water, rocks, sun, and clouds is quite stunning. I am sure this image makes you glad you made the investment and sacrifice to buy the marvellous 645!

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QuoteOriginally posted by ivanvernon Quote
Great photo--real prize winner! The interplay of water, rocks, sun, and clouds is quite stunning. I am sure this image makes you glad you made the investment and sacrifice to buy the marvellous 645!

Thanks Ivanernon. I am quite pleased with that image, I can't wait to print it BIG. I am very Glad I made the jump into this system... its one I feel I will have for quite some time. Thanks mate.
09-24-2014, 04:17 PM   #5781
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QuoteOriginally posted by Thomasbrowphoto Quote
A 28 Frame Panorama with the 645Z +DA25mm.
Port Macquarie , NSW Australia

Tom.
Wow, so what was the final file size, and where can we see the print?
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Wow, so what was the final file size, and where can we see the print?

Hi normhead, the final size was over 30,000 px on the long side. As for the Print, Im not 100% happy with it, So I will possibly try to re create it. :-)
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Hi normhead, the final size was over 30,000 px on the long side. As for the Print, Im not 100% happy with it, So I will possibly try to re create it. :-)
Thats a lot of pixels. To print at 300dpi. that would be 100 inches wide, so it wouldn't fit on a 4x8 sheet of plywood. I'm guessing, you'd lose detail, because many details would be too small to see and possibly obliterated by bleeding ink.

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Another P67II + 105mm.

Sun almost set as we went to DC to watch the July 4th fireworks,
we barely made it by parking our car couple miles away (cops blocks all entrance to the national mall area) and cycle in by bike...luckily we bring our bikes!
we then sit in the middle of the bridge to enjoy the fireworks.

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Wet socks from this one!
That is what Chacos were made for!
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After almost a year of waiting to get developed, I finally got my first ever roll of slide film back - Velvia shot in my 645. I like the strong colours but I honestly prefer the smoother colours from good print film. Fuji Pro 160NS show autumn colours much better, for example. I have another roll of 120 and one in 135 (both expired) and I'm sure I'll shoot them but at the moment I can't see myself buying any more. At €9 a roll and another €8 to develop, it's also very pricey indeed.

I don't know why everyone says slide film is so hard to scan - I found it much easier than print film, though I'll admit some of the colours I didn't get perfect (but that's Velvia, isn't it??)

Here are my favourites from the roll.


P645 Velvia 50 011a
by Jonathan_in_Madrid, on Flickr


P645 Velvia 50 005a
by Jonathan_in_Madrid, on Flickr


P645 Velvia 50 007a
by Jonathan_in_Madrid, on Flickr


P645 Velvia 50 002a
by Jonathan_in_Madrid, on Flickr
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Steam tractor.

Steam tractor in b&w, Ricoh Diacord G.



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Maheno Shipwreck on Fraser Island, Qld, Australia
645z with 35mm FA Lens
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Maheno Shipwreck on Fraser Island, Qld, Australia
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Wow, great shot! Care to elaborate on the lighting?

Oh, and welcome to PF!
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Wow, great shot! Care to elaborate on the lighting?

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Thanks filoxophy, I light painted the wreck with a 500 000 candlepower torch. Exposure was 25 seconds @ 5.6 3200 iso
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