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02-03-2010, 09:38 AM   #46
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QuoteOriginally posted by k100d Quote
what film did u use for these? it seems a bit too warm for fuji
All 645 shots are on Velvia 50.

This one is shot with a warming polarizer during midnight sun: PentaxForums.com - Pål Jensen's Album: Pål - Picture

This one under very warm light: PentaxForums.com - Pål Jensen's Album: Pål - Picture

02-03-2010, 10:36 AM   #47
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Heres another one:

Pentax 645N Pentax-FA645 75/2.8:

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QuoteOriginally posted by Pål Jensen Quote
All 645 shots are on Velvia 50.

This one is shot with a warming polarizer during midnight sun: PentaxForums.com - Pål Jensen's Album: Pål - Picture

This one under very warm light: PentaxForums.com - Pål Jensen's Album: Pål - Picture
Those are some breathtaking photos!!!

Here is one from my first roll through my newly acquired 645.
Taken with 75/2.8 and AF360fgz on Kodak EPP



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Mono Lake 35mm cropped



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Nice work on both the baby and lake.

I'm still waiting for the return of my film next week to find out what my 645 can do.

One great piece of news, my local camera store processes 120 for less than the cheapest price I could find on the net--and no shipping.
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After seeing some of these pictures I'm speechless.
Thank you.
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P67, 55/4, yellow filter, Tri-X, a bit of dodge & burn in GIMP

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Gorgeous shot, patrickhh

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Thanks, tuco.
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Aye, superb snow shooting. I think tri-x in 120 is really good stuff.
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Gorgeous shots. So far the 67 guys are dominating this thread for 645 photos. The 645 shooters need to answer.
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I like your snow scene. Its nice the way all the lines lead to the center. Here's one from Yosemite about 11 years ago.

http://www.120scan.us/i/010100-205-03a.jpg

This was probably shot with the 120mm and cropped.

I recently resurrected my Nikon LS8000 and am picking my way through about 300 rolls of 120 Velvia.

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A bit impressionistic - 150/3.5 A lens, Delta 100 in Fomadon Excel (Xtol) undiluted
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May I add, as an intruder on this thread, that the images from this type of camera are stunning!
I am not an owner of a 645 but I sure enjoy those photos!

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My first roll came back today, so here are my first 645 shots that ran through the scanner. It was a snow day in New Mexico, and this was the first dusting. Portra 400NC would not have been my first choice, but it was what I had in the camera. This camera has excellent potential.




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