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11-25-2014, 11:22 AM - 6 Likes   #6256
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A wrecked boat on the edge of Loch Craignish. With 645z and HD Pentax-D FA 645 90mm ED AW SR Macro



11-25-2014, 12:43 PM - 4 Likes   #6257
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The long drive down to Cornwall to do a one to one workshop with Cornish landscape photographer Ross Hoddinott didn't make things look too promising with lots of rain all the way down, but we changed location from the original plan and headed to Trebarwith Strand a little further down the North Cornish coast. The light really changed for us....


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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
we changed location from the original plan and headed to Trebarwith Strand a little further down the North Cornish coast. The light really changed for us....
Super composition! The bottom section also works really well on its own as a more or less square composition. Likewise for the top third as a horizontal. 3 beautiful images in one.
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I would have preferred a longer focal length, but UWA was the only way I could frame this. So I'm glad I had the lens with me.



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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
The long drive down to Cornwall to do a one to one workshop with Cornish landscape photographer Ross Hoddinott didn't make things look too promising with lots of rain all the way down, but we changed location from the original plan and headed to Trebarwith Strand a little further down the North Cornish coast. The light really changed for us....


Pentax 645Z DA 28 - 45, Lee 0.9 ND, 0.6 HGND 2 seconds f/11 ISO 100 31mm


well worth the drive and weather I think, lovely capture.
11-25-2014, 03:09 PM   #6261
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Two with the new P67 105/2.4, both hand held with adapter on the 645Z and I noticed some shake in both. One of the dining room light and one of the reason we have a dining room.
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11-25-2014, 03:31 PM   #6262
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QuoteOriginally posted by baro-nite Quote
I would have preferred a longer focal length, but UWA was the only way I could frame this. So I'm glad I had the lens with me.



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Lovely shot. Isn't the 35mm a wonderful lens? Where was the shot taken?
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Lovely shot. Isn't the 35mm a wonderful lens? Where was the shot taken?
Thanks. Zion National Park, earlier this month.

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Another winner from Daiku San, aka Colton

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I admire your ability to find interest and beauty in everyday objects. Here the lighting is perfect, and I like the contrast between the natural and the man-made.
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QuoteOriginally posted by grhazelton Quote
I admire your ability to find interest and beauty in everyday objects. Here the lighting is perfect, and I like the contrast between the natural and the man-made.
Thank you kindly, George.
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Three pictures taken inside the glasshouse in the Retiro park in Madrid. It was a sunny day and I think the structure does just the right amount of taming the sunlight, with the result that the light inside is just beautiful. The digital shots I took there also came out well.

All taken on expired Portra 160NC in my Yashica Mat 124G.


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11-26-2014, 01:05 PM - 3 Likes   #6268
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Some more from Cornwall: We walked the tide back like beach fishermen - more than once feeling grateful that I was wearing Wellington boots!

1. This is yesterday's reworked a little



2. A 200



3. 28 - 45



4. Same location this afternoon:



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w/ PENTAX 67 + 35mm film adapter + 45mmf/4, . Kodak Gold 200.

I think we agree that anything greater than 35mm is medium format...



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11-26-2014, 03:38 PM   #6270
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QuoteOriginally posted by LFLee Quote

I think we agree that anything greater than 35mm is medium format...
Sheet film is > 35mm and it's not medium format ( it's large format).
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