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02-11-2015, 07:45 PM - 3 Likes   #6676
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This Image is captured from the other side of the building of my original fine art image ~ Bullets in The Wind ~ .

Trying to find beauty in ordinary structures of an ordinary regional town.

Pentax 645Z + FA45-85mm 645 lens.

Thanks for looking. Tom

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02-11-2015, 10:30 PM   #6677
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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Some more from the other day - weather is now according to forecast - fog and cloud rule.

Pentax 645Z DA28 - 45

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4. Another milky way shot but with a shooting star

These are lovely compositions.

Always enjoy the MW and shooting stars.

Susan

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Love your light boxes!

Nice pix too

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645Z FA 150mm f2.8 (IF)

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02-12-2015, 03:44 AM   #6679
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QuoteOriginally posted by Thomasbrowphoto Quote
This Image is captured from the other side of the building of my original fine art image ~ Bullets in The Wind ~ .

Trying to find beauty in ordinary structures of an ordinary regional town.

Pentax 645Z + FA45-85mm 645 lens.

Thanks for looking. Tom
Loving this series Thomas, especially knowing a little of your area.

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Another dull day today, my last in the lakes. Tomorrow am heading home, via Johnson's Photopia who are Pentax's agents. Apparently they will clean my sensor free of charge if I drive all the way home pick up the warranty card and then drive back. So it will cost me 50+ tax. It has to be done as there is so much dust on the sensor it's becoming impossible to get rid of it all.

Went to Lodore Falls near Keswick. Not much rain recently so they get evermore dramatic than this.

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I returned after lunch to see what less light would do...

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On the way back to Ambleside the light was quite nice and the Helvellyn range could be seen starting to creep out of the cloud



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Another of Lodore falls, this time in colour

645Z DA 28 - 45 f/14 30 secs

02-12-2015, 11:04 PM   #6682
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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Another dull day today, my last in the lakes. Tomorrow am heading home, via Johnson's Photopia who are Pentax's agents. Apparently they will clean my sensor free of charge if I drive all the way home pick up the warranty card and then drive back. So it will cost me 50+ tax. It has to be done as there is so much dust on the sensor it's becoming impossible to get rid of it all.

Went to Lodore Falls near Keswick. Not much rain recently so they get evermore dramatic than this.

0.4 secs



I returned after lunch to see what less light would do...

10 secs



On the way back to Ambleside the light was quite nice and the Helvellyn range could be seen starting to creep out of the cloud



Love the third image.

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Great shots of a beautiful country, itshimitis.

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Am going through older photographs and seeing what they look like with the Huelight profiles. Most are vasty superior with few exceptions. i took my camera in to Pentax's UK service reps today to get he sensor cleaned. As I suspected, it was filthy. There were hundreds of specks of dust, and they spent 4 hours cleaning it, and have said that they would have liked to have kept it for a day or two as there are still a few specks left.

Anyway for comparison purposes here is a shot from October processed similarly but the first os Adobe's default, the second is huelight high contrast



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Very nice images you have posted itsyouitis ; you live in a lovely area.
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Been going through some more old images. Here's an assortment from all over the place:



















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Here is an old Franka folder from 1952 with a triplet lens that should terrify the 645Z crowd. I used Ektar100

https://www.flickr.com/photos/aeomaster32/15911385354/sizes/l

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A scan of an older Fuji Provia 100 slide
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02-16-2015, 10:39 PM - 1 Like   #6689
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I've been shooting more Kodak Ektar 100 lately. Mostly in scenarios with more vibrant colors and less dynamic range. I'm really liking how some of the images are coming out.

Pentax 6x7 / 105mm @ f/16.5 on Kodak Ektar 100

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QuoteOriginally posted by Ristretto Quote
A scan of an older Fuji Provia 100 slide
You got a lot from that Provia. . . Nice job.
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