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04-07-2015, 01:35 AM - 2 Likes   #6886
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Here's a few from last weekend. 645z, first 2 with the 67 105 f2.4, second 2 with the DA 55mm (last one cropped to 2:1).
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Mike ... I never realized before that wind turbines could make such lovely composition
Great Shot!
thanks. there are hundreds of them around here and standing under a giant turbine hearing the rhythmic whoosh is relaxing and slightly hypnotic to me.


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You're getting some really good mileage out of the windfarm Nice capture.
thanks. It poses a great challenge because there are countless comps out there but gaining access to find a good shot can be tricky.
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slightly out of character for me, a food & wine shoot last week:

Mmm Mmm Good!
A75/2.8 & 645D

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Fuji GA645i, Lomo 400
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Handheld 645Z and 28-45mm

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First fortnight with the D. Been over thirty years since I last shot medium format, its quite a joy and a challenge returning to it. Thought I would join in and post a few initial shots.











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Two sunsets from my side with the 75 2.8







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Here's a couple with an A 120 macro I just picked up. It was a bit windy to get any true macros but seems to work well as a landscape lens. Black & white conversion done using OnOne.
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Pentax 6x7 first scan

Hi All,

Here is a hand-held shot taken with 6x7 and 55mm lens, scanned with Epson V550:
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Hi All,

Here is a hand-held shot taken with 6x7 and 55mm lens, scanned with Epson V550:
Nice shot - what film did you use?
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Handheld 645Z and 28-45mm

, on Flickr
nice andrew!
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I'm still getting used to shooting film, especially now dealing with 120 film. Loving my "new to me" 645n.
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Nice shot - what film did you use?
Thanks! It's Fuji NPZ 800 film.

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I'm still getting used to shooting film, especially now dealing with 120 film. Loving my "new to me" 645n.
Welcome! I picked up a pair of 645n bodies last year and love using them too: sensible simple layout and fantastic viewfinder. Nice range of tones in that shot. Are you developing at home?
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