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04-26-2015, 11:47 PM   #6946
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so great!!
Thanks Mike!

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Agree!

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Appreciate it Susan !

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A couple from Lake Wenatchee. 645z and DFA 55mm.
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from yesterday at the Benicia waterfront:

Benicia II
645D & A35/3.5 w/9-stop ND filter
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Rolleiflex 3.5, Lomo 400






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645z and 90mm macro with Lee Bog Stopper filter. Gormley sculpture at Crosby beach


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Gormley sculpture at Crosby beach
I'm having a Dawn of the Dead flashback

I like what the long exposure did with the turbines. Blades almost disappear, but not quite.
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A couple from Lake Wenatchee. 645z and DFA 55mm.
I really like the B&W conversion .. did you use a polarizer?
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last night at the abandoned Byron Hot Springs Hotel

Hell's Kitchen
645D & D FA25/4

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I really like the B&W conversion .. did you use a polarizer?
Yes for the 2nd. First was a long exposure with a NX400 ND filter. OnOne software for the conversion. Thanks for the complement. Always been fond of B&W.
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shot some pics on our anniversary. Two of them.

PENTAX 67II + 45mm, Fuji Pro 400H.


PENTAX 67II + 105mm, Fuji Pro 400H.
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Fuji GA645i, Lomo 400 (@800)
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shot some pics on our anniversary. Two of them.

PENTAX 67II + 45mm, Fuji Pro 400H.


PENTAX 67II + 105mm, Fuji Pro 400H.
Very nice. I don't think I've shot any medium format this year so I'll try and get out with the 124G this weekend.
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Yates Mill pond. EXIF in border.



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Yates Mill pond. EXIF in border.



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Welcome. Nice first post!
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A few recent shots. The first two with the Z and 645 A 200mm and the last with the SMC 55mm AW. The two 200mm shots were handheld at f14. Really surprised myself by getting reasonably sharp images without any image stabilisation. Although the atmospheric distortion om the first one is forgiving in this regard the foreground is still sharp.





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