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09-22-2015, 01:17 PM   #7531
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QuoteOriginally posted by chickentender Quote
Thanks man. Birding with the 67 is a workout.

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Normally, not so much.... BUT, for you upstanding gents in here..... Sure. Ita looksasumting likeadis.
Not that heavy a crop at all - much kudos!

09-22-2015, 02:41 PM   #7532
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
Some flower shots. P645, Fuji 400H, can't be sure about the lenses used (55mm or 75mm) but I'll have used an extension tube for the second one.
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You know, that's what greens and other colors actually looking like to me. I kind of forgot. Today, with digital, colors are so exaggerated and altered that we rarely see them as they are, it seems. And my bit of digital work is not any better.
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QuoteOriginally posted by rob1234 Quote
Not that heavy a crop at all - much kudos!
Nope - not much. I don't like cropping much, but in the case of hummers in particular I have to leave some amount of room - you just can never be sure where the hell they're gonna be or go, or how long they'll be there when they are.

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
You know, that's what greens and other colors actually looking like to me. I kind of forgot. Today, with digital, colors are so exaggerated and altered that we rarely see them as they are, it seems. And my bit of digital work is not any better.
Agreed, though certainly that extends to films as well, some clearly much more than others. We all know that Velvia greens and blues and purples are certainly often not terribly true to the original. (theyre better).. Or that Ektar shot of mine above... there isn't any saturation added to that whatsoever.

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09-23-2015, 01:57 AM - 6 Likes   #7534
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Here is my second shot from last week's red sky event over Mt. Diablo. This is a pano using the A120 Macro on the 645D.

Sky Burn Pano
645D & A120

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If anyone is interested in higher resolution (not full res) version of the Kilchurn Castle at dawn photo I have uploaded it to Flickr. Just click the photo to view it. I won't keep posting different versions here as it isn't a Post Processing thread is it?

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More from Bournemouth beach:



Pentax 67ii
Takumar 105mm f/2.4
Fuji Velvia 100F
1/250th @ f/8
Epson 4870 scan
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QuoteOriginally posted by unkipunki Quote
If anyone is interested in higher resolution (not full res) version of the Kilchurn Castle at dawn photo I have uploaded it to Flickr. Just click the photo to view it. I won't keep posting different versions here as it isn't a Post Processing thread is it?

Keep posting the variations. We learn this way. I enjoy viewing them.
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Some very recent shots I've taken this week, visiting family. All are taken during the early-mid afternoon, not the optimal time, but family circumstances dictate this. All taken with P645D and the stellar FA 45-85 lens, unless stated otherwise.

Donaghadee harbour, County Down, Northern Ireland



'The Dark Hedges' (Beech trees planted and pruned in the 18th Century to give an imposing avenue to a grand house (Gracehill), County Antrim



Glenarrif, County Antrim (see Flickr for 2000px version). This is a 4-shot vertical stitch using Lightroom




Cushendun, Antrim Coast Road



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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
Here is my second shot from last week's red sky event over Mt. Diablo. This is a pano using the A120 Macro on the 645D.

Sky Burn Pano
645D & A120
Great image Mike.

Susan

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QuoteOriginally posted by lenticular Quote
Some very recent shots I've taken this week, visiting family. All are taken during the early-mid afternoon, not the optimal time, but family circumstances dictate this. All taken with P645D and the stellar FA 45-85 lens, unless stated otherwise.

Donaghadee harbour, County Down, Northern Ireland



'The Dark Hedges' (Beech trees planted and pruned in the 18th Century to give an imposing avenue to a grand house (Gracehill), County Antrim



Glenarrif, County Antrim (see Flickr for 2000px version). This is a 4-shot vertical stitch using Lightroom




Cushendun, Antrim Coast Road

Nice work and I enjoy the mini vacation too

Susan

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QuoteOriginally posted by rob1234 Quote
More from Bournemouth beach:



Pentax 67ii
Takumar 105mm f/2.4
Fuji Velvia 100F
1/250th @ f/8
Epson 4870 scan
Nice view and dynamic range.

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Thanks very much Susan 😃
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QuoteOriginally posted by susanb Quote
Great image Mike.

Susan
thanks Susan!
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This is my first time with Pentax 67, few photos are actually from Fuji GSW (those "wider") - TMax 400 & Ilford Infrared:








BTW: those are only few of scanned, but I have 67 frames scanned, and I see NO problem with Mirror/Shutter vibration problem with Pentax 67, many shots were 1/30s....

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09-25-2015, 10:29 AM - 4 Likes   #7543
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PENTAX 67II + 105mm, Kodak Portra 400.

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QuoteOriginally posted by MorgothV8 Quote
This is my first time with Pentax 67, few photos are actually from Fuji GSW (those "wider") - TMax 400 & Ilford Infrared:
Did you use a R-72 or equivalent IR filter with that IR film? I have that Fuji too and I'm liking it. Here are a few x-posted shots using it all without using a light meter. BW film is so flexible with exposure you can get by easy in the daylight without one.

Fuji GSW690III + Yellow filter, 400TMY ( @ EI100 for the last two)







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This shot taken with 6x7 and the 165 LS lens with VPS220.



Off the coast of Ogunquit, Maine with the 6x7 and 90 f2.8 lens and FP-4 in Rodinal 1:75. I thought it would be a good shot to get the painter painting the lighthouse in the distance.



Another sot of Ogunquit with the 45 f4 lens

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