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03-09-2016, 03:50 AM - 5 Likes   #8491
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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
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Very simple. But perfect.

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Who said, you can't photograph sport with a MF ? Even worse an old film MF


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03-09-2016, 09:31 AM   #8493
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QuoteOriginally posted by aurele Quote
Very simple. But perfect.

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Who said, you can't photograph sport with a MF ? Even worse an old film MF


Pentax 6x7, 105/2.4 @2.4, 1/60, Ilford Delta 400 @3200 iso.
Nice! I've always wanted to shoot some film at a climbing gym. Dusty, dim places, hard on cameras.
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Karoo moonrise - always been fond of this picture as it's one I planned in my head 6,000 miles away then, with the first full moon, I got it

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Beautiful!

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03-09-2016, 05:50 PM   #8496
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Nice! I've always wanted to shoot some film at a climbing gym. Dusty, dim places, hard on cameras.
Be ready for Iso 3200 then

I shoot quite often competitions, in gym. And that's not that terrible for the camera, as long as you avoid changing lenses often.
I love the 105 on the 67, so I use only this lens. I never change it.

For the DSLR, the main thing is to have something wide enought to capture something in small area, but the lens have to be fast enought to avoid the horrible f5,6, 1/60 and Iso 3200.
Or to have enought space to use any normal or telephoto.

You can do some casual shooting. Simply avoid the moment when the gym is crowded. Otherwise you'll end up with many disturbing elements in the picture.
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the first roll with my new 67

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645D, P67 400mm EDIF, 1.4xt.
Marvellous!
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Nick Brandt's pictures shot on a P67 are astounding. This you must see the power of the camera beast.

Nick Brandt Captures Africa's Lost Animal Habitats | American Photo
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Nick Brandt's pictures shot on a P67 are astounding. This you must see the power of the camera beast.

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very clever idea beautifully executed
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For sure, I've guessed they're around EI... 4? Definitely 3200 territory.

Tbh, I don't think I want to put the effort into getting nice stills of people climbing. I've always wanted to take a fisheye and point it straight up in our gym - the main rooms have these huge vaulted ceilings, I was thinking it would be really neat to document it with a slow speed film... I would love to take some fisheye photos from the top of a rope, but the gym owners would rightfully have a fit.


QuoteOriginally posted by aurele Quote
Be ready for Iso 3200 then

I shoot quite often competitions, in gym. And that's not that terrible for the camera, as long as you avoid changing lenses often.
I love the 105 on the 67, so I use only this lens. I never change it.

For the DSLR, the main thing is to have something wide enought to capture something in small area, but the lens have to be fast enought to avoid the horrible f5,6, 1/60 and Iso 3200.
Or to have enought space to use any normal or telephoto.

You can do some casual shooting. Simply avoid the moment when the gym is crowded. Otherwise you'll end up with many disturbing elements in the picture.


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645D, P67 400mm EDIF, 1.4xt.
Nice shot !
Why didn't you use your M*800mm ?
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