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01-01-2011, 02:32 AM   #841
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Hi guys,

I see that you are having a lot of fun posting cool shots ( and nice girls in bikini ). I am in France visiting the family but managed a couple of days in the mountains with a couple of fantastic shooting time with the 645 and we will go to Spain for another couple of days _ so my hopes are high and I still have some 120 rolls . I will be back posting with a vengeance.

In the meantime, Happy New Year to all.


ps: Just started the year with a problem with a eBay buyer in HK and hopefully the lens I sold came back in one piece for a refund or the same lens comes back. I had offered a price reduction and free shipping but I knew something was wrong when the guys asked for partial refunds for various reasons right after the lens was shipped. So it looks like rating on eBay is worthless and eBay will always sides with the buyer

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Tuco - thanks - here's one last one from the Medalist Neopan 400 roll... Daughter did a photo shoot with the P645 last night and I'll be developing it, and the roll of Neopan 100 I'd had in the Yashica Mat for months, and two rolls of Foma 400, one from her SP1000 and the other from my new MX... Will be a busy weekend


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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Tuco - thanks - here's one last one from the Medalist Neopan 400 roll... Daughter did a photo shoot with the P645 last night and I'll be developing it, and the roll of Neopan 100 I'd had in the Yashica Mat for months, and two rolls of Foma 400, one from her SP1000 and the other from my new MX... Will be a busy weekend



Like my stepson might have said - the Medalist Rocks - not to deny anything to the photographer and the development that give this classic look
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One more from the second roll with the 67II. Here with 90/2.8. Can't remember if it was wide open or f/4...



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One more from the second roll with the 67II. Here with 90/2.8. Can't remember if it was wide open or f/4...
Nice. What great architecture in your city.
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Wow ! Fantastic work here ! I'm impressed !

Some dark Skye...


Sound of Raasey, Isle of Skye • Agfachrome RSXII 200

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1) Makten - excellent stone
2) fs999 - that's super water, and it takes a while to realize it's Agfachrome not B&W

excellent work!
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I'm learning the high pass method of sharpening
What is "high pass" sharpening?


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What is "high pass" sharpening?


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High-Pass-Sharpening
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Thank you Nesster. Agfachrome 200 iso is less saturated than 100 or 50 iso...
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Fs999, Great photo of Raasay sound. Ilse of Skye is a great place to take photos. I found one of mine from few years back. It was shot on the 67ii using the 200mm lens with provia 100. I have cropped the image. I hope you like it.
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Thanks!
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Thanks!
I gave it a try on BW. Came to the same conclusion as Nesster. Where it might help is with higher speed BW. For me, anyway, when I apply a smart sharpen to 320TXP or 400TX it really affects the grain but no problem when I smart sharpen 100TMX or 100ACR. So this high pass might be better for grainy film and only smart sharpen selected areas of a shot.

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Fs999, Great photo of Raasay sound. Ilse of Skye is a great place to take photos. I found one of mine from few years back. It was shot on the 67ii using the 200mm lens with provia 100. I have cropped the image. I hope you like it.
Nice capture of that light. I haven't noticed too many other 67 shooters with a 200mm lens. I liked it except I wish they would have made it with a retractable lens hood like the 165mm f2.8 instead of building a fixed lens hood by recessing the lens that far in thereby making lens so long.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
I gave it a try on BW. Came to the same conclusion as Nesster. Where it might help is with higher speed BW. For me, anyway, when I apply a smart sharpen to 320TXP or 400TX it really affects the grain but no problem when I smart sharpen 100TMX or 100ACR. So this high pass might be better for grainy film and only smart sharpen selected areas of a shot.
There is a way using find edge to sharpen only the edge and leave the grain alone.
You can find details and download the macro here http://www.thelightsrightstudio.com/tutorials/PutAFineEdgeOnYourSharpeningSkills.pdf
and you can adapt the macro to you workflow and make it painless by using the masks provided.

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