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03-13-2016, 03:59 AM   #8536
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QuoteOriginally posted by 672 Quote
well.......the 800mm became a 28-45.......
ok !

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Today I visited one of my favourite restaurants. 645Z and FA45-85/f4.5.

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Today I visited one of my favourite restaurants
there was I thinking it was an Aussie milliner
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First results from Pentax 645N

I was fortunate to find a bargain-priced Pentax 645N in like-new condition, so now have both the original 645 and the 645N, but no autofocus lenses as of this time. Here are two shots from our last snow storm of the season, and my first shots processed from the Pentax 645N with Pentax-A 645-A 55mm lens. I think I am going to enjoy this camera a lot once I master its settings. With Fujicolor 120/200.

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And a couple more:

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2. A crop from the above:



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any ND filters? polarizers in the mix???
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a couple more from a couple of weeks ago
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QuoteOriginally posted by Namibchris Quote
any ND filters? polarizers in the mix???
yes up until late on. Once the light really started to fade I was getting 6 minute exposures that were underexposed by a full stop (thank God for the latitude of the Z!

Most had a Lee 3 stop plus a 3 stop GND and a Lee Landscape polariser. The late ones didn't have anything...All three of the ones you quoted had all three.

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A couple from today. Some gorgeous light at the end of the day with a forecast for clear conditions for the next few days. Anyone up in the mountains at sunset will have had a great view!

Z and DFA 35 no filters

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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.
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Why would they have a fit over a camera at the climbing gym?
My 67ii and other cameras has spend a lot of time with me on a rope...
just strap your 67 up like this:


It is not much different from working on ropes in the mountains or from a helicopter in flight
Why not ask the owners? they might like the idea if set up correctly.

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Was over here to shoot a wedding and took a few happy snaps while there.

More/bigger here Happy Snaps from NZ! | Wollongong, Illawarra, Southern Highlands, Sydney & Destination wedding photography



























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QuoteOriginally posted by gavincato Quote
a few happy snaps
'Snaps', my eye--those are freakin' stunning!
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Was over here to shoot a wedding and took a few happy snaps while there.

More/bigger here Happy Snaps from NZ! | Wollongong, Illawarra, Southern Highlands, Sydney & Destination wedding photography





























That's not fair. Now I wanna go back! I might get a chance come August/September. Fingers crossed.
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QuoteOriginally posted by gavincato Quote
Was over here to shoot a wedding and took a few happy snaps while there.
those pictures are awesome. I would love to go to a place like that.
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those pictures are awesome. I would love to go to a place like that.
i've been to that area twice before. it's addictive!!

The weather has been really good so far in this trip in the Lake District. Another fine evening...

645Z and D-FA 35 f/3.5

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3. Lit by the quarter moon and 20 minutes of exposure:



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5. After 2004 seconds it did start to feel chilly!

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cheers guys. next wedding i get in NZ I'll go a week early. Only had 1 day spare in that trip
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Smiling Axeman - just amused by this one flicking through a few shots from the end of last century - A workers village on a Karoo guest farm - Pentax 67, 55mm lens, Velvia 50

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