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04-03-2016, 07:03 PM   #8731
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QuoteOriginally posted by PhilRich Quote
Malinco, what are you using for scanning the negatives? The scans look really good.
Also curious.

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Mild evening by the lake tonight. Clear skies and no wind.
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04-04-2016, 03:01 AM   #8733
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QuoteOriginally posted by PhilRich Quote
Malinco, what are you using for scanning the negatives? The scans look really good.
QuoteOriginally posted by bobbotron Quote
Also curious.
I use an Epson Perfection 3200 photo scanner. I was lucky enough to find it at a thrift store for a few bucks and it works great. I don't have the negative holds but I found scanning the negatives when in print file sleeves works just as well (most of the time).


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Love it! I really want to try one of the Mamiya TLR's one day, those are nice crisp images.

I'm getting Mark Hama to bring a Yashica Mat 124 back to life, I hope to serve up some images from it in a few weeks.
Thanks. I realy enjoy my Mamiya TLR. Just at times wish I could get the features of the Mamiya in the size of a yashica.
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QuoteOriginally posted by malinku Quote
I use an Epson Perfection 3200 photo scanner. I was lucky enough to find it at a thrift store for a few bucks and it works great. I don't have the negative holds but I found scanning the negatives when in print file sleeves works just as well (most of the time).




Thanks. I realy enjoy my Mamiya TLR. Just at times wish I could get the features of the Mamiya in the size of a yashica.
The yashica really is compact. I wish it had the parallax aid of Mamiya. I guess there's always a perk to each system.
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645Z with 35A
Looks like a textile factory store-room??
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Here's another of the old Velvia shots, just to keep the pot boiling - 67 with 90mm, Velvia 50 - you can guess the little-known location

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Just about to fly to Germany. Spent the evening in London:

645Z DFA 35 f/8 1/30 ISO 800 handheld.



and one earlier - a 16:10 crop as the light from the barge didn't go as far - same camera lens, ISO640 f/8 1/60




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Here's another of the old Velvia shots, just to keep the pot boiling - 67 with 90mm, Velvia 50 - you can guess the little-known location
Beautiful tones, Graham. As for the location, your profile shows you residing in Poole so I'll take at stab at Sandbanks

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As for the location, your profile shows you residing in Poole so I'll take at stab at Sandbanks
Ah drat! - thought I'd fool you ;D
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Sandbanks
Huh! Very cool looking place!
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A couple more from last night:

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645 with Acros


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One I just found on my hard drive from last summer. San Francisco, down by the bay. Franka Solida III with Fuji 160NS.

I'm thinking about taking the same camera to Norway this year, but I might see if space and weight will allow the Yashica Mat 124G to go instead. Certainly I think medium format is the way to go for holidays.


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