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11-11-2016, 09:27 AM   #9946
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mattb, great work on the film camera!

11-11-2016, 09:49 AM   #9947
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mattb, great work on the film camera!
Thanks Mike! The time machine aspect makes film shooting kind of fun every now and then. I'm going to keep shooting a roll now and then just for fun.

A little aside here: one of the 35mm rolls came from the camera collection I inherited from a deceased friend so that was pretty interesting. Looks like it was college graduation here in the late 80's or early 90's (based on the acid wash and big bangs). The images are exceptionally noisy. I'm thinking the film which was pretty fast, 800 ASA, must have deteriorated over the years. Cool to see John's old photos anyway!
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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
Thanks Mike! The time machine aspect makes film shooting kind of fun every now and then. I'm going to keep shooting a roll now and then just for fun.

A little aside here: one of the 35mm rolls came from the camera collection I inherited from a deceased friend so that was pretty interesting. Looks like it was college graduation here in the late 80's or early 90's (based on the acid wash and big bangs). The images are exceptionally noisy. I'm thinking the film which was pretty fast, 800 ASA, must have deteriorated over the years. Cool to see John's old photos anyway!
nice find for sure
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Very effective lightning shot.
Thanks; I've been shooting lightning for many years.

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From last night at Palm Tract, CA
Agree, it's a classic sunset. Nice work Mike.

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A120 macro f4

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Valle Verzasca in Switzerland. If you have a closer look to the last one, you can find Nessie (?) diving down to the river...

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Enrico, lovely colors and sweet locations


From this morning in Sausalito, CA

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645Z & A75

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A less salubrious location at a much less salubrious 7.30am at Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof

Z and 28 - 45 handheld at f/8 1/5



also handheld at f/8 1/8

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Square crop of the first:

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This square crop is very effective. I think it tightens up the composition for more impact.
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Wow Marcus, nice butterflies shots
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Crop

My opinion, this is a stronger composition/crop.


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