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01-30-2011, 11:41 AM   #1096
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QuoteOriginally posted by gurtch Quote
Four shots from this week's snow in Beach Haven, NJ. 645D. First shot is the 35mm manual focus lens, the nesxt three are with 45~85 zoom @ 45mm. Thanks for looking.
Those are gorgeous.

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Tuco, you've really outdone yourself with that one. Ravishingly lovely picture!
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Thanks Tuco; I saw your post above. Brought back memories....I had a darkroom for almost 50 years. Your work is fabulous.
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Some fantastic shots being posted here.

Jason, I like your B&W. Makes me want to get some Tri-X for my 67.

Tuco, amazing beach shot as usual.

fs999, Super shot, love the light, colors, and bokeh.

Gurtch, superb shots from the 645D, I really like the last one.

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QuoteOriginally posted by gurtch Quote
Four shots from this week's snow in Beach Haven, NJ. 645D. First shot is the 35mm manual focus lens, the nesxt three are with 45~85 zoom @ 45mm. Thanks for looking.

I am not one for color but this shots are very nice. I am wondering how they would look with a b&W conversion?

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Tuco, nice sea stacks. Thanks for the string of pro quality B&W shots. I shoot color only but I feel I have a pretty good eye for B&W work.
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Thanks everyone.

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Tuco, nice sea stacks. Thanks for the string of pro quality B&W shots. I shoot color only but I feel I have a pretty good eye for B&W work.
Why thanks. I want to shoot more color but I keep loading BW into the camera. I have the chemicals and can do color at home but I don't like it much. Ever since a local, nearby mini lab that did 120 roll folded up and I got a digital, I slowed down with color film.
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Here's my B&W contribution. Went for a walk around my parents place last Friday. I have been trying to do more handheld stuff with the 67 and get more practice focusing with the WLF. This is shot on Ilford XP2, I'm still not sure about this film though I was expsosing using Sunny 16 + 1/2 stop so I think this was overexposed and it was tough to scan.



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That is what I am talking about, baby. I just love the chrome on B&W...
I understand your dilemma if you have only one fridge cold beer or cold developer...
I also read that Diafine was pretty much temperature resistant. I use Diafine for all my TriX@1250 shots and I really like it both in grain and tonality. I have not tried it with other films.

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Luc, you got it in one - I think I need to get a second fridge!

QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Some fantastic shots being posted here.

Jason, I like your B&W. Makes me want to get some Tri-X for my 67.

Tuco, amazing beach shot as usual.

fs999, Super shot, love the light, colors, and bokeh.

Gurtch, superb shots from the 645D, I really like the last one.
Thanks Colton, I would highly recommend Tri-X for the 67. I'll have to order some more.

QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Here's my B&W contribution. Went for a walk around my parents place last Friday. I have been trying to do more handheld stuff with the 67 and get more practice focusing with the WLF. This is shot on Ilford XP2, I'm still not sure about this film though I was expsosing using Sunny 16 + 1/2 stop so I think this was overexposed and it was tough to scan.

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Looks good to me. I just recently got a WLF; so far I am having a rather hard time getting used to it. Particularly getting the image level. Practice makes... competent I hope.

cheers,
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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
I just recently got a WLF; so far I am having a rather hard time getting used to it. Particularly getting the image level. Practice makes... competent I hope.

cheers,
Jason
I can identify with that, I bought a prism to augment my WLF because I was finding it hard to compose using it on the fly
I still use it for anything on a tripod and I have gridlines on the screen so getting the level is much easier
But walking around I use the prism. I just don't spend enough time with the WLF to really feel comfortable with it after shooting SLRs all the time
I't like starting over every time I put it on the camera
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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
Looks good to me. I just recently got a WLF; so far I am having a rather hard time getting used to it. Particularly getting the image level. Practice makes... competent I hope.

cheers,
Jason
I put a 67II grid matte in my 67. And I wondered why in the heck that isn't a stock feature for that camera. It's a big area to view and judging level is not easy.
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I have a grid in my K7 now as well. really I find it a useful tool in so many ways
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Three more 645D shots from last week. 45~85 lens.
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Three more 645D shots from last week. 45~85 lens.
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Beautiful shots Dave
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Beautiful shots Dave
Thank you Eddie. Lovin' this new toy. Awsome 24"x32" prints.
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