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01-31-2011, 03:36 PM   #1111
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QuoteOriginally posted by gurtch Quote
Three more 645D shots from last week. 45~85 lens.
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Great shots, specially coming from a digital camera

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gurtch, great photos. Your new camera looks to be a keeper.


Henline Cr. bridge on the Opal Cr. Rd.


Bronica SQA, tmax 400



Little North Fork of the Santiam R.


Korona 4x5 Arista EDU 100


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QuoteOriginally posted by gurtch Quote
Three more 645D shots from last week. 45~85 lens.
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Nice. The falling snow is a great effect. Is that real snow?
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Panorama - French mountains

One more from my trip

P645 45/2.8 Across 100 in Rodinal stand



When the clouds are starting to come in to close a sunny afternoon hiking in t-shirt. And yes the sun was full in my face...

Cheers,

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Is that real snow?
Of course not! Digital snow!
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Of course not! Digital snow!
Okay, just say it. I'm naive. I'm still learning that the photographer no longer has to be in the right place at the right time with modern photography.

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Okay, just say it. I'm naive. I'm still learning that the a photographer no longer has to be in the right place at the right time with modern photography.
I'm sure you see snow occasionally tuco, it's pretty rare to see flakes that big
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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
One more from my trip

P645 45/2.8 Across 100 in Rodinal stand

When the clouds are starting to come in to close a sunny afternoon hiking in t-shirt. And yes the sun was full in my face...

Cheers,

Luc
Nice countryside. I haven't tried your invert the tank midway through for stand development yet but I'm hoping that will help my uneven development issues with stand and Rodinal.

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Nice countryside. I haven't tried your invert the tank midway through for stand development yet but I'm hoping that will help my uneven development issues with stand and Rodinal.

Thanks. It is about four frames from the P645 stitched up. I have (toughing wood) some good result with semi-stand i.e. invert the tank after twenty minutes - leave it upside down - invert the tank back after forty minutes but it is not foolproof either. Some time I am still wondering if it affects the border I am left wondering if it is the development or the scan i.e. I do not use a mask to cover the space between frames.

Now with Pyrocat HD separated A and B, I cannot get the development right. The developed parts are beautiful but I have so much uneven development specially in the sky


One more with 75/2.8 I think








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Another angle and variation of the Cannon Beach scene from my last visit.



Hasselblad 500C/M, Planar 80mm CF T*, NDX400 + Pentax O2 Orange Filters, 100 Acros, PMK Pyro, 60 Second Exposure

Amazing picture, as composed and lighted!
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More night tests.

Pentax 645, A 75mm f/2.8, Kodak VHC, somewhere around 8 seconds in AV.

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Managed to shoot a roll of Velvia and a roll of Reala with my 67 this past weekend.
Here's one from the Reala. I wish I had a tad more DoF in this shot. This was my first time shooting Reala on the 67 and so far I like it. Seems to have nice natural tones like 160S does.

Pentax 67, S-M-C Takumar 6x7 90/2.8 LS, Fuji Reala

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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
One more from my trip

P645 45/2.8 Across 100 in Rodinal stand

this picture is magical
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still no luck finding an enlarger for 6x7, but i got a scanner so i can finally see the whole 6x7 frame


pentax 6x7, with smc 67 105mm f/2.4, wide open or close to. ilford hp5





its also showing me that im not fixing my film long enough
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More night tests.
Pentax 645, A 75mm f/2.8, Kodak VHC, somewhere around 8 seconds in AV.
You've been getting good results.

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Amazing picture, as composed and lighted!
Thanks!
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