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02-02-2011, 08:03 AM   #1126
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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...

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I keep meaning to comment on this shot. Luc, I really really like it Nice pano.
You mentioned that it is a few shots stitched; I assume you did the stitching on the computer after scanning ?

And much to your disgust, I am going to post some more colour shots!

Pentax 67, SMC 105/2.4, Provia 100F, F22@ about 4 seconds



I actually have an almost-identical digital shot of this image. I much prefer the film version.

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QuoteOriginally posted by fabian628 Quote
this picture is magical

My, thank you
It is sure a very nice valley in the mountains and very much worth carrying the equipment.

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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
I keep meaning to comment on this shot. Luc, I really really like it Nice pano.
You mentioned that it is a few shots stitched; I assume you did the stitching on the computer after scanning ?

Thank you Jason. Yes the scans go to LR for some simple adjustments and then stitched in PTgui.



QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
And much to your disgust, I am going to post some more colour shots!
That might be a strong statement but I simply do not have an eye for color shots and my B&W have always been far superior to my color one so I simply stopped shooting color and I am definitely not a good judge of color shots and get tired of looking at one over time while I always go back to a nice b&W. I do like photographers like Steve Mc Curry but it is mostly an exception.

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Luc

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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
Pentax 67, SMC 105/2.4, Provia 100F, F22@ about 4 seconds

I actually have an almost-identical digital shot of this image. I much prefer the film version.

cheers,
Jason
Beautiful shot Jason. Fantastic colors.


Here's another from the Reala roll.

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




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Pentax 67II with SMC 67 75/4.5 and Tri-X...










The last one is handheld at 1/8 and f/4.5 with some support from the door opening of the container that I pointed the lens into.
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I love that velvia 50.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Makten Quote
Pentax 67II with SMC 67 75/4.5 and Tri-X...
The last one is handheld at 1/8 and f/4.5 with some support from the door opening of the container that I pointed the lens into.
Pretty cool shots.
if you could get in the building in front of the one on the second shot to shoot at the same height or close it would make a great pattern.

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@ Tuco - I have been very happy with with my 645 at night. My tripod is a little short for me but it seems to be a good weight to handle the camera. Makes me wonder if I should have picked up the cheap 6 foot surveying tripod I ran into last year.

@ Spare Tire - I do like night traffic shots. I remember there was a period where it seemed like every National Geographic issue had at least one long exposure night cityscape showing traffic patterns.

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More panos

Arch of clouds



This one is more personal than anything else as it is of my wife "patiently" waiting for me looking at the ski resort on the mountain on the other side of the valley



I have a roll of Epson Luster in 13" wide that is begging to be printed so that details can emerge.


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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
I keep meaning to comment on this shot. Luc, I really really like it Nice pano.
I actually have an almost-identical digital shot of this image. I much prefer the film version.
cheers,
Jason
Uh!, please, send also digital shot to compare.
Thanks

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QuoteOriginally posted by fabian628 Quote
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
Nice bike Fabian! Is it yours?

Here are a pair of ours (bike on the left is my wife's, mine has the lower "Euro" bars...both are W650s). I'll have to shoot them with the Pentax 67 or 645 this summer. Several feet of snow on the ground here now.

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the village Peillon, close to Nice, France
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House movers' truck shadowed against an adjacent duplex, and all hooked up ready to tow a building the next morning.


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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
Pretty cool shots.
if you could get in the building in front of the one on the second shot to shoot at the same height or close it would make a great pattern.
It's the same building, so that's as impossible as it can get!
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There are really really wonderful shots here ! Thank you all to share them !

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