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02-21-2011, 03:54 PM   #1306
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Thank you Luc

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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
One last shot from my medieval outing in Catalunya.

Pentax 645 45mm/2.8 Across 100 Divided Pyrocat HD

http://www.lucbenacphoto.com/img/s3/v23/p471194715.jpg

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Man, Luc! This one totally rocks! You make want to visit Spain!


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QuoteOriginally posted by fs999 Quote
Thank you Luc and Tuco ! Sorry for the volunteers, they are all in Luxembourg Very nice that night shot !

Diana

645N 150mm Rollei Retro 100 Tonal in R09 One Shot 1+40 13min @ 20C

Hartmannswiller cemetery Alsace France

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These are exceptional as well! Beautiful!


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We took the kids to the park during some strange 50 degree weather and I got a chance to play with the Rolleiflex some more. Sun this time of year seems in rare supply, so figured it'd be nice to shoot some color while I was at it.

Just a snapshot of my son wondering why the ducks are all gone.

Rolleiflex 2.8D, Ektar 100, guesstimated exposure.




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QuoteOriginally posted by Vertex Ninja Quote
We took the kids to the park during some strange 50 degree weather and I got a chance to play with the Rolleiflex some more. Sun this time of year seems in rare supply, so figured it'd be nice to shoot some color while I was at it.

Just a snapshot of my son wondering why the ducks are all gone.

Rolleiflex 2.8D, Ektar 100, guesstimated exposure.
And a nice snapshot. You can really see where the focus comes and goes on that dock. Does your Rollei have the Schneider or Zeiss for a taking lens?
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Wow the 645 is really impressive and talk about shallow DOF! That looks like Los Poblanos and some of your other photos are obviously taken on the Los Ranchos de Albuquerque. Thanks for sharing them.
That is Los Pablanos, in your neck of Rio Grande Blvd.

Wow, there have been lots of terrific mf shots shared in the last week. Nice work, everyone!
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Thanks to all of you guys.
The problem of travel is when you come back to your neck of the woods, then you have to work hard to find new subjects.

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
And a nice snapshot. You can really see where the focus comes and goes on that dock. Does your Rollei have the Schneider or Zeiss for a taking lens?
Thanks. It's the Schneider and it's really sharp and surprisingly contrasty for a 50yr old single-coated lens. I've seen a test showing it's incredibly sharp in the center and really abysmal at the extreme edge, but mine seems reasonably sharp all the way out.

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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
Thanks to all of you guys.
The problem of travel is when you come back to your neck of the woods, then you have to work hard to find new subjects.

Cheers,

Luc
Yeah, I've noticed that, too.
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Great things happeing in this thread! I'm not too good at commenting, so I'll just say to you all; keep it up.

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They are all from the same film, but the middle one is PP:d very hard to get a dark sky, so that's why it's very much grainier. This was Ilford HP5+ @ 320, which was a bad choice. The scanner has so much DR that I had to stretch the flat files very much, and thus grain actually gets worse than if I expose at 800 and develop longer!
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Makten, if the grain bothers you , I would suggest using the glaussin blur filter at 1.1 prior to any sharpening. This will smooth the grain so it is not so strong. Then sharpen as normal.

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Lovely shots by everyone Indeed it is hard to comment on them all.
I must say though, the shot by Vertex with the Rollei is impressive. Sharpness looks great, nice lighting and exposure for that Ektar too.
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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
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I must say though, the shot by Vertex with the Rollei is impressive. Sharpness looks great, nice lighting and exposure for that Ektar too.
Thanks! Sunny 16 to the rescue!
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Great shot of that trio, Rense!
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