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03-18-2011, 04:27 PM   #1471
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QuoteOriginally posted by eddie1960 Quote
2 very nice shots Pal

"Film five years out of date! Original is very brownish" nice job on the Scanning then
Not much of a job. Auto Color correcting in Photoshop..

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QuoteOriginally posted by fs999 Quote
Excellent shot of this shit lens Luc

All right guys don't gang up on my poor 75/4.5 lens. It hasn't done anything to you
I am sure that Tuco did not mean it

Thanks.

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03-19-2011, 03:21 PM   #1474
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Midnight sun mountain view.
Pentax 645N. FA645 75/2.8
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Spending hours waiting for good light on a grey day. I had given up going back to my boat (this is on an island) when I changed my mind and waited out a little longer. It had started to rain slightly and suddenly the setting sun broke through the clouds.
I have shot this pond several times; there's even an otter in it when this images was shot...

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HOLY COW that's excellent - and hyper-sur-real all in one.
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Two beautiful shots Pål! Sometimes it's really worth waiting just that bit longer.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Pål Jensen Quote
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These are really great landscapes. What film? The colors are really nice.

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Your shots are amazing, Pål!
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Lovely shots, underscoring the role of patience, persistance, and luck.
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Two shots from yesterday with the 75/4.5 on P67II. The film is Fuji Neopan 100 developed in Fomadon R09 1:50 for 11 minutes (a little bit too short).







Both are at f/11 and the first one is on my new tripod. Looks like it's sturdy enough for 1/4 second at this focal length.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Makten Quote
Two shots from yesterday with the 75/4.5 on P67II. The film is Fuji Neopan 100 developed in Fomadon R09 1:50 for 11 minutes (a little bit too short).

Both are at f/11 and the first one is on my new tripod. Looks like it's sturdy enough for 1/4 second at this focal length.
Really nice results. I just broke my compact tripod. One of the leg stop tabs sheered off.
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Landscape, Arizona

Pentax 67, 55-100 zoom @55mm f/22, circa 2007-- Scanned from print.
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QuoteOriginally posted by desertscape Quote
Pentax 67, 55-100 zoom @55mm f/22, circa 2007-- Scanned from print.
Nice shot mate. Has come out rather well for a print scan too.
What a lovely scene

I have a little more Velvia to show. This time it was from a car show, in rather harsh lighting...

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