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01-18-2013, 04:30 PM   #1501
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Some older TXP shots for my scrap book project for some guys I use to do a lot of backpacking and hiking with.



A hike to an old fire lookout



67 55mm f4, TXP and surely either a yellow or orange filter


A sewing repair in one of several shelters along the coast in the Olympic National Forest. A 4-day backpacking trip along the ocean in the middle of winter. It is a challenge to keep the animals from getting your food. Mice will even take your leather shoe laces if have them on your boots. This guy also had to repair his new backpack that mice chewed a hole in to get to his trail mix that he left in the backpack.





67 55mm f4, TXP



You know your ruffing it when you have to have your latte without the lemon twist.



67 105mm f2.4, TXP

Nice, hiking with the 67 and a couple lenses must have been fun!

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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
Nice, hiking with the 67 and a couple lenses must have been fun!

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Day hikes I would take two lenses. For backpacking it would be one lens either the 90mm or 55mm plus a WLF.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Some older TXP shots for my scrap book project for some guys I use to do a lot of backpacking and hiking with.



A hike to an old fire lookout



67 55mm f4, TXP and surely either a yellow or orange filter


A sewing repair in one of several shelters along the coast in the Olympic National Forest. A 4-day backpacking trip along the ocean in the middle of winter. It is a challenge to keep the animals from getting your food. Mice will even take your leather shoe laces if have them on your boots. This guy also had to repair his new backpack that mice chewed a hole in to get to his trail mix that he left in the backpack.





67 55mm f4, TXP



You know you're ruffing it when you have to have your latte without the lemon twist.



67 105mm f2.4, TXP

Great set, love that last one
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Tuco: Some 67 amzsingness right there.

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Some older TXP shots for my scrap book project for some guys I use to do a lot of backpacking and hiking with.


A sewing repair in one of several shelters along the coast in the Olympic National Forest. A 4-day backpacking trip along the ocean in the middle of winter. It is a challenge to keep the animals from getting your food. Mice will even take your leather shoe laces if have them on your boots. This guy also had to repair his new backpack that mice chewed a hole in to get to his trail mix that he left in the backpack.
I love the sewing repair shot. Great composition.

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I love these, too, Tuco. Looks like a great adventure, and the sewing shot is great, as are the others, really. Three photos tell a good story.
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Spotmatic, Auto Takumar 55/1.8, Foma 400



P645, SMC-A 75mm, Neopan 400



Ricoh Diacord, the late lamented Plus-X
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote

Spotmatic, Auto Takumar 55/1.8, Foma 400



P645, SMC-A 75mm, Neopan 400



Ricoh Diacord, the late lamented Plus-X
Like the "Choptank" shot!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Kyle Gupton Quote
I love the sewing repair shot. Great composition.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Jacquot Quote
I love these, too, Tuco. Looks like a great adventure, and the sewing shot is great, as are the others, really. Three photos tell a good story.
Thanks.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Thanks you guys.

Another 55mm/TXP combo






Very cool!
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A moment of sun on an otherwise grey weekend. Spotmatic, 50mm f1.4, expired Tmax100
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A moment of sun on an otherwise grey weekend. Spotmatic, 50mm f1.4, expired Tmax100
Nice shot!

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Some shots of English Bay in Vancouver.

Pentax 67 & 75/2.8 using T-Max 100/Orange filter (Lab processed & scanned)





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Pentax 645, SMC A 55mm/2.8, Ilford Delta 100, D76
Mmm.... Lines.... .Mmmmm....
Love the tones coming from the Ilford.
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