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07-10-2013, 07:44 PM   #2116
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You're welcome! :-)

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The area is a lot of fun... here's a DUMBO shot from the 80s before they artsied and gentrified




OOPS, not b&w film...

to atone, here's some with the KX, Tamron 103a 80-210 and Ilford XP2







and this with the SMC-A 28/2.8


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Looks like a nice spot for dogs to take their owners for a walk :-)
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Here's a shot of my Rufus giving his best side.



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07-17-2013, 06:16 AM   #2120
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Awesome shot there tuco!

I took my No.2 Folding Pocket Brownie for her 100th birthday photo walk in Chinatown NYC on 7/15.


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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Awesome shot there tuco!
Thanks, Nesster.

Your shot looks like a scene you might see south of the boarder instead of NYC for some reason.
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Screaming Wreck

My favorite of B&W on my ME Super so far (that I've gotten scanned-- working on my backlog now)

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QuoteOriginally posted by rob1234 Quote
I really like this shot - will probably print it up on A3+ Ilford Fine Art paper:



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Printed using QuadTone RIP, and Epson R1800 and Ilford A3+ Smooth Fine Art paper - looks absolutely great, even if I do say so myself!



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Epson 4870 scan

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QuoteOriginally posted by rob1234 Quote
Printed using QuadTone RIP, and Epson R1800 and Ilford A3+ Smooth Fine Art paper - looks absolutely great, even if I do say so myself!



P67
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Yep I agree, nice shot!

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Put my first roll of B/W through my Pentax LX. These were shot on Neopan 400 with a 50mm f/2. A few from the roll.



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QuoteOriginally posted by abieleck Quote
Put my first roll of B/W through my Pentax LX. These were shot on Neopan 400 with a 50mm f/2. A few from the roll.



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Nice set, is the second one of the brewery downtown? (I forget the name)

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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
Nice set, is the second one of the brewery downtown? (I forget the name)

Phil.
Thanks! It is one of the breweries....killer beer in Portland. This one is Bridgeport which is in NW Portland. Its housed in a really cool industrial building....lots of chrome and wood beams. Nice deck out front and just a couple kegs out back If there wasn't a guy hanging out I may have rolled one home
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Taken with my trusty MX, on Neopan 400
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