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09-11-2013, 02:02 PM   #2281
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One of a few I took at a local car show with the ME Super and a 28mm SMC Takumar. I especially liked the porta-johns in the background

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Dug up some old photos...



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Pentax KM, I think this was the SMC-K 55mm, Ilford Delta Pro 3200



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Two more because it was kind of amusing recording the sudden collection of people. Pentax KM with a Sears 60-300mm Zoom. TMax 100. I'm having really mixed results with this lens, I have a Tamron 23A on the way.







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QuoteOriginally posted by Archimedes the Dog Quote
Two more because it was kind of amusing recording the sudden collection of people. Pentax KM with a Sears 60-300mm Zoom. TMax 100. I'm having really mixed results with this lens, I have a Tamron 23A on the way.
You certainly needed a longer lens for those two shots
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More film on film action. The view is through a Pentax LX 35mm with waist lever finder. Shot with my Hasselblad 500cm / 80mm C T* lens and extension tube on T-Max 400.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Vendee Quote
You certainly needed a longer lens for those two shots
Agreed...
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The conditions were not very good for a star trail. The moon was out and lots of city lights. I did a shot a little after sunset and then one later but decided on the earlier one.

This equatorial sundial is not oriented correctly. It should be pointing at the celestial pole (North Star) and you can barely see it's not. I measured it's direction with an app on my phone and it happens to be off about equal to the magnetic declination for this area. But what is even more strange is that it probably was oriented correctly at one point. If they used magnetic north it would be pointing east of north. But this is pointing west of north. So perhaps it was adjusted twice for magnetic declination.





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Here's a shot from my pre-Pentax days. This is a scan of a 5x7 print, cropped from what a full frame 8x10 would be. Camera is an old Nikkormat with a Pre-AI 50mm f/1.4. Ilford FP4+, D76 1:1. I had forgotten about needing to stop-down to meter, so this was about 3 stops underexposed. I was just lucky I had a camera in hand when this guy decided to crawl down the fence a few feet in front of me! Print looks better in person... My 4490 did a terrible job with such a thin negative, and does OK results with scanned prints.
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Hey, I know where that is!

Nice photos. I posted a color shot taken with my LX of that reflecting pool area somewhere here...unfortunately there was no water in it at the time!
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My daughter Ada:

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
The conditions were not very good for a star trail. The moon was out and lots of city lights. I did a shot a little after sunset and then one later but decided on the earlier one.
Even if the conditions weren't ideal it still turned out pretty cool. I need to try out a long exposure on my Hasselblad
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QuoteOriginally posted by abieleck Quote
Even if the conditions weren't ideal it still turned out pretty cool. I need to try out a long exposure on my Hasselblad
Thanks. No batteries needed to hold open the shutter is always a nice feature for this. Obviously in the city only the brightest stars come through so out in the country makes for a better star trails.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Davidw0815 Quote
[Pentax ME, Ricoh 50 mm, FP4+@EI80 developed in D76 1:1, 11 min]
Nice work! Which Ricoh 50mm?


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