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10-11-2013, 09:07 PM   #2356
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More scenes from Cannon Beach, Oregon.


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So, where's the sugar lumps..?

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Nice!
10-12-2013, 02:12 PM   #2359
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Nice!
Thanks very much. Getting to really enjoy this camera.

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Oh! The famous Three-Star 300 SLR! Is it K-mount?


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that horse has a skinny neck!
really nice shots though.
10-14-2013, 10:26 AM   #2363
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More scenes from Cannon Beach, Oregon.
Once again, the dynamic range is awesome. The detail you still get in the two people while back lit is impressive.

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Once again, the dynamic range is awesome. The detail you still get in the two people while back lit is impressive.
Why thanks. I've been working on highlight compression off/on for several years now. It's starting to yield results.
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Oh! The famous Three-Star 300 SLR! Is it K-mount?


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The star? Fortunately not - otherwise some little twerp of a Beastie Boys fan would've had it long ago!! It had completely passed me by that the Merc was the 300 SLR -Duh! (...and me a petrol head maniac!)
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FED 3, I-61 L/D 53/2.8, Kodak TMAX 100
Woo! Hoo! Industar-61 wide open!!!


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FED 3, I-61 L/D 53/2.8, Kodak TMAX 100
My Fed still has some frames to go. I really like the quality of that photograph. The flower gets a little lost in the bokeh... You could almost crop that square.
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1961 through the window. Kodak Retinette. (cross post from Bridges)

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1961 through the window. Kodak Retinette. (cross post from Bridges)

A long Way Down. The Gap, Sydney 1962 Kodak Retinette
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