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03-01-2014, 09:08 PM   #2821
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Is the cemetery around Seattle? We went to one a couple years ago where Bruce Lee was buried, is it that one?

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Oh, no. This one is in Everett.

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The very last photograph I'll ever take with the GM670 - I sold it!




Fuji GM670 - Fujinon SW 65mm f/8 - Kodak TMAX 100 - Rodinal 1+25

And the last one with the Fujinon S 100mm f/3.5, next to last roll of film, same as above


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Crossposting from film thread.

I have stumbled upon a nice restaurant in Jiyuugaoka. The decor was great, full of atmosphere. It seated about 10 people max. The chef's left arm paralysed, but he did an amazing job and the food was delicious!

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Jacksonville Mercantile par Daiku San, on ipernity
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Jacksonville Mercantile par Daiku San, on ipernity
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Great textures and light in this, what a beautiful doorway. Must be some good things on the other side as well.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Oh, no. This one is in Everett.
I have several family members there.


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The very last photograph I'll ever take with the GM670 - I sold it


So sad! I always thought that was one of your coolest cameras.


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A couple of frames from a trip to the Taj Mahal last year. How does one photograph one of the most photographed monuments in the world? I couldn't think of a way, so I ended up not taking any colour film with me hoping black and white would add some interest. Not sure it worked.

MZ-7/ZX-7 Fuji Neopan 100SS developed in HC-110.




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So sad! I always thought that was one of your coolest cameras.
Steve, sad but a necessary component of my treatment.




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QuoteOriginally posted by pai Quote
A couple of frames from a trip to the Taj Mahal last year. How does one photograph one of the most photographed monuments in the world? I couldn't think of a way, so I ended up not taking any colour film with me hoping black and white would add some interest. Not sure it worked.

MZ-7/ZX-7 Fuji Neopan 100SS developed in HC-110.

I'd say it worked...you captured a nice sense of space with the first one.
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QuoteOriginally posted by pai Quote
A couple of frames from a trip to the Taj Mahal last year. How does one photograph one of the most photographed monuments in the world? I couldn't think of a way, so I ended up not taking any colour film with me hoping black and white would add some interest. Not sure it worked.

MZ-7/ZX-7 Fuji Neopan 100SS developed in HC-110.

Yeah very nice, b&w adds a "vintage" feel to the shots.

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X-posted from my thread:



This may very well be published in a German beer magazine... Much darkroom shenanigans to get it to look like this, so I'll be reprinting this a little darker @ 8x10, and taking it to the local graphics shop for a print scan. Don't know if I could pull the highlight detail out enough in a scan.

This is a quick snap, K-X on copy stand, of my 5x7 work print of it:
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QuoteOriginally posted by filoxophy Quote
I'd say it worked...you captured a nice sense of space with the first one.
Thanks filoxophy. In hindsight, I think I should have placed the dome in the dome shaped space in the leaves. Didn't notice that while taking the pictures.

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Yeah very nice, b&w adds a "vintage" feel to the shots.
Thanks Phil. That was the idea.
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Like the reflections!

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