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07-04-2014, 11:09 PM - 1 Like   #3091
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At a local cruz-in. Bronica SQA, FP-4, WD2D+.









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QuoteOriginally posted by gary2881 Quote
At a local cruz-in. Bronica SQA, FP-4, WD2D+.
Nice sharp shots. What's sitting on top of the car in the third shot? It looks like a tiger licking its genitals
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QuoteOriginally posted by Vendee Quote
Nice sharp shots. What's sitting on top of the car in the third shot? It looks like a tiger licking its genitals
That's what it looks like to me. You never know what you'll get at these events.
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QuoteOriginally posted by gary2881 Quote
That's what it looks like to me. You never know what you'll get at these events.
Yeah nice shots!

The tiger is probably relating to the old gas commercial "Put a tiger in your tank":


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Some photos from Brussel.
Kodak Retinette, Reomar 1:3:5/45mm
Film: Fomapan 100 B&W
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QuoteOriginally posted by Almach9 Quote
Some photos from Brussel.
Kodak Retinette, Reomar 1:3:5/45mm
Film: Fomapan 100 B&W
Sweet, and a Retinette yet. My kind of photography, I bow to you Sir.
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MZ-S, FA31Ltd, Portra 800 converted to B&W








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Late June skiing in North Cascades National Park

My favorite camera for bad weather days:
Kodak Retina Ia with Ektar 50mm/3.5 and Plus-X 125

They came out very overexposed, but I was able to get the detail back after scanning (16-bit helps here). It shows some grain, scanner noise, and frame-edge/sprocket-hole flare-shadows... but we like that, no?









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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Sweet, and a Retinette yet. My kind of photography, I bow to you Sir.
Thanks Nesster.

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QuoteOriginally posted by frankfrank Quote
They came out very overexposed, but I was able to get the detail back after scanning (16-bit helps here).
I have a renewed appreciation for the latitude of b/w film having just had a similar experience -- some badly overexposed shots still give usable scans.

From my first-ever roll of Ilford PanF+. I didn't get very many keepers. I only had one lens, the Rokinon 24mm tilt/shift, and in addition to the challenge of Schiempflug focusing on a 135-format viewfinder, it took me a few shots to realize that this lens doesn't meter correctly on the MX (or, I would think, any aperture-coupled K-mount body). So it was Sunny 16 for the rest of the roll, and that too was a first for me.



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Some long exposures taken in Edinburgh with my KM (which seems to suffer a little light leakage) on Acros.


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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
Some long exposures taken in Edinburgh with my KM (which seems to suffer a little light leakage) on Acros.
The light leak could be through the viewfinder, if you left it uncovered. This happens on all SLRs, especially daytime long exposures with filters. Here is a 30-second exposure made with my KX, with the lens cap on, viewfinder pointed at the sun.

In any case, your results didn't suffer much. They look good!
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I tried a Miranda extension tube (as it fits correctly) on my RB Graflex 2x3 SLR... with mixed results, on the real close up shots f11 is not enough, and even on a sturdy tripod the mirror slap didn't do any favors at 1/30 or slower. Where the distance was a bit greater, and if I had more light, I think I'd get better results. Neopan 400 in Rodinal 1+50



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Probably my favourite band from the 90's....Deacon Blue who played an outdoor gig near me in Thetford Forest, UK on Sunday.

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