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11-16-2014, 03:00 AM - 2 Likes   #3481
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Storebæltsbroen, Denmark (bridge across the Great Belt)

Some pics I took of Storebæltsbroen, Denmark (the bridge across the Great Belt) with my classic Pentax Spotmatic F and the Super-Takumar 85mm F1.9.







The pictures were taken at dusk with mist and rain approaching.

The fixed link across the Great Belt comprises of two bridges and a tunnel (for trains). The East Bridge is a 6,790 m long suspension bridge with a free span of 1,624 m between the two 254 m high pylons.

Rollei RPX 400 developed in ID-11 1+1.

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QuoteOriginally posted by LaHo Quote
Some pics I took of Storebæltsbroen, Denmark (the bridge across the Great Belt) with my classic Pentax Spotmatic F and the Super-Takumar 85mm F1.9.







The pictures were taken at dusk with mist and rain approaching.

The fixed link across the Great Belt comprises of two bridges and a tunnel (for trains). The East Bridge is a 6,790 m long suspension bridge with a free span of 1,624 m between the two 254 m high pylons.

Rollei RPX 400 developed in ID-11 1+1.
Very nice, especially the first one.

Phil.

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QuoteOriginally posted by hollywoodfred Quote
I finally set aside some time to scan some TMax 100 I had lab-developed in August. The lab had also provided scans, but I didn't care for them. Today I did my own scans. Here are a few I thought worth sharing.


Shot with the K2 and M 50/1.4



This time with the K 24/2.8





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Fred
Nice set, really like the second one.

Phil.
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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
Nice set, really like the second one. Phil.
Thanks Phil.
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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
Very nice, especially the first one.

Phil.
Thanks, Phil.

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Thanks, Phil.
I used to be a student at DTU when they opened that bridge, they organised a bicycle race to Malmoe if I remember corretly...I like bridges, unfortunately this is more..prosaic.



Leningrad + Jupiter 8



This one was taken with my K1000 and the 55mm f2.0...does it qualify as "street photograpy"?



Sometimes it's difficult to compose a pic with a bridge, a tower and a destroyer...here I tried to.



Triple bridge.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Vendee Quote
Really nice. Exposure and composition look spot on.
Thanks.
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Pentax P3n, Ultrafine 400, caffenol-c, JC Penny 135mm 2.8

One of the last shots on the roll, took about 5 frames, this one worked best. Cropped.


Coulee Rocks, late sun, cropped.


Coulee walls, late sun, color balance, slight rotation and crop.


Rock Island in Banks Lake, cropped


Toto, looking out the window.
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T-Max 400 at EI 200 in my MX,all with the M 50mm f/1.4.


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ME Super, M 35/2, Trix 400, HC-110


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Cold pony

Pentax KX, Ilford Delta 100 film, no idea what lens.


Cold pony par Kris Lockyear, on ipernity
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QuoteOriginally posted by womble Quote
Pentax KX, Ilford Delta 100 film, no idea what lens.


Cold pony par Kris Lockyear, on ipernity
Nice and the pony looks like it’s dressed warmly!

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A couple from back in the summer. Yashica-A TLR, a lovely camera, and Neopan 100 Acros, a lovely film.
The second shot was unintentionally cheeky on account of a sudden gust of Welsh coastal wind!



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QuoteOriginally posted by edmundrt Quote
A couple from back in the summer. Yashica-A TLR, a lovely camera, and Neopan 100 Acros, a lovely film.
The second shot was unintentionally cheeky on account of a sudden gust of Welsh coastal wind!
As they are, I like the second shot better.
However, if the first shot had been framed without the RV park on the lower left, that would have been better to my eye.
The second shot is, to my eye, dependent on the movement expressed by skirt and hair. Gives it some interest that would not be present, without that whimsical motion.

I like my D model better than my Mat model. Nice shots, both!
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QuoteOriginally posted by 45 Mike Quote
As they are, I like the second shot better.
Who can disagree with this statement?
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