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01-04-2015, 11:37 AM   #3646
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QuoteOriginally posted by Vendee Quote
Loving the car shots. Sorry for being thick but when you say, 100ACR..... is that Acros?

Re the girl in the previous shot..... hope the water was warm
Thanks. Yes, Acros. 100ACR is their film code for that film as you can see in a shot of this negative. And the color of the negative is pretty accurate too for my pyro stained negatives. Those unfamiliar with staining developers it compensates the highlights with its stain and, in the case of this developer, gives added print control of the shadows/highlights using filters on an enlarger with multigrade paper.








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Alexander falls near Whistler is usually photographed with the sun out, but the cloud arrived the same time I did. The old camera pulled a picture out of the mist.


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Well, bridges are fun any time, but spring or summer is probably best. The trees around a lot of the bridges are cottonwood and ash. They are well into loosing their leaves now, and what is left is mostly yellow. The grey skies are also a problem. Not so good for color. In the real thick fog with b&w their could by some interesting shots. This is starting to be a good time for waterfalls. The moss is getting green and in good shape. And, the grey sky is a big soft box. There are quit a few waterfalls in this area with pretty easy access.


This is one of my favorites, just down the road from my house.

Right next to the road
I love the covered bridge shot. Really nice composition.
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Safeco Field, 500C/M, 80/2.8, 100TMX





Cool. I don't think I've seen the Safe in BW yet.
01-06-2015, 10:02 AM   #3652
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That building reminds me of the curvy ones in the Seattle Center.

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Cool. I don't think I've seen the Safe in BW yet.
The stadium has a 200mm focal length limit. And I bet few of the people checking your bag on entry would know they need to apply an equivalent focal length for my 500C/M where 200mm is not much of a telephoto at all by comparison. No doubt I'd remind them if that situation happen to occur.
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That building reminds me of the curvy ones in the Seattle Center.



The stadium has a 200mm focal length limit. And I bet few of the people checking your bag on entry would know they need to apply an equivalent focal length for my 500C/M where 200mm is not much of a telephoto at all by comparison. No doubt I'd remind them if that situation happen to occur.
I recall taking my PZ-10 there once with a 100-300mm lens and not getting any grief about it, but that was some years ago and that particular Pentax lens wasn't exactly intimidating. That rule probably wasn't even in place at the time. Regardless, there's a lot of good photo ops at that ballpark.

Both the NFL and MLB have been implementing some pretty dumb rules the last few years. You can't even take a pack into Century Link any more.

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I recall taking my PZ-10 there once with a 100-300mm lens and not getting any grief about it ...
The rule is most likely there for the record in case they want to enforce it on someone.
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More cars. 1939 Hudson 112 Coupe
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I like your car shots.
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This is the first roll of b/w I've ever shot so be gentle! The photos looked alright but the scans from the drugstore disc looked really washed out. I fiddled with them a little but tell me what you think. This is a load I found retiring half-way down a shady little hollow....(I didn't smell moonshine coming out of that shed, but wouldn't have been surprised) The lighting was a little tricky but anyway...K2 w/Pentax-M 40mm 2.8 shot wide open. T-MAX 400
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01-07-2015, 06:37 PM   #3659
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I like your car shots.
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This is the first roll of b/w I've ever shot so be gentle! T-MAX 400
Your first shots were car shots too! I can't find my first roll. I didn't date my archives sleeves very well in the beginning and now they're mixed in a 3-ring binder and I'm not sure which one it the first roll anymore. I wish I'd been more diligent about that.
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