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02-16-2012, 03:03 PM - 1 Like   #376
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I don't think I have posted this one before. Pentax LX, SMC 'K' 24mm f/2.8 lens.



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QuoteOriginally posted by womble Quote
I don't think I have posted this one before. Pentax LX, SMC 'K' 24mm f/2.8 lens.

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Certainly worth posting again if you did. Nice tonality.
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Great photo womble...do you remember the film/speed at all?


I took my Canon T90 and Canon 28mm for a walk around Tucson,AZ a while back.




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Lab developed and scanned.
Selective contrast adjustment in the Lightroom 4 Beta. Not my greatest endeavor by any means...but I think it's kinda cool.

Another image of the same roll of film.

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QuoteOriginally posted by womble Quote
I don't think I have posted this one before. Pentax LX, SMC 'K' 24mm f/2.8 lens.



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The Eiffel Tower! Excellent work

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1971 Horizont, 28mm swing lens panoramic camera, Ilford Delta 100.



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Reminds me of a Widelux I had...same thing?
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One thing I noticed...a lot of the photos in this thread are gray and white. Try to boost the contrast a little so they become full range BW images.

I tried to scan my old BW photos and they looked kinda gray and white too. So am working on scanning negs and PP. But for someone that does not like computer work it is a chore. Maybe gray and white is all I'll get too?

Keep up the great work and hope to see more BW iamges here.

Here is an old gray and white from me. Tri-X, Nikon, c 1970's. Scanning old photos show all the scratches and crap on the print surface. Also lost a little of the highlight details. Hope I can figure out how to scan negs and they come out better. Got lots of old BW shots.



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It snowed in Oxford last week, so a wandered in to work with a Mju II (confact camera with a 35mm f2.8 lens) and a roll of Neopan 400

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QuoteOriginally posted by slackercruster Quote
Reminds me of a Widelux I had...same thing?
Soviet version of it. Same basic idea.

Cheers, Kris.

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The Eiffel Tower! Excellent work
It has that sort of feel! It's actually the dome of Grant's tomb in Manhattan.

Cheers, Kris.
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Great photo womble...do you remember the film/speed at all?
Kodak BW400CN, commercial dev and scan.

Best wishes, Kris.
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Tri-X in D-76; Kiev-4 and Jupiter-8M: a cold war special!


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Tri-X in D-76; Kiev-4 and Jupiter-8M: a cold war special!


Good work! I have been shooting with the Kiev-4A this last week or so and am looking forward to seeing the results.


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Good work! I have been shooting with the Kiev-4A this last week or so and am looking forward to seeing the results.


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I put mine on ebay last Sunday and on Monday I withdrew it from auction. Couldn't go through with it

I guess I'll just keep it and use it once in a while when the mood takes me.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Tri-X in D-76; Kiev-4 and Jupiter-8M: a cold war special!


Creampuff looks cute. I love the secondary caption you put on the Flickr original.
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