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09-16-2015, 08:12 PM - 1 Like   #4246
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Some random ferry ride scenes from my Texas Leica loaded with some 400TMY + Yellow filter while on a trip to the San Juan Islands. I also posted some color shots in another thread from my 35mm rangefinder I had with me too.










You truly captured the summer ferry experience. Thanks for sharing.


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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
You truly captured the summer ferry experience. Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks, Steve. It is getting so crowed on the Islands you have to make reservation in advance for date/time you want to cross. Yuk.
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Edit: This got posted twice somehow. Strange.

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The famous Dover cliffs seen my a Leica M4-P, Nokton 50mm f1.5, a Pentax Y2 filter and XP2:



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Pair from my Flexaret V a on Neopan Acros. After having shot it for a bit now, I'd say that I need f5.6 for acceptable (to me) edge performance on overcast days, and possibly higher on sunny ones—not least because focusing it on sunny days can be a challenge in itself. (That or some of the colour filters I was using really destroyed the image quality.)

"GGR1" yellow-green filter:



0.33-0.5m closeup filter (probably at close to 0.33m):



And this from a roll of Neopan SS that I had forgotten about and found in the fridge. (It was buried in with my remaining Neopan 400, and I didn't look too closely at the box until I pulled it out.) Run through the Kiev 4A, and much like the last time I used it I can't say that I'm too happy with the results. Thankfully it's my last roll of the stuff.

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Thanks, Steve. It is getting so crowed on the Islands you have to make reservation in advance for date/time you want to cross. Yuk.
sure ain't what it used to be around here, eh?.... :-/

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Token Ishmael-the-Cat shot. I don't want to be one of those photographers that has cats and *doesn't* shoot them.

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Did some nice easy shooting with my Yashica T3 and a roll of Fuji Acros 100.







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QuoteOriginally posted by chickentender Quote
sure ain't what it used to be around here, eh?.... :-/
Nope, it ain't...


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QuoteOriginally posted by g026r Quote
Pair from my Flexaret V a on Neopan Acros. After having shot it for a bit now, I'd say that I need f5.6 for acceptable (to me) edge performance on overcast days, and possibly higher on sunny ones—not least because focusing it on sunny days can be a challenge in itself. (That or some of the colour filters I was using really destroyed the image quality.)

"GGR1" yellow-green filter:



0.33-0.5m closeup filter (probably at close to 0.33m):



And this from a roll of Neopan SS that I had forgotten about and found in the fridge. (It was buried in with my remaining Neopan 400, and I didn't look too closely at the box until I pulled it out.) Run through the Kiev 4A, and much like the last time I used it I can't say that I'm too happy with the results. Thankfully it's my last roll of the stuff.

Jupiter-12:

Nice, really like the first shot.

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QuoteOriginally posted by chickentender Quote
sure ain't what it used to be around here, eh?.... :-/

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"yup yup yup"

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Token Ishmael-the-Cat shot. I don't want to be one of those photographers that has cats and *doesn't* shoot them.

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Cats rule! Nice shot.

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The curse of the Box Camera. This taken c1957, and the inability to focus drove me to save up and buy a Retinette 1A three or four years later.


Same dog (dog is B&W even if the rest of the picture isn't ;-) This taken in 1961 shows what a huge improvement a simple view-finder camera was. I never looked back over that gap. The gap from the Retina to my K5 is not as wide.
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Box Camera Portrait.
Another with the box camera, c1954. The limitations of focus frustrated me, but as a 13 year old, it was what I could afford. She was the most intelligent of all my dogs. Here she sits in my cart.
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