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11-14-2015, 03:22 PM   #4381
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QuoteOriginally posted by dracluff Quote
The M20 certainly is pretty incredible given its size. When I think about it, I do enjoy many of the photos I have taken with it on film. I am not wild about it on a digital camera though. Not sure why. I think it may be the short focus throw for the equivalent 30 mm focal length. I have just finished a roll where I forced myself to use only the 20 mm. Hopefully I will get it developped soon.
Definitely a short throw to it to be sure. I honestly have barely had it on my digital, and the only digital shots I've seen that I was truly impressed with using it were adapted on a Sony fullframe by another member here. Not to say there aren't some wow'ers on a cropframe, I just haven't seen (or don't remember seeing) them.

Cool bridge. Cool time of day for those shadows. Nice shots.

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Shot on my Yashica-C on Ultrafine Xtreme 100 120 roll film, processed in D-76

11-15-2015, 12:23 AM - 2 Likes   #4383
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Well, whilst we're talking M20/4...



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FS4000 scan

This is one of my favourite lenses (on film). Not the sharpest, or the fastest, and it can distort straight lines horribly, but I still love it. Bit pointless on APS-C though IMHO.
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Chickentender- thanks. I checked out your Flickr site. Those are some fantastic photos you have captured. I really enjoy how perfect your exposure is. Exposing the subject beautifully and not afraid to let the shadows go dark. I enjoyed them.

Rob 1234 That is a nice scene you have captured. I really like the photo.


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Busker #2 taken with Pentax Super Program and Pentax-M 200/4 on TMax 400, processed in Ilford DD-X by Jason Doss, on Flickr
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Art in the park. K1000. Kentmere 100. Pentax 50mm lens.
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QuoteOriginally posted by dracluff Quote
Chickentender- thanks. I checked out your Flickr site. Those are some fantastic photos you have captured. I really enjoy how perfect your exposure is. Exposing the subject beautifully and not afraid to let the shadows go dark. I enjoyed them.
Thanks very much, man. I definitely have a habitual tendency to err toward underexposure which gets me in trouble with colorneg but I'm learning more and more how much slide can benefit. Love me some shadow detail but I'm a contrast junkie.
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Took my Super Ricohflex out today and shot a roll of Ilford PanF+. I really enjoy using this little TLR. It handles very nicely and has a pretty good lens.





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A couple from October that I missed posting. Pentax p3n, Ultrafine Xtreme 100, D-76 1+1 Pentax 35-70mm A lens:



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From this weekend. Shot with a Pentax LX, SMC 35-105 f/3.5 on Kentmere 400, processed with Diafine. Scanned with Minolta ScanDual III.
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This is just a quick note to give a general thumbs up to the contributions on this thread. Great work all around


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I certainly agree with Steve. I love looking through this and the colour photo thread. I am always amazed at the work displayed. I try to find more time to post more but I still make sure to find time to check out the images. I have finally sorted through a bunch of photos from over the past little while. Here are some shots from around Halifax. MX with FP4 or Super Program and HP5.













And finally my bike

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One from my Minolta Hi-Matic AF2

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Some real dirty scans of a class project. The instructor picked random phrases out of a book showed us an artists dyptic series and said go. So I made a mask to cover half the lens and exposed each frame twice using the multiple exposure feature of the Canon A-1. Then rewound the film and exposed the missing segment numbers off a clock in a darkroom twice. Once in landscape and again in portrait.







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