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02-12-2016, 09:18 PM - 1 Like   #4711
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Burke & James 2x3 Press, 135mm Arista-EDU 100, f:16 1/2 sec.



I liked that shot, so I did these at same exposure, and should have opened up a stop, or two.




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Night shots of the cathedral during the Christmas season...
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Some commercially developed and scanned T-Max 100 shots, taken with my P6x7,SMC 105 f2.4 and SMC 55 f4 lenses. The lab did a great job on the MF T-Max however the gain in the 35mm FP4+ is huge. I can't say I've had great results from FP4+, either developing myself or elsewhere.

I've exported these from LR and in the flower shot (cropped it) so the original scanned sharpness is missing. I usually resize digital files using stepwise sharpening, something I should probably also have done for these.






These next two using the SMC 55 f4:





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A few more from Bon Echo. All taken with a Bronica SQ-A and an 80 PS lens.
The first one is of the Mazinaw Rock it is about 100 m high and straight up. It also continues straight down under water for about 150 m. It is quite a sight.








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Great photo of that rock, it is quite the site in person, you captured it well.

QuoteOriginally posted by dracluff Quote
A few more from Bon Echo. All taken with a Bronica SQ-A and an 80 PS lens.
The first one is of the Mazinaw Rock it is about 100 m high and straight up. It also continues straight down under water for about 150 m. It is quite a sight.








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QuoteOriginally posted by dracluff Quote
A few more from Bon Echo. All taken with a Bronica SQ-A and an 80 PS lens.
The first one is of the Mazinaw Rock it is about 100 m high and straight up. It also continues straight down under water for about 150 m. It is quite a sight.








That looks like a pretty cool park, and I'm really enjoying your pics of it. My wife and I went round Algonquin, Killbear and Six Mile Lake a couple of years ago.

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Bon Echo (which I'd never heard tell of) is now on the radar. Thanks!

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QuoteOriginally posted by dsmithhfx Quote
That looks like a pretty cool park, and I'm really enjoying your pics of it. My wife and I went round Algonquin, Killbear and Six Mile Lake a couple of years ago.

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Thanks both of you. The rock is pretty cool and you can rent a canoe and paddle all along the face. What is really impressive are the trees that grow out of the cliff face. It is definitely worth a visit if you get a chance. I have been around Algonquin a few times but not to any of the parks on the Georgian Bay. The closest I have got was to take the ferry from Tobermory across to Manitoulin which was a nice trip. I would love to do some hiking through Killarney Provincial Park.
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QuoteOriginally posted by dracluff Quote
Thanks both of you. The rock is pretty cool and you can rent a canoe and paddle all along the face. What is really impressive are the trees that grow out of the cliff face. It is definitely worth a visit if you get a chance. I have been around Algonquin a few times but not to any of the parks on the Georgian Bay. The closest I have got was to take the ferry from Tobermory across to Manitoulin which was a nice trip. I would love to do some hiking through Killarney Provincial Park.
Did you see the hieroglyphics on the cliff face? I believe you can canoe right up to them.
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Did you see the hieroglyphics on the cliff face? I believe you can canoe right up to them.
Yeah we rented the canoe and went out and paddled around the rock face. They can be hard to spot in some cases as they sometimes blend in with the rock behind it. It was pretty neat seeing these pictures painted who knows how long ago still on the rock faces.
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Old cart. I think this was taken with the Praktica MTL3 and SMC Tak 55mm but I'm not completely sure. Scanned with K3 and DA 35 ltd.


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02-17-2016, 01:56 PM - 3 Likes   #4725
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Just a few quick images from me

From a test roll... Zeiss Ikon Ikonta 521A and HP5 @ 800


and one from my Olympus XA at f2.8 on TriX @ 400


And a final one from the Olympus XA loaded with TriX from a rooftop high above Copenhagen
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