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10-10-2016, 10:42 PM - 2 Likes   #5536
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Feel free to laugh,
I thought it was amusing enough to take the shot. :-)

Speed graphic 4x5 on paper negative 180mm Symmar, in D76



Then I shot the setup with my K-30 and the 18-55 kit lens



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QuoteOriginally posted by 45 Mike Quote
Feel free to laugh,
I thought it was amusing enough to take the shot. :-)

Speed graphic 4x5 on paper negative 180mm Symmar, in D76



Then I shot the setup with my K-30 and the 18-55 kit lens

45 Mike what are you taking a picture of? A potato or a rock? It would be interesting to see that photo.

Here are some shots from the inside of the Halifax central library. Shot on a K1000 and HP5. I think this set I developped in HC110 at 1:49 and semi stand developed.


16_04 Library inside & out_014
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16_04 Library inside & out_017
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16_04 Library inside & out_018
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16_04 Library inside & out_026
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16_04 Library inside & out_027
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10-11-2016, 08:31 AM   #5539
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QuoteOriginally posted by dracluff Quote
45 Mike what are you taking a picture of? A potato or a rock? It would be interesting to see that photo.
That Rokinon 650-1300 zoom has a minimum focus distance measured in yards not inches. The nominal subject was a walnut. I did not actually take that photo, the actual photo was of the lens being shown in an impossible configuration.



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QuoteOriginally posted by 45 Mike Quote
That Rokinon 650-1300 zoom has a minimum focus distance measured in yards not inches. The nominal subject was a walnut. I did not actually take that photo, the actual photo was of the lens being shown in an impossible configuration.

Gotcha. I thought maybe part of that configuration was a really long extension tube. Looks like you had fun setting it all up.
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Quiet morning on Bella Lake in the Northern Muskoka.

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Film: Rollei RPX 400, HC110 B.

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QuoteOriginally posted by dracluff Quote
45 Mike what are you taking a picture of? A potato or a rock? It would be interesting to see that photo.

Here are some shots from the inside of the Halifax central library. Shot on a K1000 and HP5. I think this set I developped in HC110 at 1:49 and semi stand developed.


16_04 Library inside & out_014
by Dan Cluff, on Flickr


16_04 Library inside & out_017
by Dan Cluff, on Flickr


16_04 Library inside & out_018
by Dan Cluff, on Flickr


16_04 Library inside & out_026
by Dan Cluff, on Flickr


16_04 Library inside & out_027
by Dan Cluff, on Flickr
Love those, especially 018 with the mixture of curves and straight lines. Great stuff.
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I suspect those aren't taken in Launceston! Great images.
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Fill flash?
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Fill flash?
Yep, Pentax Autorobo flash.

Pentax AutoRobo Flash

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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
Yep, Pentax Autorobo flash.

Pentax AutoRobo Flash

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Cool. I got one of these, slightly later vintage that I should test out on one of my more recently acquired m42 bodies

Kmart Focal MPF 700T Professional Auto Thyristor Bounce Twin Electronic Flash | eBay

(almost nuked a rebel ti with it a few years ago)

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QuoteOriginally posted by dsmithhfx Quote
Cool. I got one of these, slightly later vintage that I should test out on one of my more recently acquired m42 bodies

Kmart Focal MPF 700T Professional Auto Thyristor Bounce Twin Electronic Flash | eBay

(almost nuked a rebel ti with it a few years ago)
Yep love those old manual flashes, they are fun to use!

I see the Focal is a "potato masher" style, they look good attached to an old film camera, Gives you kind of a news press photographer look, people will stare when you use it.

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