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04-02-2012, 03:10 PM   #556
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Looks pretty good to me. Those big negs do make a difference.

K.
Scaled down it looks fine. But its pretty rough in the shadow areas at a larger size compared to box speed.

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Great shots everyone.

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Pentax ME, FA*24, (maybe M20/4?)

Can't quite get rid of the scanner streaks...
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Pentax LX, I have no idea which lens, Kodak BW400CN film.



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Tri-X in D-76 1:1, KX, M 50/1.4 - in other words, can't get more vanilla than that!


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I think I actually used the DOF preview on the KX with this, but unfortunately I did not close down the aperture for a wee bit more DOF for the hand. SMC-M 50mm f/1.4, Tri-X, D-76 1:1
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I think I actually used the DOF preview on the KX with this, but unfortunately I did not close down the aperture for a wee bit more DOF for the hand. SMC-M 50mm f/1.4, Tri-X, D-76 1:1
Like this shot, it is really nice
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Can't remember which camera or lens I Used. Just that is Acros100 film
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reach by Nesster, on Flickr
Someone looked into medusa' eyes

Really nice shot !

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A bridge too far by Macariogomes, on Flickr
Isn't that the "passerelle Debily" in Paris ? The bridge for pedestrian only, not far from the Eiffel Tower ?
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It could very well be, it is Paris. But where excactly, I can't rememeber
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I think I actually used the DOF preview on the KX with this, but unfortunately I did not close down the aperture for a wee bit more DOF for the hand. SMC-M 50mm f/1.4, Tri-X, D-76 1:1
Oh! My! I certainly hope you posted this on the surreal thread (https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/mini-challenges-games-photo-stories/91825...otic-edge.html).

In regards to the DOF...I like it the way it is. Having the immediate leading edge of the hand a little blurred enhances the sense of surprise and shock.


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Can't quite get rid of the scanner streaks...
Have you tried a debandin plugin?
I'd try: Topaz Denoise or Nik Software Dfine
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I think I actually used the DOF preview on the KX with this, but unfortunately I did not close down the aperture for a wee bit more DOF for the hand. SMC-M 50mm f/1.4, Tri-X, D-76 1:1
Wonderfully spooky picture. Great stuff. K.
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Tri-X in D-76 1:1, KX, M 50/1.4 - in other words, can't get more vanilla than that!
Very nice shot. Reminds me a bit of Ralph Eugene Meatyard's work.

Was it had to knock the head off the statue?
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