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07-30-2012, 04:18 PM   #811
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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
Very nice!

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Thanks. How is the polarizer and your new 45mm working out? The shots look good. For film/conditions that get you f16, you can preset that lens focus to either 1.5 or 3 meters for things close or for pretty much everything else and get shots that you need to compose and shoot quickly, I find.


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Phil, I always enjoy your shots (being a lower mainlander myself). Thanks for posting.
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Thanks. How is the polarizer and your new 45mm working out? The shots look good. For film/conditions that get you f16, you can preset that lens focus to either 1.5 or 3 meters for things close or for pretty much everything else and get shots that you need to compose and shoot quickly, I find.
I found the 82mm polarizer I was looking for and it’s on its way from Germany, so I’m just using regular contrast filters for now.

Thanks, I’m getting used to the DOF with the 45mm lens as I’ve only used it twice. I’m also trying a new to me old hand held light meter as my ttl is acting up.

QuoteOriginally posted by gabriel_bc Quote
Phil, I always enjoy your shots (being a lower mainlander myself). Thanks for posting.
Thanks!

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A rescan of an older shot






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Shetland foal

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An older shot than I never scanned because I really didn't like it that much. But now that some time has elapsed the things I didn't like about it seem less significant than having an image of the person at this place and time.





Schneider Symmar-S 180mm/f5.6, 400TMY @ EI800 with normal development time

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
An older shot than I never scanned because I really didn't like it that much. But now that some time has elapsed the things I didn't like about it seem less significant than having an image of the person at this place and time.





Schneider Symmar-S 180mm/f5.6, 400TMY @ EI800 with normal development time

Looks good to me. Remarkably little grain for a 400 pushed to 800.
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Shetland foal

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Nice. Do you remember the aperture?

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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
Looks good to me. Remarkably little grain for a 400 pushed to 800.
Thanks.

It's the hindsight could-have-dones that don't matter anymore. Things like why didn't I move the camera a little so that art work on the wall wasn't sticking out of his head, etc. I didn't push the film in development. I just exposed it as if it were 800 film and developed it with my normal time relying on the latitude of the film.
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Wet leaves

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I wouldn't have thought of taking that in b&w but it works.
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I wouldn't have thought of taking that in b&w but it works.
+1 yes nice shot!

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FP4+ in the MX.









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