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08-13-2012, 01:08 PM   #871
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Here's another from Yosemite.

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very nice shot

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QuoteOriginally posted by Macario Quote
very nice shot
Thank you
08-15-2012, 09:20 AM   #873
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A scene along the Columbia River near Astoria, OR.





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With the Mrs. in Brighton

Last week-end we went to Brighton to enjoy seaside and sunshine. I borrowed her 18-55mm DA lens for a couple of shots on my MZ-S. Kodak TMax 400 developed in Tmax developer, stopped with water and fixed with Ilford rapid fixer for 2.5 minutes. Filter was a Hoya HMC Skylight 1B.



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Nice shots tuco and zivelot!

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Now you are just showing off. To think I used to like you.......
08-16-2012, 12:18 PM   #878
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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
Nice shots tuco and zivelot!

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Now you are just showing off. To think I used to like you.......
Thanks.

A shot like this is just pure luck for me being in the right place at the right time.

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Thanks.

A shot like this is just pure luck for me being in the right place at the right time.
50% luck tuco, it takes skill to frame and expose it then develop and scan/print it properly, any one of those botched and the final result isn't as good
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QuoteOriginally posted by eddie1960 Quote
50% luck tuco, it takes skill to frame and expose it then develop and scan/print it properly, any one of those botched and the final result isn't as good
Not forgetting rule #1 :- Make sure you always have a camera with you.
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Not forgetting rule #1 :- Make sure you always have a camera with you.
And along those lines comes a sub rule # 1A. A saying born out of fatal lessons in the true wild, old west days or from popular culture in a movie is, ...never holster an empty gun!.

With typically a limited number of sheet film you carry, you often have to decided to shoot it all up and head home or do you save a few sheets for the way back just in case? This was just that case here. I was lucky because I saved a few from a day out shooting and encountered this scene on the way home. Prior to this situation I often shot it all up and headed home with gear holstered and empty.

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
And along those lines comes a sub rule # 1A. A saying born out of fatal lessons in the true wild, old west days or from popular culture in a movie is, ...never holster an empty gun!.
I’m sure Blondie would agree with you!

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Hi, so here´s my first try with stand development..or rather semi-stand as I did 10 inversions at 30 minute mark. Anyway, I kind of like the tonality here:




Bronica GS-1
Zenzanon PG 110mm Macro
B+W 72E orange filter
TMAX100
Rodinal 1+100 60 min
Ilford rapid fixer 8 min
Epson V500
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A couple more 6X7 shots from Yosemite. Both with 45/4 on TMAX 100.




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Hi, so here´s my first try with stand development..or rather semi-stand as I did 10 inversions at 30 minute mark. Anyway, I kind of like the tonality here:

Bronica GS-1
Zenzanon PG 110mm Macro
B+W 72E orange filter
TMAX100
Rodinal 1+100 60 min
Ilford rapid fixer 8 min
Epson V500
Really nice results. I also do stand development with Rodinal on occasion. I've been wanting to try stand with HC-110 at 1+100 for an hour.

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A couple more 6X7 shots from Yosemite. Both with 45/4 on TMAX 100.
More fine work. You really harvested some good shots from that trip.
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