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04-15-2009, 03:13 PM   #151
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That last one is great Javier! And Cory, your last one, the skeleton on planet Xironophes is great too !
Actually, its a moon of planet Xironophes named Black Rock. Located in the Playa of the Nevada system.

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That last one is great Javier! And Cory, your last one, the skeleton on planet Xironophes is great too !
Thanks Rense, My whole roll came out under exposed and grainy. I think the lab messed up though as my ME SUPER has been very reliable. We will see.
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Here are two more. ME SUPER, M40, ULTRAMAX 400

What struck me about this scene was that this lady was texting.



This fellow was sleeping in front of the church, I ended up buying him lunch.
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Pentax *ist + Sigma 28-70 f:2.8 on Neopan 400 developed in Tetenal UltraFin Plus.



Pentax 645N + Pentax FA 645 75mm f:2.8 ED on FP4 Plus developed in Tetenal UltraFin Plus.



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lOVE THE SECOND fs
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Ilford XP2, 16-45, Program Plus. Foggy morning.
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Thank you Javier !

Really nice Nesster !

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Some pics from my K1000, (a good camera. and boo to those who think otherwise)

Here are some pictures from my K1000. I took these pictures in New York City, Sénégal, and outside NYC.
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With my k1000.

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Here are some pictures from my K1000. I took these pictures in New York City, Sénégal, and outside NYC.
Pic one - Senegalese girl? - just rocks.
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With my k1000.
JAdams - That shot is SUPERB! I just had to give you congratulations on an excellent composition.

That looks like it would be a good promotional shot for some audiophile-related product - but I'm sure the memories that one evokes are worth more than anything else.

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Ilford XP2 in my KX.

I was trying to balance the foreground against the highlights and wound up underexposing a bit. Probably should have been using a gradient filter (if I owned one).



This cactus has a somewhat better exposure:



I shot the whole roll at 320 instead of 400 ISO because I found the film to be much more tolerant of overexposing than underexposing with the last roll I used. Supposedly you can shoot the stuff as anything from 50 to 800 ISO on the same roll but in my (limited) experience it gets grainy very quickly past 400.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Steinback Quote

This cactus has a somewhat better exposure:



I shot the whole roll at 320 instead of 400 ISO because I found the film to be much more tolerant of overexposing than underexposing with the last roll I used. Supposedly you can shoot the stuff as anything from 50 to 800 ISO on the same roll but in my (limited) experience it gets grainy very quickly past 400.
This is a beautiful image.
So that I understand. Your film is rated asa400, but you set the camera at asa320 to over expose it slightly?
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