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11-07-2009, 11:08 AM   #1666
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A few from SF1-n and Kodak BW400. After I got the disk back from lab I changed it to black and white in iphoto and I think it took the tint out of the BW400 and made it more b/w.

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11-08-2009, 04:18 AM   #1667
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Another view of the Tian Tan Buddha in Ngong Ping. It's 34m (110ft) tall.

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Fuji ProviaF400 in the fog

Blown the higlights on the sheep' head as weather was changing between thick fog to rays of sun with the wind-it's a bummer because I like the composition.




LX with A-100/2.8 I think.

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This from 2 years ago ( my first roll of B&W ever) Just scanned it 2 nights ago.

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I shot a series at the Met, with Fomapan 400 @ISO800, ES-II, S-M-C Tak 105 for some, and SMC 50/1.4 for this one. The Ilfosol I was using was the dregs of the bottle, so I think it was a bit tired... but I like the tone and grain that result. Not easy to scan under these conditions.
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Pentax ME Super , Porst 55/1.2 wide open , Fuji Velvia



Pentax ME Super, Pentax 18-55mm@20mm F/32 , Fuji Velvia

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Kodak color plus 200, Pentax MX, Pentax A50/1.4


Kodak color plus 200, Pentax MX, Pentax FA31/1.8 Ltd


Ilford FP4+ 125, Pentax MX, Pentax A50/1.4


Ilford FP4+ 125, Leica M6, Leica summicron 35/2 ASPH


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Kodak tmax 400, Pentax MX, Pentax FA31/1.8 Ltd


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11-11-2009, 03:48 AM   #1673
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Really cool photos celetron , here are some more photos in Greece

again wide open with the Pentax ME Super + Porst 55/1.2 on Fuji Velvia 50





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Bryggen (the wharf) in Bergen, Norway, it's a series of really old hanseatic buildings in the main harbour area. Back in the days these buildings used to be filled with goods such as fish going to Europe by ship.

Today Bryggen is on the UNESCO list for World Cultural Heritage sites, and is probably one of the most visited tourist-attractions in Bergen.

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With Kodak C41 BW400 and Pentax PZ-10. Shots 1 & 2 in and around the world's largest cereal factory. Shot 3 is corn sweetener plant. Black and White film is so strong around industrial settings.
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I think this might be the best photo thread I've seen on this forum. There's some really nice pics in here. My additions (all shot with a Bessa R3A):


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QuoteOriginally posted by mer Quote
Nikon FM10 + Nikkor 85mm F/1.8 + Fuji Velvia 50

Nice shot!
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Fun stuff

First off, there are simply too many amazing photos in this thread. I'm losing hours looking at them. Here are a few, Ektachrome 100(?), Minolta XE-7, 50mm 1.7. Poorly scanned




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From a walk last weekend:

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