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12-16-2009, 08:22 AM   #1861
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These are great! Love them. Was that you in the second photo?
Thanks frank! Indeed it is, and I probably won't be in another photo until next year around this time. I like holding the camera, so I don't have to be in the pictures!

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Vertex, I +1 Frank, those are very well done portraits!

Here's another from the same roll of Foma (thank you to everyone who commented!) as the pic of my daughter - I did some light curves work on this, plus added a 'platinum' tone. Foma 400, Yashica Mat 124G:



Going vintage, this is from the Certo Super Sport Dolly 6x6 folder with a Xenar 75mm f/2.8 lens, from 1937. I used some very out dated Fuji PRO160C film and therefore had to bring up the red channel a bit.

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Vertex, I +1 Frank, those are very well done portraits!...
Thank you Nester. It was my first time trying to setup lights for semi formal portraits. I know I still have a lot to learn and I appreciate the encouragement and kind words.
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A few more from France

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Cheers,

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As a timberframer I can't help but love this shot Luc.

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OK so how'd you do this? Looks interesting!
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Fantastic shot Luc!
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OK so how'd you do this? Looks interesting!
I'd like to know too. Looks to me like a reflection off a car by the distortion.

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I'd like to know too. Looks to me like a reflection off a car by the distortion.
Hello Nester, Hello Ninja,

That is excatly what it is. Reflection from the back windows of a car, flipped.

Here is the scene viewed directly




I do not remember the make and model

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Fantastic shot Luc!
Thank you it is also one of my favorite from that roll.

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As a timberframer I can't help but love this shot Luc.

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Then you have to go to rural France. You will see the real thing not just a pale photo.

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Then you have to go to rural France. You will see the real thing not just a pale photo.

Cheers,

Luc
Every so often the Timber Framers Guild of N. America organizes a
"Timber Framers Tour de France" which I would love to go on but haven't yet.
All your photos of France are great and making it harder for me to resist going.

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Every so often the Timber Framers Guild of N. America organizes a
"Timber Framers Tour de France" which I would love to go on but haven't yet.
All your photos of France are great and making it harder for me to resist going.

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Why resisting. Pack 20 rolls of film along with your favorite camera and a tripod.
Go and enjoy the craftsmanship plus the great food and wine.
It's a no brainer.

Cheers,

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Why resisting. Pack 20 rolls of film along with your favorite camera and a tripod.
Go and enjoy the craftsmanship plus the great food and wine.
It's a no brainer.

Cheers,

Luc
Yes! Fly Northwest/Delta direct from PDX to Amsterdam and then make connections to the promised land to the south.

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Why resisting. Pack 20 rolls of film along with your favorite camera and a tripod.
Go and enjoy the craftsmanship plus the great food and wine.
It's a no brainer.

Cheers,

Luc
I would but I spent all my money on cameras and lenses
Maybe next year. Until then I will have to keep enjoying all the great photos from around the world that get posted on this forum.

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