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03-23-2009, 01:39 AM   #211
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QuoteOriginally posted by jeffkrol Quote
Digitally enhanced a bit.. which is actually unavoidable since all images must be scanned anyways).
Pentax, either a spotmatic (first image) or a superprogram. Lens unknown but most are probably Tamron 90 for all but the first one which was
probably an old Vivitar 50mm Macro.
all ancient...1979 =/- a few years
Hmmm.. needs more work but what the heck..

A nice Ektachrome feeling in the colors! Like the yellow mushroms as well.

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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
Kodak BW400CN.
Like this!
I find it hard to shoot macro in BW. That's an application where I find color helps me, while when I shoot people, going BW makes things cleaner. But here you managed to do good macro in BW!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nick Siebers Quote
Here's a favorite, maybe on the kodak c-41 BW film? With an MZ-S and F 35-70



And with the FA 20-35mm, on FujiFilm
Now I'm going to dissagree with Javier...this is the bost shot so far of this thread!
I've tried to do this, to shoot my kids watching cakes using the light from the disaplay to light up their phases, but haven't got any near this excellent shot yet!
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QuoteOriginally posted by artobest Quote
How is it abusive to expect that we are considerate of one another's bandwidth? A case in point: Douglas recently posted seven images of a polar bear, when just one would probably have sufficed.
You have my sympathy. If you have such bad internet connection that loading seven images from 40 to 200 kBytes each in total less than 900 kBytes is such a problem for you, you must be on a dial up modem from the 90's or something like that, and it must realy be a pain to try to surf on a camera forum!

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A case in point: Douglas recently posted seven images of a polar bear, when just one would probably have sufficed.
Came to think of it, these were actually two polar bears. Some 8 degreees latitude between them.
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One of my recently scanned landscape shots

Unterengadin, Switzerland, july 1983. Walking from Switzerland to Austria over the mountains - here's a typical landscape shot with Alp roses and swiss alpine cows grazing:

(Shot with Pentax LX, Tokina AT-X 28-85mm and Fujichrome film)

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Douglas, As I recall, the Konica mount works upside down and it did not lock into place.




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Exellent work everyone. A true joy to watch!

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ZX-M with Takumar 35mm f/3.5 and Fuji Reala 100 ASA. No filters, no PP other than to remove dust bunnies.





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I guess I should have posted these here, or is the main Post Your Photos a better spot? I'll post here as well and the mods can decide

My first roll on the Super Program.

The family went to Whyte Cliff Park yesterday and I shot the last half of Fuji Superia 400. (should have had 100 or 200 I know). Well, what do you think? I only had the negatives developed, no prints.

Pentax Super Program
M 28mm f/3.5 lens
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100%, 720dpi scans via Epson 2450 Photo flatbed















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Nesster, love the vignette..It really works well in that image which is also great!!!
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ZX-M with Takumar 35mm f/3.5 and Fuji Reala 100 ASA. No filters, no PP other than to remove dust bunnies.





These are great....Truly they have that ''medium format'' look about them..Beautiful captures!
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I guess I should have posted these here, or is the main Post Your Photos a better spot?
My opinion is that weather these photos got placed in this thread or in another thread would not matter so long as they where in the ''film'' section where they would get appreciated for what they are...In the main Photo section most are digital and are simply different.. Not better, not worse, but different..Unfortunately many DSLR only folks can't appreciate the natural look of film...This is one reason for this thread...It is NOT my thread, but ''OUR'', (those who participate in this thread), I just started it....
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A few from my Ricoh KR-5 Super ( purchased for $6 at goodwill with a 50mm lens, and a 2X TC ) I had my RMC Tokina 28mm f2.8 mounted on it. It amazed me just how wide 28mm is on full frame. This is Fuji 200 speed film i believe, nothing fancy, processed at Walgreens, lol



The man in this photo is my father, shooting with his Nikon N2000 I believe.

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Hey Stratman...Those are some of the finest images I have seen from you period!!!....Well done.
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