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02-28-2010, 07:06 AM   #2386
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Agreed, terrific shot. I was thinking those couldn't be Nesster's feet. That one's a nice shot, Agnostic, though the one with the old gentleman is great.

Nesster, did you watch any hockey? We got absolutely murdered by the States!

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Thanks ! Agnostic, that's an awesome shot, sharp, mysterious, the words "decicive moment" come to mind

Yeah, I'm surprised the Swedes didn't point out we lost to the USA on purpose in order to get Slovakia for the bronze
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How long have you been living in the States?
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Two stints - '63-65 and '71 to now.

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The street shots always make me want to spend time in a city where more life is lived on the street. Very nice.

The shots of my feet were not as interesting, but feet seem to appear on the first roll from my new cameras, as well.
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Ahah, reminded me of this from the first roll I shot before I even knew I was going back to film in a big way.

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Agnostic, the shot of the old man is terrific.

Nesster, are you a Canadian living in the States? Me too. Go for Gold Team Canada!!!

Here is a shot I took a couple years ago. Nothing to great but I like the colors.

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Developing with stand/semi-stand in Rodinal is a good way to develop different films together using the same time. You'd probably not want to mix cubic and tabular grain films together because of the different fixing times.


Rolleicord IV, Rollei Sport Filter, 100 Acros, Rodinal 1:100 Semi-Stand, Exposure by Sunny 16 Rule


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One of the things I like to do with this old camera is to go out shooting with no meter at all. It's in okay shape. It didn't cost much. But it is really quiet and good for candid shots of people because sometimes they don't even know you're taking their picture because you don't have to hold it up to your face.


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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
58 year old camera

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Tuco, your images are always such an inspiration. You do some amazing work.
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QuoteOriginally posted by brkl Quote
Agreed, terrific shot. I was thinking those couldn't be Nesster's feet. That one's a nice shot, Agnostic, though the one with the old gentleman is great.
QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Thanks ! Agnostic, that's an awesome shot, sharp, mysterious, the words "decicive moment" come to mind
QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Agnostic, the shot of the old man is terrific.
Thanks guys

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Rolleicord IV, Rollei Sport Filter, 100 Acros, Rodinal 1:100 Semi-Stand, Exposure by Sunny 16 Rule
I see you picked up your Rolleicord again too
Great shot!

Efke 25 in Rodinal 1:100. Rolleicord Vb
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QuoteOriginally posted by Agnostic Quote
Thanks guys

I see you picked up your Rolleicord again too
Great shot!
Thanks. Actually, those Rolleicord shots were took 5 to 6 months ago.
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Tuco, the contrast is absolutely spot on in your train shot!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote

Nesster, are you a Canadian living in the States? Me too. Go for Gold Team Canada!!!





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Nice image, I like. I'm a Finn living in the states. I was pulling for the Canadians as they were home and all.
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This is a beautiful shot, Agnostic!

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Efke 25 in Rodinal 1:100. Rolleicord Vb
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