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03-08-2010, 06:43 AM - 1 Like   #2461
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Down the stairs to the morning coffee.



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QuoteOriginally posted by GeneV Quote
Down the stairs to the morning coffee.



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Lovely shot!

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WOW, Agnostic! That's positively specimen-like, very effectively 'printed'




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03-08-2010, 03:04 PM   #2464
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Does the SV have a light meter at all?

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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
WOW, Agnostic! That's positively specimen-like, very effectively 'printed'
Thanks!

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No built in light meter. The sightseer box includes a hand held meter. Often, one doesn't actually need a meter at all, or only sporadically.

This one was of the sporadically metered variety... I figured what the sunlit bits required, and what the shady bits required, and then used my judgement...



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A great day's additions, Pepijn, Nesster & Tuco. The umbrella really does have a special quality. Nesster has added some color to the page, and Tuco's bridge is a light masterpiece.

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Lots of great shots being shown.

Love those shots from the Sightseer Nesster.

Agnostic, I really like the shot of the bicycle in th ally and the umbrella is really great.

GeneV, I love the stairs.

Tuco, your shots are always an inspiration.


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Can't let ISO50's Downtown Portland shots go without notice. Good work! I really like #2.

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The Victoria BC Parliament Building


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Wow, Tuco, you're overshadowing us all! Are these scans of prints or negatives?
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QuoteOriginally posted by jzietman Quote
Are these scans of prints or negatives?
Thanks, they are negative scans

Thanks Swift1 and GeneV.
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