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03-29-2010, 06:50 PM   #2701
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Here are a few from my ME Super with Kodak Ultramax 400 film.

Whitewater Falls near Cashiers, NC, Takumar 150mm f/4:


Stairways at the Falls: Takumar 35mm f/3.5 I believe...


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03-29-2010, 08:59 PM   #2702
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Just got around to scanning some negs from last August.

This first shot was under a tent that was translucent orange and white under 1 pm bright August, Florida sun and was a pita.



MZ-3 & FA 50mm f1.4 and Kodak Gold 200




MZ-3 & FA 50mm f1.4 and Kodak Gold 200



MZ-3 & FA 50mm f1.4


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Love the Church Blue. Tack sharp and wonderful black and white work!
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Ricoh XR-P, cheap and cheesy 99 cents film and sears 50f/2.0







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Love the Church Blue. Tack sharp and wonderful black and white work!
Thanks Javier!

This is a slightly better pose of the "Jewels" under the weird orange tent.


MZ-3 & FA 50mm f1.4 on Kodak Gold 200
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Thanks Javier!

This is a slightly better pose of the "Jewels" under the weird orange tent.


MZ-3 & FA 50mm f1.4 on Kodak Gold 200
Absolute beauties!
03-29-2010, 10:19 PM   #2707
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Pentax 6x7, 45mm, Acros, PMK. Here is the same shot with my K-7 about 10 minutes later on the same tripod mount. It's better in color. I should have had a color roll with me.

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Those are both magnificent shots, Tuco. The larger format does have that special look, though.

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The sun was still 20 min from peeking over the ridge... the ES-II with Elite Chrome loaded was acting temperamental, it was 24 degrees F.... Lukcily I had a proper camera with me, the Bessa 66 with its uncoated Skopar. Ilford Delta 100 in Fomadon Excel (Xtol) straight, 8 minutes, film #9 for the liter. Epson 4490, slight curves adjustment + .2x150% sharpening.

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Pentax 6x7, 45mm, Acros, PMK

It's better in color. I should have had a color roll with me.
Hmm.. I prefer the b&w version better. Great shot Tuco.
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Ditto on preferring the b&w. Excellent shot
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Those are both magnificent shots, Tuco. The larger format does have that special look, though.
Thanks, GeneV. The K-7 was on 16mm and I thought it would be just as wide as the 45mm on the 6x7 but to my surprise you can see it's not. I did crop a tiny bit off the bottom on the K-7 shot because it was on the edge of that glass. Funny, I spent all that money on the K-7 and hardly ever shoot it. That day I decided to take it along and get some use out it but I still ended up shooting the 6x7 more, lol.

Great shot, Nesster
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+1 more for Tuco's B&W shot. Maybe it's the wider perspective.

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Pentax 6x7, 45mm, Acros, PMK. Here is the same shot with my K-7 about 10 minutes later on the same tripod mount. It's better in color. I should have had a color roll with me.
I've got to agree with the others that the B&W is better. You did a great job on this.
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Across 100, LX, K105/2.8

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