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05-15-2010, 09:24 AM   #3031
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Thanks Blue, I'll have to look

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I finally have stuff to contribute to this thread!

Taken with ME Super, M 50mm f/2 and cheapo-expired-in-2007 Fujifilm 400









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I finally have stuff to contribute to this thread!

Taken with ME Super, M 50mm f/2 and cheapo-expired-in-2007 Fujifilm 400...
May be expired, but it looks great to me!

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Thanks... yeah, I seem to have accumulated a few, but I do use each one. And I'm especially taken with old folders... here's most of them, or at least most of the 120 size ones.

That is very cool! Even if they didn't work, they still look nice on the shelf. That you can use them is just icing on the cake. I live in a historic home, so maybe I could pick some up and tell my wife they are for decoration... little would she know I'd really just be quenching my CBA. Thanks for the pic.
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Here is a photo orginally posted in the "capture a stranger" thread:

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Steve, I think you're progressing very well indeed, and I admit to a pang or two of jealousy - I look forward to the day when I too can take the step you've taken. Into REAL photography, that is. LOL....
If weight is not a huge issue, there are a couple of Sinar F with lenses in eBay for under $500...


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That is pretty amazing! I'd be fibbing if I said I wasn't jealous. I think the tallest lookout we have here in Indiana is about 100ft .
Ha! Ha! You would have loved where I was yesterday. It was a whirlwind day trip (16 hours driving) and I was not able to take much time for photos, but the country was incredibly beautiful. We saw every thing from rolling wheat fields to deep river canyons, to snowy mountains (yes, new snow even this late in the season), to incredible rock formations, sagebrush prairie, and majestic forest.

Here are a couple of Google image search links to give you an idea...

John Day River Oregon - Google Search

sheep rock oregon - Google Search

prairie city oregon - Google Search (Where I finally turned around)



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Rolleicord Vb, Rollei Retro 400S in Rodinal 1:100. Glasgow, Scotland



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Rolleicord Vb, Rollei Retro 400S in Rodinal 1:100. Glasgow, Scotland
Very cool framing for the tunnel.
Have you tried removing the top let corner? I cannot decide if it breaks the pattern or remove a distraction.

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Wow - I have to agree with Javier about Pepijn's tunnel picture. EXCELLENT!

I was able to shoot a roll of Tri-X with the K1000 & Pentax-M 50mm f2.0 at a birthday party for one of the kids in the extended family this weekend. Here are my two granddaughters (ages 5 and 2) enjoying large lollipops. Can you say CUTE ! Of course, this grandpa is not at all biased!

Processed in D76 1:1, scanned with Epson V500 Photo scanner.



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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
Ha! Ha! You would have loved where I was yesterday. It was a whirlwind day trip (16 hours driving) and I was not able to take much time for photos, but the country was incredibly beautiful. We saw every thing from rolling wheat fields to deep river canyons, to snowy mountains (yes, new snow even this late in the season), to incredible rock formations, sagebrush prairie, and majestic forest.
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Yes very much so! I want to visit the northwest very badly! Closest I've been is just north of San Francisco. We were all set to go to Vancouver this spring, but had to cancel, sadly. We do have some nice places here around the state, but nothing as scenic as you guys out west and north.
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