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06-05-2010, 04:20 AM   #3196
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6x7 has such great DOF, my eyes just eat it up. Nice silouhetting with the 35mm gear - that's a very good photograph.

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Nesster, that looks like an old Caterpillar "Nuckle Buster" road grader. Great shot.

Here's the 2nd shot from my new FAJ 18-35.
Pentax MZ-L, Pentax FAJ 18-55mm, Kodak E100G

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Another from the same roll.

MZ-L, FAJ 18-35mm, Kodak E100G

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06-05-2010, 10:18 PM   #3199
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Super Program, M50 f/1.4, Ilford FP4+, new v700 scanner - large image



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The last 2 shots right there .... simply WOW
06-05-2010, 10:42 PM   #3201
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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote


Really like the last shot. The woman with the chequered bag looks like she's in the poster.
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I have liked Javier's latest ektar shots too, nicely rendered!

Here's more from the same roll as the earlier picture:
Pentax Super Program, M50 f1.4, Ilford FP4+


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06-06-2010, 07:09 AM   #3204
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Those shots look great from the 18-35. I just bought a new one on eBay this morning. I hope
to get it before I head out to Sweden next week and then I'll take the *ist, 18-35 and Sigma 28-300DG with me.
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Thanks Valder. So far I have really enjoyed the 18-35.

Here are a few more from the MZ-L+FAJ 18-35mm.
This time on Fujicolor 200

















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Taken tri-x 400 shot at 200 and compensated during processing

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In the shots by jgredline the flesh tones in the poster are very similiar to the ones of the people around it. At a glance the look like they're (the poster) just other people in the scene. Intersesting.
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@Swift1, again, you make that fuji 200 look good.

@goddo31(Jason), congrats on the scanner. You're making me start thinking about putting a V700 on my shopping list.

Unfortunately, real life has been getting in the way of my film shooting (and my posting). I've been getting reacquainted with my K10D and shooting a lot of theatre at school. Fortunately the academic year is winding down and I can get back to film.

Samuel Colt's widow had a church built in Hartford (Church of the Good Shepherd) and the accompanying parish house that she dedicated to here son, Caldwell, who died prematurely. I had the luxury of teaching a class in the house below.

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The church itself isn't too shabby, either.

SuperProgram, M28 f3.5, Ultramax 400







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Found some detail shots of the church I shot last September. Note the pieces of the Colt revolver that decorate the empty spaces created by the arms of the cross.

ZX-5n, FA50, Portra 400





And a detail of the other side of the church from the same set.



Clearly the weather wasn't as nice in September <g>.

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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
Super Program, M50 f/1.4, Ilford FP4+, new v700 scanner - large image
A stunning photo - well done.
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