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07-29-2010, 06:56 AM   #3616
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T-Max 400 in HC-110, scanned with new Canoscan 9000F. Great scanner for the price, with better results than my usual lab scans.

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07-29-2010, 07:36 PM   #3617
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QuoteOriginally posted by easytiger Quote
T-Max 400 in HC-110, scanned with new Canoscan 9000F. Great scanner for the price, with better results than my usual lab scans.

Moon:
You have an eye for the documentary genre. We all like pretty flowers and sunsets and smiling children. But I'm often moved when I see our humanity exposed outside my comfort zone. I'm a amatuer photographer, green behind the ears. I can't offer much other than my point of view and this; nice scan!
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Pentax Super Program, M28 f/3.5, Kodak Ektar 100


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07-30-2010, 01:16 PM   #3619
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QuoteOriginally posted by easytiger Quote
T-Max 400 in HC-110, scanned with new Canoscan 9000F. Great scanner for the price, with better results than my usual lab scans.

Moon:
That is a great image - and it is not your first great image of similar style in the forum. Thumb's up.

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Some "refreshing" images from a few weeks back before it was hot.
All with MZ-S and FA31 or 43 on APX-400
All in the fog








Cheers,

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Jason, I love the sky in your Ektar shots.

Luc, I really like the second image. Reminds me of living the BC coast as a kid.
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This is a shot from the first roll through my "new" KM.

Pentax KM, K 55/1.8, Arista Premium 100 developed in Diafine

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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Jason, I love the sky in your Ektar shots.

Luc, I really like the second image. Reminds me of living the BC coast as a kid.
Thanks Colton. The light and colours were very nice on the day I was taking those photos.

QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
Some "refreshing" images from a few weeks back before it was hot.
All with MZ-S and FA31 or 43 on APX-400
All in the fog
Cheers,

Luc
Luc, you must live close to a lot of natural beauty, always such nice forest and nature shots! I would like to check out that lake...

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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
Luc, you must live close to a lot of natural beauty, always such nice forest and nature shots! I would like to check out that lake...
Yes here we are very proud of our "Super, Natural British Columbia". This spot is 20minutes from the city and a little bit of hiking (or a lot more of hiking if you start from the bottom of the mountain). You have to visit when you need a break from the roos and the beaches...
I always say that I need to go and take pictures in downtown but never go. I wait to be in Europe or South America for that.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Luc, I really like the second image. Reminds me of living the BC coast as a kid.
Thanks, we love it here since I came 17 years ago.

Cheers,

Luc
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This is a shot from the first roll through my "new" KM.

Pentax KM, K 55/1.8, Arista Premium 100 developed in Diafine

You do realize it is only a matter of time before irreparable zoom creep is going to set in, don't you? (On the kid, not the lens).
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Hi Folks. I just got back 2 rolls of filmed processed and scanned by a Pro Shop that is 2 blocks from my house. So close, yet so far. They have been their since 1918 and I have bought many things from them, but never thought about having them process my film. The film processed and scanned to a CD cost $7.00. Not bad at all.
What I did was crop for comp and resize them for web use.


Joe is a diabetic who sits in the corner giving out candy all day long.


This I shot wide open and this is where the focus confirmation on the ME-F really shines through (Thanks Chris P) This fellow is a mute. He had his tongue cut off. I have gotten to know him over the years and I call him the bird man. I call him this because with the money he collects he buys bread to feed the birds. He is greatly misunderstood, but he is my friend.


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Javier .... that's a win with the camera shop doing your processing for you.
Nice and convenient ... I am lucky I have a good camera shop in my local area ... and found that he can also do my B&W stuff for me as well (has a dark room out the back of the shop as well).

Now I just need to get into shooting some film ... it was a while since I last shot some.
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