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07-30-2010, 09:36 PM   #3631
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Scary I had to look twice before realizing that no guillotine or executioner axe had been involved. Is it call 3D effect or separation in that case...

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Scary I had to look twice before realizing that no guillotine or executioner axe had been involved. Is it call 3D effect or separation in that case...

Luc
Actually, I think it's symbolic of the death grip she has on him But, yeah, not the best shot. I just started shooting this film after a long, long time of it being in the freezer. Maybe I'll get more interesting shots in the upcoming rolls.

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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
Scary I had to look twice before realizing that no guillotine or executioner axe had been involved. Is it call 3D effect or separation in that case...

Luc
I was thinking the expression meant, "don't you have something better to do?"...


Tuco...I really like what the pyro does to the Pan-X. It almost looks as good as your 6x7 work with Acros. Are you shooting at the rated speed?


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I was thinking the expression meant, "don't you have something better to do?"...

Tuco...I really like what the pyro does to the Pan-X. It almost looks as good as your 6x7 work with Acros. Are you shooting at the rated speed?

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Thanks. Yes, box speed, 8:00 min at 70F

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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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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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Thanks, guys. Luc, your third image of Goldie Lake is a home run.

Delta 400 in HC-110, re-scan:

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Hello All.

It's been a while since my last post. Finally, I had my films scaned, so there are a few I'd like to share. All with MZ-3, Kodak Ektar 100 and various lenses. The group shots are Sigma 15-30, and the others would be FA77 or FA35.















I'm not there yet, but continue to learn. Hope you like some.
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Hello All.




I'm not there yet, but continue to learn. Hope you like some.
The last image is great.

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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
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Very nice Luc. Is it true that the mosquitos in Canada are as big as hummingbirds?
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Voltash.Wow. I think the photographer and the equipment came together on these.
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Tuco, as always nice work. Inspires me to try and try again.
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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).
I'm probably a little slow this morning but I haven't quite figured this one out yet.
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I'm not really sure why I like this image, I just do.
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Very nice Luc. Is it true that the mosquitos in Canada are as big as hummingbirds?
Only the ones for the tourist... for the locals they ran away to leave room for the black flies and other biting insects.
Using a tripod and taking your time is sometime not an option and using repellent is not optional.

That said there are plenty of spots where it is not a problem.

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Thanks, guys. Luc, your third image of Goldie Lake is a home run.

Delta 400 in HC-110, re-scan:
Thanks, as my wife says spooky...

Very nice composition on your last one.
It all flows together shape wise.

Cheers,

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