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12-29-2010, 02:07 PM   #4561
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QuoteOriginally posted by fearview Quote
i love this shot.
make me remember Guns n Roses video of November Rain
while Slash out from a liltle church and playing the solo..
Thanks, it's been a while, so I had to look up the video and you're right.

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...Love the look of your home, when was it built?

My sweet baby Amelia, now 10 weeks old. MZ-S, Viv 100mm Macro, TMY-2, divided Pyrocat MC.
I was wondering the same thing Jussi, you have a beautiful home.

Vertex, your Amelia is very beautiful. Here's a picture of my Amelia, just recently turned four, taken with the K2 DMD:
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Neil, awesome pics, medium format is so transparent to begin with, and then using a Hassy... you should post over in the medium format section, we have a thread for mf photos...


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Thanks. They allow non-Pentax stuff over in MF? I'll have to take a look...

I haven't been using the Hassy too much lately. A neighborhood store had an Agfa Isolette that was cosmetically almost perfect for super cheap. It needed a little work - the focus was gummed up and the bellows needed some patching. I've been carrying it everywhere because it fits in my pocket. It's pretty easy to use if you're OK with guesstimating focus and a choice of 4 sorta-accurate shutter speeds.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Vendee Quote
Love your daughter and nieces. I wish I had young familly members like that to photograph. Beautifully shot too.
QuoteOriginally posted by builttospill Quote
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Vertex, your Amelia is very beautiful. Here's a picture of my Amelia, just recently turned four, taken with the K2 DMD:
Thanks guys. Lovely shots of yours too!

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tuck in swans nice and cozy like. LX, Tamron 360B& 01F 2x tc on Fugi-chrome50
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Double Pentax film camera shot: Our daughter with her SP1000, Super Tak 50/1.4 and Foma 400 captured on Neopan 1600 with a ZX-L and FA 43/1.9
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Very nice. Start'em with the Spottie.

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Very nice. Start'em with the Spottie.
Thanks - I actually had camera envy and tried to get us to swap cameras for the trip, and she wouldn't have any of it I had the roll of Neopan in the ZX-L so I had to use it... My latest scheme to get the SP1000 back from her is to get her to swap for the MX. So far, she's not budging...
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Thanks - I actually had camera envy and tried to get us to swap cameras for the trip, and she wouldn't have any of it I had the roll of Neopan in the ZX-L so I had to use it... My latest scheme to get the SP1000 back from her is to get her to swap for the MX. So far, she's not budging...
It's a good place to start.

From when I was about her age, 55mm Super Tak, on K-mart film. Grounds of a youth hostel in the hills near Florence. One of the oldest 35mm slides I have intact.


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My friend Buck and his baby girl Leica







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That's beautiful, naming a daughter Leica. you'll need to name yours Konica
I really like the S2 Konica and you show why. The third shot is my fave even if technically the others may be 'better'.
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That's beautiful, naming a daughter Leica. you'll need to name yours Konica
I really like the S2 Konica and you show why. The third shot is my fave even if technically the others may be 'better'.
Thanks Nesster. The third photo is our favorite too. Gonna print it darkroom style next week.

Buck's a photojournalist and his wife's a newswoman. Here are some of his photos Flickr: buck pago's Photostream

We also have another friend who named his baby boy Zeiss. Am thinking Takuma for mine if I end up with a boy, and Lux for a girl. We're crazy that way.

Konica's always made really good cameras and lenses. They were just too low key to succeed in today's market. A little like Pentax hehehe
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