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02-04-2011, 09:27 PM   #4816
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Here are a few from a roll of Fuji Superia 200 that I loaded into and old SF1 in the summer of 2009 and the kinda forgot about until a few days ago It happens when you end up with 20ish cameras.

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Some great results everyone!
These couple are from my Bronica S2A - hope it is o.k. to post them here?
Shanghai GP3 film - damn curly and a pain to scan! developed in D76 1:1



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Hey Matt. the wife and I love crawling around old cemetarys. I am loving the pics. B&W really gives them a different contrast. Really cool.
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QuoteOriginally posted by 80turbota Quote
Hey Matt. the wife and I love crawling around old cemetarys. I am loving the pics. B&W really gives them a different contrast. Really cool.
Thanks - much appreciated!

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yes cemeteries are quite interesting to photograph. i thought i was the one with that macabre
addiction.
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LX + FA 31mm Ltd. + Kodachrome 64



LX + FA 31mm Ltd. + Agfa RSX 50 II
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Votesh! Really love the sand vortex!
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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
Votesh! Really love the sand vortex!
Agree - it would look stunning printed big

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QuoteOriginally posted by Votesh Quote

LX + FA 31mm Ltd. + Kodachrome 64



LX + FA 31mm Ltd. + Agfa RSX 50 II
both. stunning photos.

now if you can tell me what is AGFA RSX II? sound like a royal name..

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QuoteOriginally posted by Votesh Quote

LX + FA 31mm Ltd. + Kodachrome 64



LX + FA 31mm Ltd. + Agfa RSX 50 II

Nobody can be wrong with a LX.
Love the first one and probably even more converted in B&W

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One more from Girona at night

TriX in Diafine



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QuoteOriginally posted by MattC Quote
Agree - it would look stunning printed big
Precisely the reason I just yesterday ordered some ink for my printer and some high quality 13x19" paper. I can wait to see it, and some others, in the flesh.
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02-07-2011, 06:00 AM   #4829
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QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote

One more from Girona at night

TriX in Diafine



Cheers,

Luc
Great shot, Luc. I stood in the same place and shot the same scene on a K-x/DA40 and my wife took it with her Canon, but your B&W by night is much better. That's it,..no more travel without B&W in a film body somewhere.

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Not nearly as dramatic, but here is an example of someone unclear on the concept of requiring a leash in the park around the corner a few days ago.
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