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05-03-2011, 05:15 PM - 2 Likes   #5311
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Pentax MV w/ 50mm f/1.7, walmart fuji, walgreens scan

The misses snapped this of my son and I working on a Wards AM 550 (Konica Auto S) rangefinder.

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A few more Ilford delta 100 shots.










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Great shots jgredline. I especially like #3. How were they scanned if you don't mind?
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Great shots jgredline. I especially like #3. How were they scanned if you don't mind?
Thanks. I had those processed and scanned and Samy's a pro shop by my house.

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Hapo 10 6x9 folder, Acros 100... with a light leak.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bruspeed Quote
The misses snapped this of my son and I working on a Wards AM 550 (Konica Auto S) rangefinder.
Two comments:

1) Excellent multi tasking there, you obviously have confident skills in fathering and camera maintenance

2) Damn you, I spent an hour looking into Wards cameras, which of course led me to look into JC Penney and Sears / Tower... now I have the worst CBA symptom: a bulging ebay watch list
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Two comments:

1) Excellent multi tasking there, you obviously have confident skills in fathering and camera maintenance

2) Damn you, I spent an hour looking into Wards cameras, which of course led me to look into JC Penney and Sears / Tower... now I have the worst CBA symptom: a bulging ebay watch list
Haha! I have the worst CBA for the little guys, I love my Pentaxs (Pentaxii, Pentax's?) but I have a soft spot for re-brands.
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Garden Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong

Two exposures on a Leica R6.2, one with a 28mm Elmarit and the other with a 50mm Summicron.

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Nice sharp double exposure, hints at cubism!
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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
A few more Ilford delta 100 shots.
I hope you don't take this the wrong way but I much prefer your b&w stuff to your colour stuff (shots 2&3 are my favourites).

Of course with your b&w stuff, you have actually bought decent quality film rather than that cheap supermarket shit you shoot your colour stuff on

In fairness, I do prefer b&w in general.
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QuoteOriginally posted by easytiger Quote
Garden Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong

Two exposures on a Leica R6.2, one with a 28mm Elmarit and the other with a 50mm Summicron.

Fujifilm Acros @ 80 in HC110.
Really really really nice!
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I hope you don't take this the wrong way but I much prefer your b&w stuff to your colour stuff (shots 2&3 are my favourites).

Of course with your b&w stuff, you have actually bought decent quality film rather than that cheap supermarket shit you shoot your colour stuff on

In fairness, I do prefer b&w in general.
No offense taken and I appreciate the candid comments very much. I have put away all the color film, atleast for the next few months. I have tons of Ilford DELTA 100 and XP-2 that I need to go through.
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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
No offense taken and I appreciate the candid comments very much. I have put away all the color film, atleast for the next few months. I have tons of Ilford DELTA 100 and XP-2 that I need to go through.
I've been enjoying your color work for quite a while now, and liking the gritty, cheap film you were using. However, I'm beginning to agree that your subjects and the gritty style really seem to be a perfect fit with B&W. (Even though Delta Pro 100 is not a grainy film)
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I've been enjoying your color work for quite a while now, and liking the gritty, cheap film you were using. However, I'm beginning to agree that your subjects and the gritty style really seem to be a perfect fit with B&W. (Even though Delta Pro 100 is not a grainy film)
Thanks Gene....black and white it is
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