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05-24-2011, 06:27 AM   #5521
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QuoteOriginally posted by c a sugg Quote
An oldie -- 1983. Tri-X, one of the Spottys and 85mm 1.8 Super-Multi-Coated Takumar. I sold this lens in 1991, when I was usure how much life the screw mount gear had left and usable old bodies were getting scarce. I got it back a couple of years ago. Sadly, it looked like it hadn't seen daylight since I parted with it.
Oldie, but extremely goody. I really like this photo.


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Saturday afternoon in Times Square
*ist, DFA 100 macro 2.8, Fuji Superia Reala 100

I'm loving this. Greet contemporary street shot. imho.
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Agreed, it is a nice shot.

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Here's 3 more from the Minolta Alpha 303si Super.

First one is Fujicolor 200, last two are from an expired roll of Fuji Superia 400 that sat in my van for about 3 months.










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Chinese Lanterns, Guangdong Province, China:

Efke KB 100 (first roll ever) in HC110

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Chinese Lanterns, Guangdong Province, China:

Efke KB 100 (first roll ever) in HC110
Amazing shot.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Here's 3 more from the Minolta Alpha 303si Super.

First one is Fujicolor 200, last two are from an expired roll of Fuji Superia 400 that sat in my van for about 3 months.

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You seem to be getting pretty good at the flower shots Colton. These are nice

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Chinese Lanterns, Guangdong Province, China:

Efke KB 100 (first roll ever) in HC110
Great! Love the light and atmosphere.
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QuoteOriginally posted by easytiger Quote
Efke KB 100 (first roll ever) in HC110
I am going to have to try the KB 100. Looks real good. How is it for curl?


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I am going to have to try the KB 100. Looks real good. How is it for curl?
It was fine - there was some curl, but I dry my film while it's still in the reel, so that may have something to do with it: Shutterbug: How To Build The Worlds Least Expensive, Easiest To Assemble Film Dryer

A friend of mine shoots this film (and its identical twin, Adox CHS 100) with a pyro developer, and his images are nearly grainless. We agitate the same and neither of us uses a stop bath, only distilled water. The grain is more visible with HC110, but I think I like the look.
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QuoteOriginally posted by easytiger Quote
It was fine - there was some curl, but I dry my film while it's still in the reel, so that may have something to do with it: Shutterbug: How To Build The Worlds Least Expensive, Easiest To Assemble Film Dryer

A friend of mine shoots this film (and its identical twin, Adox CHS 100) with a pyro developer, and his images are nearly grainless. We agitate the same and neither of us uses a stop bath, only distilled water. The grain is more visible with HC110, but I think I like the look.
Cool Dryer idea, how is it on Dust (i would think the hair dryer could amplify the issue by sucking it in)
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Chinese Lanterns, Guangdong Province, China:

Efke KB 100 (first roll ever) in HC110
I hate you. Stop posting stunning shots!!!
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QuoteOriginally posted by wuzet Quote
Saturday afternoon in Times Square
*ist, DFA 100 macro 2.8, Fuji Superia Reala 100
Love that......... really made me laugh.
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You seem to be getting pretty good at the flower shots Colton. These are nice
Thanks Jason, I do end up taking to many flower photos but I can't seem to stop myself


Here's something a little different,

This is a project my company is currently doing. We do all the design, cutting, assembly, and installation of all the heavy timber. All hand cut by craftsmen in our shop.

This is from a roll of Reala I ran through my SV and sadly, the shutter is acting up and nearly half the roll was no good

Pentax SV, S-M-C Takumar 28/3.5, Fuji Reala

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Colton, nice construction shot. I love Reala to death. Re your earlier shots with the expired Superia 400 - I still can't get over how good you make that film look. I've never had a whole lot of luck with it. I haven't been real fond of the color it produces, but your shots with it are always spot on.

Best,
Kevin

P. S. Sorry to hear about the SV. I have one that is currently not operational. I've been meaning to send it out to Eric for more than a year - amazing how quickly time flies.

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Cool Dryer idea, how is it on Dust (i would think the hair dryer could amplify the issue by sucking it in)
No dust! I wasn't sold on this until I actually made one. It really works.
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