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06-05-2011, 05:45 PM   #5596
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Nice shots with a great lens! (I have the K version)

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Nice shots with a great lens! (I have the K version)

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Thank You Phil. I'm sure the K version is just as good as the Takumra; if not better.

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First foray into film: went through europe for 4 weeks after undergrad, had no money for a dSLR so my friend lent me her P30T. Pics here are taken with a Pentax A 28-80mm F3.5-4.5, likely Superia 200 film.

Here are a couple of shots I liked:

I eventually had to return the camera to my friend. This made me sad.
Recently, however, I was able to get my hands on a K1000, and ever since I've acquired 2 primes (50/1.7, 28/3.5 SMC M) and 1 zoom (80-200/4.5, SMC M)and am super ultra mega 100% excited to try it out

Some of these are really, really good. Do post more when you've got 'em/.
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QuoteOriginally posted by shiftymcfargus Quote
First foray into film: went through europe for 4 weeks after undergrad, had no money for a dSLR so my friend lent me her P30T. Pics here are taken with a Pentax A 28-80mm F3.5-4.5, likely Superia 200 film.


I eventually had to return the camera to my friend. This made me sad.
Recently, however, I was able to get my hands on a K1000, and ever since I've acquired 2 primes (50/1.7, 28/3.5 SMC M) and 1 zoom (80-200/4.5, SMC M)and am super ultra mega 100% excited to try it out
Yes I agree, great shots. I especially like the first one.
Do post more.

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Yes I agree, great shots. I especially like the first one.
Do post more.
Yes! Very impressive!


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Lots of good work since I've looked in on this thread! I need to peek more often, but I have been so busy lately that I haven't shot any film for over a month. Decided to rectify that yesterday, so here are a few:

My wife:



Some bleeding hearts:



Local bluesman Kevin BF Burt, singing Happy Birthday to a girl in the crowd:



And one more shot of Kevin Burt:

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Lots of good work since I've looked in on this thread! I need to peek more often, but I have been so busy lately that I haven't shot any film for over a month. Decided to rectify that yesterday, so here are a few:

My wife:



Some bleeding hearts:



Local bluesman Kevin BF Burt, singing Happy Birthday to a girl in the crowd:



And one more shot of Kevin Burt:
Saw them on the Blog Todd, I really like the rodinal Stand, neopan combo, works very well at 800 iso (looooong development though whew)
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Thanks, Eddie, good to know someone is looking! LOL

I like this look, too. May be grainy for some, but there's something about it. I don't mind the long develop time at all, I just set it up and go do something else. But I will say there was an issue this time. A kind of nasty brown edge on the roll that was on top. And it was definitely not a low volume problem, I'm certain of that. I hope to put up a color photo of the negs later, to see if someone can identify what went wrong.

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Beautiful images Todd, I love the subtle light on the first one.
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Beautiful images Todd, I love the subtle light on the first one.
Thanks, Pavel, that is a gorgeous portrait you just posted!

FYI regarding the developing problem I mentioned to Eddie earlier, there's a picture of the problem HERE.
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Thanks guys (I'm flattered). I'll post more when I have time! The ones I posted were the only ones i have on this computer readily available for upload. I'm already getting a lot of ideas for composition from looking through this thread
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The GWR steam railway had a steam and ale festival a couple of weekends ago. In keeping with the oldtimer spirit, I brought the Pentax SP500 with a roll of Boot's prepaid slide film. It's ISO 200 and Fuji branded. I like getting a pack of slides in the post!

1. Incoming


2. Back it up a bit!


3. It's basically a kettle


I had a couple of shots left at the end of the day, which worked out well when I saw this on Cleeve Common the next day!

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few shots from really loud show of Jon Spencer Blues Explosion last Sunday, Zagreb

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http://img146.imageshack.us/img146/681/jsbx4.jpg is just epic.
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