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07-29-2011, 06:01 AM   #5926
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Pentax K1000 and Sigma 24mm 2.8 Super-Wide II. About 15 seconds exposure....

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It's only economical for me to drive out and get film developed if I have half a dozen or so rolls. Now that I have a batch back I've got enough scanning and post processing to keep me busy for a while.





From a trip to Washington, DC. MZ-5n and DA 18-55mm on Ektar 100.
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DA 18-55mm on Ektar 100
Nice Steinback,been curious how DA's are on film,especially 18-55.Looks like
it vignettes just a hair in corners,very pleasant look to at,with that effect.
Fair to assume you were towards short end of focal length?

Wifey's college friend shot 3 rolls of 220,she bought an arista 1 pint C41 kit.
She brought it over last night,was able to run them on my jobo for her and
'squeak' out a roll of portra 400 of my own.
Had to 'jump' through them 'hoops',and do the laundry too.Not easy 'workin' for gal's.

LX,Tamron 52B(90mm,F/2.5 macro) on Portra 400(new emulsion),
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1-Plains Leopard Frog
2-Have some flare going there.
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I would guess that photo was at 18mm. There was some additional vignetting on the sides of the frame that I cropped off. Other than being a bit soft wide open the 18-55 does pretty well on film, and the vignetting disappears by 24mm. Just using it as a 24-55mm zoom outdoors on sunny days is pretty handy since my next widest full frame lens is 28mm.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Steinback Quote
bit soft wide open
That may be,but have one myself that came with K20.Only so much one can do
wide open.That glass in there isnt too shabby at all once stopped down.
Im like you too,short on count of short focal lengths.
Going to take a whirl at that on ZX-L one of these days.
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from December 2006 - I did not record what film - ZX-10 with DA 16-45 f/4 lens
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A few recent shots with my K2 and Fomapan Reversal 100.

Tracker Eyes:


The Wall:


Antlers Hotel:


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Woah! these two are marvelous!
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I really like that second shot of Crater Lake, Phil!



Thanks, guys!!

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A glowing green rock at one of the Smithsonian museums. Adaptall 90mm f/2.5 52BB, MZ-5n, Fuji Press 800


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Some average bits and bobs from the last year or so.....

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Nice piano shot.

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My girlfriend me a ME Super recently, here's my favorite shot off the first roll

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