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01-11-2012, 07:59 PM   #6556
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Winter Drive Through the Countryside

Camera:Pentax K1000SE. Film: Kodak Portra160NC. Lens: Pentax M 135mm.

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01-11-2012, 08:44 PM   #6557
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@MKohoutek: The last one is really nice. Do you have something with a wider lens ??

One from me, a "street" shoot with a Minolta AF-C + Konica Minolta VX100 super (expired).


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And one from Exit festival in Novi Sad, Serbia (2011 edition). This time it's a Pentax 35AF-M date + DNP Centuria 400 (expired). There is 24 more in a flickr set.


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Finally finished a roll of film I've had in my camera for the last few months. These are from a Spotmatic SP500 loaded with CVS (Fuji) 200.

These went through some post-processing









These three are pretty much unadulterated






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01-12-2012, 06:26 AM   #6559
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Shelter von Ineound auf Flickr
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Rollei Retro 100
Rodinal 1+100 stand development 1h
Lith Printed on Adox MCC 20x30 cm
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QuoteOriginally posted by John Poirier Quote

Beautiful! Did you use a tripod?
01-12-2012, 11:20 AM   #6561
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Jim Beam and a road trip

Camera: Pentax K1000SE. 1st and 2nd shot is Pentax M135mm with Kodak PortraNC160. 3rd shot is Pentax M 50mm/macro with Kodak Ektar 100.
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01-12-2012, 01:10 PM   #6562
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Beautiful! Did you use a tripod?
Thanks.

Yes, I did use a tripod.The light was dim and I was working at f/11, so the shutter speed was around 2 seconds.

I use tripods for 99.9 % of my landscape work because my goal is to make large prints- 16x20 and larger. Most of the time I shoot medium format. From my perspective shooting this sort of thing hand-held is a waste of time and film. A very impoortant part of the impact of my work is sharpnress and detail.

I do other types of work that are hand-held and less demanding in terms of sharpmess.
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'For me, a big part of the fun of shooting Pentax 35mm gear is to see how far I can take quality. in using an assortment of fine lenses from Takumars onwards.

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John, I thought so, the photo has that look. Excellent work.

01-13-2012, 12:07 PM   #6564
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Well,, lots of awesome shots here, it's a bit intimidating

but ... let's try

Eiffel Tower


Pentax Super A / DAL 18-55 AL @ 24 (i think)/ Kodak T-Max 100, 6yrs expired.


11/09/2011


Pentax Super A / maybe Kiron 28/2 @f16 or DAL 18-55 AL @f11, Kodak T-Max 100, 6 yrs expired




Pentax Super A / maybe Kiron 28/2 @f16 or DAL 18-55 AL @f11, Kodak T-Max 100, 6 yrs expired.


The DAL 18-55 AL perform very well around f8-11. I've made some other shots with it, and between 24 and 55 it's a very good lense.
These are film scan done with Canon 9000F @4800dpi, reduced by Photoshop CS5 @1600pxl, then reduce to 800px by picasa.

The print i've requested when processing are razor sharp, and far better than on my screen (i'm not fully handling well my Christams gift...). The film is pristine, despite it's 6 years. I will probably buy some 20*30cm prints ... or bigger
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QuoteOriginally posted by aurele Quote
Well,, lots of awesome shots here, it's a bit intimidating

but ... let's try

Eiffel Tower


Pentax Super A / DAL 18-55 AL @ 24 (i think)/ Kodak T-Max 100, 6yrs expired.


11/09/2011


Pentax Super A / maybe Kiron 28/2 @f16 or DAL 18-55 AL @f11, Kodak T-Max 100, 6 yrs expired




Pentax Super A / maybe Kiron 28/2 @f16 or DAL 18-55 AL @f11, Kodak T-Max 100, 6 yrs expired.


The DAL 18-55 AL perform very well around f8-11. I've made some other shots with it, and between 24 and 55 it's a very good lense.
These are film scan done with Canon 9000F @4800dpi, reduced by Photoshop CS5 @1600pxl, then reduce to 800px by picasa.

The print i've requested when processing are razor sharp, and far better than on my screen (i'm not fully handling well my Christams gift...). The film is pristine, despite it's 6 years. I will probably buy some 20*30cm prints ... or bigger
Nice work! Did you use any filters?

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Trucks idling in extreme cold. ca. 1993/94. Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. Probably shot with Super Program, A70-210, Fujicolor 400

This is a sort of interesting oddity. The scan was made in late 1993/early 1994 in Kodak Photo CD format. I converted all Photo CD files to TIFF several years ago. The quality of the original scans was remarkably good- resolution not high, but decent, maybe 3000 pixels across. Colour and tonal rendition were very nice. This is typical of what I was getting on Photo CD from good negs. Kodak had some nice scanning software and scanners, but a lot of other things about the system were rather weird.

The trucks were holding for a trip via ice roads to resupply a gold mine very far out on the tundra. This was a relatively early version of the trucking shown in the reality show "Ice Road Truckers."

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01-14-2012, 01:54 AM   #6567
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Nice work! Did you use any filters?
Thk ! and Nop because i don't found some for cheap
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Very nice shot John.

This picture feels very "90's", because (for me) during the 90's, i really saw some kind of boom in picture of industry, smokes, oil, and symbols of the "bad" of the industry and it's damage. Id'on't know if it's a really clear explanation
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More of the previous roll


This is Paris !

SuperA / DAL 18-55 AL @18, maybe around f8-11, Kodak Tmax 100 6yrs expired.

This is Paris ... unfortunatly

SuperA /DAL 18-55 AL @18, maybe around f5,6 or f8, Kodak Tmax 100 6yrs expired.

Memories

SuperA / DAL 18-55 AL @18 f3.5, Tmax 100 6yrs expired.
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QuoteOriginally posted by aurele Quote
This is Paris !
That's good use of the aps zoom. Love the results!







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