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01-21-2012, 09:39 AM   #6601
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Just joined up and starting to look around. Since this post was at the top, here are a couple of my Pentax film shots.








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Sorry... double post.

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Testing...
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How'd you do that? I tried the insert image function which has always worked for me before, but the image just wouldn't show up.

Edit: Figured it out


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QuoteOriginally posted by Votesh Quote
How'd you do that? I tried the insert image function which has always worked for me before, but the image just wouldn't show up.
you have too find the image url like this ..

http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6106/6223874280_46e119550d_b.jpg


that is your photo btw .. and put it on the column of insert image.. can you see the small icon picture of mountain and sun above while you try to post ?

that is insert image column ...



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how to get the url? just right clikc over your image.

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01-21-2012, 11:32 PM   #6606
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...and with flickr, there's an even easier way to link images here.

On flickr, you'll see a 'share' button over the photo. Click, and you get a pulldown menu - you want 'grab the HTML/BBCode' option, and BBCode within that, and then you can pick the size you want to post. Copy what's in the box and paste it here, and presto, you're pic with a link to flickr is posted.
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I've posted plenty of images before, but the image post function wasn't working for me for some reason. First time I've had a problem.

QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
...and with flickr, there's an even easier way to link images here.

On flickr, you'll see a 'share' button over the photo. Click, and you get a pulldown menu - you want 'grab the HTML/BBCode' option, and BBCode within that, and then you can pick the size you want to post. Copy what's in the box and paste it here, and presto, you're pic with a link to flickr is posted.
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I just use the right-click "copy image url" function in Iron (my browser), Firefox had a similar thing.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
...and with flickr, there's an even easier way to link images here.

On flickr, you'll see a 'share' button over the photo. Click, and you get a pulldown menu - you want 'grab the HTML/BBCode' option, and BBCode within that, and then you can pick the size you want to post. Copy what's in the box and paste it here, and presto, you're pic with a link to flickr is posted.
And that is the preferred method. Flickr policy is that shared photos should link back to the photostream page where they "live" and copying the BB code does that for you. Flickr has been known to block download of images shared without a link.



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QuoteOriginally posted by fearview Quote
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how did you do this??


awesome..
Thanks, I just set the exposure slightly lower than normal and took a photo. The cloud formations were great that evening.
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Pentax *ist + RMC Tokina 1:3.5/ 35-105 + Fuji ITN ISO 6
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QuoteOriginally posted by eurekaiv Quote
Just joined up and starting to look around. Since this post was at the top, here are a couple of my Pentax film shots.
mind to tell us what film is this ?

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QuoteOriginally posted by fearview Quote

Pentax *ist + RMC Tokina 1:3.5/ 35-105 + Fuji ITN ISO 6
Is that real ISO 6? What's the advantage of it? I can see it's real grainy and quite low contrast.
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Is that real ISO 6? What's the advantage of it? I can see it's real grainy and quite low contrast.
yes. that this is a rare film now. used to be use for duplicating slide. we got em form ebay, and it was expired one . i dont know why its look so grainy ..maybe because the Lab process ..or thats the way film is behaviour. i dont exactly now, people who shoot in the film age maybe can give us an enlightment? anybody?

the advantage is? if u shoot model at noon .. you can use a 1.2 lens at wide open for giving you bokeh backgound without ND filter

or shoot slow speed at sunset to to blur the waves at beach ..

thats all i can think about.

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first time shooting 35mm and my new old pentax mx. actually my first time ever shooting anything but the Q but I believe its taught me a lot...

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