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01-25-2012, 05:45 AM   #6616
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QuoteOriginally posted by bmonki Quote
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...
I like the results, particularly the composition of the first one. What film did you use?

01-25-2012, 03:03 PM   #6617
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Here's a shot I'm still making up my mind about:



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01-26-2012, 04:50 AM   #6618
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
I like the results, particularly the composition of the first one. What film did you use?
thanks, I used the lomography 400 color film

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01-26-2012, 10:35 AM   #6619
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Kodak ColorPlus 200, Jupiter-9 on a Kiev 4

01-27-2012, 03:19 AM   #6620
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Pentax LX + smc Pentax-M 1:4/20 + Fuji ITN ISO 6

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Pentax *ist + smc Pentax-M 1:4/20 + Fuji ITN ISO 6
01-27-2012, 12:45 PM   #6622
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Mz-7 & fa50 1.4

Fuji Superia 400... Using the MZ-7's 'pano' mode
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This thread is fantastic!

So many others have shared, I thought I'd do so as well.

This shot is almost 25 years old now. Used my K1000, a JC Penny 80-200 (with 2x converter, I think). Over time, I've misplaced the negatives and I don't rmember the film. Likely a Kodak variety of 400. This is a older scan of the original print - complete with scratches and the pin hole that kept it on my corkboard at the office.



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QuoteOriginally posted by DaveHolmes Quote
Fuji Superia 400... Using the MZ-7's 'pano' mode
That is a cool mode. I wish my cameras had crop modes, so I could compose in different aspect ratios and see the results. That feature should be very easy to implement on a dslr.
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Kodak ColorPlus 200, Jupiter-9 on a Kiev 4
Nice, I like the reflections in the window.

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QuoteOriginally posted by hollywoodfred Quote
So many others have shared, I thought I'd do so as well.

This shot is almost 25 years old now. Used my K1000, a JC Penny 80-200 (with 2x converter, I think). Over time, I've misplaced the negatives and I don't rmember the film. Likely a Kodak variety of 400. This is a older scan of the original print - complete with scratches and the pin hole that kept it on my corkboard at the office.
Good stuff and welcome to the PF. Older shots are always appreciated, so post some more when you get a chance. Even better if the film that was used is out of production.

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01-29-2012, 01:54 PM   #6628
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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
... Older shots are always appreciated, so post some more when you get a chance. Even better if the film that was used is out of production.

Phil.
Thanks Phil. This is from one of my first rolls, 1978-79 timeframe, learning to use my first SLR, a Canon AT-1, with Kodacolor ii 100 (Kodak Saftey Film 5035). I think I missed the exposure on this, seems kinda dull.
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The shirt and jeans give me a wee frission of nostalgia...
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