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02-15-2012, 06:54 AM   #6706
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Nice Coney Island shot, Wuzet! It looks warm but I guess it's probably not, huh?

Thanks, HollywoodFred. They look OK at print size which is what matters I guess!

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A fine shot conveying a sense of mystery.
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@Mr. b- I really like your bridge shot.

As there has been a discussion about scanning snow scenes on another thread, thought I'd post this one. This is an old scan from the mid-90s. The original neg is buried for the moment, but it was probably 200 ISO of some sort. Most likely shot with a Super Program, probably with an off-brand 18-28 I had for a while.


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John,

VERY nice picture! That's a wall-hanger for sure!

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QuoteOriginally posted by John Poirier Quote
@Mr. b- I really like your bridge shot.

As there has been a discussion about scanning snow scenes on another thread, thought I'd post this one. This is an old scan from the mid-90s. The original neg is buried for the moment, but it was probably 200 ISO of some sort. Most likely shot with a Super Program, probably with an off-brand 18-28 I had for a while.
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to the beach!



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QuoteOriginally posted by fearview Quote
to the beach!



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Nice! Love the colours
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here are a few shots from my last couple rolls. korea, thailand, and nyc. starting to like film much more than digital. its way tougher and i probably blow way more shots but its quiet an enjoyable experience.


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Nice! Love the colours

thanks .. heres another

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QuoteOriginally posted by wehavenowaves! Quote
here are a few shots from my last couple rolls. korea, thailand, and nyc. starting to like film much more than digital. its way tougher and i probably blow way more shots but its quiet an enjoyable experience.
I really enjoy the whimzical expression captured in that last "framed" shot.
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I have three Pentaxes at Eric's so I'm getting excited... Meanwhile, I'm stuck using these old vintage cameras... a 1938 Zeiss Ikon Super Ikonta 6x6 in this case... I'd cleaned out some fungus from the lens but didn't quite manage to get the bits lined up, so the focus is closer than what the rangefinder shows. Here's a couple of samples... Fujicolor Reala 100.





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And I'm sure using those vintage cameras is breaking your heart <g>. I think you can count the misaligned focus as a happy accident. I like these two shots a lot, maybe because I'm near-sighted and the out-of-focus subjects remind me of how I see without my glasses. Thanks for posting these two.

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QuoteOriginally posted by noctilux Quote
Pianist

Pentax SV, Ektar 100, Super Tak 55/1.8 -- straight from the scan
Ely Cathedral, UK
I'm speachless...


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A test Platinum print - I'm experimenting with different paper for an upcoming project, this paper is my favourite mainly because it is heavy at 460GSM so it stays flat after coating with the emulsion*. I apply the emulsion with a glass rod, and I paint in the edges with a fan brush. I like the edges to have character, even as a student when I was printing on silver halide used to deliberately tear the edges, sometimes before I exposed the paper. This particular image is a contact print from an 8X10 negative, I have used this specific image to test the printing papers I have used over the past couple of years.


Ebony SW8X10 with Rodenstock APO-Sironar-S 240mm f/5.6 with green colour filter 1/125th @ f/11, slight tilt used on the rear standard.

*many lighter papers develop curling, and some wrinkle in annoying ways. So having a paper that stays flat is very important - unless you want the wrinkles and waves for added effect.
It's great seeing such quality work. Hats off.
However, this is out of my reach. Proves how important the printing is.
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Here is my contribution.
The following are taken in Gijon, Spain in the beginning of this year. Rainy weather has some good and some bad sides to it.





Strange color shift in this one, probably due to the under exposure. I like it tho.






Film used was Kodak GC 400 Ultramax scanned with Plustek 7600i. Pentax ME Super with K28/2 (zeiss formula with floating element).
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Victoria Monument, London. FED2, Industar 26m lens, Kodak BW400CN film. (This is a different version to the one posted on the BW film image thread).



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