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07-25-2012, 06:09 AM   #7216
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QuoteOriginally posted by LesDMess Quote
This is a particularly great page of work that clearly shows the various taste in photography that abounds here!

+1, my favorite thread on the whole site!

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I've been cycling through cameras and got a roll out of my ME Super. Next is the 645N!











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Cycling indeed, with two 'cyle pictures... Love that yellow contraption.

Keeping the thread alive

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Same film, but I had the Oly set at ASA 800 by mistake




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Wrest Park, Bedfordshire.

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K 17/4 fisheye + K1000 + 200 asa Fujifilm that was like 15 years old...


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Great shots on this page!

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Kodak Portra 160 (b&w conversion, shadows & contrast), my wife's bathroom mirror and the photogenic original . . .




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Wow, that "glamor shot" on the mirror is great LesDMess! Love it in B&W. I don't normally do still lifes (or however you might classify your excellent image), but I have a mirror similar to that...you've inspired me to challenge myself with something different.
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QuoteOriginally posted by filoxophy Quote
Wow, that "glamor shot" on the mirror is great LesDMess! Love it in B&W. I don't normally do still lifes (or however you might classify your excellent image), but I have a mirror similar to that...you've inspired me to challenge myself with something different.
Indeed, that is a stunning "portrait."
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Here are a few shots for you classic car buffs. I had this 1964 T-Bird back in 1984-85 until I realized it was a money pit and sold it after a year. (My only foray into classic cars.) I was fun to drive with the top down and it had a big 390 V8.

Shots were taken with my Pentax KX and K55/1.8. I had to Google the emulsion number and its Kodak VR 100 colour negative film. I mostly shot Kodachrome back then, so Iím not that familiar with Kodakís 1980's print film.









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@Phil, nice T-Bird shots, a fine looking 21-year-old car. Loved that car myself. I also had a '64, hardtop though, back in '75. White over tan (maybe gold), also with that big 390. A great highway cruiser.

thanks for sharing.

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Baking Adventures

Nothing special here - just testing a Spotmatic II in available light as my grandkids were having fun. Here's a version 1 35mm f2.0 Super Tak (67mm front) f2.0 at 1/30:
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