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04-17-2013, 05:54 PM   #8206
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Impressive sunset... The moment!

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First color negative this year ... Postcards from Salem





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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Was that shot with the bright orange end the first on the roll?
Or maybe the end of the roll when somebody opened the camera back before rewinding


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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Thanks Kerry.
Was that shot with the bright orange end the first on the roll?
Beautiful portrait of the girl.

Here's one of mine from long before I really got into photography.
I shot this in the summer of 2001 with my very first camera, a Minolta HTsi Plus w/ AF 28-80 kit zoom. The film was some sort of cheap Kodak 400. I scanned it yesterday and though it was a full 24x36 frame, the bottom was all black so I cropped it to the pano format.
Whoa, that's gorgeous. It scanned pretty nicely!

The girl is my 2 year old...she's pretty cute most of the time, although lately has been throwing herself on the floor in fits if she doesn't get her way.

QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
Or maybe the end of the roll when somebody opened the camera back before rewinding


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Actually, I think the orange shot was #8 or so on the roll. I didn't open the camera before the film was rewound either, although maybe the seal where it closes is bad. You can see most of the photos have some light leak. It's weird, though, on the flash shots I don't see a leak or as much of one.
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QuoteOriginally posted by wuzet Quote
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Ship is incredible and I love the colors on the second one.

Jussi - lovely sunrise photo.

Rob - is that fog, cold breath, or flare by his/her nose? Nice capture of the horse!
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Rob - is that fog, cold breath, or flare by his/her nose? Nice capture of the horse!
Thanks - it's cold breath (although there is quite a bit of flare form the cheapo Cosina UWA zoom!)

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Chicken!
What's the story behind the chicken to go on the pallet.

Just don't expect to see that outside the house, great capture, it's got me wondering.
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It's been a while, but I finally managed to shoot and develop a roll. This time I loaded the black KX with Velvia 50 slide film and I did my own scanning using the Canoscan 9000F.

Much of the roll was shot using the SMC 400/5.6 with a T6-2x converter. It was the first time using the lens, and adding the TC to it turned out to be a mistake. While the TC offered a longer reach, most of the images were soft. With hindsight, I wish I shot without the TC so I could see what the lens could do on its own.

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No accumulation yet! SMC M50/1.7



Robin atop a sweet gum, SMC 400/5.6 with T6-2X converter



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Noel's Bouquet, SMC M50/1.7


Here's another with the 400 and T6 converter. I was indoors and several hundred feet from the subject. I don't recall the apeture setting but the shutter was just too slow, 1/15 I think. But at least I have some evidence these big birds eat snakes. (You will just have to trust me on that. )

Got it!, SMC 400/5.6 with T6-2X converter


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QuoteOriginally posted by kerrowdown Quote
What's the story behind the chicken to go on the pallet.

Just don't expect to see that outside the house, great capture, it's got me wondering.
Isn't it great? I would love to have that outside of my house. Ha! The old house actually contains a feed store, which sells baby chicks/feed/seed, so I guess it is an advertisement to get people to pull in to the parking lot. It certainly does make a statement.
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QuoteOriginally posted by hollywoodfred Quote
Oh Dear! SMC M50/1.7
Great shot!
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Thanks Henk. Pure luck on this one, as I just happened to stroll by at the right time when the sunlight and shading made the composition easy.
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