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01-25-2014, 04:41 PM   #9211
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
Retina IIa, 160S first and then two 160NC shots
Good shot with that Zenon lens. Very clear.

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Some recent shots from a trip around the states. I am not totally content with the scanning/editing on these yet, but still felt like sharing something.

Hasselblad 500 CM/Zeiss Planar 80mm T* w/ Fuji Astia 100:

North Carolina-

(I think I need to try to redo the adjustments on this one)



Also in NC, despite the piano being from Chicago, where I also visited-


Chicago in the middle of the night in a windy snowstorm-




And some 35mm, Pentax ME Super, Pentax-M 20mm f/4, with Fuji Provia 400x (pushed to 800):

Still in Chicago, Mucca Pazza at the Double Door on NYE-





(I was highly intoxicated partially due to a spirit popular in the city of Chicago called "Malort" for these photos)

I still have a lot more to edit/scan from NY, NC and Chicago. Back to work... Thanks for looking!
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QuoteOriginally posted by pentaxk1000denver Quote
Some recent shots from a trip around the states. I am not totally content with the scanning/editing on these yet, but still felt like sharing something. Hasselblad 500 CM/Zeiss Planar 80mm T* w/ Fuji Astia 100:
Love the first shot!
01-27-2014, 11:18 AM   #9214
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QuoteOriginally posted by pentaxk1000denver Quote
Some recent shots from a trip around the states. I am not totally content with the scanning/editing on these yet, but still felt like sharing something.

Hasselblad 500 CM/Zeiss Planar 80mm T* w/ Fuji Astia 100:

I still have a lot more to edit/scan from NY, NC and Chicago. Back to work... Thanks for looking!
Yeah nice series

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I took the Canon AT-1 out for some exercise a few weeks ago just to verify it and the lenses were still functioning properly. Note to self and anyone that wants to listen: no matter how insignificant the shoot, always, always, always take a spare battery, especially when using an AT-1. It's shutter does not function without a properly charged battery. I learned this after walking about a quarter mile through a muddy corn field to reach a hilltop for a specific shot.


Here are a couple I wanted to share - the film was Fuji Superia 200.

using the Canon 28/2.8 FD lens, I was curious about a ground-level shot...



using the Canon 135/2.5 FD S.C. lens...



Now that I know all is well with this equipment, I can put it back on the shelf and get back to the Pentax gear.


cheers,
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QuoteOriginally posted by pentaxk1000denver Quote
Some recent shots from a trip around the states. I am not totally content with the scanning/editing on these yet, but still felt like sharing something.

Hasselblad 500 CM/Zeiss Planar 80mm T* w/ Fuji Astia 100...
Love these especially the snowy train shots. K.
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Yosemite Valley

July, 2010.

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01-28-2014, 06:25 PM   #9218
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote

Yosemite Valley

July, 2010.

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I love this one. The colors, detail, depth, and rendering of a place you obviously loved are just great. It is a great view. That sweep of green with the rocky crags is wonderful. I love the detail of the 6x7. The clouds cooperated well enough, too. I'd love to see that.

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My first thought was Ansel Adams.
Taking the biggest film camera you can find to a pretty place worked well for him too.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jacquot Quote
I love this one. The colors, detail, depth, and rendering of a place you obviously loved are just great. It is a great view. That sweep of green with the rocky crags is wonderful. I love the detail of the 6x7. The clouds cooperated well enough, too. I'd love to see that.
Thanks David.
It is an amazing place, definitely worth seeing if you can.


QuoteOriginally posted by PPPPPP42 Quote
My first thought was Ansel Adams.
Taking the biggest film camera you can find to a pretty place worked well for him too.
Hehe
Well I certainly wasn't the first to photograph this scene
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ES-II, Ultramax 400, and one of 35/3.5, 50/1.4 or 105 takumars ... I forget




Retina IIc, CVS 400 film




Nikon FE, Auto Nikkor-N 24/2.8, Fuji 160S
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(Cross-posted from MF thread)



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1/125th wide-open
Porta 400NC, overexposed by 1 stop
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Spotmatic F, 55 mm Tak 1.8, Portra 160...that's the Belstaff shop in London.
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ES-II, Ultramax 400, and one of 35/3.5, 50/1.4 or 105 takumars ... I forget




Retina IIc, CVS 400 film




Nikon FE, Auto Nikkor-N 24/2.8, Fuji 160S
Really like the clover shot!

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three by Nesster, on Flickr
This is an interesting shot. Man(kind) admiring his city. The lighting on the city is good.
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