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02-12-2014, 11:42 PM   #9286
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QuoteOriginally posted by wkraus Quote
I could not find any goats among my film shots but what about sheep?
Nice, I enjoyed both!

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I also couldn't find any goats in my library but I shot some deer last year in November
Wonderful images of the deer. I wish I could get close enough to the local deer for shoots like these.


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Kodak Retina IIIs, Schneider Xenon 50mm f/1.9, Hema 200iso film (Fuji), Remains of the Atlantikwall WWII German coastal defenses.
Kodak Retina IIIs, Schneider Curtagon 35mm f/2.8, Hema 200iso (Fuji). Remains of the Atlantikwall WWII German coastal defenses.
I especially enjoy the second one. The tree and its shadows are great.

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Thanks LesDMess, hollywoodfred and Swift1 for your comments/likes!

While I'm at it: a landscape shot from the Eastern High Atlas, Morocco, taken in 2005, Z-1P on Kodak E100 GX, possibly with the A 100mm f/2.8 Macro.

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QuoteOriginally posted by hollywoodfred Quote

I especially enjoy the second one. The tree and its shadows are great.
Thanks!

QuoteOriginally posted by wkraus Quote
Thanks LesDMess, hollywoodfred and Swift1 for your comments/likes!

While I'm at it: a landscape shot from the Eastern High Atlas, Morocco, taken in 2005, Z-1P on Kodak E100 GX, possibly with the A 100mm f/2.8 Macro.
Nice landscape!
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Yesterday I gave my Pentax P30n an outing loaded with some 2006 Fuji Sensia 100 slide film I was given by a member of Upminster Camera Club ( about 60 cassettes ! ) -- I tied it out for 'Cross-processing' in some well-used C41 chemicals and the 'negs' had a very heavy Cyan/Green colour cast -- well using Vuescan in my old Epson 1650 flatbed I got some very Red/Orange results -- I have 'corrected' one a bit in 'levels' and the other one I 'posterized' in PhotoShop 7 as an experiment as usually I do NOT do any 'Digital Faking' only what I would do in the darkroom -- here are results, 50mm f1.7 SMC Pentax-M lens

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Kodak Retina IIIs, Schneider 50/1.9, Hema 200 Iso color film (fuji)
Overgrown leftovers of the Atlantikwall WWII German defences.
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Agnostic: Nice shots out of that Kodak Retina IIIs a camera that is missing in my collection.

Thanks for your comments.

hollywoodfred: I could get that close because they were in a deer-park and very interested in visitors.
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My father sent me his old Minolta XG-M and MD 50 f1.7 lens. I took it out for a test drive with Fuji Superia X-Tra 400. The meter is reasonably accurate (gives consistently one stop faster readings than the K10D, but I deliberately underexpose a stop usually anyway) and the shutter speeds look solid. The aperture ring turns fine but the setting seems to stick a bit, so I set an aperture and then sometimes hear it click a few seconds later.











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We've had relentless rain here since mid-December, but at least we had a break one day last week and it snowed (a bit) instead. Here are a couple more with K1000/M24-35mm/Velvia 100F. This last roll has convinced me to put the DSLR away and go film only for the time being.





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You guys are killing me with the velvia... WoW! Too bad no one to process E-6 around here.
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mattt,I am doing E-6 in my house ;-)
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You guys are killing me with the velvia... WoW! Too bad no one to process E-6 around here.
There must be some place in Toronto that does E6? Though the drive may not be worth it.

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mattt,I am doing E-6 in my house ;-)
You home processed those beautiful 645 snow shots? Sir, I bow humbly in your presence. The amount of shadow detail you've retained with Velvia 100F is amazing. I'm finding that shadows clog up into solid black way too easily, but then mine are just cheap lab scans. I'm playing around with Ektar now to try to get a couple more stops of shadow detail with hopefully still decent saturation.

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