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06-29-2014, 05:42 PM   #9691
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QuoteOriginally posted by wuzet Quote
MZ-S, FA31Ltd., Kodak Pro Image 100

You're getting really good results with Pro Image 100. I recently bought 10 rolls of that film, but I've only shot 1 roll so far. I'm most of the way through my second roll, which is in my ZX-5n.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
You're getting really good results with Pro Image 100. I recently bought 10 rolls of that film, but I've only shot 1 roll so far. I'm most of the way through my second roll, which is in my ZX-5n.

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It's sniffing that stuff in the garage... Will he take it? Fantastic as usual. Story line to be confirmed... Great light, color and composition. And humor. It just keeps going, so much to like in this.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jacquot Quote
It's sniffing that stuff in the garage... Will he take it? Fantastic as usual. Story line to be confirmed... Great light, color and composition. And humor. It just keeps going, so much to like in this.
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Thanks David. I took this photo back in 2009 and I remember when I shot it that it might be a good photo, but when I got the negatives back I was unhappy with it. I can't really remember why, but 5 years seems to have changed my opinion.
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A portrait of a photographer friend at home. The title is what he said to me when I shot it.

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I was recently up in Portland and I managed to finally meet up with Steve (Stevebrot).
Steve let me try his Zenitar 16/2.8 fisheye lens and I took this photo with it. This was shot handheld at f/2.8, with focus preset to 1 meter.
Now I have to go buy a Zenitar



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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
I was recently up in Portland and I managed to finally meet up with Steve (Stevebrot).
Steve let me try his Zenitar 16/2.8 fisheye lens and I took this photo with it. This was shot handheld at f/2.8, with focus preset to 1 meter.
Now I have to go buy a Zenitar



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It was great to meet you and share some gear look-see. The fellow on the other side of the table is Colton's brother. I am seated to the left of Colton and managed to stay out of the picture


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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
I was recently up in Portland and I managed to finally meet up with Steve (Stevebrot).
Steve let me try his Zenitar 16/2.8 fisheye lens and I took this photo with it. This was shot handheld at f/2.8, with focus preset to 1 meter.
Now I have to go buy a Zenitar



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Nice photo, and great for the meet up in Portland.

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My third and fourth clicks from my first-ever roll of Ektar (and first roll of film I've run through my Pentax KX):





This is Dry Falls, so called because you can walk behind it without getting (too) wet. Cullasaja River Gorge in western North Carolina.

First shot is with the K35/3.5. I'm pretty sure the second is with the Rokinon 24mm tilt/shift, although my notes suggest otherwise (my note-taking wasn't very diligent at the start of the roll). Scanned with the Epson v700, with which I spent several hours yesterday experimenting and learning.
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Z-1p with FA 28mm f/2.8 AL on Kodak PRP 100 (Ektachrome Panther).

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QuoteOriginally posted by alan_smithee_photos Quote
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Really well done.
Great results from the Lomo 800.

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QuoteOriginally posted by baro-nite Quote
My third and fourth clicks from my first-ever roll of Ektar (and first roll of film I've run through my Pentax KX):

This is Dry Falls, so called because you can walk behind it without getting (too) wet. Cullasaja River Gorge in western North Carolina.

First shot is with the K35/3.5. I'm pretty sure the second is with the Rokinon 24mm tilt/shift, although my notes suggest otherwise (my note-taking wasn't very diligent at the start of the roll). Scanned with the Epson v700, with which I spent several hours yesterday experimenting and learning.
Nice work.
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First frame with my recently acquired DA L 35/2.4, shot wide open.


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Portra 400NC on medium format (P67II, Tak 105/2.4 wide-open):




Ektar 100 on 35mm (Z-1P, DA35/2.4 wide-open):


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QuoteOriginally posted by rob1234 Quote
Portra 400NC on medium format (P67II, Tak 105/2.4 wide-open):




Ektar 100 on 35mm (Z-1P, DA35/2.4 wide-open):

That first one is gorgeous.
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