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09-17-2014, 06:05 AM   #10036
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Venice and FA43
First one is Velvia 100, the rest are Provia 100F


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QuoteOriginally posted by Nuff Quote
Leica M3, Summilux 50mm f1.4 v2 and Ektar 100.
I'm still getting used to using rangefinder and a lot of photos are a bit of a miss, but so far I really like it.
Nice series. Reminds me of living in Kobe.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Nuff Quote
Leica M3, Summilux 50mm f1.4 v2 and Ektar 100.
I'm still getting used to using rangefinder and a lot of photos are a bit of a miss, but so far I really like it.














Looks to me like you are getting the hang of it. Good work!


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are these pictures "metered" with the sunny 16 rule?

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QuoteOriginally posted by Pablom Quote
Venice and FA43
First one is Velvia 100, the rest are Provia 100F


0036
by Pablo Margulies, on Flickr


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by Pablo Margulies, on Flickr


00004
by Pablo Margulies, on Flickr


00005
by Pablo Margulies, on Flickr
Great shots, but is the WB a touch off in the last one?

How did you digitise them?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Nice series. Reminds me of living in Kobe.

Thanks, I will be moving to tokyo in about 2 months. So I'm sure there will be more to come.

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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
Looks to me like you are getting the hang of it. Good work!





Steve

Thanks Steve!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Cuthbert Quote
are these pictures "metered" with the sunny 16 rule?

Are you asking me or Pablom. I wish I could say mine were shot using sunny 16. But I cheat, I just got gossen digisix and love it. It actually confirms that all of the settings were sunny 16, since it displays settings in EV. It has a wheel to calculate the shutter aperture settings quickly. And also contrast metering which is useful.

The sunny parts were shot at EV15, EV13 for bright but cloudy, shaded or heavy overcast at EV12 and EV11. I was surprised as this guide states. http://www.andbethere.com/2013/05/the-ultimate-guide-to-sunny-16-rule-2.html

Well, the meter. Comes in more useful when shooting indoors or when out of the sunny 16 hours, although I have not checked the above guide how it cross references in those situations.
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Some more Kodachrome from the late seventies, Pentax MX
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QuoteOriginally posted by rob1234 Quote
Great shots, but is the WB a touch off in the last one?

How did you digitise them?
Thanks.

They are minilab scans so they are all off on something

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QuoteOriginally posted by Nuff Quote
Are you asking me or Pablom. I wish I could say mine were shot using sunny 16. But I cheat, I just got gossen digisix and love it. It actually confirms that all of the settings were sunny 16, since it displays settings in EV. It has a wheel to calculate the shutter aperture settings quickly. And also contrast metering which is useful.

The sunny parts were shot at EV15, EV13 for bright but cloudy, shaded or heavy overcast at EV12 and EV11. I was surprised as this guide states. The Ultimate Guide to the Sunny 16 Rule - Part 2 - AndBeThere.com

Well, the meter. Comes in more useful when shooting indoors or when out of the sunny 16 hours, although I have not checked the above guide how it cross references in those situations.
Cheater! The lightmeter of my FM is faulty so I had to take this one with the sunny 16 rule, I don't think I've done a too bad job:



Usually my all the pics taken with my rangefinders (Leicas, Contax or Soviets) are NOT lightmetered, I have the MR-4 but IMO it's useless.
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Cuthbert, I like my lightmeters, I shoot fair bit of slide film, so it's good to be able to nail the exposure on each frame. I also know how to use my lightmeters to achieve certain look instead of 1 specific one. That's why I like the contrast metering on digisix. It's kind of like fake 20 degree spot meter.
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This ektar film looks nice, I need to try it one of these days.
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QuoteOriginally posted by alan_smithee_photos Quote
K1000, Voigtlander Nokton 58mm, Ektar
Good composition, rendering and exposure there.
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Lovely shot Allen, thanks for sharing!

Did you scan this yourself? If so, would you care to explain your process a bit? In my opinion, it's one of the most accurate Ektar scans I've seen so far and I haven't been able to get it done so well.
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