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10-03-2014, 02:31 PM - 6 Likes   #10126
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Provia 100F, Pentax Pz-1p & FA 43mm


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10-03-2014, 03:52 PM   #10127
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QuoteOriginally posted by manntax Quote
Composition suffered because it was shoot from behind the fence
And someone threw a beer can in your for-ground. It seems nothing is sacred to litterbugs. Great shot anyway...Old cemeteries seem to demand having their picture taken.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Pablom Quote
Provia 100F, Pentax Pz-1p & FA 43mm


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Nice work!

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QuoteOriginally posted by IHS Quote
And someone threw a beer can in your for-ground. It seems nothing is sacred to litterbugs. Great shot anyway...Old cemeteries seem to demand having their picture taken.
Yes, I was bothered by this can as well - but then during the post processing, instead of cloning it out, I decided to keep it as it was, to leave the authenticity of that place - as it was. here is another shot from the same place - again I was fairly limited with my composing due to the fence.


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Provia 100F, Pentax Pz-1p & FA 43mm
Great shots with my favoured AF film camera ever

Your results are very clean and with little noise. I've never used this Provia 100F before , but it looks like fine film indeed !

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Provia 100F, Pentax Pz-1p & FA 43mm
Great views and Provia 100F is a fantastic film!
10-03-2014, 05:30 PM   #10131
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Oh, I don't know...I like that wall shot! It gives you an idea of how big the place is. Those stones are really weathered and have a great texture to them. Here's one of an old Catholic cemetery that pre-dates the American civil war. The rusty iron crosses were some of the first nuns there. It's still used but it's so very rural I doubt it will ever fill up! It's done with a digital so a mod. can delete it.

The reflection in that third pic is amazing Pablo. Great shots.

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QuoteOriginally posted by gofour3 Quote
Nice work!

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QuoteOriginally posted by manntax Quote
Great shots with my favoured AF film camera ever

Your results are very clean and with little noise. I've never used this Provia 100F before , but it looks like fine film indeed !
QuoteOriginally posted by LesDMess Quote
Great views and Provia 100F is a fantastic film!
Thank you, It works great for me
10-04-2014, 07:59 AM   #10133
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Took a pic of my Pentax LX + Autobellows on a mirror with some long expired Agfa Ulta 100 from my freezer.




Not a scene that takes advantage of the colorful characteristics of the film but this one does.



I really liked this film. Too bad I only have a few rolls left. It seems to last just fine so that's good.

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I really liked this film. Too bad I only have a few rolls left. It seems to last just fine so that's good.
I agree - this seems to be a very well balanced, low grain and good tonality film ! I know the pain of loosing films that I loved once. From colour negatives I mourn the most both Konica 100 VX and Kodak Gold 100 - both were superb for normal daylight (and flash ) shooting.
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I agree - this seems to be a very well balanced, low grain and good tonality film ! I know the pain of loosing films that I loved once. From colour negatives I mourn the most both Konica 100 VX and Kodak Gold 100 - both were superb for normal daylight (and flash ) shooting.
I think that Kodak Gold 100 was not only the best overall - color balance, contrast, good latitude and relatively fine grained, but it happened to also be very cheap. It was my goto film when testing new OLD cameras as well as product shots. Never got to try the Konica 100 VX but managed to shoot a few rolls of Konica Impressa ISO50.
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QuoteOriginally posted by LesDMess Quote
I think that Kodak Gold 100 was not only the best overall - color balance, contrast, good latitude and relatively fine grained, but it happened to also be very cheap. It was my goto film when testing new OLD cameras as well as product shots. Never got to try the Konica 100 VX but managed to shoot a few rolls of Konica Impressa ISO50.
I agree entirely - Kodak Gold 100 was absolutely superb film for the price. Konica was similar, good tonality, better grain (!), similar to kodak gold in other respects apart from the colors that were a bit less punchy, more pastel.
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QuoteOriginally posted by manntax Quote
I agree entirely - Kodak Gold 100 was absolutely superb film for the price. Konica was similar, good tonality, better grain (!), similar to kodak gold in other respects apart from the colors that were a bit less punchy, more pastel.
lucky me that i have still like 20 films of each in the freezer !
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lucky me that i have still like 20 films of each in the freezer !
I bet you are not married :P .. lucky you nonetheless
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I bet you are not married :P .. lucky you nonetheless
Tell me about it - wives have this crazy idea that freezers are only for food!
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I bet you are not married :P .. lucky you nonetheless
Of course i'm not married ...

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wives have this crazy idea that freezers are only for food!
I have this crazy idea that fridge is for film ... and beers
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