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03-04-2016, 06:34 AM - 1 Like   #12916
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03-05-2016, 03:14 AM - 7 Likes   #12918
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Pentax P67 II - Multi-Exposure

#1
First - a single exposure for reference - a bit underexposed. The structure is the local water tower. With a bit of fantasy "they" are watching us from up there:


#2
Four exposures - a (very) local earthquake:


#3
Eight exposures on one piece of film moving left to right - a little more abstract:


#4
Four exposures of a road junction with a nice tree in the middle:


#5
Here a photo of a church at the end of an alley - moving gradually closer in twelve steps:


#6
The local parish community centre - also in twelve steps where I moved from rigth to left for each exposure. The building is adorned with some simplistic doves in bright metal that reflect the setting sun:


#7
And last, but not least, the one I like best - a large oak. Here I moved along a curve with approximately the same distance to the tree - 14 exposure (a bit too many, as the tree came out a bit on the bright side, but the background is nice):


Camera: Pentax 67 II (which has a very decent multi-exposure function)
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Film: Rollei Retro 80S dev. in Kodak K-76 1:1 (except #4 Rollei RPX 400)

I will explore this photographic mode further, as some quite interesting results can be obtained.
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Leader of the flock par Kris Lockyear, on ipernity

Pentax ME-F with the AF35-70 f/2.8 zoom on Kodak Ektar 100.

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I like that last one very much LaHo.

Lovely photo Kris! The layering with the fog is just super, and the color and subject. Love it.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jacquot Quote
I like that last one very much LaHo.

Lovely photo Kris! The layering with the fog is just super, and the color and subject. Love it.
Thank you. K.
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03-05-2016, 12:33 PM - 1 Like   #12924
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I recently tried shooting Lomo Color 800 in 35mm. I usually don't use high speed film and generally prefer ISO 100 film or 400 at the fastest. That being said, I'm fairly impressed with this film.



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03-05-2016, 07:30 PM   #12925
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QuoteOriginally posted by LaHo Quote
#1
First - a single exposure for reference - a bit underexposed. The structure is the local water tower. With a bit of fantasy "they" are watching us from up there:


#2
Four exposures - a (very) local earthquake:


#3
Eight exposures on one piece of film moving left to right - a little more abstract:


#4
Four exposures of a road junction with a nice tree in the middle:


#5
Here a photo of a church at the end of an alley - moving gradually closer in twelve steps:


#6
The local parish community centre - also in twelve steps where I moved from rigth to left for each exposure. The building is adorned with some simplistic doves in bright metal that reflect the setting sun:


#7
And last, but not least, the one I like best - a large oak. Here I moved along a curve with approximately the same distance to the tree - 14 exposure (a bit too many, as the tree came out a bit on the bright side, but the background is nice):


Camera: Pentax 67 II (which has a very decent multi-exposure function)
Lens: Super-Multi-Coated Takumar-6x7 75mm F4.5 (except #4 smc Pentax 67 55mm F4.0)
Film: Rollei Retro 80S dev. in Kodak K-76 1:1 (except #4 Rollei RPX 400)

I will explore this photographic mode further, as some quite interesting results can be obtained.
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QuoteOriginally posted by womble Quote
Leader of the flock par Kris Lockyear, on ipernity

Pentax ME-F with the AF35-70 f/2.8 zoom on Kodak Ektar 100.
I'm impressed by the pattern you have the sheep in.
It makes the picture.
03-06-2016, 12:29 AM - 2 Likes   #12927
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
I recently tried shooting Lomo Color 800 in 35mm. I usually don't use high speed film and generally prefer ISO 100 film or 400 at the fastest. That being said, I'm fairly impressed with this film.



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Looks really nice. Good to have a faster option this time of year in our PNW climes.

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A few from a B.C. trip 2 years ago, right around the time I switched back to film nearly entirely...
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03-06-2016, 03:33 AM   #12929
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QuoteOriginally posted by LaHo Quote
#1

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Here a photo of a church at the end of an alley - moving gradually closer in twelve steps:


I will explore this photographic mode further, as some quite interesting results can be obtained.
I like this one of the church, it's very "twilight zone". I have my first ever multiple-exposures on a roll in my Ricoh XR-M and I'm looking forward to seeing the results. Do you adjust the exposure at all to compensate for so many shots on the same area of film?

QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
I recently tried shooting Lomo Color 800 in 35mm. I usually don't use high speed film and generally prefer ISO 100 film or 400 at the fastest. That being said, I'm fairly impressed with this film.



Contax G2
Carl Zeiss Planar T* 35/2
Lomo Color 800
Epson V750-M Pro
Nice. I've seen good results with this film though I haven't used it myself. Is it re-branded Superia 800 or something different?
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