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06-24-2016, 11:49 PM   #13636
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I really need to start taking notes...
Notes can be useful but they can also intrude into the flow of wandering around taking photos for the joy of it.

Beautiful pictures of the harbour you posted there, wonderful colours. You really get photos that give me the feeling of being there.

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Another from the first roll through my OM-3+f1.2 lens using Lomography 100 of my favorite duo . . .

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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
Notes can be useful but they can also intrude into the flow of wandering around taking photos for the joy of it.

Beautiful pictures of the harbour you posted there, wonderful colours. You really get photos that give me the feeling of being there.
Thanks!

I guess the thing for me with notes would be to keep track of tricky metering. Neither of my regularly used film bodies have meters, and I'm still not confident metering tricky scenes (say backlit or similar)
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Neat, the tree's "eyes" make it look angry!

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QuoteOriginally posted by LesDMess Quote
Another from the first roll through my OM-3+f1.2 lens using Lomography 100 of my favorite duo . . .
Now THERE is a purdy pair.
I just ordered another 3-pk of Lomo100 in 120 - first in about a year. Really, really liked the stuff a lot of the time but found it really unpredictable. Cannot beat the price though, and much of the times the colors are really nice.... as here.
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QuoteOriginally posted by chickentender Quote
Now THERE is a purdy pair.
I just ordered another 3-pk of Lomo100 in 120 - first in about a year. Really, really liked the stuff a lot of the time but found it really unpredictable. Cannot beat the price though, and much of the times the colors are really nice.... as here.
Thanks, they are great looking models!

I like the price of these Lomo 100. They are ideal for my use of testing new to me old cameras/lenses, they have fairly neutral colors/contrast and grain characteristics is reasonable. Doesn't look bad at all as I preview it on the 65" display.

Another couple of shots from the same roll of Lomography 100 using the same OM-3+50mm f1.2.



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QuoteOriginally posted by LesDMess Quote
Thanks, they are great looking models!

I like the price of these Lomo 100. They are ideal for my use of testing new to me old cameras/lenses, they have fairly neutral colors/contrast and grain characteristics is reasonable. Doesn't look bad at all as I preview it on the 65" display.

Another couple of shots from the same roll of Lomography 100 using the same OM-3+50mm f1.2.
Very nice. I'm a fan of it's palette. Here are a couple shot with it in 120 format from the Pentacon Six TL and CZJ 80/2.8 from midsummer last year.







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(The second one above has a lovely light leak from the PSix's advance problem which I think I sorted out... Haven't seen it since. As far leaks go, I quite like it when it does this however.
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Very nice. I'm a fan of it's palette. Here are a couple shot with it in 120 format from the Pentacon Six TL and CZJ 80/2.8 from midsummer last year.
(The second one above has a lovely light leak from the PSix's advance problem which I think I sorted out... Haven't seen it since. As far leaks go, I quite like it when it does this however.
A light leak seems to be most appropriate for a Lomo film . . .

I find the neutral palette agreeable too. This is my 6th roll of this film and there is no reason - so far, for me not to continue using it.
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And that's the end of my Velvia supply and the E-6 kit is finished too.
Lovely result from that film.
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