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12-11-2009, 08:28 PM   #46
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Man, Javier, that's an amazing set. The one with 'Home Sweet Home' is just fantastic. There's heaps and heaps of symbolism in that shot. The black and white shot is a great example of what framing can do for a composition.

Terrific shots in this thread.

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As always sublime and strong work, Javier.
And the couple out of your truck's rear window really takes the price
Thank you very much. I appreciate the kind words
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QuoteOriginally posted by brkl Quote
Man, Javier, that's an amazing set. The one with 'Home Sweet Home' is just fantastic. There's heaps and heaps of symbolism in that shot. The black and white shot is a great example of what framing can do for a composition.

Terrific shots in this thread.
Thank you. That was a tough one to take and more so after I spent a few minutes talking with her. Thanks for the kind words.
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Please read! - Posting W-I-D-E Images!

I love these film shots and truly admire the talent displayed here.

However, please read the forum instructions here on how to post images wider than 800 pixels.

If you want to post a photo wider than 800 pixels, simply wrap [imgwide] tags around it instead of the conventional [img] tags.

I have had to edit nearly every post simply to add wide tags.
It takes a only a second to do when you are uploading.
Going forward, please post or edit your images using wide tags as per the instructions in the link.
If you can't figure it out please PM me and I will gladly assist you.

Now let's see some more great film shots of 2009!


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12-24-2009, 09:54 AM   #50
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the other five

continued from an earlier post...

6. Seen at a rest stop on Interstate 80 in Illinois. P67, 55/4, Fomapan 100.


7. Looking down from a rural bridge. ME Super, K50/1.2, FP4+.


8. After inadvertently trespassing into a wind farm. Sign was missing, I swear. P30t, A28/2, Acros.


9. Just one non-Pentax shot. Yashica MAT 124G, Fuji 160C.



10.
Sometimes a negative is just a negative. :-)
12-31-2009, 03:56 PM   #51
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Ok...The year is almost over, so I may as well post...Here are the ones I like the best (in no particular order):



























The cool thing for me is that I had a degree of success with the film medium and with translating my slides and negatives to digital images that I could share here and elsewhere. I also feel privileged to have taken part in the "Sightseeing Screwmount" project. The last two of the above images are from my submission to that thread and were taken with the vintage Pentax SV.

Steve

(Technical details as well as descriptions may be had by clicking through each photo to its page on my Flickr account.)
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Lovely images - #3 and #5 are my favorites. Happy New Year!
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Lovely images - #3 and #5 are my favorites. Happy New Year!
Many thanks and Happy New Year to you too!

Steve

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Taken with that old 1938 Agfa on Ilford Pan F. I have been accused of Photoshopping the sky in but I can assure you it's all genuine.




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Ouch, the year's over, I guess I'll have to make some choices and post something here. Tomorrow! The standard in this thread is damned intimidating though.
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Nice concept for a thread and good stuff to see here
I also shot some film in 2009 ....

#1 Mamiya 645, Sekor-C 80/1.9, ADOX CHM 125 (fist test roll with that lens), Hamburg





#2 Mamiya 645, Sekor-C 80/1.9, FP4+, Hannover





#3 Mamiya 645, Sekor-C 80/1.9 (I love that lens ), HP5+, Hamburg





#4 Mamiya 645, Sekor-C 45/2.8, Velvia 50 (First roll of slide film with the Mamiya), Beelitz (near Berlin)

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#5 Lomo LC-A, Fomapan 200, vacation in Ukraine, looking at the Black Sea from Yalta





#6 Lomo LC-A, Fomapan 200, vacation in Ukraine, abandoned Soviet nuclear reator in Scholkine (Crimea)





#7 Chaika-II (souvenir from Kiev ), HP5+, Berlin, first attempt at "half-frame panorama"





#8 Lomo LC-A, Agfa Vista 400, Berlin, first attempt at "redscale"





#9 Pentax 67, SMC 90/2.8, Delta 100, Hamburg, my friend shooting his Rolleiflex. The very first roll with my 67.



#10 Pentax 67, SMC 90/2.8, Provia 100F, Hamburg, first roll of slide through my 67.

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Great photos everyone. Film is Alive!!

Hard choice for me, but I'll go for these, mainly because these are my best efforts in the fine art of street portraiture (which I love) this year:

Bronica ETRsi + Zenzanon MC 40/4 + Kodak Ektachrome E100VS

Pentax Z1-p + SMC Pentax-FA 50/1.4 + Ilford XP2

Pentax Z1-p + SMC Pentax-M 100/4 Macro + Rollei Redbird 400
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QuoteOriginally posted by Sluggo Quote


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Sometimes a negative is just a negative. :-)
This is really cool. Is this a picture of a neg?
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Last shot of the year

Well at least one of the last shot of the year.



It makes in finesse what it lacks in contrast and saturation.

Cheers,

Luc
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