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01-02-2010, 05:41 PM   #61
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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
This is really cool. Is this a picture of a neg?
+2 on coolness

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Got back into film this year when Lawson Stone was generous enough to give me an ME Super. It'd been over 20 years since I'd developed B&W film.







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QuoteOriginally posted by dandaniel Quote
Got back into film this year when Lawson Stone was generous enough to give me an ME Super. It'd been over 20 years since I'd developed B&W film.







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Fantastic series, especially the fourth one!
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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
This is really cool. Is this a picture of a neg?
Thanks. It's a scan of the negative (Epson 4490 flatbed). I just didn't do the inversion step, because for an image with a shadow in it, it seemed interesting to treat it as a land-of-the-living character, or something like that.


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

I love the metal in this, you can just touch it with your eyes.

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One more to mark the end of the year

It was more fall than winter when I took this one, but still symbolic of an ending



Cheers,

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you're doing it all wrong...LOL
i love how your shadow is lighter than the surrounding area, very cool.
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QuoteOriginally posted by J.Scott Quote
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!
I usually just added the wide-format, when I could see that the screen showed scroll bars at the bottom.
But I see now that I’m running 1280 x 800 pixel on my laptop, so sometimes I will need to post the wide-format still. How do I know if the image I’m posting is too wide ? how can I tell how many pixels across ?





QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
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.)
These three are magnificent





QuoteOriginally posted by lbenac Quote
Well at least one of the last shot of the year.



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

Cheers,

Luc
I really like this one as well. We're finally having some proper snow in Denmark, instead of boring slush






QuoteOriginally posted by dandaniel Quote
Got back into film this year when Lawson Stone was generous enough to give me an ME Super. It'd been over 20 years since I'd developed B&W film.
[IMG][/IMG]

These two are book material.

I bought some of the work by the Pentaxian Juan Buhler, great streetphotography :
http://www.jbuhler.com/

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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonson PL Quote
How do I know if the image Im posting is too wide ? how can I tell how many pixels across ?
In Windows, you right click on the file and select properties. The dimensions should be listed. Forum guidelines are 800 pixels (or thereabouts) for the long axis.

QuoteOriginally posted by Jonson PL Quote
These three are magnificent
Thank you for your kind comment!

QuoteOriginally posted by Jonson PL Quote
These two are book material.
+1 ... Excellent street photos!

Steve

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Nevermind what this post said, apparently the tag enlarges small pictures.

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QuoteOriginally posted by brkl Quote
Nevermind what this post said, apparently the tag enlarges small pictures.
That is what it looks like to me.
It would be nice to have the same button inserting [IMG] to deal with images under 850 pixel wide.

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Or rather have just one tag that works like IMGWIDE but doesn't resize small pictures, only large ones.
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Pentax MZ-S + FA 100mm f2,8 + AF140C

All shots taken during one day in our garden. I have used PENTAX MZ-S + FA 100mm f2,8 + AF 140C + FUJI 160C - Ive already sold the camera and the lens. They were great (especially the lens), but I needed cash for Pentax 645 + several lenses.
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PENTAX MZ-S + FA 100mm f2,8 + AF 140C + FUJI 160C

All shots taken during one day in our garden. I have used PENTAX MZ-S + FA 100mm f2,8 + AF 140C + FUJI 160C - Ive already sold the camera and the lens. They were great (especially the lens), but I needed cash for Pentax 645 + several lenses.
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Okay, here's my humble set. Links go to larger versions. You know, I told myself I wouldn't start shooting film because my K10D was just so damn expensive I should use it. And I have. It's taken over 8000 shots. But then I bought an S-M-C Tak 50mm f1.4 for the K10D, which happened to come with a beater Spotmatic II. And now, 900 film shots later...


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Some favourites from the year I started developing my own negatives. All home developed except for the last one which is Fuji slide film developed by Fuji:























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