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Forum: Post Your Photos! 23 Hours Ago  
Misc Point And Shoot
Posted By tuco
Replies: 8
Views: 147
Thanks.



Thanks. I think they are a 1966 Chrysler Newport Coupe and 1966 Lincoln Continental. Some cars I found parked out on the street.
Forum: Film SLRs and Compact Film Cameras 1 Day Ago  
Post your B&W Film shots
Posted By tuco
Replies: 11,631
Views: 1,337,554
Nice stitch job. Interesting the resulting pano, with that aspect ratio, looks like a FOV you'd get from a single exposure on that 55mm.
Forum: Post Your Photos! 1 Day Ago  
Misc Point And Shoot
Posted By tuco
Replies: 8
Views: 147
Thanks. Yes, that car had Oregon plates.
Forum: Post Your Photos! 1 Day Ago  
Black & White Infrared
Posted By tuco
Replies: 8
Views: 302
Thanks
Forum: Post Your Photos! 2 Days Ago  
Misc Point And Shoot
Posted By tuco
Replies: 8
Views: 147
I purchased this small camera back in 2007 for its video capability and never really took any pictures with it. It has a stabilized optical 10X zoom lens (6.5- 65mm = 39–390mm equiv.) and a tiny CCD sensor. I thought I'd finally give it a try again at some pictures.



Defiant Chico
by tuco, on Flickr



Underwood Typewriter
by tuco, on Flickr



Jenny, Jenny
by tuco, on Flickr



Develop Before July 1967
by tuco, on Flickr




Singer
by tuco, on Flickr



Fishing
by tuco, on Flickr



1966 Chrysler Newport Coupe
by tuco, on Flickr



1966 Lincoln Continental
by tuco, on Flickr
Forum: Ricoh GR 2 Days Ago  
Ricoh GRIIIx photos
Posted By tuco
Replies: 31
Views: 3,349

At The Sports Field
by tuco, on Flickr
Forum: Ricoh GR 2 Days Ago  
Ricoh GRIIIx photos
Posted By tuco
Replies: 31
Views: 3,349
Thanks for the tour.
Forum: Post Your Photos! 4 Days Ago  
Black & White Swing Lens Panorama
Posted By tuco
Replies: 6
Views: 192
Thanks.



Thanks. I find shooting with a pano camera (eg looking through the pano viewfinder) verses stitching photos together to create a pano a much different experience in what compositions I find. I tend to find shots like this when I can look through a wide viewfinder. When I stitch shots on my digital camera, I tend to do mostly landscape stuff. But that's just me.


Springfield Buick
by tuco, on Flickr
Forum: General Talk 4 Days Ago  
sudo, sudo, sudo
Posted By tuco
Replies: 33
Views: 708
Thanks. I figured you'd recognize the periodic table in there. It's still going strong and I use it a lot.
Forum: Post Your Photos! 5 Days Ago  
Black & White Swing Lens Panorama
Posted By tuco
Replies: 6
Views: 192
Why thanks.
Forum: Post Your Photos! 6 Days Ago  
Black & White Swing Lens Panorama
Posted By tuco
Replies: 6
Views: 192
This small format panorama camera has a swing lens. The simple, fixed focus lens swings through its field of view on film loaded over a curved surface. It projects a 24x66mm image on 135 canister film. It has fast enough shutter speeds available that you can handhold one too.

I found it a fun, interesting and challenging experience to use one these cameras for sure.

Kodak Tri-X


Bellingham, WA
by tuco, on Flickr



Ilford HP5+


Zane Burger
by tuco, on Flickr


Fuji Acros 100


Storage Tanks
by tuco, on Flickr


Ilford FP4+


POE Marina
by tuco, on Flickr


Ilford HP5+


Mack Trucks
by tuco, on Flickr


Ilford FP4+


Packing Parachutes
by tuco, on Flickr


Ilford HP5+


Alley Lounge
by tuco, on Flickr

Kodak Tri-X


The Splits
by tuco, on Flickr

Ilford Delta 100


High Desert Shack
by tuco, on Flickr


Ilford HP5+


Footbridge
by tuco, on Flickr
Forum: Post Your Photos! 6 Days Ago  
Black & White Infrared
Posted By tuco
Replies: 8
Views: 302
Thanks.
Forum: Post Your Photos! 09-17-2022, 09:34 AM  
Black & White Infrared
Posted By tuco
Replies: 8
Views: 302
This camera is an unmodified camera (full spectrum) with just using a Hoya R72 filter. I tried it with my DSLR but the shutter speeds were really long at base ISO and many of the lenses for it didn't do well (so-called hot spots).

But for some reason this camera has more reasonable shutter speeds at base ISO by comparison. But it's still slow enough that I need a tripod. The shutter speeds are typically around 1 or 2 seconds at base ISO on a sunny day stopped down to f10. And the few lenses I have for it do okay in terms of hot spots.

Zeiss 25/2.8


Deck Decay
by tuco, on Flickr



Cherry Park
by tuco, on Flickr



Mukilteo Lighthouse
by tuco, on Flickr



The Sphere
by tuco, on Flickr



Evergreen Cemetery Ziggurat
by tuco, on Flickr



Mill Creek
by tuco, on Flickr


Zeiss 35/2



Mill Creek
by tuco, on Flickr



Old Ford
by tuco, on Flickr




Voigtländer Nokton 50/1.5



Maryhill, WA
by tuco, on Flickr
Forum: Contest Voting 09-15-2022, 12:28 PM  
Sticky: Poll: Theme VOTE NOW - Photo Contest #192 Poll (Dramatic Sky - August 2022)
Posted By tuco
Replies: 34
Views: 2,374
It's hard to choose. There is a wide range of drama: interpretive, surreal, theatrical and natural.
Forum: Film SLRs and Compact Film Cameras 09-15-2022, 09:53 AM  
Post your B&W Film shots
Posted By tuco
Replies: 11,631
Views: 1,337,554
Yeah, it did well. The film has a low base density too.
Forum: Film SLRs and Compact Film Cameras 09-14-2022, 11:09 AM  
Post your B&W Film shots
Posted By tuco
Replies: 11,631
Views: 1,337,554
Some ADOX CHS 100 II on sheet film developed with Rodinal at 1+50. I haven't worked with it since but want to get around to finishing off the box with some D-23 one day.


Kodak Photo and Dataguide
by tuco, on Flickr



New KA Team Uniform
by tuco, on Flickr
Forum: General Talk 09-14-2022, 08:21 AM  
sudo, sudo, sudo
Posted By tuco
Replies: 33
Views: 708
I think you can make some computer knowledge assumptions about a person who installed and used Linux as far back as 1993. I have wrote a lot of code in my time using many different languages ranging from 8088/80286 Assembly Language to Powershell scripts. I wrote utility applications on Linux for work at one time too. I build my own headless firewall routers and radio to copper bridges on embedded devices using OpenBSD and even made an agitation machine to develop my film. So, yes, I'm very familiar with the command line in Windows and Mac too.

I built this machine from scratch in 2007 and even made my own single layer circuit boards for it. This machine runs OpenBSD for an operating system and the workings is programmed with Python. It has a stepper motor, serial controller and wireless access point running on a Sokeris net4801 general purpose communications board.



New And Improved Ag-O-Matic II
by tuco, on Flickr
Forum: General Talk 09-13-2022, 10:04 PM  
sudo, sudo, sudo
Posted By tuco
Replies: 33
Views: 708
My first Linux installation was in 1993. Today, you got it easy! :)

Linux is a Unix-like operating system steeped in the command line tradition. The desktop GUI is a client/server model where the GUI is not necessary have an up-and-running lightweight operating system like when used as a headless router or radio to copper bridge. And a savvy Linux user learns the command line. And most likely the people maintaining the operating system are very savvy users and programmers that probably find it much faster, easier and more consistent to write a how-to using the command line tools than a GUI version. And another important thing to remember is how much did you pay for the operating system. That will explain a lot.
Forum: Post Your Photos! 09-13-2022, 09:40 PM  
Black & White Cemetery And Graveyards
Posted By tuco
Replies: 3
Views: 130
Thanks.
Forum: Film SLRs and Compact Film Cameras 09-13-2022, 11:51 AM  
Post your B&W Film shots
Posted By tuco
Replies: 11,631
Views: 1,337,554
Yes, that turned out nice. I went and read the CMS 20's data sheet. It sounds like they are little too hung up on pure resolution and half-tone reproduction of this film with their ADOTECH IV developer. And it is for those reasons, "... we cannot give any technical support for other developers ...", they say.
Forum: Film SLRs and Compact Film Cameras 09-13-2022, 11:19 AM  
Post your B&W Film shots
Posted By tuco
Replies: 11,631
Views: 1,337,554
What exposure index are using?
Forum: Post Your Photos! 09-13-2022, 09:16 AM  
Black & White Cemetery And Graveyards
Posted By tuco
Replies: 3
Views: 130
The Fall season is approaching. For me it means cemetery season. This cemetery has an old section that these are from.

Ilford PanF+


Evergreen Cemetery
by tuco, on Flickr



Evergreen Cemetery
by tuco, on Flickr



Evergreen Cemetery
by tuco, on Flickr



Evergreen Cemetery
by tuco, on Flickr


Ilford Delta 100


Evergreen Cemetery
by tuco, on Flickr



Evergreen Cemetery
by tuco, on Flickr
Forum: Post Your Photos! 09-13-2022, 08:43 AM  
Abstract A random street pic
Posted By tuco
Replies: 4
Views: 114
Great street view.
Forum: Post Your Photos! 09-12-2022, 08:50 AM  
Black & White Closeups
Posted By tuco
Replies: 3
Views: 128
Thanks.
Forum: Post Your Photos! 09-11-2022, 03:49 PM  
Black & White Closeups
Posted By tuco
Replies: 3
Views: 128
I like doing closeups when it is raining outside and I'm itching to take some pictures. And being able to alter the plane of focus as with a view camera adds a new twist.

During COVID hibernation
CM Fujinon W 135/5.6, Rollei RPX 25:



DIY
by tuco, on Flickr


Rodenstock apo-macro-sironar 180/5.6, Ilford Delta 100:


The Start Of Tomato Soup
by tuco, on Flickr


Symmar-S 180/5.6, Rollei RPX 25:


Legacy Hard Drives
by tuco, on Flickr


Caltar-S II MC 210/5.6, Ilford Delta 100:


AKG Perception 200
by tuco, on Flickr



CM Fujinon W 135/5.6, Ilford FP4+


Wine Opener
by tuco, on Flickr


Caltar-S II MC 210mm, Foma Fomapan 100:


Tools
by tuco, on Flickr
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