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    Thanks Steve! Glad you like the photos. There's something about 35mm...I am kind of rediscovering it these days after spending so much time shooting medium and large format, or 35mm digital. I have neglected 35mm film, which is really quite nice!

    Leif -- sorry, I have not been around too much these days to comment, but I really liked your two photos. I love the stilted motion in the first one...the half-movement.
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    Stuart; thanks!
    Your Icelandic landscapes are really beautiful - IŽve never been there, but your pictures confirm my ideas - formed by Snorre, Sigurd Roos, Laxness, Mar Gudmundsson and Indridasson. :-)

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    Couple of Train related pics....

    Alpa TC 45 APo Grandagon Acros 100

    Old Steam Train Cab:



    Caboose:



    Turntable:



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    Couple of Train related pics....

    Alpa TC 45 APo Grandagon Acros 100

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    Beautiful images, Bob. I particularly like that first one.

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    These are both very nice. I really like the color pop in the photo of your son. Ektar is my favorite color film.
    Thank you Cindy. The colors are perfectly represented. I enjoyed shooting it last summer.

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    Thanks very much Leif! It's nice to be mentioned in the same breath as those guys!

    Bob -- I love that first photo. It is a great look at the old-school technology that ran these machines. Such great texture in the knobs, dials and rivets...
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    Lloyd and Stuart,

    Thanks much.

    I do imagine that there was a lot of knob twisting in those days!

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    Couple of Train related pics....

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    Caboose:



    Turntable:



    Bob
    Bob, I love old trains, cars, boats. These are all very nice. My favorite is #1. I love the tones on the old dials and gauges. #3 also caught my interest because I have never seen a turntable before.

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    Bob, I love old trains, cars, boats. These are all very nice. My favorite is #1. I love the tones on the old dials and gauges. #3 also caught my interest because I have never seen a turntable before.
    Cindy,

    First I have seen and I worked as a brakeman for the KCS-MR railroad in the late 70s....

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    Bob...Great Shooting & PP!

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    Thanks Steve,

    I am gearing up for a trip and need to get the scanner fired up on return.

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    M7, lux 50 asph, xp2


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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    M7, lux 50 asph, xp2


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    A timeless image. Wonderful b/w.

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    Lloyd..thank you for the wonderful comment. I have found your wonderful
    work in these forums and my apologies if I cannot comment on each of those.

    But have to start somewhere..wonderful subjects, captures, and presentation.
    Lovely..shall be studying them for a long time.

    Take care of yourself and your loved ones.

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    Sleep of the innocent....


    Thanks for looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    M7, lux 50 asph, xp2


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    Shatarka1...thank you very much. less talent, lots of luck.

    Best.

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    Rayyan, Your photos are very inspiring. I'm looking forward to more.

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    Sleep of the innocent....


    Thanks for looking.
    Another wonder! Beautiful, priceless image.

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    Cindy, Llyod...thank you both for the encouragement.

    Regards.

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    One from my Paris collection...Not to shoot film here wound be a sacrilege.


    Thanks for stopping by.

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    Rayyan....MMMMMM....Cool!!!

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    Rayyan....MMMMMM....Cool!!!
    +1 For sure!

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    Shtarka1, Lloyd...thanks you both once again for your encouragement.

    Best wishes.

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    Beautiful shots in thus forum! I just discovered it. I'll have to start at the beginning. I'm now wondering why I sold my M7 (probably to lazy). Maybe an MP is in my future. There is a quality with actual film that's hard to replicate with Silver Efex Pro's "Film Types". Thanks everybody for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    One from my Paris collection...Not to shoot film here wound be a sacrilege.


    Thanks for stopping by.

    Ohhh, Wow! Very cool.

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    Beautiful shots in thus forum! I just discovered it. I'll have to start at the beginning. I'm now wondering why I sold my M7 (probably to lazy). Maybe an MP is in my future. There is a quality with actual film that's hard to replicate with Silver Efex Pro's "Film Types". Thanks everybody for sharing.

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    Matt,
    Hope you join in soon. You are right about the quality of film...makes it worth the hassle.

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    Cindy, thank you for the kind words.

    Matt..I agree ( x2 )..awesome work in this gallery. I am going thru it; loving
    every moment and every post.

    Regards.

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    Hope you join in soon. You are right about the quality of film...makes it worth the hassle.
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    Matt..I agree ( x2 )..awesome work in this gallery. I am going thru it; loving
    every moment and every post.

    Regards.
    All: It must be a really slow day here. I bought a used M7 (just like the one that I had and sold! Not the first time that I've done that!). Should have it by the end of the week; so, i'll be able to "join in".

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    All: It must be a really slow day here. I bought a used M7 (just like the one that I had and sold! Not the first time that I've done that!). Should have it by the end of the week; so, i'll be able to "join in".

    Has anybody used these guys to develop/scan? http://www.northcoastphoto.com/

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    Looking forward to your film shooting Matt! Congrats!

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    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddoc View Post
    M3 / Tri-x / 50mm f/1.0

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    Cheers.
    This is really nice, Rayyan. Keep 'em coming!!

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    Looking forward to your film shooting Matt! Congrats!
    Steve: Thanks. When i was younger, i used to develop/print and all that stuff. Not doing that; but, this will be fun.

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    This is really nice, Rayyan. Keep 'em coming!!
    rayyan: +1. Nice image.

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    Lloyd...thank you.

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    This is really nice, Rayyan. Keep 'em coming!!

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    Matt, thanks a bunch. let's see you give your M7 some exercise

    Regards.

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    Cheers.
    Color,reflection,the pose...Awesome!

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    Yesterday's outing...

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    Yesterday's outing...


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    Cuz!! I'm speechless... truly stunning work!!

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    Cuz!! I'm speechless... truly stunning work!!
    Thanks So Much My Brotha!

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    Very nice Steve! I think I like the third one best -- a very nice composition for the subject matter.
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    Appreciate it greatly Stu!

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    Steve: Those are incredible! Tattoos, bikes, landscapes! What more could you want! Nice work. Out of curiosity: how were they processed/scanned? nice range of IQ "types" from one role of film (i'm assuming). I'm gearing up for my return to film.

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    Why go out of state? Try Robi's down in Lakewood.
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    Well priced and quick turn around.

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    Steve: Those are incredible! Tattoos, bikes, landscapes! What more could you want! Nice work. Out of curiosity: how were they processed/scanned? nice range of IQ "types" from one role of film (i'm assuming). I'm gearing up for my return to film.

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    Thanks a lot Matt. For now just Costco until i can figure out what scanner to get. I use to have a Minolta Dimage something or other scanner a few years back that did a nice job but i got rid of it. Still trying to figure it all out. Let me know what your thinking about scanner wise or just finding a good place to send or drop off please. Let's See Some Film Buddy!

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    Steve! Great images - but I also love the SERIES; the contrast in there, through bike fixer tattoo guys via spring beauty to the posh(ish) environment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Steve! Great images - but I also love the SERIES; the contrast in there, through bike fixer tattoo guys via spring beauty to the posh(ish) environment.
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    Artorius: I'll check it out. Thanks.

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    Thanks a lot Matt. For now just Costco until i can figure out what scanner to get. I use to have a Minolta Dimage something or other scanner a few years back that did a nice job but i got rid of it. Still trying to figure it all out. Let me know what your thinking about scanner wise or just finding a good place to send or drop off please. Let's See Some Film Buddy!
    Steve: I had a Nikon 5000 ED, which I sold on EBAY several month ago for more then I originally paid 4 yrs. ago. I bought (after research) an Epson V750. It's still in the box at the moment.

    I was looking at sending my film to these people ( http://www.northcoastphoto.com/ ); but, I'll check out the one Artorius suggested. There must be a good lab in the boston area? Still waiting for the M7. Might not get it until monday. Oh well.

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    Artorius: I'll check it out. Thanks.



    Steve: I had a Nikon 5000 ED, which I sold on EBAY several month ago for more then I originally paid 4 yrs. ago. I bought (after research) an Epson V750. It's still in the box at the moment.

    I was looking at sending my film to these people ( http://www.northcoastphoto.com/ ); but, I'll check out the one Artorius suggested. There must be a good lab in the boston area? Still waiting for the M7. Might not get it until monday. Oh well.

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    Matt,there's a few pro labs around my way. Just have to figure out which one to go with or just take the plunge with buying a scanner. We'll see.

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