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    Haven't quite got to my test rolls of B & W, yet. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

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    Excellent Framing DOF,Tone & Color!

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    Thereīs a lot to be said in favor of spring. After a long, hard (well ...) winter, itīs great fun to go orienteering again (you can see the wifeīs happy at the first post clipping of the season), itīs nice to see thereīs hope for blueberries this year as well (even on the old stub) and that the snow hasnīt broke much really.

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    Leif,Beautiful Smile On Your Lovely Wife & Excellent High Contrast Set!

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    Leif,Beautiful Smile On Your Lovely Wife & Excellent High Contrast Set!
    Agreed... on all counts. Very nice.

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    Matt, The bridge looks massive from that POV. Nice shot.

    Leif, I agree that your photo of your wife is really nice. She is a very pretty lady. Nice set.

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    A little B & W for a change. Thanks for looking. cheers, Matt

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    Leif,Beautiful Smile On Your Lovely Wife & Excellent High Contrast Set!
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    Agreed... on all counts. Very nice.
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    Matt, The bridge looks massive from that POV. Nice shot.

    Leif, I agree that your photo of your wife is really nice. She is a very pretty lady. Nice set.
    Leif: +1, +1, +1. Nice photos. Your wife does look happy to be out in the woods.
    Cindy: Thank you.

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    Thanks all! :-)
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    Matt, your pushing the envelope out of the Stratosphere! Last 3 are Excellent in All Areas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Matt, your pushing the envelope out of the Stratosphere! Last 3 are Excellent in All Areas!
    Wow! No kidding. +1 for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Thereīs a lot to be said in favor of spring. After a long, hard (well ...) winter, itīs great fun to go orienteering again (you can see the wifeīs happy at the first post clipping of the season), itīs nice to see thereīs hope for blueberries this year as well (even on the old stub) and that the snow hasnīt broke much really.

    M4-P, CV 2,5/35mm and Kodak BW400CN

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    Love the look you're getting with that lens and film. I'm back to film after a long absence. Have shot several rolls of Plus-X, half a roll of Delta 100, which I had to pull out to load some Tri-X today (for some indoor shooting). This BW400CN looks very nice. Do you find you need an ND filter outdoors, though, with that speed?

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    Guitar and accordian doing Pink Floyd! Dog hanging out. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Matt, your pushing the envelope out of the Stratosphere! Last 3 are Excellent in All Areas!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Wow! No kidding. +1 for sure.
    Steve/Lloyd: Gentlemen, thank you! I'm having fun. Lot's more B & W to try.

    Cheers, Matt.

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    Leif,

    Love the look you're getting with that lens and film. I'm back to film after a long absence. Have shot several rolls of Plus-X, half a roll of Delta 100, which I had to pull out to load some Tri-X today (for some indoor shooting). This BW400CN looks very nice. Do you find you need an ND filter outdoors, though, with that speed?
    Using the Kodak version was a bit of a coincidence, actually. Since I tried the Fuji offering in BW C41, Iīm an absolute fan; Neopan 400 CN. Still, both the Kodak and Ilfordīs XP2 are great (even if thereīs been complaints about the quality of the Ilford base lately - said to be scratching very easily).

    And; yes, I have been thinking of an ND filter or two, but have managed without so far - stopping down.

    Btw; the contrast in a couple of these (esp. the stub) came out stronger on the web than I wanted.

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    Guitar and accordian doing Pink Floyd! Dog hanging out. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt
    Wonderful color, and terrific clarity. I'm impressed with how well it holds the highlight detail in that last shot. You might well expect the dog to be blown out. Are you doing much adjusting after the film is digitized?

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    Matt...Your Probably Tired Of Hearing This But....Awesome Film Work! Like the Light On The Dog!

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    Wonderful color, and terrific clarity. I'm impressed with how well it holds the highlight detail in that last shot. You might well expect the dog to be blown out. Are you doing much adjusting after the film is digitized?
    Lloyd: Thanks. No, actually less then with digital (part need and part conscious decision). I tweaked in LR2 (- exposure and adjustment brush to lighten the dog's hair and tongue back to where it was), little noise reduction in Nik Define 2.0, back to LR2, post crop, and export to Zenfolio. Interestingly, with the M9, I have more trouble getting the right exposure at this same spot with the light background and the darker musicians. This is my first shoot with this film. I believe that i have the Kodak Portra 800 in the M7 now.

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    Matt...Your Probably Tired Of Hearing This But....Awesome Film Work! Like the Light On The Dog!
    Steve: Thank you!! The light had a little help.

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    Here's a couple more. The singer to the right's face was slightly blown out. Probably just outside the metering? Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Here's a couple more. The singer to the right's face was slightly blown out. Probably just outside the metering? Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt
    Really nice. I like the subtle tones. Excellent DR. (Thanks for the explanation above, BTW).

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    Matt, Very nice. I really like what you are doing with the Porta.

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    Really nice. I like the subtle tones. Excellent DR. (Thanks for the explanation above, BTW).
    Lloyd: Thanks. It does seem to have a very good dynamic range. The colors seem really "life-like" (actually richer then life; but not over-saturated). There's clearly less ability to PP then a digital 18mb raw file; so, you don't. I think that's a good thing. It makes me rethink how i PP digital also.

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    Matt, Very nice. I really like what you are doing with the Porta.
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    Matt! I love those two - esp. the second. Technically wonderful, of course (and Portra IS nice), but the mood and life of the whole scene does it for me.

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    Matt! I love those two - esp. the second. Technically wonderful, of course (and Portra IS nice), but the mood and life of the whole scene does it for me.

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    Happy belated birthday, Matt!

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    Three shots from a roll of Kodak BW400CN, shot with the M2 and 35/3.5 Summaron:

    Minivan Of The Apocalypse, May, 2010

    M2 and 35/3.5 Summaron with a deeeep red filter. Underexposed on Kodak BW400CN. Guess it's more than a two stop difference. More like three or four.

    Tiny Amp Town, May, 2010


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Here's a couple more. The singer to the right's face was slightly blown out. Probably just outside the metering? Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Nice Tone,Color & Facial Grooving Expressions, Matt!

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    Excellent Tone,Contrast,Composition & Cute Factor!

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    Scooter In Her Spot, May, 2010
    Great tones - her fur looks yummy. A couple of fuzzy grey cats used to own me, they were delightful critters.

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    Thanks, Steve!

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    2. M7, Kodak Portra 400
    I especially like this one - the joy is well captured.

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    I especially like this one - the joy is well captured.
    I concur!

    (and thanks for the comment of my shot of Scooter!)

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    From the M4-P with the 50/2 Jupiter-8 lens and Kodak BW400CN film, scans again by Walgreens, touched up in Lightzone:

    Bagging The Greens, Old Cheney Farmers' Market, May 9, 2010


    Wise Oven Bakery, Old Cheney Farmers' Market, May 9, 2010


    Matt And Jen, Old Cheney Farmers' Market, May 9, 2010


    Wise Oven Bakery, Old Cheney Farmers' Market, May 9, 2010


    Wandering Children, Old Cheney Farmers' Market, May 9, 2010

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    Happy belated birthday, Matt!
    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Three shots from a roll of Kodak BW400CN, shot with the M2 and 35/3.5 Summaron:

    Minivan Of The Apocalypse, May, 2010

    M2 and 35/3.5 Summaron with a deeeep red filter. Underexposed on Kodak BW400CN. Guess it's more than a two stop difference. More like three or four.

    Tiny Amp Town, May, 2010


    Scooter In Her Spot, May, 2010
    Maggie: Thank you. Nice B & W. Minivan's very cool. Nice technique. Also like Tiny Amp Town and Scooter's always a photo treat. Cheers, Matt

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    Nice Tone,Color & Facial Grooving Expressions, Matt!
    Those two women really get into their singing and playing.

    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    I especially like this one - the joy is well captured.
    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    I concur!

    (and thanks for the comment of my shot of Scooter!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    From the M4-P with the 50/2 Jupiter-8 lens and Kodak BW400CN film, scans again by Walgreens, touched up in Lightzone:

    Bagging The Greens, Old Cheney Farmers' Market, May 9, 2010


    Wandering Children, Old Cheney Farmers' Market, May 9, 2010
    Maggie: These are great!! I especially like the first and the last. Excellent captures, compositions, and tone. Cheers, Matt

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    Thank you so much, Matt!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Maggie: These are great!! I especially like the first and the last. Excellent captures, compositions, and tone. Cheers, Matt
    +1 from here. And on the ones above, the van, Scooter, etc. Thanks for sharing Maggie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Maggie: These are great!! I especially like the first and the last. Excellent captures, compositions, and tone. Cheers, Matt

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    Sorry i somehow missed these Excellent Shots Maggie!

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    Thanks you guys; you really made my day with your kind words!

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    So, I did my own scan of some of the farmer's market pix and here they are:

    Wise Oven Bakery, Old Cheney Farmers' Market, May 9, 2010




    Wandering Children, Old Cheney Farmers' Market, May 9, 2010


    Here's some Coolscan-scanned Ektar shots from Saturday:

    MCB At Pioneers Park, May, 2010


    Photographing The Columns At Pioneers Park, May, 2010



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    Maggie, Your scans rock. I love the Ektar color and I can see a huge difference in the market pictures. Look back at the man in the beret (his face, his hand), the highlight control. You did a great job massaging those drugstore scans, but your scan is much better.

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    Thanks, Cindy! I really like how they all came out.

    I was really impressed with what the Nikon scanner could do; I'm gonna stick with it or something similar from now on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Maggie, Your scans rock. I love the Ektar color and I can see a huge difference in the market pictures. Look back at the man in the beret (his face, his hand), the highlight control. You did a great job massaging those drugstore scans, but your scan is much better.
    Maggie: +1. Your scans are much better then Walgreen's! They're a lot smoother. I like your Ektar photos too; especially the one of MCB. I didn't know the Greeks had been to Lincoln? Could be the Romans that visited; but, i think those are Greek Ionic column. Cheers, Matt.

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    Here are some images from my 1st rolls with my M5. I only had it a few weeks at this point.

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    50mm f/1.1 Nokton


    50mm f/1.1 Nokton a few weeks later


    35mm f/1.4 Nokton SC


    Hope these are 1st time posts on the images...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    So, I did my own scan of some of the farmer's market pix and here they are:
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    Great ones Maggie
    I'll have to try Ektar 100...A little touchy I hear though.

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    [QUOTE=Maggie O;210437]So, I did my own scan of some of the farmer's market pix and here they are:]

    Wandering Children, Old Cheney Farmers' Market, May 9, 2010


    Here's some Coolscan-scanned Ektar shots from Saturday:


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    Here are some images from my 1st rolls with my M5. I only had it a few weeks at this point.

    35mm f/1.4 Nokton SC


    Hope these are 1st time posts on the images...
    Excellent work!

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    Great ones Maggie
    I'll have to try Ektar 100...A little touchy I hear though.
    Thanks! I can't tell you much about the Ektar- that was the first roll of it I've ever shot. I did notice that there were some wildly different qualities between frames, but I can't tell you why.

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    Thanks, Steve!

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    Maggie: +1. Your scans are much better then Walgreen's! They're a lot smoother. I like your Ektar photos too; especially the one of MCB. I didn't know the Greeks had been to Lincoln? Could be the Romans that visited; but, i think those are Greek Ionic column.
    Thanks, Matt! I really liked that Nikon scanner. I've got a Plustek 7300 now, it's not nearly as nice, but still way better than Walgreens. I'm wrangling for a trade on the Nikon.

    Those columns have a crazy backstory, I'll let a photo tell the tale:



    Short version- they used to be part of the US Treasury building in the 1800's.

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