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    Those look great, Claire! I especially like the shot of the boats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    I developed this roll of Rollei Retro 80S in 1:100 Rodinal (semi-stand) tonight. The negs came out pretty dense, I probably could have shot this roll at 160 instead of 80.

    From late this afternoon, with a storm brewing. It was just kind of crappy out, so I took a drive over to Haulover Marina.

    After more fooling around with the new scanner, the scans are getting better.
    Nice look to these. I love the look of the water in that last one. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks Maggie & Lloyd.

    I stayed up half the night playing with Silverfast. Rescanned a couple:

    Tri-X/Rodinal:


    Rollei Retro80S/Rodinal (managed to pull more detail form this scan):

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    Claire, Nice set. I love the tones on the fishing boat photo- and there is lots of nice detail, too.

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    Here are some of Neopan 1600 at 400:





    I forgot that I had already shot half the roll during a wedding several years ago...and apparently in the mirror...whoops:





    Finally, here are some on delta 100:
    Printing intro cards for my photo lab:


    A day out in the country:



    Tired after dinner:
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    Stuart....Magnificent Set!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Thanks Maggie & Lloyd.

    I stayed up half the night playing with Silverfast. Rescanned a couple:

    Tri-X/Rodinal:
    This Is Awesome...Again!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    Thanks Maggie & Lloyd.

    I stayed up half the night playing with Silverfast. Rescanned a couple:

    Tri-X/Rodinal:


    Rollei Retro80S/Rodinal (managed to pull more detail form this scan):
    Oh, yes. Very nice!
    I think you improved your scanning equipment.

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    Stuart....Magnificent Set!!!
    I concur! Lovely work, Stuart!

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    Thank you both!
    My photos are here: http://www.stuartrichardson.com and more recent work here: http://stuartrichardson.tumblr.com/ Please have a look at my book!
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    stuart: that set is beautiful!!

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    Summitar with xp2.


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    Summitar with xp2.
    Beautiful image, Anthony. The tonalities here are simply superb.

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    Summitar with xp2.

    Made of 100% feline awesome.

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    The M2, loaded with Kodak BW400CN and the 35/3.5 Summaron:

    Wine and Texting, May, 2010

    Scanned with the Nikon Scan software on the Coolscan V ED.

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    The M2, loaded with Kodak BW400CN and the 35/3.5 Summaron:

    Wine and Texting, May, 2010

    Scanned with the Nikon Scan software on the Coolscan V ED.
    Magnificent!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    Summitar with xp2.

    Excellent tone,contrast,DOF & Backside!

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    Magnificent!!!!!!
    Thanks, Steve!

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    Some more shots from the last M2+35/3.5 BW400CN roll:

    Dad Goes To PT, May, 2010


    Bob In The Window, May, 2010


    Mikey On The Couch, May, 2010


    Dom On Guard, May, 2010


    Bob Dreams of Freedom, May, 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Magnificent!!!!!!
    Wow. I agree. Amazing light, and wonderful tonality.

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    Wow. I agree. Amazing light, and wonderful tonality.
    Thanks, Lloyd! The light was prefect that night, as was the weather! (and the Prime Rib Mikey made was out-of-this-world FANTASTIC!)

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    Thanks all. I am very appreciated.
    I'm just starting to like the xp2. but it just costs too much... and now home darkroom has been re-build. No need xp2 anymore. cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Stuart....Magnificent Set!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    I concur! Lovely work, Stuart!
    Stuart: A belated +1. Very nice! Cheers, Matt.

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    Tokengirl/Khc1013/Maggie: Very nice photos posted the last couple of days!!! Thanks for sharing. Cheers, Matt.

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    Maggie, Dad,Dom,mikey & Bob.... Important,Special Group, Shot With Love!
    NICE!

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    Matt, Steve: Thank you!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Richardson View Post
    I forgot that I had already shot half the roll during a wedding several years ago...and apparently in the mirror...whoops:


    Whoops is not how I'd describe it, more like a happy surprise. That's fantastic!

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    M6, 75 Lux, Portra 400, Costco Scan

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post

    M6, 75 Lux, Portra 400, Costco Scan
    Steve: Very surreal! PP and scan suits. Your image name says "peace"? What exactly is the statue portraying? Nicely done. cheers, Matt

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    Dramatic! (tho' you've got me wondering what the color original looks like)

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

    1. M7; Kodak T-Max 400


    2. M7; Kodak T-Max 400


    3. M7; Kodak T-Max 400


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    some random shots both taken by 35mm summilux pre-asph.



    opening night of the university avenue project by a local photographer - wing young huie
    more info: www.theuniversityaveproject.com/

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    Steve: Very surreal! PP and scan suits. Your image name says "peace"? What exactly is the statue portraying? Nicely done. cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Dramatic! (tho' you've got me wondering what the color original looks like)
    Matt & Maggie...B&W Crop Came From This.....Hence The Crop!



    Wasn't Too Happy With This...
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

    1. M7; Kodak T-Max 400


    2. M7; Kodak T-Max 400


    3. M7; Kodak T-Max 400


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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    some random shots both taken by 35mm summilux pre-asph.


    opening night of the university avenue project by a local photographer - wing young huie
    more info: www.theuniversityaveproject.com/
    Very Nice Anthony!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Matt & Maggie...B&W Crop Came From This.....Hence The Crop!

    %<snip>%

    Wasn't Too Happy With This...
    Thanks!
    Good call!!! Here's to the "printing" part of making a picture! Well done!

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    Steve: Very surreal! PP and scan suits. Your image name says "peace"? What exactly is the statue portraying? Nicely done. cheers, Matt

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    +1. Very spooky!

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    Good call!!! Here's to the "printing" part of making a picture! Well done!
    Steve: I agree. It would have been a totally different picture. Different vision. Those names really represent a cross-section of heritages.

    Also thanks for your comment on my post. I need to carry three cameras at once to keep up! Maybe a Leikon that's both digital and film? Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt.

    1. M7; Kodak T-Max 400

    I love the tones in this one - perfectly balanced!

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    Very Nice Anthony!
    Anthony: +1. The University Avenue Project looks very interesting. At $12.95, that book's a bargain. Thanks for sharing. Cheers, Matt.

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    I love the tones in this one - perfectly balanced!
    Tokengirl: Thank you!

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    I was previewing a few office buildings for a client late Thursday afternoon on Brickell Avenue (Miami's Wall Street). The leasing agent at 1450 Brickell, the newest office building on the street, took me up to the 21st floor to see a corner suite. I looked out the window and was instantly mesmerized by the approaching storm. M6 was in my bag, loaded with T-Max 100. I removed the lens hood and put the lens right up against the glass. The leasing agent thought I had lost my mind.

    Wait 'till she sees this.


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: I agree. It would have been a totally different picture. Different vision. Those names really represent a cross-section of heritages.

    Also thanks for your comment on my post. I need to carry three cameras at once to keep up! Maybe a Leikon that's both digital and film? Cheers, Matt.

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    Hummm, it won't quote the quote...so:



    My name isn't "Steve."

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    Thank you all.


    Matt, I am glad you are interested in it. Wing is now one of my favorite artists. The photographs in there are very beautiful and meaningful, total worth your money. There are 2 volumes. I think the second one comes out at the end of the Summer?

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Anthony: +1. The University Avenue Project looks very interesting. At $12.95, that book's a bargain. Thanks for sharing. Cheers, Matt.

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    Fremont Draw Bridge. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post

    Also thanks for your comment on my post. I need to carry three cameras at once to keep up! Maybe a Leikon that's both digital and film? Cheers, Matt.

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    Maggie & TokenG...Thank You!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    I was previewing a few office buildings for a client late Thursday afternoon on Brickell Avenue (Miami's Wall Street). The leasing agent at 1450 Brickell, the newest office building on the street, took me up to the 21st floor to see a corner suite. I looked out the window and was instantly mesmerized by the approaching storm. M6 was in my bag, loaded with T-Max 100. I removed the lens hood and put the lens right up against the glass. The leasing agent thought I had lost my mind.

    Wait 'till she sees this.

    Love It!

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    Fremont Draw Bridge. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Nice Crop,Great Colors & Lines!!! (One More Day Brotha....Go Get Em!!!)

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    Ok, it's getting tough to keep up here. Great stuff everyone... Claire, Matt, Maggie, Anthony, Steve!! Keep it coming!
    (Steve, just when I thought this was a Safe for Children thread? Need to reclassify it, Cuz! Ok... I'm just jealous... of your rugged good looks... and of the cameras too.)
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