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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    All nice, but that last one is magic!!!
    +1. It is indeed magic!!! and RVP50 rocks!!!
    Wish I have my laptop with me, so I can upload the ones I developed last night.
    I have an hour to kill before next class

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    another from chicago.
    Trix/rodinal 1:100 stand dev.


    ... by khc1013, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgeorge911 View Post
    Shot at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum last weekend:

    Untitled-49_Ice-2.jpg by reed_flickr, on Flickr
    M4-2, Summicron 50mm f2, Fuji 400 print film
    rgeorge911: Excellent capture! Like the looks on the two people in the left background.

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    Chicago
    Ilford panF+ 50/Rodinal 1:100 stand development.
    35mm summilux pre-asph.

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    Anthony, you are really on a roll here lately! Great work, man.
    Anthony: +1. You are on a roll. I really like the women waiting for the train.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    All nice, but that last one is magic!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    +1. It is indeed magic!!! and RVP50 rocks!!!
    Wish I have my laptop with me, so I can upload the ones I developed last night.
    I have an hour to kill before next class
    Lloyd/Anthony: Thanks. Almost no pp. Velvia really suited the colors in that photo.

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    finally finish my read for the night. good night

    also trix/ rodinal 1:100 stand dev.


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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    finally finish my read for the night. good night

    also trix/ rodinal 1:100 stand dev.


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    Anthony: Excellent photo!

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    I must have a hundred photos of this view: all different. Cheers, Matt.

    M7; Fuji RVP 50


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    Anthony: Excellent photo!
    Thank you

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    here are more. a friend from SF came visit while I was in Hong Kong. We went out and tried all sort of weird things that I wouldn't do by myself.
    that include fortune telling. This was palm reading. enjoy
    trix/rodinal 1:50


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    Trix/ rodianl 1:100. stand dev. a bit of uneven developing... don't know why.
    @Chicago

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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    finally finish my read for the night. good night

    also trix/ rodinal 1:100 stand dev.


    The Hassey Girl by khc1013, on Flickr
    This is really beautiful! The tri-x/rodinal stand development is super nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Some shots from Wilber, NE:



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    How great would it be if that sign said "venison jerky" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    How great would it be if that sign said "venison jerky" ?
    That might just be too much to ask for in this world of ours!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    This is really beautiful! The tri-x/rodinal stand development is super nice!
    Thank you for your kind words

    for some reason I got uneven developing once awhile. I am totally new to this Rodinal stand dev thingy tho.

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    more from Chicago


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    Saturday hike in the woods after mushrooms (and orienteering posts), wife and son checking out a poisonous one with the mushroom app on the iPhone.

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    M7, Fuji RVP 50. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt







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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    more from Chicago


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    Anthony: The fortune teller set really captures a sense of the experience. Thanks for sharing. You see those people; but, I've never got my fortune read. This bus set is really fun. The "giggles" photo's great.

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    Anthony: Excellent presentation. Sometimes showing the film's just a gimmick; but, here, with the juxtaposition of those two photos, it really works!

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    Saturday hike in the woods after mushrooms (and orienteering posts), wife and son checking out a poisonous one with the mushroom app on the iPhone.

    M6, CV 2/28, TriX in XTOL
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    Leif: Beautiful B&W. A mushroom iPhone app is cool.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Some color shots from my M4-P, loaded with Kodak Portra 400NC film:


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    Sprinkler Light, September, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
    Maggie: I haven't seen a Monarch Butterfly all summer. Not even on our butterfly bush, and certainly not on a hydrant! I like the strong contrast in these two.

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    Matt, the color in these is just stunning! I swear, I can smell those flowers!

    Maybe it can lure some Monarch butterflies over?

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    Matt, the color in these is just stunning! I swear, I can smell those flowers!

    Maybe it can lure some Monarch butterflies over?
    Maggie: Thanks. A couple of years ago a lot of them came through. Not this year. They're really fun to photograph with a macro-tele. Cheers, Matt.

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    Maggie: Monarch butterfly photos posted for you here: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showth...d=1#post247716 Post #3002.

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    Off to see them...

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    My niece Mollie and I visited the apple orchard store this weekend. I took the M2 with the CV 35/1.4 Nokton Classic mounted on it and that private label XP2 from Photo Warehouse loaded in it.


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    Provia 400x

    ... by khc1013, on Flickr

    Trix with Rodinal 1:100

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    ... by khc1013, on Flickr

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    nice set maggie,

    this reminds me of Halloween is on it's way.
    Have not been celebrate for the few years, hopefully I will get the time to do that this year.
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    more from chicago


    who cares about the giant "mirror bean" by khc1013, on Flickr


    These are accidentally double exposed Hong Kong x Chicago. First roll of Ektar100. Many of important shots that I wanted to do for so long back at home, and they are all ruined. But here are some that came out somewhat interesting.


    The Pink Elephant. by khc1013, on Flickr


    The Pink Elephant. by khc1013, on Flickr


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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    nice set maggie,

    this reminds me of Halloween is on it's way.
    Have not been celebrate for the few years, hopefully I will get the time to do that this year.
    Thanks, Anthony!

    I think it's a little early to buy pumpkins for Halloween. But they've got lots of them.

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    This is just fantastic, Anthony! So much energy and character in this shot.

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    Maggie and Anthony: Outstanding!! Now, i really feel like an underachiever.

    Maggie: Nice detail in the B&W's. I like "Snack Bar" and "In and Out". I didn't know that you had apples in Nebraska? Caramel apple pie, that's "Value added"!

    Anthony: Sorry about the dbl. exp.; but, they are cool! Love the color one in the first set and the B&W in the second set.

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    Maggie and Anthony: Outstanding!! Now, i really feel like an underachiever.

    Maggie: Nice detail in the B&W's. I like "Snack Bar" and "In and Out". I didn't know that you had apples in Nebraska? Caramel apple pie, that's "Value added"!
    Thanks, Matt!

    Oh yeah, we've got lots of apples in the region. As a matter of fact, Iowa's Loess Hills region is some of the finest apple growing land in the world, along with being beautiful and more bio-diverse than most of the state.

    Also, caramel apple pie is just about the best thing on Earth. Oh, how I love it! The apple turnovers are pretty awesome, too.

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    speaking of apples... num num num.
    anyone tried honey crisp? It's in season!! I think it's Minnesota only thought. But they may have export them to other states.
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    Thanks, Matt!

    Oh yeah, we've got lots of apples in the region. As a matter of fact, Iowa's Loess Hills region is some of the finest apple growing land in the world, along with being beautiful and more bio-diverse than most of the state.

    Also, caramel apple pie is just about the best thing on Earth. Oh, how I love it! The apple turnovers are pretty awesome, too.

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    Something I got back from last weekend.
    Kodak Protra 160vc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    speaking of apples... num num num.
    anyone tried honey crisp? It's in season!! I think it's Minnesota only thought. But they may have export them to other states.
    I don't remember honey crisp from my 13 years in Minnesota!!! What is it?

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    here you go.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honeycrisp

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    I don't remember honey crisp from my 13 years in Minnesota!!! What is it?

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    Ah, I'd left the state by the time those were in wide circulation.

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    definitely, need to try some if you are visiting MN next time. They are in season until Oct?

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    Ah, I'd left the state by the time those were in wide circulation.

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    Pix of my boys! (same camera/film/lens combo as the others)


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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    more from chicago


    who cares about the giant "mirror bean" by khc1013, on Flickr


    These are accidentally double exposed Hong Kong x Chicago. First roll of Ektar100. Many of important shots that I wanted to do for so long back at home, and they are all ruined. But here are some that came out somewhat interesting.


    The Pink Elephant. by khc1013, on Flickr


    The Pink Elephant. by khc1013, on Flickr


    The Pink Elephant. by khc1013, on Flickr

    The first shot is beautiful (she is too) and love Pink Elephant and your Hassie lady friend.

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    Very nice. I especially like Mollie and the Stig.

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    Anthony: for the little "gopher"
    Mollie: for "Mollie and the Stig" and "Badass Bob"

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    M7; Fuji Velvia RVP 50. Thank for looking. Cheers, Matt.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Here's a few more shots from Saturday's trip:


    Mollie and The Stig, September, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
    I love the way you caught her on her toes - nice catch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    Trix/ rodianl 1:100. stand dev. a bit of uneven developing... don't know why.
    @Chicago

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    I've had the same result with Rodinal stand dev - sometimes the lack of agitation produces this result. The inconsistent results I obtained drove me back to shorter times with 5-minute agitation, still with 1:100.
    Chris

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    Here is my favorite bob again... miss him meow... hehe
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    Pix of my boys! (same camera/film/lens combo as the others)

    Badass Bob, September, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
    Thank you Cindy. very appreciate
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    The first shot is beautiful (she is too) and love Pink Elephant and your Hassie lady friend.
    You make me want to finish up the rest of the velvia in my freezer. But they are just too expensive to process here. Super vivid!!
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    M7; Fuji Velvia RVP 50. Thank for looking. Cheers, Matt.



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    interesting, how do you do it now?
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    I've had the same result with Rodinal stand dev - sometimes the lack of agitation produces this result. The inconsistent results I obtained drove me back to shorter times with 5-minute agitation, still with 1:100.

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    Initally, I wanted to do a series of racers' protrait for the http://www.babesinbikeland.com. It was epic and hetic. I showed up sick and unprepared. I was totally overwhelmed. Oh well, hopefully I will prepare better next year.

    all are portra 160vc at 100.
    and yeah more to come.


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    Taken this at the http://www.babesinbikeland.com. This little gopher is adorable. He went behind his parents just to avoid strangers when people tried to talk to him. I was just sitting on the floor waiting for this shot.


    The Peacock Groove dropout by khc1013, on Flickr
    a prize frame from last year or two ago. very beautiful!!


    Erik Noren by khc1013, on Flickr
    Erik Noren, IMO, the best frame builder in Minnesota!! I wish I have one of his frame.


    Landon... by khc1013, on Flickr
    Landon, a well-known cyclist in the community. In a dress, promoting the race. He used a helmet camera to film one of the local favorite during the race.

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    Very nice. I especially like Mollie and the Stig.
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    Mollie: for "Mollie and the Stig" and "Badass Bob"
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisN View Post
    I love the way you caught her on her toes - nice catch.
    Quote Originally Posted by khc1013 View Post
    Here is my favorite bob again... miss him meow... hehe
    Thanks, gang!

    If y'all could send Bob some good vibes, he could use them today- he's having a rough day with an upset tummy.

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    Mom and Dad and I (with M4-P, J-8 and XP2) went to one of Mollie's soccer games last night:

    Grandpa's Walker, September, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    Goalie, September, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    The Ref, September, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    On The Sidelines, September, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    Out of Bounds, September, 2010 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

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