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    Sorry guys,

    didn't want to post and run. I simply forgot about it. Thanks about the nice comments. Yes the Rollei 6008 and the Mamiya 7 are a good pair.

    @Stuart: I like the one of Sigga, where she looks to the side best, the one where she looks directly into the camera is a bit destroyed for me by the gloved hand at the bottom. Maybe a crop would work, but then the nice square has vanished, which works so great for portraits.

    Something new from me:
    This time four images from my the Mamiya 7 + 80mm + Konica Centuria 400 stitched together as averical panoramic in CS4. The light wasn't that great (especially in the sky), but let's say I was a bit exposed and couldn't wait for better light. :O)
    Just hope this doesn't break something here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by msglueck View Post
    Sorry guys,

    didn't want to post and run. I simply forgot about it. Thanks about the nice comments. Yes the Rollei 6008 and the Mamiya 7 are a good pair.

    @Stuart: I like the one of Sigga, where she looks to the side best, the one where she looks directly into the camera is a bit destroyed for me by the gloved hand at the bottom. Maybe a crop would work, but then the nice square has vanished, which works so great for portraits.

    Something new from me:
    This time four images from my the Mamiya 7 + 80mm + Konica Centuria 400 stitched together as averical panoramic in CS4. The light wasn't that great (especially in the sky), but let's say I was a bit exposed and couldn't wait for better light. :O)
    Just hope this doesn't break something here...

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    Wow, Marcus! One hell of an impressive image. A "bit exposed"? That's like "a little bit pregnant", isn't it?

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    thanks! kind of. It's done handheld while walking on the Camino del Rey. I was protected by climbing gear and a steel rope. but still scary to stand that close to the drop-off without holding something rigid.

    here is a link with some information. on the panoramic photo there you can see from where my photo has been done. that's the opposite direction.

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caminito_del_Rey

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    Here's another one. At the moment I have a bit time to catch up on the developing and scanning.

    Mamiya 7, 80mm, Fuji Neopan 400, D-76 stock, 6min 24C
    Strolling along the Brague river close to Valbonne, Provence Alps Cote d'Azur, France catching some of the lovely light in the south:


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    msgleuck: That looks almost like an IR shoot, nice.


    Pentax LX 50mm M f1.4. I don't often use the 50mm lens.




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    So I find this exposed roll of film in a box with some of my darkroom gear - processed it yesterday and discover that I shot it in 2005 - luckily with a Nikon F5 which had a databack - so the date is recorded in between frames - probably with a 70-200VR. It's a whole bunch of shots of my children from 4 years ago - a real gem of a find for a parent! This is Emma at 4...

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbo View Post
    msgleuck: That looks almost like an IR shoot, nice.


    Pentax LX 50mm M f1.4. I don't often use the 50mm lens.
    Beautiful shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Hutton View Post
    So I find this exposed roll of film in a box with some of my darkroom gear - processed it yesterday and discover that I shot it in 2005 - luckily with a Nikon F5 which had a databack - so the date is recorded in between frames - probably with a 70-200VR. It's a whole bunch of shots of my children from 4 years ago - a real gem of a find for a parent! This is Emma at 4...
    Lucky find indeed, and a beautiful portrait.

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    Kafka.


    Pentax MX 100mm f/4 Bellows.










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    Quote Originally Posted by turbo View Post
    Kafka.


    Pentax MX 100mm f/4 Bellows.
    Wow. Very cool sequence. Tack sharp, great light too. Nice indeed.

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    Wow. Very cool sequence. Tack sharp, great light too. Nice indeed.
    Thanks, Lloyd. The lighting was provided by a home-made macro flash I built back around 1980. I mounted two flash tubes on the sides of a Cokin lens hood. It's all manual, but I've been using it for so long now that I intuitively know what to set the aperture to for a given bellows extension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbo View Post
    Thanks, Lloyd. The lighting was provided by a home-made macro flash I built back around 1980. I mounted two flash tubes on the sides of a Cokin lens hood. It's all manual, but I've been using it for so long now that I intuitively know what to set the aperture to for a given bellows extension.
    Nice. If it ain't broke... And it certainly ain't!!

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    Turbo, I'm really impressed. I'd love to see a picture of the home-made macro flash set-up.

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    Turbo, I'm really impressed. I'd love to see a picture of the home-made macro flash set-up.
    Thanks, Cindy.

    The flash head is built around a Cokin lens hood. The switches on the back allow me to turn on/off each flash tube, so I can get some side lighting if wanted. The socket connects to the batteries and flash electronics.






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    @turbo:
    lovely shot. especially like the dear which I didn't see at first.

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    I inadvertently posted this on a thread "Black and White pics, show yours!!!" that I didn't realize was for 4/3rds cameras.....so here it is in a more appropriate spot.

    The Maxine in Seward Alaska. Pentax 67, Ilford FP4. Scanned with an Epson V750 Pro, printed with an Epson 2400 on 13x19 Ilford Gold Fibre Silk paper for an upcoming print exchange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    I inadvertently posted this on a thread "Black and White pics, show yours!!!" that I didn't realize was for 4/3rds cameras.....so here it is in a more appropriate spot.

    The Maxine in Seward Alaska. Pentax 67, Ilford FP4. Scanned with an Epson V750 Pro, printed with an Epson 2400 on 13x19 Ilford Gold Fibre Silk paper for an upcoming print exchange.

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    Gorgeous image.

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    Thanks, Cindy.

    The flash head is built around a Cokin lens hood. The switches on the back allow me to turn on/off each flash tube, so I can get some side lighting if wanted. The socket connects to the batteries and flash electronics.





    Thanks for sharing, Turbo. It is a very cool setup. I wish I had skills to put together something like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    I inadvertently posted this on a thread "Black and White pics, show yours!!!" that I didn't realize was for 4/3rds cameras.....so here it is in a more appropriate spot.

    The Maxine in Seward Alaska. Pentax 67, Ilford FP4. Scanned with an Epson V750 Pro, printed with an Epson 2400 on 13x19 Ilford Gold Fibre Silk paper for an upcoming print exchange.

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    This is a beauty, Gary.

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    Thanks for the kind words Lloyd and Cindy. Wish I could say this was recent work, but I think I took that photo 10+ years ago. I don't get out as often as I should anymore. I think another trip to Seward is called for...it's an interesting town in a very beautiful location. I'll have to check and see if the Maxine is still sitting there.

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    Beautiful shot Gary

    Here is a bad neg but got Good memories....quite a number of years ago
    Minox / Restaurant in NYC ...
    A shot of Eric with our Dear Old Friend Jimmy Page
    Amazing - I haven't seen an image of Jimmy Page in years, but picked out his face in that image on a fast scan through this post! What a gift that guy's talents are to us!

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    M4-P and CV 28 f/1.9 Ektar 100

    Red Canyon, Utah



    Looking over Bryce Canyon, Utah

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    [QUOTE=Cindy Flood;152668]M4-P and CV 28 f/1.9 Ektar 100

    Very nice, Cindy. Great shots, and of one my favorite places in the world.

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    Thanks, Lloyd. This is one of my favorite places in the world, too.

    BTW, I just realized I put it in the wrong thread. It should have been in the Leica M thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Thanks, Lloyd. This is one of my favorite places in the world, too.

    BTW, I just realized I put it in the wrong thread. It should have been in the Leica M thread.
    I noticed it was the M4-P, but I say it works anywhere!!

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    Here's an Xpan snap with the 30mm on Velvia 100... last week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Hutton View Post
    Here's an Xpan snap with the 30mm on Velvia 100... last week.
    Still an amazing camera.

    Nice shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Hutton View Post
    Here's an Xpan snap with the 30mm on Velvia 100... last week.
    That really is a great camera. Other than the Fuji 6x19, not much compares.

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    Don, Beautiful velvia colors.

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    Hassy 500c/m / 80mm / tri-x / window light...

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmawest72 View Post
    Hassy 500c/m / 80mm / tri-x / window light...
    Sweet shot, William! Wonderful portrait, wonderful light.

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    monday morning. mamiya 7/65mm neopan 400/d-76
    Last edited by gallery7; 18th February 2012 at 06:48.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gallery7 View Post
    monday morning. mamiya 7/65mm neopan 400/d-76
    Nice shot, strong image, and especially so when viewed in the largest size. The silhouette really works well.

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    THANX my friend!

    large is the way to go with the mamiya 7!
    Last edited by gallery7; 18th February 2012 at 06:48.

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    THANX my friend!

    large is the way to go with the mamiya 7!
    Another good one... and yes, only seeing the large version can these images really be appreciated.

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    One from my recent trip to Bryce Canyon. This one is from my Mamiya Super and 80 f/1.9 lens using Ektar 100.

    Bryce just before sunset

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    One from my recent trip to Bryce Canyon. This one is from my Mamiya Super and 80 f/1.9 lens using Ektar 100.
    Very nice, Cindy. Bryce is one of my favorite places on earth. We've spent 13 of the last 14 President's Day Weekends there.

    I've always been impressed by your Mamiya work. And that Ektar film is pretty impressive. I've only shot a couple of rolls, but I've certainly been happy with the results.

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    Very nice, Cindy. Bryce is one of my favorite places on earth. We've spent 13 of the last 14 President's Day Weekends there.

    I've always been impressed by your Mamiya work. And that Ektar film is pretty impressive. I've only shot a couple of rolls, but I've certainly been happy with the results.
    Thank you Lloyd. I love going back to Bryce year after year. I found this photo interesting because it shows the hoodoos on the right and the beginnings of hoodoos on the left.
    I'm really excited to be upgrading my Mamiya Super to a Mamiya AFD. I will welcome spot metering.

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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    While we're in the neighborhood of Utah's Bryce Canyon....here's one I took at Zion National Park about 12 years ago with a Pentax 67. This image is from a commercial scan (1750 dpi, not a drum scan) I had done about 10 years ago. I just recently printed this image for a Letter size print exchange. It looks quite good up to about 11x14, but a little soft at 13x19. I'm going to rescan the transparency with my Epson V750 and see if I can get a sharper 13x19 print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    While we're in the neighborhood of Utah's Bryce Canyon....here's one I took at Zion National Park about 12 years ago with a Pentax 67. This image is from a commercial scan (1750 dpi, not a drum scan) I had done about 10 years ago. I just recently printed this image for a Letter size print exchange. It looks quite good up to about 11x14, but a little soft at 13x19. I'm going to rescan the transparency with my Epson V750 and see if I can get a sharper 13x19 print.

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    That is a beautiful image, Gary. The color is gorgeous.

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    That is a beautiful image, Gary. The color is gorgeous.
    Thanks Lloyd. I thought they did a great job with the color of the scan too. Now I just hope to pull a bit more resolution and sharpness out of the transparency....and hope I can match the good color from the lab's scan. This one might even be worth a professional drum scan someday.

    Hope I can get back to Zion, Bryce etc someday for another photo trip. It's a beautiful part of the country.

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    Here's one from Zabriskie Point in Death Valley National Park. Another one of my favorite places. Also with the Pentax 67. I scanned this one with my Epson V750.

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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    Hope you don't mind....I'm working my way thru some old images. This one from Cleveland, Ohio in the early '90s. Nikon F2, Nikkor non-AI 35mm f2 lens, Fuji Provia, Canoscan FS2720.

    Looking forward to trying some of these old Nikkor lenses on my Panasonic G1 soon.

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    Those first two are great Gary! The last one is really interesting too -- especially with all the seagulls...but overall the first two are more to my taste.
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    Here's one from Zabriskie Point in Death Valley National Park. Another one of my favorite places. Also with the Pentax 67. I scanned this one with my Epson V750.

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    Wonderful scan. Very impressive overall.

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    Gary, They are all beautiful, but my favorite is the photo from Zion.

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    Re: More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M

    This photo from spring in Wisconsin was on the roll that I got developed this week.
    Mamiya Super and 80 f/2.8/ Ektar 100/ Epson V700

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    CINDY:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    This photo from spring in Wisconsin was on the roll that I got developed this week.
    Mamiya Super and 80 f/2.8/ Ektar 100/ Epson V700
    Oh, nice!! That is a beauty, Cindy.

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