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    May, 1972. Seattle's Fisherman Terminal. The fishing fleet's getting ready to head North for the season. I went with them a couple of years later. Cheers, Matt







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    Matt,

    Very cool. Fleet doesn't look hugely seaworthy to me, hope they made it back!

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    Hasselblad 500CM and Portra 400. One minute exposures, with lighting courtesy of a Saab low-beam






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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Matt,
    Very cool. Fleet doesn't look hugely seaworthy to me, hope they made it back!
    Scott: Thanks. Most of them made it back. The ones that didn't are probably still in a Ketchikan bar. In general, the fishing boats were extremely well maintained. I'm speaking from experience maintaining one.

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    Scott: These are really neat. Very creative. Somebody should be coming out with their hands up! I like the detail and texture of the weathered wood in this light. Looks like a newish electrical service? It's still be used?

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    Really loving my Fuji GW690III and Ektar. All these taken on Independence Pass in Colorado.

    "Sunny 16" exposure estimations. Lab Dev/Scan.


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    Mike, those are really beautiful, I can see why you like that combo

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Really loving my Fuji GW690III and Ektar. All these taken on Independence Pass in Colorado.

    "Sunny 16" exposure estimations. Lab Dev/Scan.


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    Mike, I hope everyone looks at the slideshow. Your photos have such a 3-D look to them. I understand why you love the camera. Beautiful photography!

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    May, 1972. Seattle's Fisherman Terminal. The fishing fleet's getting ready to head North for the season. I went with them a couple of years later. Cheers, Matt







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    I could spend hours looking at your archives. You have a wonderful body of work done by your younger self.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Mike, I hope everyone looks at the slideshow. Your photos have such a 3-D look to them. I understand why you love the camera. Beautiful photography!
    Thanks for looking, Cindy, and for your nice comment! I can highly recommend the Fuji.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
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    Scott: Great lines and graphic quality.

    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Really loving my Fuji GW690III and Ektar. All these taken on Independence Pass in Colorado.
    "Sunny 16" exposure estimations. Lab Dev/Scan.
    Slideshow
    Mike: Beautiful place and photos. IQ's very good. I enjoyed your slide show. Nice website, too, BTW.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    I could spend hours looking at your archives. You have a wonderful body of work done by your younger self.
    Cindy: Thank you very much. It's fun scanning them and bringing them back to life.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
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    Scott: Superlative image quality! The colors, textures and compositions are great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Mike, those are really beautiful, I can see why you like that combo
    Thank you, Scott! Sorry I missed your comment before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post

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    Mike: Beautiful place and photos. IQ's very good. I enjoyed your slide show. Nice website, too, BTW.

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    Cheers, Matt.

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    Thanks, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I really like the overlapping composition and start whites of the hulls here. When I was doing a lot of watercolor painting I would definitely have wanted to paint this. Maybe when I get back to it, I will, if that's OK with you.

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    Very well seen.

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    I really like the tones/texture/color on the junction box in this one, esp contrasted with the rougher wood and tangle of wire.

    I really thought hard about buying a 'blad before I bought my Fuji. I still think hard about it . Maybe someday.

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    Matt, Mike -- thanks!

    Mike, I bought the 'blad a few months ago, and then I couldn't resist Cindy Flood's Mamiya 7 when it was available a few weeks ago. They are both great, and offer very different shooting experiences -- go for a 'blad too they are great!

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    Scott,

    I love the detail and textures in these shots. Nice work.
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    Scott,
    I really like the Hassy shots, especially the 3rd and both shots from the Mamiya 7. I'm glad that you are enjoying the Mamiya 7.

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    I really like the overlapping composition and start whites of the hulls here. When I was doing a lot of watercolor painting I would definitely have wanted to paint this. Maybe when I get back to it, I will, if that's OK with you.
    Mike: Thank you! Watercolor away. It's an art, I greatly admire, but never seemed to get right. for you. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Matt, Mike -- thanks!
    Mike, I bought the 'blad a few months ago, and then I couldn't resist Cindy Flood's Mamiya 7 when it was available a few weeks ago. They are both great, and offer very different shooting experiences -- go for a 'blad too they are great!
    Mamiya 7, Delta 100 stand developed in HC100

    Scott: These are great! You've got a collection of MF's now. Cheers, Matt.

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    Thanks Matt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Matt, Mike -- thanks!

    Mike, I bought the 'blad a few months ago, and then I couldn't resist Cindy Flood's Mamiya 7 when it was available a few weeks ago. They are both great, and offer very different shooting experiences -- go for a 'blad too they are great!

    Mamiya 7, Delta 100 stand developed in HC100



    I'll probably own a 'blad at some point. I'd have to figure out which camera(s) and lens(es) to give up first, though. I love them all. So, it's tough .

    I really like this photo, though I see certain technical things that some might not care for (flare, black blacks). On the other hand, the geometry is undeniably interesting, as is the overall arrangement of tones and textures. Good stuff!

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    Chameleon indeed! Excellent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Really loving my Fuji GW690III and Ektar. All these taken on Independence Pass in Colorado.

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    These are beautiful, the slideshow is great. I love the contrast of the brick colored hues of the landscape with the aqua sky - the Ektar was perfect for this.

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    Couple of fall color shots with the Rollei 2.8F and Ektar 100. Cornell's Newman Arboretum.



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    One and two are my favorites in this wonderful series. I really like your POV in the first.

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    Great photos!

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    Couple of fall color shots with the Rollei 2.8F and Ektar 100. Cornell's Newman Arboretum.
    scho: Nice detail and color. Beautiful photo. I've heard that the winters in Ithaca can be a little harsh, so, you're probably enjoying the Autumn.

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    Great photos!


    scho: Nice detail and color. Beautiful photo. I've heard that the winters in Ithaca can be a little harsh, so, you're probably enjoying the Autumn.
    Thanks Matt,

    Yes, winters here are harsh and very long. Autumn is my favorite season.
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    Couple of fall color shots with the Rollei 2.8F and Ektar 100. Cornell's Newman Arboretum.



    Carl, I missed these. Very nice. The Rollei suits your style. You have some beautiful fall colors which you have captured well. (Ektar is my favorite color film and it worked great for fall color for you.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Carl, I missed these. Very nice. The Rollei suits your style. You have some beautiful fall colors which you have captured well. (Ektar is my favorite color film and it worked great for fall color for you.)
    Thanks Cindy. I also like Ektar and the vibrant greens remind me of velvia slide film.
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    That is a beauty!

    How do you like this lens overall? I am in the market for a 50mm.

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    I just got a Fuji Klasse W, darn nice little camera. It will probably be even better when I figure out how to use it - the freaking manual is only in Japanese.

    From the first test roll (Ektar), the second image converted to B&W in Silver Efex Pro.




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    I just got a Fuji Klasse W, darn nice little camera. It will probably be even better when I figure out how to use it - the freaking manual is only in Japanese.

    From the first test roll (Ektar), the second image converted to B&W in Silver Efex Pro.



    Claire,

    These look great. Did you get the black or silver model? Sweet looking camera.

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    I got the black one. The kit I got came with the lens hood and case, usually they are extra. The build quality is very nice, it's a little smaller than I expected, and lighter. Very easy to take everywhere. Everything on the roll I shot was exposed properly, and the autofocus is quicker than I expected - at least as good as my Canon G10.

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    I just got a Fuji Klasse W, darn nice little camera. It will probably be even better when I figure out how to use it - the freaking manual is only in Japanese.

    From the first test roll (Ektar), the second image converted to B&W in Silver Efex Pro.



    Claire: These are really excellent! Nice compositions. Great IQ, color, and contrast. Looked at it on Ebay. Cool camera.

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    I am really in deep smit with Medium Format at the moment...














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    ScottG, You are really going to town. I would be hard-pressed to pick a favorite from this set. They are all wonderful.

    Would you comment on the aspects of Hassy vs the Mamiya 7?

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    ScottG, You are really going to town. I would be hard-pressed to pick a favorite from this set. They are all wonderful.
    A big PLUS ONE from this corner. What a stunning run of top-quality photographs!

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    A big PLUS ONE from this corner. What a stunning run of top-quality photographs!
    +2 Beautiful work Scott and another vote for MF.
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    Cindy, Maggie, Carl -- wow, thanks for the encouragement!

    Cindy, the Hassy and Mamiya are really 2 different animals. The Hassy is unlike any camera that I have used, and honestly that is a large part of its appeal. Square format, big, heavy, loud shutter, but also brilliantly engineered. Focusing is fast and easy, and I love the 150mm Zeiss Sonnar, it really fits with what I have been shooting lately. Handheld shooting is not a problem. I normally just carry a camera with a wrist strap and put a few rolls of film in my pocket. The Hassy is too big for that, so I have shoulder strap on it, but the size doesn't really bother me.

    As you know better than most, the Mamiya is very portable, and unbelievably quiet. Very much like a large Leica M. Easier to shoot handheld than the Hassy, especially at slower shutter speeds. I am slightly burned out on rangefinders, so the Hassy is getting more use at the moment, but I plan to use the 7 more frequently soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott G View Post
    Cindy, Maggie, Carl -- wow, thanks for the encouragement!

    Cindy, the Hassy and Mamiya are really 2 different animals. The Hassy is unlike any camera that I have used, and honestly that is a large part of its appeal. Square format, big, heavy, loud shutter, but also brilliantly engineered. Focusing is fast and easy, and I love the 150mm Zeiss Sonnar, it really fits with what I have been shooting lately. Handheld shooting is not a problem. I normally just carry a camera with a wrist strap and put a few rolls of film in my pocket. The Hassy is too big for that, so I have shoulder strap on it, but the size doesn't really bother me.

    As you know better than most, the Mamiya is very portable, and unbelievably quiet. Very much like a large Leica M. Easier to shoot handheld than the Hassy, especially at slower shutter speeds. I am slightly burned out on rangefinders, so the Hassy is getting more use at the moment, but I plan to use the 7 more frequently soon.

    Thanks for the info, Scott....... I don't need a Hassy...no...I don't need a Hassy...no...I don't want a Hassy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Thanks for the info, Scott....... I don't need a Hassy...no...I don't need a Hassy...no...I don't want a Hassy.
    I waited 34 years to get my first Hassy; hopefully I will quit with five. :>)

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