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    Ed what scanner & setting?

    The shot appears to be taken in a dark room, (nightclub?) with a wide open lens. A fine grain texture with soft bokeh reflected in the output.

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    Train Crossing the Locks in Fog ~ Ballard Locks ~ Seattle, WA



    Rose Bush Blooming ~ The Stone Walk Way at Small Lock Control Room ~ Ballard Locks ~ Seattle, WA



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    Ed what scanner & setting?

    The shot appears to be taken in a dark room, (nightclub?) with a wide open lens. A fine grain texture with soft bokeh reflected in the output.
    Canon 8800F,i disabled everything in vuescan except infrared clean set to light and scanned in Raw TIFF format, then made some colour recovery and adjustments in LR3. The result seems good to me.

    It was taken in a cafe with dim lighting, wide open at f2. I'm totally in love with fuji superia x-tra 400 now, the fine grain it provides is lovely

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    Nice captures, Dan ! The nokton 50 1.5 is a gem, a different beast than a sonnar.
    I have a very old J3 which is a copy of sonnar, it is a very small lens and I love it a lot

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    Train Crossing the Locks in Fog ~ Ballard Locks ~ Seattle, WA






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    Perfect,Contrast,Mood & Flowing Composition Dan!

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    M7, ZM 50 Planar, Portra 160
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    damn dustin nice!!!
    Thanks Matto!

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    Steve, thank you for your kind words, they are appreciated!


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    WOW... that rocks in every way. Those musicians are coming out of my monitor, sound and all

    What film?

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    WOW... that rocks in every way. Those musicians are coming out of my monitor, sound and all

    What film?
    Some Outrageous Film There Dan! Splendid detail,contrast & Street! Can't wait to hit the old neighborhood with ya!

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    Dan: Add my vote here. Really stunning. Love the shots at the Locks as well. Way to rock that film!

    Steve: Loving your film stuff as well, bro. Stellar.

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    Steve, thank you for your kind words, they are appreciated!


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    Whoa! That does not even look like 35mm film. As Jorgen says, it leaps out of the monitor, 3D, great light, tones, details, etc. I never get results anywhere close to that with 35mm (one reason I'm pretty much moved to medium format).

    What is the film, and did you process yourself? If so, what was the process? If not, who did the processing? I can't trust my lab not to completely screw up the scans, if not the processing. Good show! Makes me want to break out the 35mm again.

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    Steve, great job capturing the counterchange here.

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    Whoa! That does not even look like 35mm film. As Jorgen says, it leaps out of the monitor, 3D, great light, tones, details, etc. I never get results anywhere close to that with 35mm (one reason I'm pretty much moved to medium format).

    What is the film, and did you process yourself? If so, what was the process? If not, who did the processing? I can't trust my lab not to completely screw up the scans, if not the processing. Good show! Makes me want to break out the 35mm again.

    Thanks you, Mike, Lloyd, Steve & Jorgen for your kind comments, they are appreciated.

    Jorgen and Mike, the film used was the Legacy Pro 400. My understanding is that the film is re-branded fuji neopan. I picked this film up from Freestyle Photographic Supplies out of Los Angeles. The film had a short date of 9/2011 and was selling for $1.99 a roll or $34.99 for 20 rolls. They also have a Legacy Pro 100 which from my understanding is a re-branded fuji Acros. I have been alternating between this and the Ilford HP5 recently.

    Currently I am having my film processed and scanned onto a High Res CD by Capitol Hill 60 Minute Photo Express Lab Services in Seattle. In this particular photograph I imported to aperture then used Nik pre-sharping at 40%, Nik Define at default setting, then Silver efex pro and adjusted brightness, contrast and structure, then added a soft edge vignette and border.

    Started using a film camera again at the beginning of August, but currently using the electronic darkroom for the finished product. I have enrolled in a Photography Certificate Program at the University of Washington, http://www.pce.uw.edu/prog.aspx?id=6356&tab=Courses that begins in October which includes working in the 'wet' darkroom and will see where that leads.

    I have been enjoying using the MP and working with a film camera again since it has slowed me down and I am thinking about the shot more vs shooting with the M9, crimping and shooting the same shot several times.

    . . . . . most importantly . . . . . I am having fun!

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    Mike & Lloyd, Thanks!

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    Thanks you, Mike, Lloyd, Steve & Jorgen for your kind comments, they are appreciated.

    Jorgen and Mike, the film used was the Legacy Pro 400. My understanding is that the film is re-branded fuji neopan. I picked this film up from Freestyle Photographic Supplies out of Los Angeles. The film had a short date of 9/2011 and was selling for $1.99 a roll or $34.99 for 20 rolls. They also have a Legacy Pro 100 which from my understanding is a re-branded fuji Acros. I have been alternating between this and the Ilford HP5 recently.

    Currently I am having my film processed and scanned onto a High Res CD by Capitol Hill 60 Minute Photo Express Lab Services in Seattle. In this particular photograph I imported to aperture then used Nik pre-sharping at 40%, Nik Define at default setting, then Silver efex pro and adjusted brightness, contrast and structure, then added a soft edge vignette and border.

    Started using a film camera again at the beginning of August, but currently using the electronic darkroom for the finished product. I have enrolled in a Photography Certificate Program at the University of Washington, http://www.pce.uw.edu/prog.aspx?id=6356&tab=Courses that begins in October which includes working in the 'wet' darkroom and will see where that leads.

    I have been enjoying using the MP and working with a film camera again since it has slowed me down and I am thinking about the shot more vs shooting with the M9, crimping and shooting the same shot several times.

    . . . . . most importantly . . . . . I am having fun!
    Amazing results from 35mm 400 speed film! Best of luck with the analog studies. I think you'll find that doing your own processing is very rewarding, if not convenient.

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    Dan, Great Lines & Comps!

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    Thank you Steve for your kind words, they are always appreciated!


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    Dan, excellent framing,balance & lines!

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    + 1 on that Dan. Loving the tonality you're getting in these. Really nice.

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    Thank you Steve & Lloyd for your kind words, they are always appreciated!


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    Dan, Lovely Smile & Shot Of Your Wife! Great Pair!

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    Welcome, Iver. I like the graffiti shot a lot.

    Dan, You are really going to town with the MP. I love the last photo of your wife.

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    A few from this week. M6 and Leica 35 f/2 ASPH, Kodak Portra 160 (the new one)
    Copper Harbor, (Upper) Michigan

    Eagle Harbor Lighthouse, (Upper) Michigan

    Raspberry Island Lighthouse, (one of the Apostle Islands), Wisconsin

    Ruin from Quincy Copper Mine, Hancock, (Upper) Michigan

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    Cool shots, Cindy. Have a very subtle vintage feel to them. Love that old train engine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Welcome, Iver. I like the graffiti shot a lot.

    Dan, You are really going to town with the MP. I love the last photo of your wife.
    Thanks Cindy. I'm just wondering why I am not able to see the graffiti shot I posted in my end? Is there like a special access that I should get in order to see what I posted? I got this message earlier after posting the graffiti shot and the TB shot that a moderator should confirm my post before it will appear on the thread. Some sort of that message I believe. Do you know why?

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    Iver, I can see your photos, so I checked with Jack Flesher. He confirmed that you are approved and that he can see your photos. He suggested that you probably have a cookie issue and need to refresh your browser. Let me know if you have further issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Iver, I can see your photos, so I checked with Jack Flesher. He confirmed that you are approved and that he can see your photos. He suggested that you probably have a cookie issue and need to refresh your browser. Let me know if you have further issues.
    Yes, For some reason I'm still having the same problem. I hope I am not causing too much headache for you guys.

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    Ritual

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    Testament Band

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    Welcome, Iver. I like the graffiti shot a lot.

    Dan, You are really going to town with the MP. I love the last photo of your wife.
    Thank you Steve & Cindy for your kind words, they are always appreciated! I am enjoying the MP and will have to make an effort to dust off the M9 at some point.

    Welcome Iver!

    The photograph that I see is cat & woman being cooled off by the fan! A lovely B/W capture! . . . . . as an FYI, I do not see a graffiti photograph . . . . .

    A quick edit: I just saved the comments and then saw you two photographs that you posted. The ritual looks very interesting . . . . . the picture of the band is outstanding! Love it!



    Cindy beautiful photographs with the M6. I love light houses and the capture of Cooper Harbor is so inviting I want to jump of the dock into the lake. Love the color and the light, wonderful!

    I did order some Porta 160 and having it delivered to my daughters house for my visit back on the east coast next week. Steve, I will send you a email to find out what days look good for you so we can meet up for a a walk about town while I am back in the Boston area.

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    Thank you Steve & Cindy for your kind words, they are always appreciated! I am enjoying the MP and will have to make an effort to dust off the M9 at some point.

    Welcome Iver!

    The photograph that I see is cat & woman being cooled off by the fan! A lovely B/W capture! . . . . . as an FYI, I do not see a graffiti photograph . . . . .

    A quick edit: I just saved the comments and then saw you two photographs that you posted. The ritual looks very interesting . . . . . the picture of the band is outstanding! Love it!



    Cindy beautiful photographs with the M6. I love light houses and the capture of Cooper Harbor is so inviting I want to jump of the dock into the lake. Love the color and the light, wonderful!

    I did order some Porta 160 and having it delivered to my daughters house for my visit back on the east coast next week. Steve, I will send you a email to find out what days look good for you so we can meet up for a a walk about town while I am back in the Boston area.
    Thank you Dan! That's what I'm seeing in my end as well, just the cat, the band and the ritual, no graffiti photos. By the way we have the same name. Dan Iver Ray Aldas is my complete name and nickname is Iver. You have a unique touch in capturing photos which is great. Also the tonality and the grains that adds drama to the photos. May I know the developer that you are using Dan? For the ritual photo, it happens every holy week were devotees re-enact the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

    PS: Great camera! I envy you for having that.
    Last edited by iver aldas; 12th September 2011 at 22:06. Reason: Forgot to mention the ritual photo that Dan commented about.

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    Allah hu Akbar



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    Ten years ago 30,000 people filled the area around the International Fountain at the Seattle Center in the days following 9/11/2001.

    This past Sunday the 10 year remembrance ceremony was attended by dozens. It was moving for those who attended . . . . .

    Flag of Heroes on Display at the Seattle Center 9/11/01 Remembrance Service ~ 2011


    Mayor Mike McGinn arriving to join Senator Maria Cantwell & King County Executive Dow Constantine
    Seattle Center 9/11/01 Remembrance Service ~ 2011


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    Presentation of the Flower Wreaths at the Seattle Center 9/11/01 Remembrance Service ~ 2011



    U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell, Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn, & King County Executive Dow Constantine
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    Iver, Nice light in this set. I suggest that you post the graffiti photo again and see if the problem is solved.

    Dan, I like the processing of the 911 remembrance photos. They have an old-time gritty look...but, your lens renders so 3-D.

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    Iver, Nice light in this set. I suggest that you post the graffiti photo again and see if the problem is solved.
    Thanks Cindy!

    Reposting:

    Graffiti action in PNR(Philippine National Railway)

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    Iver, beautiful captures of Allah hu Akbar! Love the light & glow in the first shot, just a wonderful capture, very pleasing to the eye!

    . . . . . . a very nice graffiti shot as well!

    In a previous post above I explained that I am having my film processed and scanned onto a High Res CD at a Photo Lab in Seattle. In the photographs I import to aperture then used Nik pre-sharping software, Nik Define at default setting, then Silver efex pro and adjusted brightness, contrast and structure, then added a soft edge vignette and border.


    . . . . . and . . . . .

    Cindy & Iver, thank you for you kind comments, they are appreciated!

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    . . . . . a few more from the 9-11-01 Remembrance Service ~ 2011 at the Seattle Center.

    Mayor Mike McGinn Shaking Hands with a Firefighter


    Laying a Flower at Remembrance Memorial Site


    Laying a Flower at Remembrance Memorial Site



    Discussing the 9/11 Remembrance Memorial Site with the Children



    Visiting the Remembrance Memorial Site


    MP with Leica Summilux-M 35mm f1.4 ASPH

    Slideshow of all photographs processed for the 9/11 Remebrance day: http://www.flickr.com/photos/2667261...59512430/show/

    . . . . . will be adding a few more.


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    Iver, Amazing & Heartwrenching Photojournalism!!!

    Cindy, Gorgeous Color & Comps!!!

    Dan, Masterful Series & Tribute!!!

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    Iver, Amazing & Heartwrenching Photojournalism!!!
    Thank you sir!

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    Thank you Steve for your kind words, they are always appreciated!


    A few more from this Sunday's 9/11 Remembrance . . . . .


    The Interview


    Congratulating the Son on Interview ~ Seattle Center 9-11-01 Remembrance Service ~ 2011


    The Journalist


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    Iver & Dan...Truly Enjoying Your Film Work!

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    Peg ~ Waiting to Board Train ~ Union Station ~ Seattle, WA



    Pierce County Ferry ~ Photo taken while riding past on Amtrack Train



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    Nice captures as usual, Dan ! What film did you use?

    sorry for being absent for almost a week...

    Moment in life.

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    Ed and Steve, thanks for your kind words, they are always appreciated!

    Ed it appears to be a lovely capture of a 'moment in your life' spur of the moment photograph! . . . . . love the soft bokeh!

    btw, the shot of James was from my last roll of Legacy Pro 400. The shot from the Condo was Ilford HP5.


    Steve look forward to hooking up with you, Joe and Freddy this Friday! See what the weather looks like and talk to you on Wednesday.

    Anyway a couple from a couple of weeks ago.




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    Seattle Waterfront as Viewed from Belltown Neighborhood (6th floor Deck)



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    Ed, excellent selective focus & shot!

    Dan, nice pair! CYA Friday!

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    Ed, A thin slice of DOF, too. Nice.
    Dan, That waterfront photo could never be duplicated by digital (even with the wonderful M9 ).

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