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Gotta agree with you about the 203FE Stuart. One of the best in-camera TTL meters I've ever encountered. Since you started with the film thing ... might as well ...Great shots guys! In particular, I really like the first horse shot Graham -- excellent lighting. Here is an older one which I am sure some of you have seen, but I figured I would throw it in here.
The thing that impresses me most about the 203FE is the exposure -- it is just spot on all the time. Shooting slide film with it is so easy compared to other cameras...other than the M7, which also does it. I think they both have similar metering areas...
Victor:What are we looking at?
and what was it motivated you to take this?
:ROTFL::ROTFL::ROTFL::ROTFL::ROTFL: I can't stop laughing.Victor:
In California, along a secluded stretch of coastline, we have a nuclear power plant. It uses the nearby ocean for it's cooling pond, taking in sea water from a half-kilometer up-current and then discharging it down-current near the power plant. Where this shot is taken is at the discharge station, and what the area looks like.
thank you.Beautiful images James. I must say, however, that your gallery makes it hard for me to look at them. I am on a broadband connection, but each image takes 15-20 seconds to load and change...it is a bit of a problem. At least they are worth the wait!
Loads quickly for me Jim.thank you.
i've noticed over the past few days, the performance from that server has been suffering. i've sent an email off to the admin to see what's up. i hope that will be fixed shortly