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Interesting theme. I'm looking forward to seeing how it will be interpreted.
Taken last Friday. GS645S, XP2, front lit w/ direct flash, backlit w/ Coleman lantern. 60 sec. @ F5.6.
Nice shot, Bryce. Love the contrast.
Haven't participated in these Salons before but here's one:
Kiev 4, Jupiter 8(my fake "contax"). Can't remember any exposure data.
If you look carefully down this passage you will see that it is 1913 at the far end. Picture taken at Beamish Museum in August with Zorki 1 and Industar 22, film is Agfa XRG 200 asa and exposure guessed using the sunny 16 rule.
maybe it's me but the link doesn't work :)
EDIT: now it's ok ...thanks! Nico
Here's my passage - taken on the Lakeside railway
Leica M3 Summicron DR 50 Ilford Delta 100 pretty much wide open.
Ooh I like your shot very much Silva.
Here's mine attached.
Leica M2, Summitar, Neopan 400
France, Paris (14e), at the end of the day.
Florence 2006. Epson R-D1, 21mm Elmarit, 89B filter.
here is mine:
Shot in Lisbon,
Kiev-4A, Helios-103 1.8/53, Fortepan 400 @ 800 in Rodinal
My entry, Leica M6 0.85 TTL + 50 Summicron, Reala 100 ISO:
... it's a road to...
in the van
Here's mine: "Cyclist" (Leica M4, CV 21/4, Neopan 400)
Is my Minolta x700 a 'rangefinder' camera? otherwise i guess i'm on the wrong photographers list. Sorry, just had to ask.
shot w/ DR Summicron...
To the Bunker ( ROTOR )
Tri-X M6 35 f/1.4 full open
Here is my image.
Canon 7, Canon 50/1.8. FP4+
Olympus XA, Loreto Mexico
I shall try and find something to shoot today, develop it tonight, and post it once it's dry.
I withdrew my entry.
Hey, me too, should have read the rules:o
I must have missed this one completely!!! I forgot about there being a salon this month! good luck everybody who's entered :)
Thanks to everyone who participated this month. There are a lot of great submissions and it will not be easy to choose a winner. I’m traveling this weekend with limited internet access, but I’ll post my selection by tomorrow night. Thanks again!
Thanks for this type of threads. It keep the site active and interacting with members.
And the winner is...
I think Bill Barber's photo really explores the theme on multiple levels. You have a physical passage of course, but a metaphorical one as well, with the young men on a passage to adulthood. Above all, itís just a great photo. Nice job Bill!
The quality of the submissions this month once again reminded me of why I got involved with RFF in the first place. Thanks for the opportunity to participate!
Congrats to Bill. And excellent selection, Bud.
I can only agree it's a great shot, I remember it caught my attention in the gallery!
Well done Bud! :)
Well done Bill, where was it taken?
Oh, OMG, thanks!!!!
photo was taken in Barcelona. I just got back from there last month.
Wonderful photo Bill, congrats!
Bill: Congrats on this succesful image. Well done.
Congratulations Bill! That's a wonderful image. And thanks to Bud for the inspiring theme.
Congratulations Bill; excellent shot.
I also like Budgreen's comment; his approach to the theme is very interesting, and the reasons of his choice are subtle.
Again congrats Bill!
Thanks Bud for selecting my photograph, and thanks for everyone's kind words regarding it. The October thene is "Up close and personal". Please see that thread for information regarding it.
Congrats Bill. Very nice photo - I can look at it for a while and enjoy it. Thanks for posting it!
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