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Old 12-16-2016   #761
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Old 12-17-2016   #762
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Christmas donkeys - 2016.

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It works okay then! Nice shot
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Nice pic too .

Yep, the Flexaret is nice to use, and the lens is good. It will take a little getting used to, but I think we'll get along fine.
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Old 12-31-2016   #767
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Absorbed by William Jusuf, on Flickr

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^^^ Both excellent shots from Hong Kong. I'd love to visit one day.

Really looking forward to getting out and using my new 3.5F. Still waiting for my strap to arrive and I'm too clumsy to handle it without one.
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Gee, I know the picture is reversed in the finder, but in scans too? But then, I've never used a Flexaret.
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Proving we can grow oranges in the frozen north.


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C330f, 80mm 2.8. Foma 100, xtol 1+1. First ever scan - Epson 750. Slightly altered in Lightroom.

Something that could have been done differently in scan/post-processing?
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C330f, 80mm 2.8. Foma 100, xtol 1+1. First ever scan - Epson 750. Slightly altered in Lightroom.

Something that could have been done differently in scan/post-processing?
Yes, next time put the film in the scanner the right way 'round

Apart from that - great portrait!
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Yes, next time put the film in the scanner the right way 'round

Apart from that - great portrait!
Haha - I was wondering why they make the jackets like that! Thanks!
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