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Old 03-30-2009   #81
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Canon 1n with Canon 20-35mm/2.8 L LENS IN Scotland:
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Old 03-30-2009   #82
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Old 04-01-2009   #83
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Old 04-01-2009   #84
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Old 04-01-2009   #85
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I recently turned four Nikons into one Mamiya, and am now getting to grips with my new toy:


(M-S 110mm f/2.8 W, Neopan Acros, Mamiya RZ67 Pro II.)
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Old 04-01-2009   #86
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Since I'm still looking for my first RF. Here are a couple of my SLR favs. This was taken with a Nikon F4s and a 50mm 1.8 E nikkor. Film was Ilford XP2 at 400
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Old 04-01-2009   #87
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This was taken with my FM2 some years back
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Old 04-01-2009   #88
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Crofter on the isle of Barra

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Old 04-01-2009   #92
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Old 04-01-2009   #93
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In response to Mary's tree roots:

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Old 04-04-2009   #95
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Two nightshots from the beach-restructuring at Hook of Holland:

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Chris!! beautiful roots! I'm always glad...
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Chris!! beautiful roots! I'm always glad...

... to find another tree person! Thanks for posting that.

here's something from last night on Ocean Drive in Miami Beach



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Old 04-04-2009   #98
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Marduk,
you painted a Turner with a camera.
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Chris!! beautiful roots! I'm always glad... ... to find another tree person! Thanks for posting that.

here's something from last night on Ocean Drive in Miami Beach



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I'm afraid I have nothing in my collection to match that!
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A couple of old Africa shots - I'm slowly working through these for a project at the moment. These are Blyde River Canyon in South Africa shot on Kodachrome 64 with my AE-1 either the 50 1.8 or 28 2.8 in 1995.

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Old 04-14-2009   #102
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"I think the camera is something of a nuisance, in a way. It's recalcitrant. It's determined to do one thing and you may want it to do something else. You have to fuse what you want and what the camera wants. It's like a horse...you get to learn what it will do."
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Old 04-14-2009   #103
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Awesome shots everyone, love that last one of the boy and flower.

Here are a few recent...


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Old 04-15-2009   #104
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First post on the Rangefinderforum, sorry it has to be right in the SLR board

I sometimes photograph cars for reviews, which I do with a slr (yes, on film. In this digital world ).

Nikon F80, Nikkor 50mm f/1.4, polarizer, Superia 200. Car needed a city 'look':







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I do most of my shooting on the streets, in and around Toronto.
All shot with Nikon manual focus film cameras, and various Nikkor and third party prime and zooms from a previous century.

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rbsinto those are great. I especially like the first one.

Also, thanks to everyone to posting and keeping this going.
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F3HP / Tri-X


F3HP/24.2.8/Tri-X



F3HP/28.2.0/Tri-X



F3HP/28.2.0/Tri-X



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Something older:




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Love other films though I do, I don't think anything will ever fully replace Tri-X for me. It just has that look.
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Winter time with FM2n/Nikkor 50mm/f1.8 and Fujichrome Sensia 400
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Winter Sunrise with FM2n/Tokina 19-35mm and Fujichrome Sensia 400
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All taken on a D200 with either 50mm Nikkor or 10-20mm Sigma.











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Ooh, pretty. I like all of them. The expression on the kids face is great.
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Some shots from a roll of Kodak BW400CN I put through my Praktica MTL-50 with a freshly acquired Industar-61 L/Z lens; yes the white specs are dirt on the scanner









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are you using actions in ps to get these nice film colours?
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From today's Boston Marathon:


The lead women


The men's winner

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"are you using actions in ps to get these nice film colours?
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Nope, I just faff with the wiggly lines in Lightroom. I've tried presets but they always seem to harsh.
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