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Carburo
09-06-2004, 03:07
Hi,
some random pics.
(Kiev 4A and Jupiter3).

Carburo
09-06-2004, 03:08
Ehm...
Sorry:
http://www.carburo.altervista.org/BI_iaf_00.jpg
http://www.carburo.altervista.org/BI_iaf_01.jpg
http://www.carburo.altervista.org/BI_iaf_02.jpg
http://www.carburo.altervista.org/BI_iaf_03.jpg
http://www.carburo.altervista.org/BI_iaf_04.jpg
http://www.carburo.altervista.org/BI_iaf_05.jpg

Pherdinand
09-06-2004, 04:30
nice; the one with the two kids is great

taffer
09-06-2004, 04:53
Welcome Carburo ! :)

My favorites are #4 (really fun) and #5 (love the composition), hope to see some more soon !

Btw, how can you live with ONLY one Kiev ? ;)

Brian Sweeney
09-06-2004, 04:58
These photo's certainly show the Jupiter-3 as a fine performer! It normally gets "put-down". It looks like it is in the inexpensive fast-glass category, and worth picking one up!

charlesfoto
09-06-2004, 05:13
Excellent exposures, excellent detail. Nice work.

Rich Silfver
09-06-2004, 09:32
Carburo, I agree with what has been said above - excellent sharpness and details. Love the tones as well.
What film and scanner did you use here?

Doug
09-06-2004, 16:58
The first one (numbered 00) is my favorite; it's quite different from the rest, and has an eery and mysterious air to it. The third one (numbered 02) is also very nice.

Carburo
09-07-2004, 08:22
Originally posted by taffer
Welcome Carburo ! :)

My favorites are #4 (really fun) and #5 (love the composition), hope to see some more soon !

Btw, how can you live with ONLY one Kiev ? ;)

NOPE!
I have a Kiev 60 (tuned by ARAX) too...

Carburo
09-07-2004, 08:26
Originally posted by Rich Silfver
Carburo, I agree with what has been said above - excellent sharpness and details. Love the tones as well.
What film and scanner did you use here?

I used an Agfa APX100 film, no metering (only my eye) and a Nikon Coolscan IV scanner. No editing.

I like taking pics with my Kiev only, without the lunasix ;)