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jan normandale 06-22-2011 15:56

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Originally Posted by Sikario (Post 1647935)



Great shot, that's one heck of a sky!
BTW: what's the story on that 'golf cart' ??

jan normandale 06-22-2011 15:58

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Originally Posted by maclaine (Post 1647127)
This is from the first few non-test rolls I've put through my recently acquired 6x7. I only have one lens so far, an older SMC Takumar 75mm f/4.5, and while sometimes I'd really like something a little longer, it's an outstanding lens for walking around if you can only take one lens with you.


Ilford FP4+


That 75mm is a fine lens, it's got a nice FoV for general shooting. I think it's actually better suited as an all purpose lens than the 90mm

Thardy 06-22-2011 16:00

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Originally Posted by jan normandale (Post 1650182)
That 75mm is a fine lens, it's got a nice FoV for general shooting. I think it's actually better suited as an all purpose lens than the 90mm

You seem to get a little more breathing room.

divewizard 06-22-2011 23:03

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Originally Posted by maclaine (Post 1650176)
Great picture, Chris. I've been debating the next focal length to get, and I want something longer. How do you like the 150mm? I can see some vignetting and a tiny bit of barrel distortion perhaps, but neither is offensive to my eye.

Great scan, too. I hate scanning color slides so much, and I've been debating sending off my last few rolls of developed but unscanned Kodachrome to Precision and let them deal with it. The stuff I've seen from them posted on RFF certainly makes a convincing argument.

The good scans from PCV and NCPS is why I started shooting film again. I don't have the time to scan them myself.

I like the 150 quite a bit. I like that it opens up to f/2.8. I also have a 135mm which I like for the close focus ability, and a 200mm f/4. Here is an example from the 200mm.

The Point Arena Lighthouse, Mendocino County, California
Pentax 6x7, Super-Multi-Coasted Takumar/6x7 200mm f/4, Fujichrome Astia 100 (220), Skylight 1B filter, tripod, PCV scan

click on the image to see a larger version
©2011 Chris Grossman

divewizard 06-22-2011 23:21

Mendocino County Seascape, California
Pentax 6x7, SMC Pentac-6x7 45mm f/4, Fujichrome Astia 100 (220), UV filter, tripod, PCV scan

click on the image above for the full sized scan
©2011 Chris Grossman

Sikario 06-23-2011 03:30

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Originally Posted by jan normandale (Post 1650181)
Great shot, that's one heck of a sky!
BTW: what's the story on that 'golf cart' ??

It's a Coco Taxi, a fairly dangerous, but ultimately cheap way of getting around Havana.

By the way, the first shot is of Eyjafjallajökull, in Iceland. :)

gary2881 07-31-2011 16:09

Pentax 67, Acros 100, WD2D+

105 f2.4


150 f2.8


Gary

keytarjunkie 08-30-2011 17:55

This poor thread! Awh. I am back with lots and lots of pictures.





























I still have a lot more film to develop, more coming soon :D

jan normandale 08-30-2011 20:31

I like the float plane shot, where is it?

Instantclassic 08-31-2011 00:08

Decay, youth and nature shots. Great. The 105 is making magic possible.
And you of course.
/H

divewizard 08-31-2011 15:40

Nice work Dale (keytarjunkie)!

Robin Harrison 08-31-2011 15:59

You people do this camera a fine service. I just lost half an hour to an *bay session looking for one of these beauties. It's one of those cameras where the more brass is showing, the better it looks.

Might see if anyone is interested in a trade for my Rittreck 6x6 with 80/2...

keytarjunkie 08-31-2011 16:37

Thanks guys, the float plane was in Mount Desert Island in Maine. 6am on a foggy morning.

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Originally Posted by Robin Harrison (Post 1698448)
You people do this camera a fine service. I just lost half an hour to an *bay session looking for one of these beauties. It's one of those cameras where the more brass is showing, the better it looks.

Might see if anyone is interested in a trade for my Rittreck 6x6 with 80/2...

Now there's a fun camera I've never heard of (but I know the Norita). I'm hoping to step up to a Mamiya 7 in a month or two, so if you decide you want to do it then, you have a deal! ;)

jan normandale 08-31-2011 21:48

KTJ.. I thought the plane might be somewhere in MN or MI... didn't expect ME!

Jaime M 09-01-2011 08:36

I'm waiting in the mail for a Pentax 6x7 and a 105/2.4 Takumar. Was a real good deal for me and I'm very excited because at least I could shot 6x7 format which I like the most.

cnphoto 09-03-2011 16:13

First DIY C41 processing and first roll of the new Portra 400. This Pentax 6x7 is nice :)


Jaime M 09-05-2011 11:03

I've received mine, BIG is the word!

le vrai rdu 09-05-2011 14:30





paulfish4570 09-05-2011 14:43

gorgeous ballerina shot.

keytarjunkie 09-06-2011 07:25

A few more from the insane asylum.






jan normandale 09-06-2011 12:44

Pentax 67

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near Harptree SK: burial marker by jannx, on Flickr

venchka 09-07-2011 06:08

Jan-stunning.
Everyone else-stunning.
The Beast is way overdue for some exercising.

filmfan 09-07-2011 06:15

I will buy a beast at some point this fall.
KEH has kits for ~$400-500

Keith 09-07-2011 06:17

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Originally Posted by cnphoto (Post 1700610)
First DIY C41 processing and first roll of the new Portra 400. This Pentax 6x7 is nice :)



Beautiful ... and the colours from the new Portra are enough to make a shooter weep!

jan normandale 09-07-2011 12:31

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Originally Posted by Keith (Post 1703108)
Beautiful ... and the colours from the new Portra are enough to make a shooter weep!

+1 for what Keith wrote... I think this is amazing

fotomeow 09-10-2011 09:14

WOW. I've always been intimidated by the beastly appearance of the 67, afraid I would achieve chronic low back pain from hauling it around.

These pics just attest to its prowess, and the reason it is still being used by so many. This is the type of camera I would use for night photography in sketchy neighborhoods, since its size and weight will double as a weapon to use in self-defense in case of any danger!

mathias.samuelson 09-10-2011 21:03

2 Attachment(s)
Both of these were shot handheld with a Pentax 67ii and the 105mm f/2.4 on Kodak Ektar 100 (gotta love that film in medium format). Processed and scanned by Precision, super happy with their work!


le vrai rdu 09-11-2011 03:49

cows froms les Vosges


le vrai rdu 09-11-2011 04:18

Gerardmer lake, Vosges, France


jan normandale 09-11-2011 20:34

recent shot Pentax 6x7 + 90mm


YWG : Quinn the Eskimo • Army Surplus
by jannx, on Flickr

cnphoto 09-15-2011 16:22


Don Parsons 09-15-2011 16:48

Great picture cnphoto! That one was from the heart.

Doug 09-15-2011 18:27

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Originally Posted by Don Parsons (Post 1709533)
Great picture cnphoto! That one was from the heart.

+1
Outstanding, with feeling.

cnphoto 09-15-2011 19:55

thanks :) i've found the 6x7 to be surprisingly good for snapshots like this, as it should be given it's essentially just an (MASSIVE) SLR. but it's the size that makes it seem so unwieldly untile you actually pick one up and use it.

j.scooter 09-16-2011 04:27

67 and 165 f4

MikeAUS 09-16-2011 05:42

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Originally Posted by PatrickT (Post 1617696)
Here's one from this weekend. Believe it or not, I handheld it, without the prism, at 1/15s :)


20110509 by patricklikeslight, on Flickr

All the shots with this camera are brilliant. This is stunning. Please post more !

j.scooter 09-16-2011 16:31

67 with 165ls again

charjohncarter 09-17-2011 08:53

It is versatile:


keytarjunkie 09-18-2011 19:51

Wow...never shot b&w in anything larger than 35mm before. :eek: HP5:



And some old expired portra 160nc, sorry about the dust


jan normandale 09-18-2011 20:57

I'll upload one more and that's it for a whle... it's a fun thread!



Detroit MI by jannx, on Flickr


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