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Old 08-14-2018   #201
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It might be User Control Panel > Edit Options > Thread Display Options > Visible Post Elements > Make sure Show Images is ticked.

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Old 08-15-2018   #202
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Taking a ferry:

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Somewhere in the house, I'm not sure where or I'd scan it, I have a photo of my son aged four sitting on this boulder. He's 28 now, and the boulder is still just sitting there.


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Old 10-03-2018   #204
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Somewhere in the house, I'm not sure where or I'd scan it, I have a photo of my son aged four sitting on this boulder. He's 28 now, and the boulder is still just sitting there.


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That would be a wonderful image to share if you can find it!
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That would involve an enormous sorting out of the basement! But going forwards in time, here he is this year:

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Old 10-04-2018   #206
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More XP2:


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F6, XP2, HC-110, X1:


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Finishing the roll:


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Old 06-30-2019   #209
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Must be just me using an F6.
F6, 1.4/85mm, Speedlight SB-600, XP2 Super @ISO 200, HC-110, X1 scan:

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Old 07-06-2019   #211
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Here we go - 35mm film, versus APS digital. Same subject, same flash(!), just 20 years in between. Oh, the film is the more recent one!


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In the red corner we have an F6, 1.4/85mm, Ilford XP2 Super, Kodak HC-110, Hasselblad X1 scan, and in the blue corner a Nikon D70, and some forgotten kit lens. Both photos used the same Nikon Speedlight, though the D70 on the right side used its tiny supra-prism light as a trigger, thus providing some fill light, whilst the F6 had no such capability and the flash was hard wired and the only light available. I can't say I have learnt much this last twenty years, but there we have it. Subjects grow, but their photographers maybe do not.
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Here we go - 35mm film, versus APS digital. Same subject, same flash(!), just 20 years in between. Oh, the film is the more recent one!
Film vs Digital by chrism229, on Flickr
In the red corner we have an F6, 1.4/85mm, Ilford XP2 Super, Kodak HC-110, Hasselblad X1 scan, and in the blue corner a Nikon D70, and some forgotten kit lens. Both photos used the same Nikon Speedlight, though the D70 on the right side used its tiny supra-prism light as a trigger, thus providing some fill light, whilst the F6 had no such capability and the flash was hard wired and the only light available. I can't say I have learnt much this last twenty years, but there we have it. Subjects grow, but their photographers maybe do not.
Your post got me worried that time had escaped somehow but wikipedia lists the d70 from 2004... mind you the last calendar I had was many years ago
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You mean it was just 15 years ago? And Thomas was 13 in the photo? You must be right, and it's all an illustration of how parenthood alters time perception. Let that be a warning to all you young'uns out there......
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Old enough to shave this way. The soap in the bowl is home made and involves way more chemistry than anything I've ever done in a darkroom!


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Hey Chrism, really nice work. Is it true that you used an AF-S Nikkor 28 - 300 for many of the above shots? I had never heard of that lens. You seem to be making it work really well with your F6. Care to comment on your use of it?

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Hey Chrism, really nice work. Is it true that you used an AF-S Nikkor 28 - 300 for many of the above shots? I had never heard of that lens. You seem to be making it work really well with your F6. Care to comment on your use of it?

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To be specific, it is an AF-S Nikkor 28-300mm 1:3.5-5.6G ED VR. If you care to read Ken Rockwell, he reviewed it here.
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F6, 28-300, XP2, HC-110, X1 scan:

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Nice picture! Did the supposedly-coupled-to-AF matrix metering arrive at this exposure by itself? Or did you compensate?
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F6 and Nikkor 55 1.2 AI with Adox CMS II 20 film + ND6.

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