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Some more shots from my Yashica Mat 124G after a few months traveling together...
Old 12-05-2011   #1
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Some more shots from my Yashica Mat 124G after a few months traveling together...


Lethbridge, AB by Forever nomad, on Flickr

Lethbridge, AB by Forever nomad, on Flickr

Lethbridge, AB by Forever nomad, on Flickr

Lethbridge, AB by Forever nomad, on Flickr

Lethbridge, AB by Forever nomad, on Flickr

Lethbridge, AB by Forever nomad, on Flickr

Lethbridge, AB by Forever nomad, on Flickr

Lethbridge, AB by Forever nomad, on Flickr

U.S. 2, North Dakota by Forever nomad, on Flickr

U.S. 2, North Dakota by Forever nomad, on Flickr

Brooks, AB by Forever nomad, on Flickr

Brooks, AB by Forever nomad, on Flickr

Brooks, AB by Forever nomad, on Flickr

St. James, MN by Forever nomad, on Flickr

St. James, MN by Forever nomad, on Flickr

All shot with the new Portra 400 over the last three months.
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Old 12-05-2011   #2
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Those are really nice images. A real clarity about them. Gotta love the square.
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Great shots, thanks for sharing!!

That last one reminds me so much of my home...
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Agreed on the clarity, indeed! The General Lee shot is my favorite, for childhood memory reasons only
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Beautifully exposed images, great look to them and interesting that you have no people in any of the shots ... i like the feel.
I have just purchased a 124G and it's about to go away for a service, any words of wisdom for a guy new to a TLR?
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These have a sense of melancholy and bleakness to them that really gives them impact ... the slightly washed out colours are perfect here.

Very good images IMO!
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Thanks for that, guys!

@Bgb: The funny thing is that I noticed the absence of people in all of my pics after a while, like I was trying to avoid them or something.
The only advice that I can give you is, if you are coming from a non square way of shooting, take it easy. It takes some times to get comfortable with it, it's a bit of relearning composition or kinda adding some new spices to your personal mix. Enjoy!

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