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3 hours ago, Canonier said:

Mamiya 645 AF, AF 2,8/80mm, Fuji NPS 160, Scan by myfilmlab.de

Well done for spotting this, and wonderful colours too.

2 hours ago, atournas said:

Wallpaper (film unknown).

Paul

Wow, cool Paul, like tear in the matrix.

2 hours ago, Matisse said:

Hindu wedding, Malaysia

Leica M 3, Elmar 50,  Ektachrome 64

This is a very nice colourful glimpse into a special day.

1 hour ago, gbealnz said:

Some more Ektar in HK.

Gary

Very nice Gary, a place I've always liked to visit. Which camera and lens?

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8 minutes ago, philipus said:

Very nice Gary, a place I've always liked to visit. Which camera and lens?

It's a great city, we usually stop a few nights as we wend our way home, recommended.

Certainly the R6, it was the body I used for colour, and I'm guessing the Summicron 35mm.

Gary

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16 hours ago, Doc Henry said:

Really impressive shot Adam  and what look wow ?

Perfect color 

Best H

 

16 hours ago, philipus said:

If you happen to find yourself on the island of Gotland, don't miss the "rauks", these tall stone formations of limestone located at several points along the coast. They result from abrasion of softer stone, actually of the coral reef of which most of Gotland is made. This field - Langhammars - is on the western side of the sister island of Fårö (of Ingmar Bergman fame) just to the north of Gotland. It's rare to see so few tourists here. Normally the place is flooded (damned Instagram). But this was in late May last year, just before the tourist season began.

The palette is quite cool, in part because I pulled the film to EI100 (which I normally do with all C41 except Ektar) and in part because I am currently not using my Eizo as my video card is busted, so I'm relying my old Cinema Display.

Btw, just in case anyone was wondering, on Gotland they don't play rock'n roll, but rauk'n roll :rolleyes: 


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85/1.8 pre-AI Portra 160 (EI100) X1

love that palette, Philip.  Really lovely.

6 hours ago, Canonier said:

 

Mamiya 645 AF, AF 2,8/80mm, Fuji NPS 160, Scan by myfilmlab.de

This is awesome.  Just love the colors and the elegant composition.  Welcome and thanks for sharing!!  

6 hours ago, Sparkassenkunde said:

Waves once more:

 

Rollei Prego micron - Konica 200

Really good one, James.  So simple but sometimes that all you need :)

6 hours ago, Canonier said:

 

 

two simple but beautiful stones in the right light: that's all it sometimes needs. Taken with a black Canon AE-1 and a chromenose FD 1,8/50mm that was built in 1971 on Arista EDU 200 (aka Fomapan 200). Scanned by myfilmlab.de

"simple yet beautiful" - well said!

5 hours ago, atournas said:

Kew Gardens, London, in early 90s, Kodak Gold 400 ASA.

Paul

 

Wow, Paul.  This is awesome.  Really one of your best.  The green is so perfect and the layers of subjects gives the scene great depth.  and then there are the clouds.  Really love this!

3 hours ago, gbealnz said:

Some more Ektar in HK.

Gary

 

 

Lovely, Gary.  My experience to HK wasn't so great.  Schlepped my SWC and all I got was smog.  Nothing spectacular IMHO.  A real shame.  

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I might be alone, but this woman just exudes "soul."  I'm a sucker for "soul" 😍

Portra 400 ♥️

M-3, 28 cron.

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Am 29.1.2019 um 01:50 schrieb A miller:

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Lovely. The blue patch of sky seems perfect.

Best,

Wayne

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[Please don't quote images - thanks! Andreas]

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