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10 hours ago, Keith (M) said:

Brilliant in both senses.  Bravo you!

Thanks, Keith!

5 hours ago, philipus said:

Some street from Amsterdam last summer


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24/2.8 AI SB-30 Velvia 100 X1

love the classic colors, Philip!  Amazing!

4 hours ago, JMF said:

Fundação Niemeyer, Niteroi by JM__, on Flickr

BW conversion of Cinestill 50 - SWC

This one is stunning, Jean-Marc.  Very surreal! Bravo!!

2 hours ago, Michael Hiles said:

This is the entrance road into June Blake’s garden. It is a few miles south of Dublin. Worth a visit, like all in Ireland.

 

Very beautiful, Michael!

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8 hours ago, philipus said:

Kubrick would have been very impressed by the discovery of this new Moon monolith. Or is it in fact the one he found, partially lit by the sun's rays as they clear the lunar horizon or perhaps that lovely thing called Earthshine? Whichever it is the palette is truly sublime as is your assembly of the fields. Rog, you have such an impressive collection now it's time to look for a gallery, wink wink.

Such great titles: Moon Monolith, Lunar Horizon, Earthshine!  Thanks for the wink, wink, nudge, nudge and the support.  Time has a habit of running out, doesn’t it?  I am still trying to have fun at intermission. 

 Cheers, Rog🎬

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10 hours ago, philipus said:

[...] What a truly terrific street scene! Where was it taken? [...]

It's an old shot and I can't recall but, from the other scans of the same day, I reckon it was taken in Ioannina, Epirus, Greece.

Paul

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5 hours ago, JMF said:

Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Niteroi, Brazil by JM__, on Flickr

Cinestill 50 - SWC

These shots are great! A few years ago I sold the beautiful 1966 SWC I once had. Now I think it's the one Hasselblad I should have kept...

James

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vor 19 Stunden schrieb philipus:

Wow Jörg, abstrakte Fotografie wird nicht besser. And from a technical perspective (pun intended because why not? :) ) how in the heck did you manage to line up the verticals on a rangefinder? Great, just great.

Thanks a lot, Phil!

It was a lucky shot, I only had to tilt in PS a little bit :)

Regards Joerg

P.S. The photo shows these cooling towers (same roll as above):

Edited by joergel

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1 hour ago, christoph_d said:

It was quite dark, 100 ASA wasn't really enough, and she was lively moving while we were talking. Predictably the result isn't particularly sharp, but for me at least, I caught something of here character. 

M5, 2.8/40, Polypan@100

 

Sharpness is secondary. You've captured the character of the person well.

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18 hours ago, Ernest said:

Folds V
M-A APO 50mm ADOX Color Implosion

 

oooh, Santa Fe motif - love it!

14 hours ago, gbealnz said:

While likely not the romantic that Philip is, his Valentine Day red rose suggestion piqued my interest, and having a few spare frames on the roll to finish meant I wandered our dry as at the moment garden.

R9 with 90 Summicron

Agfa Vista 200

Gary

 

 

Fantastic colors - love that rose!

3 hours ago, JMF said:

Thanks James, 

I like it so much I bought a second one ! 

 

Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Niteroi, Brazil by JM__, on Flickr

 

Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Niteroi, Brazil by JM__, on Flickr

 

Cheers, Jean-Marc.

These re brilliant, Jean Marc.  Love that red against the blue sky.  wow.

3 hours ago, christoph_d said:

It was quite dark, 100 ASA wasn't really enough, and she was lively moving while we were talking. Predictably the result isn't particularly sharp, but for me at least, I caught something of here character. Busker girl. 

 

M5, 2.8/40, Polypan@100

 

love it, Christoph.  Very authentic expression.  

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1 minute ago, Rennrocky said:

Brandenburg Linhof 612 Rollei RPX 400

 

 

lovely!

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