B & W Pics

Discussion in 'Cameras and Photography' started by chillwolf, Dec 22, 2009.

  1. restorer-john

    restorer-john Super Member

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    What I like about that pic is the complete lack of scale- it makes for an interesting interpretation.

    It could be very small rocks on the beach or really huge ones shot from a long way up.

    :)
     
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  2. onepixel

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    It was a good sized one, a ways up. :)
     
  3. onepixel

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    B&W Challenge 6 of 7.

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  4. onepixel

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    B&W Challenge 5 of 7.

    I found my late mother's recipe box with one of my favorite recipes.

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  5. Telecolor 3007

    Telecolor 3007 I love old stuff

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    Some old ones...

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  6. qvisten

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    Konica T3
    Konica hexanon 50mm f1.7
    Ultrafine Extreme 400@1000
    Souped in 1:100 rodinal for an hour.


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  7. old_tv_nut

    old_tv_nut See Yourself on Color TV! Subscriber

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    I looked at your Flickr account - very nice stuff!

    Can you post a link directly to this photo full size (or at least larger)?
     
  8. qvisten

    qvisten Member

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    Thank you :)

    Sure :) I uploded it to Flickr(first time i a long while that i do that, i have not touched a camera for a year or so until last week)

    [​IMG]Thorens by qvists, on Flickr
     
  9. Ethan25

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    snow crystal, taken this morning using a Panasonic ZS100 with a Helios 44M-5 reversed

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