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Old Nov 2, 2008, 2:40 PM   #1
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This is on the Mission Park Greenway in Kelowna, BC.
Early morning, with a Mamiya RB67 with a Sekor 90mm. Exposed on Kodak TMY 400, negatives scanned on CanoScan 8800f.
Slight levels on all, due to I am going to say a cheap scanner, hehe. And I did some burning on the Barkskin one. Couldn't help myself.

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Old Nov 2, 2008, 5:34 PM   #4
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Amazing scans.

Interested why your still using film instead of digital.
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Amazing scans.

Interested why your still using film instead of digital.
Thank you.
Mainly because it is fun. Not to mention the resolution with MF is Ridiculous (with a capital 'R'). So going to custom frame some of these. Also I started off using film with a lomograph type camera, which is super fun and unpredictable. Which is a refreshing change from digital.
Though I really need to shoot more with the Mamiya, I could have replaced my 350D with at least the 40D by now if I had not bought it. Need a better tripod though as my current one is barely able to handle my digital kit. Made me very nervous shooting with the Mamiya attached to it, to say the least. She is a harsh mistress.
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Hey, next step up is a full plate camera.

I went to a guy's studio that has one of those.

He would produce his own prints by washing the silver off by hand, or something like that.

He did "Karsh" like portraits. People never paid, he only did their portraits if he felt like it.
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