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Old Oct 24, 2006, 9:23 AM   #61
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You did say something about prices didn't you ?

What!, can't remember can you ?

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This has been one of the most inspireing threads for months! Thanks Ira for the initiative, and thanks everyone for sharing!

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Old Oct 24, 2006, 1:07 PM   #63
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You did say something about prices didn't you ?

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:lol:
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I think he's talking about the high cost of B&W film and a darkroom
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Old Oct 24, 2006, 1:17 PM   #64
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I think he's talking about the high cost of B&W film and a darkroom
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Old Oct 24, 2006, 2:10 PM   #65
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My dad told me, a long time ago, to never make jokes in a foreign language...

I was just trying to get an argument.



The last B&W, Girls at school.



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Great B&W portrait shot. What lens did you use?

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I was just trying to get an argument.



The last B&W, Girls at school.



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Old Oct 24, 2006, 2:56 PM   #67
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Great B&W portrait shot. What lens did you use?

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You don't want to know!

But ok, I made it with my Kodak DX 6490one year ago. ( 25-2-2005 thanks to EXIF.)

The focal length was 51 mm, exposure 1/180 f-number 3.2

I made a black and white out of it for the school calender, and I cropped it this way to make it more atractive than the original one. (Could not find the original one so I give one from the school instead, would make this in another way now, butI did this with a panorama program for the cover of the calender, this one with the pentax, standard lens, raw, five pictures combined to one.))



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My B&W attempt.
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I am glad I didn't start this thread as a competition, I have little to compare with some of the images posted here so far.

Here is one of my favourite Pentax B&W images, sorry to say it was shot on b&w film using a K1000 and my M 50mm f1.7 before digital came along. I call it "Mother-in-law door".



And here is a digital image shot with my DL and kit lens at 18mm.



I am enjoying this.

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Here's one of mine!
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