A&P pics from my RB67

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  1. IntheWorks

    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    finally got some stuff developed from my Mamiya.

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    they might be a little bit crooked... and I need to adjust that.
     
  2. TheEvil1

    TheEvil1 Hell is other people OT Supporter

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    ummmm 67, i really want one but cant afford the Pentax ATM

    i guess my 4x5 will keep me company

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  3. lilcheen

    lilcheen New Member

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    in the works, the first picture is awesome,.. I think it would look better with the light behind the tree on the left, photoshopped out. Its flare is destracting, and takes away from the "center" of the picture.
     
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    great pix!.... whats your exposure on the first pic?
    im looking into getting a rb67 in the future. i have a d70. how much more technical is it to use one of those babys?
     
  5. focusralf

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    blue label is nice!
     
  6. presidente

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    is that stars i see in the pics or just a dirty lens or something
     
  7. tenplanescrashing

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    photos look awesome.
     
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    damn...nice shots..what are the benefits of these mf cameras over digital (besides larger printing)?
     
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    Crisp beautiful.
    Nice work.
     
  10. tenplanescrashing

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    actually, can you explain the difference between your camera and others?
     
  11. ibewill

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    Nice. I'm waiting on a roll of 120 i shot to get back from the lab. It's the first roll I've put through my Yashicamat 124g tlr in like a year or two. 6x6.
    Medium format FTW.
    I'm thinking about getting some slide film and cross processing it once i'm done shooting off the roll that is in it right now.
     
  12. IntheWorks

    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    it's a lot more set up than a DSLR... there's no on board metering system, so you have to have some kind of light meter, or in my case, just bracket stuff since I don't have a meter yet.
     
  13. IntheWorks

    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    :dunno: I don't see stars or anything in either pic. If your talking about the stars from the lights, that because of the extended exposure.
     
  14. IntheWorks

    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    for me it's that I prefer to shoot film over digital.

    well, for starters it much larger and heavier. It's also 100% mechanical, so there are NO electronic parts in the camera. No batteries to die in the middle of a shoot, no electronics to go haywire. the big difference is in the size of the negatives. a 120 6x7 negative is much larger than a standard 35mm negative, which allows much larger prints, and much greater detail which is great for cropping. And one of the neatest features IMO is that the back is removeable... so if you have multiple backs (the back is what holds the film) you can load one back with B&W film, and one with color, and switch back and forth between them in the middle of a roll. Also, with the RB67, the back revolves, so if you want to take a portrait style shot, instead of rotating the camera like you would with a 35mm or DSLR, you just rotate the back.
     
  15. IntheWorks

    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    I prefer to shoot slide film, but it's been a chore finding it. It's getting difficult to even find 35mm slide film at our local labs, let alone 120 film.
     
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    there are some light specs above the red brick building in the background. they look like stars to me as well :o
     
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    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    ok.. I see it now.. it's either a star, or a dust spec from the scan....
     
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    hash browns lolcathlon champion OT Supporter

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    you're no tomash
     
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    i like them alot :coold:
     
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    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    that's the greatest compliment I've ever received. :mamoru:
     
  21. tenplanescrashing

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    thank you! thats awesome!
     
  22. Zulu

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    Great exposure and quality but the composition and subject matter are pathetically boring. No offense but I can't lie and say that they're at all interesting. :sad2:
     
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    need drum scans in order to fully appreciate the quality of larger film.
     
  24. joy division

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    the quality in the pics fucking BLOWS me away..the second shot, the colors down in the middle are so vibrant. shit
     

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