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  1. Taylor R

    Taylor R TPF Noob!

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    first posttttt
     
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    love the 1st shot. looks like a fun hill to bomb
     
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    Like the B&W, very crisp shots :thumbup: is that digital or scanned film ?
     
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    A Bronica is a medium format film camera. Film Shots
     
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    thanks guys!
     
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    I agree, I'd shred my longboard on it. :lol:

    Cool shots for sure. I like number 1 the best. :thumbup:
     
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    Not that many people are aware of it, but Bronica's lenses were noted as some of the BEST medium format lenses in terms of bokeh; many older MF systems used those German-made lenses with awful heptagonal diaphragms and had bitingly-sharp optics with all the spherical aberration corrected out, leading to harsh, yucky bokeh... Bronica's Japanese-based ideas behind lens design and lens drawing issues were very different.

    The old Zenzanon 150mm, the pre Pro Series model, was a known awesome bokeh lens.

    I like your first skateboarding photo--nice point of view. The dog shot isn't so good, and the wooded scene is actually pretty decent. Good monochrome conversions too!

    Disclosure statement: I am a Bronica owner as well! SQ-A baby, all the way, And SQ-AM.
     
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    Just wait until it snows.....
     

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