Joshua Tree – a few of my color MF (56k warning)

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  1. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Rolleiflex - Agfa optima 100
    Print scans – Epson 4180


    1) Joshua tree - in the camp grounds
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    2) A young tree (i think) - near tail head to an old mine
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    3) Brush - near tail head to an old mine
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    The morning of the first day before meeting up at the campsite, I drove thru the pack and stop at a few places one them was an area call the Cactus Garden, took numbers 4 thru 7 then

    4) Cactus - The Cactus Garden
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    5) Cactus - The Cactus Garden
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    6) Cactus - The Cactus Garden
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    7)Cactus - The Cactus Garden
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    OoOoOoOo...as if the Medium Format bug wasn't biting hard enough...Awesome shots!!! I love that last one. The texture is so good you can almost feel it.
     
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    Ditto Hobbes' comment. I especially like #4. Got anymore?
     
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  4. Jeff Canes

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    I have a few more color MF of JT but none I really like. I am working on developing my MF & 35mm B&W. Likely will end up taking it to the lab this weekend.

    PG - The batteries came today thanks
     
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    I really like them, but they seem a bit blurred. Nice shots nonetheless!
     
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    sorry about the batteries jeffery jefferson mcjeffries!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:


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  7. Jeff Canes

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    Not sure what you mean by “blurred”. But Agfa films tend to be soft. And can be made even soft by pulling 25-50 iso below the film speed, but developed normally. I chose to shoot this film hoping it would be forgiving, Because, I was shooting the film in camera with no light meter or ISO setting.
     
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    No big deal, you could have keep them
     
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    the last two closeups of the cactus (i think they are cactus) plants are sweet
     
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    those are joshua trees, interestingly enough. nice pictures
     
  11. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Here's another fan of Photo 4 - and hey: you took these with a Rolleiflex? Wow. Evokes memories from way back when my dad used to take out the Rolleiflex for "special photos", that is 35 - 40 years ago! ;)

    And I like the "pas de deux" of the Joshua Trees in Photo 5. Don't you think they look like ballet dancers? At least the larger ones in the background?
     
  12. Jeff Canes

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    Thanks for all the positive comments.:heart:
    My favorites are numbers 7 & 1
    And I add some description info just clear thinks up.
    Yes, LaFoto they do kind look like dancers:wink:
     

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