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    Oh, I like this one a lot! Wicked composition, and beautifully exposed.

    I've been wondering what you've been shooting lately, Doxx....so glad you shared this one. :D Nice work!
     
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    hehe, I upgraded to medium format :twisted:
    a real nice Rolleiflex TLR - unfortunately I didn't
    have as much time to shoot as I want to...
     
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    Very nice. Sweet actually. And Creepy.

    How did you get that ghost type of effect? Were these people moving around, or were they walking normally?

    I thought people were no longer allowed to take pictures on a NYC subway?
     
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    This image may be how he found that out! :wink:

    Yeah, Doxx, don't think I didn't notice that casual: "ISO 100 film" reference.... I am very happy! I'm betting you're pretty smitten with that Rollei.... my husband's camera of choice the last couple of years. :D
     
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    Love the idea! Great execution as well.

    Congrats on the Rollei!

    I've been a little busy with the d70 to snap much with my yashica lately, but it always comes with me
     
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    they were entering the subway car normally, the ghost effect is created
    by using a long exposure time (2 seconds)

    not true yet. They're talking about a ban but it's not in effect yet.
    I'm going to photograph on the subway anyway... :twisted:

    The waistlevel finder is way coooool and the big negatives are
    amazing. I haven't touched my 35mm rangefinder since.
    Also I'm still using my digital for assignments and 'quick' stuff.
     
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    do you scan the mf negs? or have them scanned?

    cool shot- it's good to see you posting again, doxx:)
     
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    I scan them myself on a cheapo Epson Photo. They come out
    pretty good.
     
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    how many megs? does it take a long time? i'm very interested in doing this myself, someday, when i have the $$
     
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    jeez. i'm using a canoscan fs4000 with 35mm negs and it takes around 7 minutes per scan. 10 meg files at 1200 dpi. drives me nuts. i am, however, using a pc- do you think this makes a difference?
     

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