My Grand parents old cameras

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  1. duncanp

    duncanp TPF Noob!

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    this is my fist attempt at something like this so any advce would be welcome

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    Thanks for looking, any comments or advice welcome
     
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    I love that third image! Nicely composed. All of them have a great sense of texture to them, though.
    Are they functional? I bet with some TLC you might get some great shots from that Zenit 3M. ;)

    Nice series! :thumbup:
     
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    Nice pictures, and cameras. I don't like the way you posted them though, they are too large to fit on my moniter so i have to scroll up and down to get the whole picture in so it is difficult to see what the compostition is like. I do however like the bellows one very much, really nice with all the creases and scratches, possibly you could put a little more indirect lights in there to bring out the textures more?

    tim
     
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    That Agfa has seen better days eh? Good pictures, the close up B&W ones are the best IMO. Table-top compositions are really tricky, so you've started somewhere really challenging. Don't be afraid to pile on the light to get the details out.

    Rob
     
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    you should try them out!
     
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    thanks i may try the zenit 35mm SLR but im not so sure about the other
     

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