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Event Coverage Have camera, will travel...2011 in celluloid...

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by fur biscuit, Feb 10, 2011.

  1. Sneaky TLR shot, this young lady was knocking this out:

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  2. hotrodpodo
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    Beautiful shot FB!:cool:

     
  3. terd ferguson
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    I am totally digging this thread!
     
  4. fordsoup
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    from Altadena

    Great shots...digital just isn't there yet. What a great feeling film has. You really see the difference after not seeing it for a while.
     
  5. kinda a gimme, the subject makes up for my ineptitude. ;)

    thanks.
     
  6. Thanks, more to come...keep tuned


    digital makes leaps and bounds, but there is something nice about holding a negative up to a light and trying to visualize what you got.
     
  7. excellent pics, subscribed!
     
  8. VonMERKIN!!!

    MUWHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!! ;)

    Thanks.
     
  9. Buddy Palumbo
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  10. Borrowed my father's '72 Nikon F 35mm, and went shooting at the Coronado Festival of Speed. Lesson learned...red filter...not good for shooting cars.

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    Last edited: Sep 27, 2011
  11. damned crown vic.

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  12. built a 30's speedgraphic, this was my first go with it. This shot was taken blind over head standing in the trunk of my daily.

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  13. back to the rolleiflex:

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  14. TexasSpeed
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    Great shots! I've been dipping my toes into the massive pool that is photography and been fiddling around with my newest purchase, a Canon EOS Rebel XS. I also have a toy camera that uses Instamax film but no vintage cameras that still use film rolls.

    You have some wonderful shots. Thank you for sharing with us.

    (And keep sharing.. :D)
     
  15. Cub8556
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    Love the new shots, keep up the good work
     
  16. Beach Bum
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    Great stuff man. I got my first "real" camera for HS graduation in 1974. I have over 20,000 shots of cars in "the archives". Still have a big drawer full of film cameras. Everything from an Argus brick to a wonderful Zenza-Bronica medium format reflex with some nice Nikkor lenses. I still think like a film shooter, compose, wait for the crowd to part, etc. etc. I got a DSLR about 5 years ago but still haven't got my head around the whole post processing thing.

    I guess film is sort of like flatheads, not the latest and greatest, but it's got soul.

    Kurt O.
     
  17. conormulroney
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    You sir, have amazing talent. I love seeing everything you shoot. Thank you for the posts
    Conor
     
  18. toddjw73
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    One of my favorites! Photo and Ferrari. I have seen this ride in person. Owner is a very cool gent.
    Some of my best shots have been without my big head being behind the eye hole.
    I have switched over to the darkside with a DSLR 40D. I still have my Rebel 2000. I just used it in the spring when I took a basic photography class here at Modesto Junior College. I have to say. Shooting B&W film without assistance (All Manual) was some of the best photgraphy I ever had to work for. I actually got an A in the class.

    See above reply. It wasn't too bad once I learned how to do it.
    Ilford Delta 125 is what I used for my class. Great film.
    I love this Aston Martin! See it every year at Laguna Seca.
    Hit me up next time you want to come down to Laguna. I'll get you to a few nice locations to shoot from.
    One of my favorite vintage F1 cars. The owner is a great guy. Spoke to him quite a bit last year. Too busy this year to talk to him though.
    The Ass end of a Ferrari 275 GTB. NICE!


    Great Stuff! Keep it up!

    When I get through all the classes I need too, I plan on getting more serious with my cameras. I will do both Digital and film. I try my best to shoot the DSLR and not edit anything at all. I can't anyways. no software to do so. I prefer original without manipulation anyways.
     
  19. hotrodtom
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    Beautiful stuff, FB. What is that gorgeous sports racer #67 in pic 200? Maserati 300S?
    Fearless
     

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