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Nice thread!

Took these with my Fujifilm GA645i using Portra 400. One of the most fun cams I've ever used

Scanned with a Nikon D810 & 60/2.8 ED using Valoi gear. Processed in Negative Lab Pro.

Fujifilm GA645i (R004C) - Portra 400 - Img05 - Hong Kong by Dean, on Flickr

Fujifilm GA645i (R004B) - Portra 400 - Img12 - Hong Kong by Dean, on Flickr

Fujifilm GA645i (R004C) - Portra 400 - Img06 - Hong Kong by Dean, on Flickr



Jul 09, 2023 at 06:43 PM
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Rosalia longicorn (Rosalia alpina), Mount Ossa, Greece (July 1998)



Nikon F-801 w/Micro-Nikkor AI 105/2.8, Fujichrome Velvia 50, tripod



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Jul 10, 2023 at 01:33 AM
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Another Fujifilm GA645i shot I just scanned from our 12 day drive around Tasmania.

Used a Kaiser FilmCopy holder with AN glass inserts. D810 & 60/2.8 ED. Negative Lab Pro.

Fujifilm GA645i (R018B) - Portra 400 - Img07 - Tasmania by Dean, on Flickr



Jul 14, 2023 at 07:34 AM
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M6, 35 FLE, C200, Z7 scan




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Cherryfield train station in 1984





scanned from a Kodachrome 64 slide




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Everglades marsh, north of Alligator Alley. 1980's.

1. Alligators only leave their "holes" for one of two reasons. Males will leave during the breeding season.

And any alligator may leave during a rare, very severe drought.

2. baby gator tracks

3. large Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake

No NA snake is aggressive. Defensive yes.... aggressive no. Big difference.

Robert

















This was taken with a 300 f4 Nikkor. Stay WELL out range of any coiled poisonous snake. About 3 feet long



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This was taken in Bali Indonesia in 2004 with my Canon Elan 7 (EOS 33) with a 28-105 f/3.5-4.5 USM II and Fujifilm Velvia 50:

Velvia green by Dillan K, on Flickr

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The Japanese paid $1900 USD for One-Time North American Rights to this image. The stock agency made a 50% commission and I received a check for this image alone for $958 USD! That was the highest royalty I made on any one slide. Most slides made $50-$100 USD.

Those were the film days! In the film days there was no such thing as Royalty Free

We bought blocks of film from a NY camera house (such as B&H or Adorama). I shot only Kodachrome and Fujichrome or Velvia and bought as many rolls in the block that I could afford. Each roll of KR had a mailer with it that was used to send the exposed Kodachrome to Rochester for development. Fujichrome and Velvia could be processed locally.

Robert King






Thru Gama-Liaison International the Japanese paid $1800 US for One-Time North American rights




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Amphicoma carcelii:



Nikon F-801 w/Micro-Nikkor AIS 55/2.8, ring flash, Fujichrome Velvia 50



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Circa 1976, Nikon FM, probably 28mm, K25







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Nikon F-801 w/AI-S 28/2.8, Fujichrome Velvia 50, tripod



Mar 18, 2024 at 12:52 PM
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Banded demoiselle



Nikon F-801 w/Nikkor AF 75-300/4.5-5.6 & Nikon 5T (1.5 diopters) close-up lens, Fujichrome 50D



Apr 27, 2024 at 04:37 AM
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1982 Documentary film shoot
Mt. Washington Summit Observatory, NH
Olympus OM3 24mm f2.8 K64

temp: severe clear and rather chilly

along with a few others








Mt. Washington 1981 (1)







Mt. Washington 1981 (2)







Devils Tower 1982







Otaru, Hokkaido, 1990







Crazy Horse Monument 1982







Ellis Island Morgue 1985







West Va Mine 1990







Yellowsone Lake



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Julia (Dryus iulia), along edge of an Everglades Levee, KM 25, 1980's









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Orange Sulfur in Red Hibiscus, Kodachrome









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Gulf Fritillary "puddling" on a Bobcat scat

Most butterflies survive on the *nectar* from flowers. Are there any nutrients other than sugar in nectar? I don't believe so (but maybe). Puddling on scat is common among butterfly species. I believe they are after nutrients such as sodium, potassium, etc.








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Zebra Longwings roost communally on a south Florida night in which temps approached 32 F. Nikon F3, 55mm or 105mm 2.8 Nikon micro Nikkor








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I don't remember now but is the only way to upload photos to a thread like this, is by being a member of the Buy/Sell community?


May 11, 2024 at 04:29 PM
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MRomine wrote:
I don't remember now but is the only way to upload photos to a thread like this, is by being a member of the Buy/Sell community?



No, you can use a third party photo hosting site if all that you want to do is to share images in threads. For example many of the images on this page are hosted on Flickr. There seem to be advantages to on-site hosting as I've not been able to get third-party hosted images to qualify for voting in the image competition threads. In spite of what the rules for the photo competitions actually say, I think you need to pay for local hosting for some of the site's features to be enabled, as third party sites do not appear to be supported for the competitions. But simply displaying an image is supported with third party hosting sites.



May 12, 2024 at 11:52 AM
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The following images where created in-camera using a 4x5 Sinar. No photoshop used, these were created back in the mid 90s when I was just getting started using PS. So at that time I did not have the skill to make such montage within PS. Doing something like this in PS back then was not easy by any means. The images were originally drum scanned but I have lost the original scans so I photographed the film sheets on a light table using my Z7II and macro lens.

5144 by Mark Romine, on Flickr

5148 by Mark Romine, on Flickr

5143 by Mark Romine, on Flickr

5139 by Mark Romine, on Flickr

5140 by Mark Romine, on Flickr

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