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    Some B&W Night Shots...

    Newport fishing fleet, Newport, Oregon,
    # BOGE 013. A negative scan. Camera: Mamiya RB67, 180mm lens, Ilford FP4 film.

    . . Newport Oregon by Reinhold S., on Flickr

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    Re: Some B&W Night Shots...

    Quote Originally Posted by Reinhold Schable View Post
    Newport fishing fleet, Newport, Oregon,
    # BOGE 013. A negative scan. Camera: Mamiya RB67, 180mm lens, Ilford FP4 film.

    . . Newport Oregon by Reinhold S., on Flickr

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    Well done Reinhold, great image.

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    Re: Some B&W Night Shots...

    My trusty Mamiya 7 with auto metering, and a 65mm lens resulted in this chuckle...


    . . Wine Bottles. Urbino, Italia by Reinhold S., on Flickr

    In the medieval center of Urbino, Italy, finding a level place is always a challenge...

    A negative scan. Mamiya 7 camera, 65mm lens, Ilford FP4 film.

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    Re: Some B&W Night Shots...

    Everyone going to Paris tries some night shots of the Eiffel tower.
    I decided to join in...
    Parking a Cambo Wide on a tripod in that melee directly under the tower resulted in this image...

    . . Eiffel Tower by Reinhold S., on Flickr

    Neg # PAFR 220b. A scanned 6x12 negative.
    Camera: CamboW, 75mm S.Angulon lens, Horseman 612 roll film back, Ilford FP4+ film.

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    Re: Some B&W Night Shots...

    Quote Originally Posted by Reinhold Schable View Post
    Everyone going to Paris tries some night shots of the Eiffel tower.
    I decided to join in...
    Parking a Cambo Wide on a tripod in that melee directly under the tower resulted in this image...

    . . Eiffel Tower by Reinhold S., on Flickr

    Neg # PAFR 220b. A scanned 6x12 negative.
    Camera: CamboW, 75mm S.Angulon lens, Horseman 612 roll film back, Ilford FP4+ film.

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    Another great image Reinhold.

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    Re: Some B&W Night Shots...

    Nice. In winter, I prefer shooting at night. How did you meter?


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    Re: Some B&W Night Shots...

    A wet street helps sparkle up night shots...

    A small Cafe at the Charing Cross station, London.
    # SEBC 124 Mamiya 7 camera, 80mm lens, Ilford FP4 film

    . . Spreads Cafe. London by Reinhold S., on Flickr

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    Re: Some B&W Night Shots...

    Portland street lighting bounces off of a (typically) cloudy night sky, silhouetting a unique bridge...

    Completed 1912. One of few dual-lift bridges in the world.
    #BRdg 106. a negative scan. RB67 camera, 90mm lens, Kodak PXP film. taken in 1967.

    . . Steel Bridge. Portland, Oregon by Reinhold S., on Flickr

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    Re: Some B&W Night Shots...

    Good stuff!

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