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at Rosegarland, Southern Tasmania.

 

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(Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss Jena 2,8/180 lens, Fuji 100 Acros film, Rodinal 1:50.)

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I rarely post here any more, since I am not allowed to upload photos, but this shot is amazing and beautiful. I love the tonality and, of course, the subject matter.

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2 hours ago, vivionm said:

I am not allowed to upload photos

 

You are free to post photos but since you don't support the site financially via subscription or contributed articles you will have to hotlink your images. Very easy to do. I even made a video showing how. 

 

@Alan7140 I think they've taken the "rat rod" thing a tad too far! 😂

 

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11 hours ago, Dallas said:

 

You are free to post photos but since you don't support the site financially via subscription or contributed articles you will have to hotlink your images. Very easy to do. I even made a video showing how. 

 

@Alan7140 I think they've taken the "rat rod" thing a tad too far! 😂

 

We have discussed this. I made you a generous alternative offer, which you refused.

I had the right to upload photos when I became a Life member. You have unilaterally reduced the value of that Life Membership.

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12 hours ago, Dallas said:

 

@Alan7140 I think they've taken the "rat rod" thing a tad too far! 😂

 

 

Yeah, the front tyres are a bit too worn down, otherwise it's almost plausible. ;) 

 

15 hours ago, vivionm said:

I rarely post here any more, since I am not allowed to upload photos, but this shot is amazing and beautiful. I love the tonality and, of course, the subject matter.

 

Agreed, there ain't nothing like proper B&W film, and one of the better decisions I made, to give the digital nonsense the flick and reverting to proper photography again while equipment was still affordable, a situation which is rapidly ending, unfortunately, at least until a new medium format camera enters production again (and it's one that isn't a gimmick or a toy).

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