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Old 09-13-2013   #81
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Old 09-13-2013   #82
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I remember seeing a movie where a successful studio photogrpaher is visited by his bitter former business partner, wanting to call in some imagined debt like the loser he is. The photographer's heart is not so weak and he diplomatically directs his former friend to shove off. As an attempt at a wounding parting shot the loser points to the Bronicas on tripods and says that he thought he ought to have been able to afford Hasselblads by now. "I can." says the photographer.
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Old 09-13-2013   #83
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Ok, you're going to have ID that flick, Richard. I want to see that scene. So do my Etrsi and rf645, though they can't have popcorn.

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I remember seeing a movie where a successful studio photogrpaher is visited by his bitter former business partner, wanting to call in some imagined debt like the loser he is. The photographer's heart is not so weak and he diplomatically directs his former friend to shove off. As an attempt at a wounding parting shot the loser points to the Bronicas on tripods and says that he thought he ought to have been able to afford Hasselblads by now. "I can." says the photographer.
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Old 09-14-2013   #84
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More from the Bronica ETR with a135mm W Panorama film back.














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Ok, you're going to have ID that flick, Richard. I want to see that scene. So do my Etrsi and rf645, though they can't have popcorn.
I was thinking of that scene too, last time I was in this thread! And same problem ... I can't remember what movie it was. It feels like I saw it perhaps 15 years ago, but I can't recall even whether it was something new (in-theatre) or was I watching something already old on tape/disc even then.

Wait -- some quick Googling just now finds this, suggesting its Secrets and Lies! (From 1996 -- I'm shocked that I had it almost right guessing 15 years.)

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Old 09-19-2013   #86
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More photos with the Bronica ETR. Tmax 400.






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Old 09-19-2013   #87
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Im using the SQ-Ai with a 135W back...i got my full set of Bronica with lenses for the price of a Hasselblad 500cm with kit lens...

Its definitely very good!


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A bit of roadside colour as we passed by this fruit stand,Costa Rica is quite the country.
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Old 09-23-2013   #89
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These will be my last contribution for a while to this thread. I sold the Bronica ERT. If I post again, and I hope I do, it will be with a Bronica 6X6 camera. I like square better.








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Old 09-23-2013   #90
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A few I shot this weekend on Arista EDU Ultra:

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Old 09-23-2013   #91
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And a few color shots from yesterday, same body and lens.

Shot with Kodak Ektar 100.


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With the speed grip it's pretty easy to handle,not a featherweight,but stable.
( I'm referring to the ETR line ) , Peter
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Old 09-26-2013   #93
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Some Mexican colour with a Bronica ETR and Provia 100f, such celebrations ! Peter
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Old 09-27-2013   #94
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Old 09-27-2013   #95
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Bronica ETRS and PE 100 F/4 Macro on TMX in ID-11
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Just finished some acros 100 for the first time. Liking the dreamy results.


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Old 10-03-2013   #98
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Shot with an S2a or an EC-TL. Same lenses, I just changed the body.


2003 Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.


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ZF1, it must be nice to be able to get so close to the ships, here in Vancouver it pretty well takes Divine intervention to get that close. I'm envious ! Peter
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There are a lot of opportunities to get close to boats here. Whether its tallships, or freighters or yaghts, the waterfront is fairly unrestricted here.
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Wow. Lovely photos. I started the thread and now feel sad that I cannot contribute it as I no longer have a Bronica.
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Get another one! they are a dime a dozen! (well not really, but they aren't an arm and a leg)


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Great colors swift1! And beautiful bokeh...
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Jeez, Louise! There's a lot of fine work on this thread!
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Nice Foxglove.
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Thanks Swift1 etrsi pe75mm .
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Swift1, I have been looking at your web and I'm really impressed. Congrats for you work!
Do you use Pentax camera for 6x7?
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