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Old 05-27-2008   #1
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w/nw Down at the pub

Most folks I know enjoy a drink now and then. Most people on here enjoy taking photos. So ...

Outside The Lamb, Bloomsbury, London




RFFer Kully took this photo with my camera when we met up in London a few weeks ago.



Both pictures were taken with a Zeiss Ikon w/ Biogon 35 and Fuji 400H film. Other contributions?
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Second pic is excellent! Love the colors.
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Here's a few more from down the pub.
Not RF, I'm afraid, but a Vivitar IC101, which is a plasticy little 'panoramic' P&S, loaded with cheap pundshop film. That being said, I quite like the results.





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Interesting results from that Vivitar, Tom.
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A lot of nice stuff in this thread. I'm digging those B&W shots, Stewart.
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Noon at the White Elephant Saloon in Fort Worth, Texas. I shot this back in 1992 with an Olympus XA. The film was Tri-X.

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I've been to the Lamb! A nice pub, indeed.

Some scenes from a local bar's Sundress Fest (wearing a sundress entitled you to happy hour prices all day). To keep things appropriate to RFF, there was even a guy w/a Mamiya 6:











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Noon at the White Elephant Saloon in Fort Worth, Texas. I shot this back in 1992 with an Olympus XA. The film was Tri-X.

I like this, very enigmatic with the mysterious figure in the cowboy hat.

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Interesting results from that Vivitar, Tom.
I know! I was shocked at the results, they were actually far better than I'd ever expected. As far as I'm aware it shoots at f8, 1/125th, but on a sunny day with slow film, or a gloomy day with fast film, I don't think it can go far wrong.
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Gabriel I like your third one of the barmaid filling a glass from the tap; interesting tones.
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The motorcycles outside are so... French.

I remember places like this; eating crepe chocolat, and listening to Stevie Wonder.

Thank you for reawakening the memories.
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Good to see you back around Jon! Some great photos in this thread. Kinda makes me want to go and hang out in a bar with my camera.
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I like this, very enigmatic with the mysterious figure in the cowboy hat.

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Thanks Matthew. Legend has it, this was the site of the last gunfight in the Old West, back in 1903. The bar has been around since the late 1800's. I stop in 2 or 3 times a year and have a few beers.
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