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GKPE 8, Yet more NZ ramblings from some flightless Kiwis.

 
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Nov 07, 2014 16:36 |  #7006

tim wrote in post #17258092 (external link)
They look a bit fake Chris, the top one especially.

Interesting. The top one was a dull grey day, lifeless. The only reason I took the shot was that I had never seen a sea plane there before. I rather like the way it turned out. :)


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Nov 07, 2014 21:12 |  #7007

kiwichris wrote in post #17257227 (external link)
Hmmmmmm my first camera was a Kodak 116 folding camera
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Have fun :)

yea that's a bit too old for me. no review so no idea if getting exposure just right. Auckland camera centre has got 120 film still around and plenty of youtube videos on how to load it.

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so I think there's still a number of people using film even tho digital is the market.


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Nov 08, 2014 00:08 |  #7008

Yes, people still use film. Have you not yet met one of those "It's not a real photo unless it was taken on film'' people yet?


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Nov 09, 2014 03:26 as a reply to  @ kiwichris's post |  #7009

Hello chaps and chapesses! What's happening out there?


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Nov 09, 2014 03:28 |  #7010

not a lot, went on a steam train today & too busy chasing after the kids to get any decent shots in. still quite a good day out...


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Nov 10, 2014 02:12 |  #7011

timelapsing a 150 ton crane being reversed down our very narrow windy road!


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Nov 10, 2014 02:24 |  #7012

kiwichris wrote in post #17257227 (external link)
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Have fun :)

Cool camera.
Actually with negatives the size of postcards, you don't need an enlarger in the darkroom. My first camera was a Yashika TLR medium format camera. used 6 x 6 film. It was easy to develop, as you lay the film directly on the photo paper, and turned the light on for x seconds, and got a 6 x 6 print from it.

tongmaster wrote in post #17260534 (external link)
Hello chaps and chapesses! What's happening out there?

Gidday Bruce.
All Rodger here. Not many photos though.


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Nov 17, 2014 01:12 |  #7013

Davenn wrote in post #17250701 (external link)
Nice pics Mark

are these single images ? ie. no focus stacking etc ?

EDIT ... was just realising .... seeing your first image, the bumblebee, we don't see them in Australia ( well not anywhere I have been / lived over here)
such a common sight in NZ

Dave

Imported from England, we now export them back as there population is endangered.

opps Bumble Bees I mean.


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Nov 21, 2014 02:06 as a reply to  @ tongmaster's post |  #7014

What's happening out there?

I took a photo.

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Nov 21, 2014 02:14 |  #7015

Gee whiz, I thought a Nissan was going in there... silly me. What size is that, 1600? A good reportage pic, I can learn a lot from that, clean floor too! :lol:


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Nov 21, 2014 02:27 |  #7016

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Slowly getting there...

Wowza, you've got a bit of work on your hands, what g/box are you gonna use?


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Nov 21, 2014 03:22 |  #7017

kiwichris wrote in post #17284851 (external link)
What size is that, 1600? A good reportage pic, I can learn a lot from that, clean floor too! :lol:

1600, 16V, 160bhp. Floor clean?? Look left. MASSIVE primer accident.

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Wowza, you've got a bit of work on your hands, what g/box are you gonna use?

Bodywork all but done. Just need to complete the front. S4C box as came with the engine. ('97 B16a2)




  
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Nov 21, 2014 03:40 |  #7018

If you can find a Y1 box grab it, better ratios and cable clutch :)


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Nov 21, 2014 04:43 |  #7019

tag141 wrote in post #17284883 (external link)
1600, 16V, 160bhp. Floor clean?? Look left. MASSIVE primer accident.

Well I guess that'll push her along a tad quicker then the original 850. ;)

Primer accident noted, still clean but :)


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Nov 21, 2014 13:40 |  #7020

Mostly getting deep into timelapse hole lol.

IT goes a long way down


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