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katja-strkova Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2010   Photographer
nice
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Lady-Erin Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2010
fara virgule
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Lady-Erin Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2010
vreme trece vreme vine toate-s vechi si noua toate
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JTHRTLL Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2009
featured :blowkiss:
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veftenie Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
thank you! :)
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JTHRTLL Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2009
you're welcome :)
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RealKilroy Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009   Photographer
Excellent genre photo.
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veftenie Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
thank you!
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Februar Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009   Artisan Crafter
what an amazing character!!
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veftenie Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
thank you! :)
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Februar Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009   Artisan Crafter
:)
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AJaber Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
rally nice capture :)
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veftenie Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
thank you!
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MtlcQatar Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009
Great :wow: I'd love to know your technique of converting or shooting in B&W ..
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veftenie Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
well, i shoot on film only - mostly on 35mm but i love my bronica on 120 format; so it's nothing aboyt converting frames - it's just a good film with a good exposure and scan
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MtlcQatar Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009
i had a felling it was a 35mm ,, but i wasn't sure ,, I've been looking for film camera for a while now so what do you recommended and is your camera here [link]
thank you
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veftenie Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
well - i recommned the SQ-AI - as it is square format (not 6x4.5);
on 35mm - it depends on the lens you choose; maybe something more manual as the canon ae1 or the nikon f3, or - going up - the canon eos 3 or the nikon n80 (as easy to use, robust but not heavy);
thank you, too! don't hesitate to ask things :)
i use also keh.com to buy things
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MtlcQatar Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2009
thank you so much for your advise i decided on the medium format cameras but i wont buy one until i read enough information about them "they seem really complicated to use but i love them already"
thanks :hug:
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veftenie Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
:) there's nothing complicated; you measure the light, you set the aperture and the exposure time and make the focus; the "most" complicated thing is to put film into the back of the camera - but you can read on internet how to do this without mistake;
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MtlcQatar Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009
i read a lot of articles about the medium format cameras since yesterday i spent almost 6 hours searching and reading "what i still don't understand is the developing stage, dos it need any ? and do i have to do it myself?" i loved the sit you gave me but i cant understand why they sell the part separately , my favorite camera so far "is Mamiya 645 Auto Focus" [link] [link] it might be easier to use for a beginner..
thanks so much for all the help I really love your style
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veftenie Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
well :) as you work on film - you have 2 kinds of film - with automatic developement (also known as 'c41 process';) and full manual developing films - like most of the b&w ones; you have to adress at a photo center to have them developed (usually they do the c41 and maybe also the manual stuff) and scanned; if the c41 films can't be developed at home - you ca provess by yourself the bw ones - but you need chemical substances and patience :) it's better to go at a lab

i recomend you a 6x6 camera manual camera - it's a lot cheaper and fun to work with; the mamiya it's a nice autofocus camera but it's only 6x4.5 - easier to work with, truly;
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Biutz Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Da, Parisul e minunat! :clap:
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LuciaConstantin Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009   General Artist
so simple but yet..saying a lot, at least to me. very good job :+fav:
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veftenie Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
multam fain! :)
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DianaCretu Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Desi intotdeauna am cochetat cu ideea de a lucra pe film, cred ca niciodata n-am simtit atat de puternica dorinta asta, ca acum de cand iti urmaresc pozele.

Din pacate/fericire stiu ca necesita mult mai multa implicare decat fotografia pe suport digital, iar momentan, din mai multe puncte de vedere, nu imi permit o astfel de implicare. :(

Dar cand va veni momentul, sper ca n-o sa te supere daca, probabil inevitabil, te voi bazai cu ceva intrebari.
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veftenie Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
lucrul pe film vine de la sine si te seduce fara cale de intoarcere; nu cere mult in schimb, doar grija si mai multa dedicare fotografica :) in rest, descoperi un univers la care 'digitalul' nici nu viseaza ;
voi fi aproape
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DianaCretu Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Sunt absolut convinsa de asta. Frumos zis, si multumesc! :hug:
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Phaedrus-42 Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
wonderful portrait :aww:
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veftenie Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
thank you!
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