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  • testing new lens

    shared by bebopbebop on 2014-11-26

  • 2014 has passed and now it's time for us to greet…

    shared by bebopbebop on 2015-01-01

    with style

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  • this camera is one of many reasons why i love…

    shared by bebopbebop on 2015-01-07

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  • Army Drum Band (I don't know in English but…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2014-04-17

    Parade at Asia Africa conference, commemorate what Soekarno (as Indonesian President in 1955 and the innitiator of this event at that time, which participated by hundred of Asia & Africa nation which aim against colonialism and made Non-Blok aka not participated in a cold war), and many Asia Afrika leader did when they walk from Savoy Homann hotel to Gedung Merdeka in Bandung, Indonesia

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  • Army

    shared by hervinsyah on 2014-04-21

    Parade at Asia Africa conference, commemorate what Soekarno (as Indonesian President in 1955 and the innitiator of this event at that time, which participated by hundred of Asia & Africa nation which aim against colonialism and made Non-Blok aka not participated in a cold war), and many Asia Afrika leader did when they walk from Savoy Homann hotel to Gedung Merdeka in Bandung, Indonesia

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  • Army

    shared by hervinsyah on 2014-04-21

    Parade at Asia Africa conference, commemorate what Soekarno (as Indonesian President in 1955 and the innitiator of this event at that time, which participated by hundred of Asia & Africa nation which aim against colonialism and made Non-Blok aka not participated in a cold war), and many Asia Afrika leader did when they walk from Savoy Homann hotel to Gedung Merdeka in Bandung, Indonesia

  • Sydney Harbour Bridge

    shared by wil6ka on 2012-10-30

    These pictures should have never happend. The Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb is one incredible experience, but normally you are not allowed to take any cameras with you. But I was there in a press-group and a portuguese team actually applied for shooting video on the climb. But they never showed up. So I jumped in. 'Can I take my panoramic camera up there?' Short discussion - approved! I then had to jump into a teletubby-suit kind of suit and I was assisted by the charming Bridge-Climb-Specialist Craig Norman on this trip. My camerabag was adjusted to cables and the camera itself, too. So nothing could fall onto the street. We were then in our own group away from all the others and even took some sidewalks, which are never open, standing in the middle of the road. A pity, that I only took one film along, but sometimes it's good to reduce yourself to 21 frames...

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  • Splitzer FTW

    shared by lokified on 2013-04-29

    May be my favourite splitzer shot ever. Shades of @hodachrome!

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  • #11126975

    shared by bensozia on 2010-03-17

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  • #13455382

    shared by devilfirzen on 2011-06-02

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  • 2007-------- Horizon - Ilford HP5 Plus400 17 Quinn

    shared by lonur on 2010-03-22

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  • Finding Jamie

    shared by feelux on 2013-08-06

    While walking through the streets of Sydney in search of Jamie's Italian.

  • #15283138

    shared by bravebird on 2012-02-04

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  • Up In The Sky

    shared by funfun on 2013-01-05

  • #19026736

    shared by lokified on 2013-10-16

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  • Stormy day in Muxía

    shared by lupideeloop on 2014-03-29

  • #20348042

    shared by edmundrt on 2015-03-24

    Charity shop find. It said Pentax on it so I had to have it. The thing about the P30 (fixed in later versions) is that it lacks its predecessor the ME Super's aperture priority mode, being program or manual only. I love Av mode - 99% of the time I depend on aperture not shutter speed for the composition of my photos, so it's by far the most useful function for me of any camera. Thus, the original P30 is less pleasant to use than its predecessor and successor. Still, as with all Pentax SLRs, it gives great results and the Pentax-A 50mm f1.7 lens is a beauty.

  • Sand Dune

    shared by waynejordan on 2014-08-18

    Taken at Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado

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  • #20128248

    shared by waynejordan on 2014-11-14

  • Cataract Falls

    shared by waynejordan on 2014-11-14

    Shots of the Upper and Lower Falls

  • Xpro + Pentax P30

    shared by lokified on 2012-11-29

    Second-roll-ever in my bought-for-a-bargain P30. These first photos were shot with a Sigma auto-focus lens that the second-hand shop had mistakenly attached to the no-auto-focus P30. I had to manually operate the focus and could hear the motor grinding each time I did. As such, it was not the most precise focus.

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  • #15461128

    shared by fefo on 2012-02-27

  • #15461127

    shared by fefo on 2012-02-27

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  • #15774325

    shared by fefo on 2012-04-09

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  • #14558233

    shared by fefo on 2011-10-26

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  • #15826150

    shared by fefo on 2012-04-15

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  • Bathed in Light.

    shared by meitads on 2015-04-05

    Recently I had the amazing chance to catch up with a few close friends in my uni town of Reading. All of us used to work at a nearby restaurant, and every time we felt drained by the end of the morning shift, we would escape to this quieter restaurant for desserts. The place is located in a beautiful old church building, and is almost always bathed in beams of sunlight.

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  • Bathed in Light.

    shared by meitads on 2015-04-05

    Recently I had the amazing chance to catch up with a few close friends in my uni town of Reading. All of us used to work at a nearby restaurant, and every time we felt drained by the end of the morning shift, we would escape to this quieter restaurant for desserts. The place is located in a beautiful old church building, and is almost always bathed in beams of sunlight.

  • Bathed in Light.

    shared by meitads on 2015-04-05

    Recently I had the amazing chance to catch up with a few close friends in my uni town of Reading. All of us used to work at a nearby restaurant, and every time we felt drained by the end of the morning shift, we would escape to this quieter restaurant for desserts. The place is located in a beautiful old church building, and is almost always bathed in beams of sunlight.

  • #18593077

    shared by lostlittlekid on 2013-07-03

    A lot of parents will do anything for their kids except let them be themselves

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    shared by freckleface on 2011-10-20

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  • #20342249

    shared by lostlittlekid on 2015-03-21

    A day out with the trooperman aka @feelux!

  • New York Adventures Part 1: Brooklyn and Beyond.

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    For this trip we decided to stay in the suburbs, hoping that we could see New York from the locals' perspective and explore areas beyond those frequented by tourists. As a result this trip included visits to graffiti-riddled streets, artsy neighbourhoods, charming cafes inside dodgy-looking converted warehouses, an amazing Mexican restaurant that was once a taco factory, and a few secondhand clothes shops. This was easily one of the best holidays I've ever been on.

  • New York Adventures Part 1: Brooklyn and Beyond.

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    For this trip we decided to stay in the suburbs, hoping that we could see New York from the locals' perspective and explore areas beyond those frequented by tourists. As a result this trip included visits to graffiti-riddled streets, artsy neighbourhoods, charming cafes inside dodgy-looking converted warehouses, an amazing Mexican restaurant that was once a taco factory, and a few secondhand clothes shops. This was easily one of the best holidays I've ever been on.

  • New York Adventures Part 1: Brooklyn and Beyond.

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    For this trip we decided to stay in the suburbs, hoping that we could see New York from the locals' perspective and explore areas beyond those frequented by tourists. As a result this trip included visits to graffiti-riddled streets, artsy neighbourhoods, charming cafes inside dodgy-looking converted warehouses, an amazing Mexican restaurant that was once a taco factory, and a few secondhand clothes shops. This was easily one of the best holidays I've ever been on.

  • New York Adventures Part 1: Brooklyn and Beyond.

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    For this trip we decided to stay in the suburbs, hoping that we could see New York from the locals' perspective and explore areas beyond those frequented by tourists. As a result this trip included visits to graffiti-riddled streets, artsy neighbourhoods, charming cafes inside dodgy-looking converted warehouses, an amazing Mexican restaurant that was once a taco factory, and a few secondhand clothes shops. This was easily one of the best holidays I've ever been on.

  • New York Adventures Part 1: Brooklyn and Beyond.

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    For this trip we decided to stay in the suburbs, hoping that we could see New York from the locals' perspective and explore areas beyond those frequented by tourists. As a result this trip included visits to graffiti-riddled streets, artsy neighbourhoods, charming cafes inside dodgy-looking converted warehouses, an amazing Mexican restaurant that was once a taco factory, and a few secondhand clothes shops. This was easily one of the best holidays I've ever been on.

  • New York Adventures Part 1: Brooklyn and Beyond.

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    For this trip we decided to stay in the suburbs, hoping that we could see New York from the locals' perspective and explore areas beyond those frequented by tourists. As a result this trip included visits to graffiti-riddled streets, artsy neighbourhoods, charming cafes inside dodgy-looking converted warehouses, an amazing Mexican restaurant that was once a taco factory, and a few secondhand clothes shops. This was easily one of the best holidays I've ever been on.

  • New York Adventures Part 1: Brooklyn and Beyond.

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    For this trip we decided to stay in the suburbs, hoping that we could see New York from the locals' perspective and explore areas beyond those frequented by tourists. As a result this trip included visits to graffiti-riddled streets, artsy neighbourhoods, charming cafes inside dodgy-looking converted warehouses, an amazing Mexican restaurant that was once a taco factory, and a few secondhand clothes shops. This was easily one of the best holidays I've ever been on.

  • New York Adventures Part 1: Brooklyn and Beyond.

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    For this trip we decided to stay in the suburbs, hoping that we could see New York from the locals' perspective and explore areas beyond those frequented by tourists. As a result this trip included visits to graffiti-riddled streets, artsy neighbourhoods, charming cafes inside dodgy-looking converted warehouses, an amazing Mexican restaurant that was once a taco factory, and a few secondhand clothes shops. This was easily one of the best holidays I've ever been on.

  • New York Adventures Part 2: Central Park Double…

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    Central park was blanketed by a layer of fog after the afternoon rain. The remaining dampness in the air created a calming atmosphere, and filled the space with sepia tones. From the scenery I could picture soft images - which I thought would work nicely when layered by another frame of subdued scenes.

  • New York Adventures Part 2: Central Park Double…

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    Central park was blanketed by a layer of fog after the afternoon rain. The remaining dampness in the air created a calming atmosphere, and filled the space with sepia tones. From the scenery I could picture soft images - which I thought would work nicely when layered by another frame of subdued scenes.

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  • New York Adventures Part 2: Central Park Double…

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    Central park was blanketed by a layer of fog after the afternoon rain. The remaining dampness in the air created a calming atmosphere, and filled the space with sepia tones. From the scenery I could picture soft images - which I thought would work nicely when layered by another frame of subdued scenes.

  • New York Adventures Part 2: Central Park Double…

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    Central park was blanketed by a layer of fog after the afternoon rain. The remaining dampness in the air created a calming atmosphere, and filled the space with sepia tones. From the scenery I could picture soft images - which I thought would work nicely when layered by another frame of subdued scenes.

  • New York Adventures Part 2: Central Park Double…

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    Central park was blanketed by a layer of fog after the afternoon rain. The remaining dampness in the air created a calming atmosphere, and filled the space with sepia tones. From the scenery I could picture soft images - which I thought would work nicely when layered by another frame of subdued scenes.

  • New York Adventures Part 3: Subway-Hopping.

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    A huge part of the entire trip was a cycle of getting into the subway, getting lost and discovering new amazing places instead. I couldn't have hoped for any better travel buddies than these two, who were always excited and thrilled to explore the unknown.

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  • New York Adventures Part 3: Subway-Hopping.

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    A huge part of the entire trip was a cycle of getting into the subway, getting lost and discovering new amazing places instead. I couldn't have hoped for any better travel buddies than these two, who were always excited and thrilled to explore the unknown.

  • New York Adventures Part 3: Subway-Hopping.

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    A huge part of the entire trip was a cycle of getting into the subway, getting lost and discovering new amazing places instead. I couldn't have hoped for any better travel buddies than these two, who were always excited and thrilled to explore the unknown.

  • New York Adventures Part 3: Subway-Hopping.

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    A huge part of the entire trip was a cycle of getting into the subway, getting lost and discovering new amazing places instead. I couldn't have hoped for any better travel buddies than these two, who were always excited and thrilled to explore the unknown.

  • New York Adventures Part 3: Subway-Hopping.

    shared by meitads on 2015-03-31

    A huge part of the entire trip was a cycle of getting into the subway, getting lost and discovering new amazing places instead. I couldn't have hoped for any better travel buddies than these two, who were always excited and thrilled to explore the unknown.