I dusted off the Pentax this weekend

Petthefish

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So it has been a hard month and well I needed a day to me so I dusted off the Pentax and took a drive here are some shots of my drive rp

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And the Church was built in 1906 rp
 

MX

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Nice. Those are some really good shots. I really like the depth of the shadows in the 1st exterior church shot. How did the grain come out on those? I am a fan of a good grainy B$W.

I have an Olympus OM-1 that I am getting back into action. Just need to get a light meter because the one on the camera does not work.

Tim
 

BigJake6904

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I wish I could take photos like that, they are very nice...not to mention historical in a sense. Seemed like a very peaceful drive!
 

Petthefish

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they were shot with my Pentax k100D and the B&W work were done with photoshop CS3 I know I know not the same as doing it on film but hey they turn out great rp
 

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I'm not particularly religious, but the stained glass window really stands out out to me. You are quite talented RP
 

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Great pics Ryan. I love the B&W look as well.
 

golfgar

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Thanks for sharing!. Kinda makes me want to get out the old Mamiya 1000 and get some B&W film and start taking some photos with it again. I haven't taken anything with that in probably 25 years.
 
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