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    Vermeer 35mm curved plane samples

    I posted some pictures and some details of camera here:
    http://www.f295.org/main/showthread....-plane-pinhole
    below first samples. I finished it more than week ago,but unfortunately outside is still misty and grey, snow almost melted. Pictures made on Agfa APX. Tripod head was moved up unintentional during exposure of last one
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    my webpage http://pinhole.htw.pl/
    vermeer cameras:

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    The camera seems to be working well! Interesting buildings.

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    In matter of fact- working well. Buildings are in 19th century block close to flat
    my webpage http://pinhole.htw.pl/
    vermeer cameras:

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    The format works especially well for low angle fence and graffitti.
    "Most people know the names of only two photographers. One is Ansel Adams and the other one isn't." Bill Jay
    See Tales from the Dark Slide in the Gallery section.

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    Good looking images, Cezary. And a fine looking camera too.
    See my photos at:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/drcphotography/

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    Nice set of images, and very nice camera!

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    The first samples of your new camera look very good. The very nice built camera is working very well.
    -_- Best wishes from Switzerland, René -_- my photos on flickr

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    The camera and the samples are exceptional as usual. Wish i could afford one :/

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    nice work, Cezary. Your camera is immaculate, as usual. Your images are great, especially the almighty horizon on number 2 and the abundance of crosses on number 3.
    You brought back somethin' that wasn't there.
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    I am liking number 2 more and more the more I look at it. I think that the negative has scored am impressive dynamic range. I would like to see a print that displays it all. (I think that a carbon print might work). pm me with your email.
    You brought back somethin' that wasn't there.
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