Category Archives: Pentax 67ii

Snow Portraits

Hydi and I took a walk in the snow on a sunny day so I decided to shoot some shallow DOF portraits with the Pentax 67ii and the 105/2.4. Overall I was satisfied with the results, but although I don’t … Continue reading

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Devil’s Protuberances

Mt. Asama is located in southern Nagano Prefecture, close to the border with Gunma prefecture. It’s an active volcano that regularly belches smoke and occasionally something of a little more substance. The eastern flank is marked by a lava bed … Continue reading

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SMC Pentax 67 45mm f/4 Test Roll 3

The third roll was shot on Neopan 100 Acros, a rather amazing film that develops ridiculously quickly in SPD stock solution. 4 minutes and 15 seconds! Many traditionalists would reject that time outright, but it’s what Fuji recommends. Somehow they … Continue reading

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SMC Pentax 67 45mm f/4 Test Roll 2

Here are a few selections from the second roll which was shot on Ilford HP5 Plus 400 with the Pentax 67ii.

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The Last Lens for my 67ii?

Of course the question mark is the most important part of the title. After all, who knows the future! But the fact of the matter is that I’ve amassed a pretty sweet collection of lenses for the Pentax 67ii. I … Continue reading

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67ii at Sakari Station

I got up before sunrise and went to the Sakari train station in the city of Ofunato. On 3.11 the tsunami flood waters reached about 3-4 feet, destroying many of the older buildings. Train service to the south has been … Continue reading

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Tri-X on 67ii at Goishi Lighthouse

There’s a small light house on the Goishi point that was rather attractive in the morning light. I was out of Acros so I shot this one on Tri-X 400.

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