La Jolla Shores #05

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    La Jolla shores, CA.
    Another shot from the same roll here
    Agfa Isolette III, MF folder, 6x6. Fujifilm NPS 160.

    **ANNE, State Of Mind, florian.b, and 58 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. jlbruno 103 months ago | reply

      Great, add to the Oceans group!

    2. mutbka 103 months ago | reply

      Thanks bruno. To Oceans it goes!

    3. JFGIN1 102 months ago | reply

      Wow great pic

    4. Nells Photography 101 months ago | reply

      ahwww....I love this kind of style.... a beauty,Mutbka !!!

    5. Magdalen Green Photography 100 months ago | reply

      tremendous shot

      difficult to do well - you have done so

    6. mutbka 100 months ago | reply

      Thanks everyone for visiting and faving! =)

    7. asawaa 100 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot! I love the running water and how it looks so cottony smooth...

    8. Xenotar28 97 months ago | reply

      Beautiful photograph. Your Isolette and your eye are in perfect running order.

    9. mutbka 97 months ago | reply

      Thanks George. Can't judge my eye, but that Isolette was a beauty. I sold it after a couple of rolls. Don't remember why. Didn't like non-coupled rangefinder I guess. Also was hoping to get Super Isolette eventually. I got a couple of Iskra's instead.

    10. chillhiro 96 months ago | reply

      your Isolette rocks! wish I had the one too, mine is II and not with rangefinder...

    11. mutbka 96 months ago | reply

      Thanks chillhiro!
      Now I think I had to keep that Isolette.

    12. *Michal* 95 months ago | reply

      Can you compare Agfa Isolette III 6x6 with Iskra 6x6 (color correction, sharpnes)

    13. mutbka 95 months ago | reply

      Thanks for stopping by moyo*! Sorry, I couldn't reply earlier.

      Agfa Isolette III and Iskra are certainly from the same league, although Iskra was copied from Agfa Super Isolette. And masterfully copied it was. Unlike Isolette III Iskra does have coupled rangefinder and hence better focusing. However Iskras are quite vulnerable mechanically and it is hard to find a perfectly working one. Agfas might be more reliable. I have a very limited experience with Agfa (two rolls I guess). And I never compared them side by side. Optically both cameras seem to be very good performers, nothing to complain about. Iskra is more advanced than Isolette III, yet less expensive. You should get one from an absolutely reliable seller, otherwise you'd be playing "Russain Roulette". Here is a good site about Isolettes and one about Iskra.

    14. Michel ! [deleted] 93 months ago | reply

      ah, square is beautiful !
      I've never tried the B speed setting on my Isolette

    15. Michel ! [deleted] 93 months ago | reply

      I blogged your photograph, thanks for sharing, MB.

    16. mutbka 93 months ago | reply

      Thanks Michel!

    17. somnium! 90 months ago | reply

      lovely. i like nd's and sunset too.

      the green is quite nice.

    18. 68 months ago | reply

      yea I am dreamin of calafornia!

    19. Prince Bart 63 months ago | reply

      Great capture!

      HRH Prince Bart
      Awards this photograph the
      Royal Gold Medal First Class for Photographic Excellence


      Please tag this photo: RGMFC

    20. 1blizzardof [deleted] 44 months ago | reply

      beautiful :)

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