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Lens: 67 200/4; 165/2.8 Camera: P 67 Photo Location: Haistie Natural Area, Knoxville, Tennessee ISO: 100 
Posted By: CreationBear, 10-30-2017, 05:06 PM

A few more experiments with Acros 100... I'm still getting a feel for what the B/W approach gives me in this hardscrabble landscape--subject isolation remains a challenge!









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I love the forest shots. Great detail and tones. Really fine. The first one has lovely depth. The second has a bit more mystery with the reverse tones added with the lighter tree trunks. Good work. Keep at it!

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So you're using a 6X7 film camera now? Must be a very nice light load to carry down the trail!!!

The light in #1 really makes it stand out for me!
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very nice light load to carry down the trail!!!

Thanks for the kind words, gents.


BTW, Mole, I had my first "mid-life crisis" a few months back when UPS delivered a new backpack--in the midst of bending stays and otherwise customizing the fit, it occurred to me: "Hey, I'm never going to buy another pack this big in my life."

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I have to agree totally with what Jacquot said. The detail in #2 is astounding!
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The detail in #2

Thanks, Dewman--those big 6x7 negatives hold a lot of information even down-sampled for the Web. (Fine-grained films like Acros catch a lot of light, too...a different kind of cat from the old Tri-X 400 I used back as an undergrad!)
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