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10-09-2019, 02:02 PM - 1 Like   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by mpslxz Quote
Gastown's steam clock in a very cold evening.
This was the first time I shot Ilford PanF and I really loved it. Let me know what you think about the photo.
nice one

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congrats nice shot. I like the fact that you use old b&w film to shoot this old technology. Nice combination, came out great.
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Nice shot. Agreed, it's nice to see subject matter from close to home. I don't usually recognize the location in these photos.

It sort of spoils the concept of shooting film, but you could post-process to reduce the contrast of the Black Frog sign. Having said that, I feel like the clock and the Water St sign are much stronger elements to my eye.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mpslxz Quote
Gastown's steam clock in a very cold evening.
This was the first time I shot Ilford PanF and I really loved it. Let me know what you think about the photo.
Hello.
This picture works very good for me, in all ways.
I like the contast and tones, the PanF seems to be optimal for this Situation.
For me a very good Foto!

Best regards,
Birk

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The black and white works well for you here. It appears to be from another time.
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This works wonderfully in B&W. I like that store sign in the back with Black Frog. It creates a subliminal message of "black fog" adding to mystery of the steam like fog. well seen and presented.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mpslxz Quote
Gastown's steam clock in a very cold evening.
This was the first time I shot Ilford PanF and I really loved it. Let me know what you think about the photo.
Nic euse os black and white to capture the mood
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QuoteOriginally posted by mpslxz Quote
Gastown's steam clock in a very cold evening.
This was the first time I shot Ilford PanF and I really loved it. Let me know what you think about the photo.
a bit of black and white mystery atmosphere, I like it !

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I am not a fan of the composition. Now to me it is just a photo of a tourist atraction converted into b&w. I miss the photographers input.
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Great image, thanks for sharing!
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