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08-24-2011, 10:33 AM   #2566
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QuoteOriginally posted by goddo31 Quote
OK. It looks really similar to the purple and sometimes blue casts in shadows that I often get with Ektar 100.
I seem to find that Ektar is a bit fiddly to colour balance compared to some other colour films.
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Recently I discovered that there's a couple of nice waterfalls relatively close to where I live. After getting used to almost perpetually dry conditions, It was something of a surprise.
I'll be returning to this spot to practice my compositions and long exposures soon.

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The first one has really beautiful tones. Nice

08-24-2011, 10:34 AM   #2567
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QuoteOriginally posted by phonoline Quote
A book with 12 of my pictures taken with the 67II has just been released over here in Germany. Nothing spectacular. Excellently-written, though!
Congratulations.
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QuoteOriginally posted by phonoline Quote
A book with 12 of my pictures taken with the 67II has just been released over here in Germany. Nothing spectacular. Excellently-written, though!
what about is this book?

congratulations anyway!

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08-24-2011, 04:44 PM   #2569
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Alright, these are from my first attempt at developing slide film (E-6) at home, in a simple Paterson tank! The shadows are completely blocked, and I think it's because of underdevelopment with the first developer. This stage is the most important one, because it will set the contrast and tonality of the silver in the film, and the rest of the developing stages will increase contrast to such an extent that the smallest error in the first stage will be magnified in absurdum.
Anyhow, I'm really happy that I had the courage to try! I'll run a few more rolls through the chems, but probably I'll come to the conclusion that it's better to send the film to a lab.

Here we go! All shot handheld with the Bessa III.








(the above shot was underexposed one stop, because I just couldn't do any better than 1/30 and f/3.5 handheld)








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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
The first one has really beautiful tones. Nice
Thanks Tuco.

Phonoline- congratulations on being published in that book!
Martin- good work with the slide film. Looks nice from what I can tell. The exposure latitude and the shadow detail is a bit different than negative film, isn't it!
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A few from London today

This one was at 33mm on FA 33-55 Kenko ND400 at f/22 for 130 secs




I tried to get the illusion of the London Eye moving really quickly by using a very show shutter speed with the ND400. 55mm on FA33-55 f/22 102 seconds




More busy skies over the River Thames again 55mm on FA 33-55, f/22 143 seconds with ND400




And the sun really started to leave some gorgeous colour over Charing Cross:

FA 33-55 at 33mm 2 seconds @ f/16 no filter




2 shots stitched in CS5 f/22 5 seconds no filter


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Carpents great shot. Tuco amazing police cruiser!! Makten very sharp shots. And itshimitis good job on the Eye. Enjoyable thread as always.
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Carpents great shot. Tuco amazing police cruiser!! Makten very sharp shots. And itshimitis good job on the Eye. Enjoyable thread as always.
Robin, I invite you to get an old medium format camera and join in. I think you will like it!
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QuoteOriginally posted by senux Quote
what about is this book?
Thanks, tuco and senux. The book's author is Adriaan van Dis, a Dutch writer who lived in Paris for quite a time and wrote about it. Very well-observed and extremely humorous. It's been released in Dutch as well, a few years ago. The publisher asked me to illustrate it with a couple of my pictures plus a couple from photo agencies.
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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
This one was at 33mm on FA 33-55 Kenko ND400 at f/22 for 130 secs




I tried to get the illusion of the London Eye moving really quickly by using a very show shutter speed with the ND400. 55mm on FA33-55 f/22 102 seconds




More busy skies over the River Thames again 55mm on FA 33-55, f/22 143 seconds with ND400


love these. I need to get my hands on a hardcore ND filter
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
The color version taken about 10 minutes before the BW version. No lens flare this time.


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WOW. This is amazing. Subjext, composition and the beautiful colours. Love the ektar 100 for landscapes
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taken with agfapan 100, expiry 1989
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Thanks, but the name is Martin!
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The last one (the door) is beautiful !

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Cool composition.
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