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Discussion in 'Rangefinder Forum' started by paulfish4570, Nov 29, 2010.
Fixed Hexanon 47/1.9, of course:
Frosted, fallen leaves:
Kentmere 400, D-76 1:1, 14 minutes, 68F
Nice images. I especially like the last photo.
Thank you, Gene.
Like all 3 images, but #3 is my favorite.
Yes, 1 & 3 for me.
can ask if you used a Pyro developer?
Plain ol' D-76. I have no idea whether it is a pyro type ...
Here is another from the same silvery morning:
And later that day, all from the KSIII, Kentmere 400, D-76 1:1, but after the fog had dissipated:
I like this one, but I would like it more with a deeper DoF.
I love those images!
Thank you, gentlemen.
BP: I think a deep-focus one would work in a different way. I did this version with front focus to help the dock fade deeply into the fog.
Would make great prints.
Thanks, dances. Someday it will get printed. Hoping to set up some enlarging kit in the spring.
I understand what you want to do, but I don't see it working for this photo. The fog is not really visible in this photo. The first photo is the only one that really shows the fog. And it's a great photo. Very eerie and atmospheric and vintage looking.
However, having the shallow DoF on this image just results in most of it being blurry. If the fog was dense enough to fade out the rear of the dock on it's own, that would be one thing, but I don't think that shows in this photo.
But damn, the fog in that first photo...*thumbs up on that*
Third photo in first post is also very good.
Thanks, bp. I might shoot that dock with some deep focus the next good fog, which may be saturday morning.
I look forward to seeing it, Paul. Make sure to post it in this thread so I don't have to search for it!
Paul - Very nice work. I have also enjoyed your postings in the apug gallery -- you have a very good eye and give the viewer an interesting perspective of your local area. Good luck with the darkroom build.
Wow. Thanks much ...