My first MF photos.

Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by f/16, Sep 24, 2011.

  1. f/16

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    Last weekend I went to Hermann Park in Houston and shot my first 2 rolls of MF film-Provia 100. It was awesome looking at the slides on the light box. They are much larger than 35mm! These were copied with a DSLR and macro lens. They came out better than I thought they would. All were shot with the 75mm 2.8. Today I shot a roll of Acros 100 and used both the 75 and 150 3.5 lenses.

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    I had to get as close as the lens would focus to get the squirrel.

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    Someone on the train shouted "I like your camera!"

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    Very nice! Those colors sure pop, especially the red on the train. Thanks for the share!
     
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    Oops. Sorry, I meant to post in color-moderators please move.
     
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    Oh man, am I a sucker for squirrels? :D Beautiful colours all the way. I love Provia in 35 mm, so I guess it is even better in MF.
     
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    A*W*E*S*O*ME!! You did a great job just jumping in!

    Steve