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TwinII
12-08-2013, 06:11 AM
Hey,

Here are some more 617 film scans from my Fuji G617 and Epson V700. I don't think they're as good as the first lot I shared but worth sharing anyway.

Missed the Boat - Velvia 50 f/45 1/4sec
http://www.martincanning.com/img/s5/v133/p712694211-5.jpg (http://www.martincanning.com/p951331696/e2a7ad9c3)

Purple Palm Cove - Velvia 50 f/32 8sec
http://www.martincanning.com/img/s10/v106/p934426060-5.jpg (http://www.martincanning.com/p951331696/e37b235cc)

Double Island Sunset - Velvia 50 f/32 20sec
http://www.martincanning.com/img/s10/v108/p325435260-5.jpg (http://www.martincanning.com/p951331696/e1365bf7c)

Panoramic Palms - Velvia 50 f/32 2 secs
http://www.martincanning.com/img/s5/v132/p97236673-5.jpg (http://www.martincanning.com/p951331696/e5cbb6c1)

UQ Lakes - Velvia 50 f/32 0.5sec Hoya HD circular polariser
http://www.martincanning.com/img/s8/v84/p496384993-5.jpg (http://www.martincanning.com/p832583183/e1d963be1)

Fog Clearing - Velvia 100F f/32 1/4sec
http://www.martincanning.com/img/s5/v119/p264447299-5.jpg (http://www.martincanning.com/p832583183/efc32543)

Thanks for looking.

C&C Welcome!

Martin

Dr Croubie
12-08-2013, 06:15 AM
Very much like the UQ one, just long enough for the fountains to blur, not so long that the foreground moves in the wind. How long a lens was that? CPL looks very even (or at least, it's perfectly centered around the fountain so I don't notice that it gets lighter in the left until I started writing about it and looked closer...)

TwinII
12-08-2013, 04:04 PM
Very much like the UQ one, just long enough for the fountains to blur, not so long that the foreground moves in the wind. How long a lens was that? CPL looks very even (or at least, it's perfectly centered around the fountain so I don't notice that it gets lighter in the left until I started writing about it and looked closer...)

It's a 105mm lens....so about 28mm equivalent at 35mm.

fotch
12-08-2013, 08:08 PM
Beautiful. Thanks for sharing.