Well, this is my best shot so far. Was on my way home from some night photography with my cousins and did it when waiting for the bus.
Nikon F4, Fujicolor C200 at rated speed, 30 second shutter time, 50mm 1:1.8 AI-S Nikkor. Straight scan of print into Microsoft Paint.
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- Konica T3N
- Konica FS-1
- Nikon F4s
- Nikon F5
- Nikon F801
It looks like a potential winner for this MSA! It's a great image, worthy of Fox Talbot IMHO.
But seriously, I think it's a great image. Make a nice Gum print or Bromoil print with this negative and it would be a perfect Pictorialism style image.
(I'm into carbon printing right now)
BTW: it is nice to see you actually made a shot with a camera we discussed about. I'm still in the thinking-and-collecting-materials-stage. But this image is a good inspiration for me to put some real effort into this project.
BTW2: paper negatives are real fun to do, isn't it?
Bert from Holland
Originally Posted by NedL
"Have fun and catch that light beam!"
Bert from Holland
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Hi Stone, it's a highway. Underneath is an old movable trestle railroad bridge that hasn't been used in many years, but it isn't visible in this picture.. or visible only as a subconscious hint!
Originally Posted by StoneNYC
Hi Bert, paper negatives are very fun! I use them a lot!
Originally Posted by TheToadMen
Airports in France (Lyon) are somehow elegant:
(Rollei 35 S, Provia 400 X)
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Surprised with all the security, you were even able to take this.
Originally Posted by Heinz
que? I take photos in airports regularly. None of those were in the MSA period though.
Anyway, I've shot one for this assignment and (I think) developed it. Should make its way through the scan queue this week...
In America, many "transportation" areas are now off limits to cameras, in the subway systems sometimes I get in trouble for aiming my camera at the TUNNEL area because I might "gleam some way of doing harm" with my photo that could get into the hands of terrorists or some such nonsense...
Originally Posted by polyglot
Question: are we permitted multiple submissions? Or just the one?
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"396 from 1968":
Mamiya C220, 80/2.8, Pan-F+, yellow filter, Xtol 1+1 in a Jobo. Unadjusted scan from negative.
That beast also has rocket fuel on board.