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    Excellent Cyanotype print with a lot of details and a nice contrast range.

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    Attachment 78379Harley Davidson rider. 4x5" cambo neg, cyanotype at aquarel paper, 3 min. sunlight. New print, older shot.
    "Have fun and catch that light beam!"
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    IMPORTANT EDIT: When viewing the links, please right click on the image and then click "Original" to view the full size image, I want you to see the detail please!!

    OK!!

    So I was driving down the highway coming back from Boston after living there for a few weeks, I really didn't want to stop to take pictures in the freezing cold, It was about 1 AM when I saw this awesome sign, and I knew that I had to stop. It ended up taking me a whole hour just to find it or rather to find a spot that I could actually view it. On top of that I ended up getting pulled over by a police officer who was wondering why was driving in circles, However it was fortuitous because he informed me that the building that I was looking for was actually the old abandoned Polaroid factory, Something I never would have known had that not happened. Anyway it was very very cold, I'm guessing around 15° or so, And I'm really excited about the results, I wanted to include both the image of the building with the sign, as well as get the lights from the highway below it with all of the transportation going on hence the scene, what I didn't expect to see and I was very excited when I saw the negative, was that somehow through the long exposure, the sign itself was transparent and you could see the building behind, Something that I didn't actually see with my naked eye. I really spent my time with this image, it was not at all easy to see the groundglass with this image, the light that was illuminating the sign, was not all that bright, and the rest of the building was very faint, Somehow I was able to stay out there long enough to allow my eyes to adjust, and make sure the entire building was in focus, I'm very happy that it all was considering I could hardly even see at all.

    I also had to learn how to use Flickr, Because these 3 image were meant to be seen BIG, the image itself is actually probably even more detailed than that, however this of course is a scanned image of a negative, and my scanner is fairly decent, But obviously not the kind that would be like a drum scan.

    Without further ado (Assuming I did this link thing correctly) I give you "Smile"... TOYO45a, 150mm f5.6 Schneider Symmar-S, Cambo 6x12 back, Acros100, 2minutes-30seconds @f/22

    Smile

    The next two are two exposures I took just after work, it was also cold, why is it I take so many pictures in the cold weather!!?? These are disgusting giant oil tanks, I thought this was fitting for the MSA since there would be little transpiration without them. If I have time there MAY be one more version of these near my home in CT that I've been meaning to shoot for about 3 years now, same scene, just sadly, over water... even worse.. ANYWAY I bracketed, first image was exposed for the tankers, I kind of thought that I could maybe crop one of the images, the one properly exposed or the tankers themselves, but it's just too dark for anything but the tanker, and I didn't want to crop it, if I had a longer lens at the time, I would have taken one much closer and the first exposure would probably have been correct, but alas my new 300mm lens didn't come till I got home, it's a beauty!! Anyway I decided to go wide for this, to show just how expansive these tanks were. From the experience I've had thus far with night photography, I metered the other two exposures at darker spots as these always seem to look better at night time. But I really just can't decide which I like best, so I'm submitting both, I THINK I like the brighter of the two, but they both have their own feel and power to them. I don't know what to call these except "fuel for the age of transportation 1 and 2"

    TOYO45a, 90mm f/8 Schneider Super-Angulon, Cambo 6x12 back, Acros100, 50seconds @f/22

    Fuel for the Age of Transportation 1

    TOYO45a, 90mm f/8 Schneider Super-Angulon, Cambo 6x12 back, Acros100, 2minutes @f/22

    Fuel for the Age of Transportation 2

    I'll add the Polaroid one and one of the oil tanks to the actual gallery, but I'd prefer if you went off of these images since the gallery is TINY

    Few!!
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    First time posting on MSA. I read the rules, so hopefully I haven't broken any. Here goes!

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    Nikon F3 with 50mm f/1.8 E (for Excellent!), using TMax 400, exposed for 1/20s @ f/22.

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    Hi JCC,
    And a great first admission it it! I really like this shot. Could be a winner IMO.

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    First time posting on MSA. I read the rules, so hopefully I haven't broken any. Here goes!

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    Nikon F3 with 50mm f/1.8 E (for Excellent!), using TMax 400, exposed for 1/20s @ f/22.
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    "Have fun and catch that light beam!"
    Bert from Holland
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    * My favorite cameras: Hasselblad SWC, Leica SL, Leica M7, Russian FKD 18x24, Bronica SQ-B and RF645, Rolleiflex T2, Nikon F4s, Agfa Clack and my pinhole cameras

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcc View Post
    First time posting on MSA. I read the rules, so hopefully I haven't broken any. Here goes!

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    Nikon F3 with 50mm f/1.8 E (for Excellent!), using TMax 400, exposed for 1/20s @ f/22.
    Nice! Steady hand and great follow of subject! Nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Nice! Steady hand and great follow of subject! Nice
    Thanks! Just don't ask to see my contact sheet. It took more than one try, to say the least!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post
    Hi JCC,
    And a great first admission it it! I really like this shot. Good be a winner IMO.
    Thank you!

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    Whoa! Some more great entries! A cyanotype from Bertus. He must know I've got a soft spot for alt prints. Stone has chipped in with some more images. My favorite of the 3 is the darker version of the panorama, great graphics. And last, but not least, a new entrant, JCC, with an awesome panned image of a bicyclist in motion.
    I'm thrilled to have so many great entries. I hope there's more in the 2 weeks left before I have to make my choice and pass the baton on.....

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    If we're doing transportation-related stuff, then I'll toss this in as well: it's the entrance to an abandoned subway station in Paris:


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    Great! I saw that photo in the gallery, and wished it was in the MSA. Thanks Flying Camera!



 

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