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    A ship, some water & a slow lens

    Is there like a dedicated thread we can just dump out pics in or is this it?


    Out on the trawl deck by Alex Gard, on Flickr


    Out on the trawl deck by Alex Gard, on Flickr


    Out on deck by Alex Gard, on Flickr


    Out on the trawl deck by Alex Gard, on Flickr


    Out on deck by Alex Gard, on Flickr


    Out on deck by Alex Gard, on Flickr

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    Nice shots. As a subscriber, you can upload to the gallery, where they would be available for other subscribers to view.
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    I love the first two photographs. (Really, really really like the second one!)

    Care to share exposure and development details?
    Cheers,

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    Thanks. Tried uploading to gallery but said files were too big? (10mb each?)

    Film is acros 100, rodinol 1:100 semi-stand one hour.

    All with red filter & ND8. Exposures all about 1/2 sec - 1 second


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    Smashing stuff!!

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    Cool shots! There's something eerie about the second one, love it!

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    I really like the 3rd and 5th. The movement does it for me.

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    850 pixels in the long dimension is the maximum size you can upload to the gallery. More people would see them there.
    If you try to upload something a bit larger than 850 pixels the gallery software will shrink and compress, which usually looks horrible.
    I advise making the image smaller than 850, like 840 pixels, and save at the highest possible quality to show your photographs.

    Quote Originally Posted by alex gard View Post
    Thanks. Tried uploading to gallery but said files were too big? (10mb each?)

    Film is acros 100, rodinol 1:100 semi-stand one hour.

    All with red filter & ND8. Exposures all about 1/2 sec - 1 second


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    Really like the look of the ship being sharp and the water 'soft', like streams & waterfalls with slow shutter speed. Nothing I would have thought of.
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    thanks everyone.
    for reference, here's a set on my flickr with my original 'ships & long exposures' ideas in it, I guess it's an ongoing thing on most ships I work on. Orginally started with a DSLR so won't post those here but the first few in that set are definitely the winners.

    it works much better with rough weather of course, more dramatic. but the last trip was really calm both on the way down and back so have yet to get any good ones on film.

    check out the set !

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/alexgar...7640896155114/

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