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Thread: f/22 @ 1/1000

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    Good discussion. Thanks.

    The quotes are interesting, Goldie. I read elsewhere (maybe in print) that he would shoot at 1/1000 to freeze his subjects. I can't really find any internet reference to back that up -- only this where he discusses using these settings on one particular shot:
    http://colinpantall2.blogspot.com/20...im-street.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
    Where did you read that?

    Shooting at f22 with 35mm will give the somewhat fuzzy "Joel Meyrowitz" f90 on 8x10 look, which I don't see in Cohens work.

    I'm familiar with his use of flash. A high power flashes can have a duration as long as 1/1000
    From my own experiece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrred View Post
    I use Neopan 400 @ 3200 in my Kiev4a for this purpose. I close the iris as much as possible to not have to worry about focusing and the shutter speed as much over 1/500 as possible as I tend to shoot stealth-from-the-hip.



    This one is Neopan400@3200,Kiev4a,F22,1/1250 souped in XTol (1:2, 20 mins, Bes Motor base).

    The full size is at http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4096/...0d3f43_o_d.jpg for those that want to peek at the grain.

    Now that is 35mm. I would imagine that MF or LF could fair far greater.
    I checked this out on flickr and it looks pretty damn good to me at even less than 1/1000th(1/1250) and with a 400 film pushed to 3200. It doesn't look to be a particularily bright day either.

    Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
    Where did you read that?

    Shooting at f22 with 35mm will give the somewhat fuzzy "Joel Meyrowitz" f90 on 8x10 look, which I don't see in Cohens work.

    I'm familiar with his use of flash. A high power flashes can have a duration as long as 1/1000
    I'm not sure many 35mm cameras can handle a sync rate that high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrred View Post
    I'm not sure many 35mm cameras can handle a sync rate that high.
    Doesn't have to. If ambient light barely registers (which is the case with ISO100, F/22 and 1/200s) and the flash duration itself is 1/1000s (which is the case with compact flashes set to 1/4 output), you have, as far as motion blur is concerned, an effective exposure time of 1/1000s.

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