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    Fishermans at night.

    This is my first tentative for a personal proyect with a rangefinder camera system (and film, no digital). I will go back again to the ship to continuous with the proyect. Here are my first photos... what do you think about them?

    Camera: Zeiss Ikon.
    Lenses: 28mm 2.8 Biogon and 50mm 1.5 Sonnar
    Film: Kodak P3200 TMZ

    Place: Cantabric Sea (South-west cost of France - Basque Country).

    Photo 01: Hendaye (France), March 18 (2009), 20:30h


    Photo 02: Saint Jean de Luz (France), March 19 (2009), 01:30h


    Photo 03: In front of Lohia's Bay (France), March 19 (2009), 00:15h

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    Beautiful
    Those who know, shoot film

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    Nice work Shab!

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    I think they're excellent.
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    Shab,

    Really nice work....well done.

    Best regards,

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    Best regards,

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    Very nice, well done! My favorite among the three is #2.


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    Wonderful! Have you seen Jean Gaumy's book Men at Sea? I think you would like it.

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    Good images! Nice work.

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    Outstanding. Captures the mood of the moment. I really like the dynamics of image #3. I have been interested in attempting some night work but my only experience is with slower film. How did you determine the exposures and what sort of camera settings did you use? Can you share any of your processing information? Looking forward to more images as your project continues.......

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    Thank you very much for your words and thoughts!

    I will go to the ship the next week again and I hope to take more photos... it will be my second time in the ship and now, I know the people, the ship, theire work a bit more!

    Sionnac, I don't know this book but I will try to find information on internet about it. Thanks!

    mferrarini, I had big problems with the exposures. It was night when they were working and I had only their artificial light, so I had very high contrast scenes. Until now, I worked with an Olympus E-3 DSLR and I was used to use "Puntual" exposure system (no matricial or central) and in the Zeiss Ikon I only have a central pondered exposure system. It has been dificult to me exposure well. I was all the time thinking on how to exposure well. Every time in manual mode, I didn't use "A" mode.

    There were some moments where I needed a 35mm focal lens but I didn't have one, so I have bought an 35mm 2.0 for my next "try". I will be able to be nearer in some situations (I hope so) with a bit more of "depth of fild".

    Excuse me because of my bad english and thank you very much again.

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