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Fun with MF images

ejpeiker

Member
I call this one Redhead Rising - a shot from my shoot at a large seasonal waterfall on the Navajo Nation fed by snowmelt in northern Arizona's mountains.
GFX50S, 100-200mm @ 186mm, ISO 200, f/6.4, 2s

AZ_GrandFalls31.jpg
 

drunkenspyder

New member
The fun is in the small details of this one at the Altamonte Pass wind turbine farm:
P1 XF | Trichro | Mamiya 300mm | f/4.5 | 1/20 | ISO 50
 
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stevenfr

Active member
This image was taken with a Horseman panoramic film camera. Velvia 50 of course.

This is early dawn light in the autumn time. There is a mix of aspen, maples, and oak trees in this scene.
 

stevenfr

Active member
Thank you. I agree Velvia is a beautiful film. Although, 6 stops of DR was pretty limited compared to what we have today with our MF digital cameras. If I remember correctly, when I first printed this image the reds were out of gamut for my inkset.

Ah Velvia, my all time fave. Lovely Steve.
 

drunkenspyder

New member
Thank you. I agree Velvia is a beautiful film. Although, 6 stops of DR was pretty limited compared to what we have today with our MF digital cameras. If I remember correctly, when I first printed this image the reds were out of gamut for my inkset.
Right. I spent a lot of time in the Latin American rain forests with my Mamiya 645 and Rollei 6003 and 6008. Yes, not the DR we have today, and you sure weren't pulling up a whole lot out of shadows, but shadows were a big part of what made the forest feel the way it did.
 
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