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    On the High Line

    Rather than continuing to hijack the "why did I choose . . . ." thread I thought that i would start one on the High Line outing with Lance and company. All images with an SK 35 xl on an Alpa TC plus 60 meg H back. I use my Leica D5 Disto for measuring distances - the Alpa hi rez focusing ring facilitates getting the settings on the camera. Exposure is sunny 16 rule plus trial and error.







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    Re: On the High Line

    More of the same:







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    Re: On the High Line

    Even more of the same.







    That's it for now.

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    Re: On the High Line

    Nice Woody. All handheld, correct?

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    Re: On the High Line

    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    Nice Woody. All handheld, correct?
    Correct

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    Re: On the High Line

    Woody - I was interested to know whether you are using the CF filter when shooting handheld with the 35 XL?

    Great images btw! I especially like the chain fence and bridge railing receding view images. Very nicely done.
    Remember: adventure before dementia!

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    Re: On the High Line

    Excellent Woody.

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    Re: On the High Line

    Woody,
    Very nice! Have you converted any to B&W? Some look as if they would really sing.

    Dave

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    Re: On the High Line

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Woody - I was interested to know whether you are using the CF filter when shooting handheld with the 35 XL?

    Great images btw! I especially like the chain fence and bridge railing receding view images. Very nicely done.
    Graham - I don't use a CF filter with the 35. You really need the two stops if you are hand holding. I find that I often prefer the look of the non-falloff corrected image is preferable as it tends to darken skies. I don't use the 35xl shifted. I've noted elsewhere that the good part of its image circle barely covers a 40x54 sensor.

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