A taste of my latest film offerings ;)

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  1. voodoocat

    voodoocat ))<>(( Supporting Member

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    Film is still my first love. Nothing like holding a shot taken on Velvia ;)

    This is from our moonlit excursion on 7.31-8.01
    It is very low key so if you have a dark monitor you might not see much detail. With my cheap flatbed scanner anything in shadow is very noisy, so I ran this through neat image twice. I like the feel of it so I'm thinking of getting a drum scan done which would show much more detail and no noise. That is that green haze you see on the corners.

    Yashicamat 124G
    Fuji RVP ISO50
    f4.0, 16 min

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    Nice! Seems you have a lot of great pics from your excursion. :D

    I keep hearing about Neat Image. Is that a filter found in PS or a separate program?
     
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    voodoocat ))<>(( Supporting Member

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    It is a seperate program but the latest version has a photoshop plugin.
     
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    That is awesome. It looks like the scene from a movie.
     
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    Karalee hOtLiPs!

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    Gorgeous voods, I love the vingetting
     
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    I've got a dark monitor so I can't see much. Bet it would look lovley in person
     
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    malachite Heavily Medicated For Your Protection

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    Yeah, what's up with the vignette? This wasn't the one with that second set of powerlines I never saw was it?

    Need to see it on my monitor at home but I love the blue........
     
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    Nothing quite like moonlight and a high saturation film. sigh.... Very nice!
     
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    Ok, I already wanna go to NZ. Now I'm starting to wanna go to AZ!
     
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    Vignette is caused by the extreme underexposure... you should see the slide. If I hold it up to a bright light I can see decent detail but there's no way my cheapo scanner is going to see it. Unless it needs.... more power!

    I think we should go back to this spot with lawn chairs next time and spend the whole night there... I think I'm going to leave the digital at home and bring a few tripods, both yashica's and the minolta. And get faster film.. that ISO50 was too slow.


    I didn't see any powerlines.. this was the area past the gate.
     
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    That shot looks great on my moniter so I can only imagine what the original looks like!
     
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    This looks wonderful! I love it, think the composition is great. It sure does look like a movie scene.
     

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