Almost the last of my Joshua Tree shots

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  1. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Got my B&W back for the lab the other day and was more that a little disappointed with the quality results. Shoot these with Efke KB25 with ether EOS-1 Canon 28-70/2.8, Sigma 20-40 or Hassy 500 C/M with 50/4




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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    hmmm, the first 2 do look a little muddy. Are these scanned prints or negatives?

    I really like the composition on #1, though - and the feel is very bleak and desolate. :thumbup: Nice job!
     
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    Negative scan on an Epson 4180, I just got it and still need to learn how work it better. But, The negative don’t look good in general, (very light) over exposed.
     
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    well they are a bit dark but the first one is really nice... moody :D
     

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