Bear @ zoo shot with my N75 film camera

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  1. sabbath999

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    I was playing with my N75 last weekend... this is the first shot I have scanned.

    My "new" N75 shoots about a stop too hot, which I found out only after seeing the negatives.

    Scanned with my Plustek OpticFilm 7200.

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    I like it, the bear is so sharp with the out of focus background. Very nice
     
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    Ducked outta the way with that guy marching towards me! :)

    Good shot. Nice DOF with attention towards the face. I love zoo shooting too, as it is the closest I see myself getting to a safari ...
     
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    Nice teddy bear.:lol: I like how the shot came out. Did you make any adjustments in scanning or post processing to dealing with the stop over? Also I recall you saying or implying what you where a little unhappy with your scanner. IMO it seems to have done a better that OK job at less for web viewing.
     
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    I like how the bear is positioned, and you can see the length of its claws. Still a good shot despite the 'stop too hot' and having to scan
     
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    that's awesome!!
    I really like the way the light is hitting his coat really showing the different shades of brown.
    I love the look on his face... so cute!!
    too bad he'd kill me or I'd want to snuggle him!
     

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