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Bronica ETRSi

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Bios., May 5, 2012.

  1. Bios.

    Bios. TPF Noob!

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    Some shots taken with my uncles bronica. Both films went out of date in 1995, the B&W is a bit messed up but the colour is fine.

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    Bronica etrsi - Ilford FP4 by [[BIOSPHERE]], on Flickr

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    Bronica etrsi - Ilford FP4 by [[BIOSPHERE]], on Flickr

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    Bronica - Fuji Superia 100 by [[BIOSPHERE]], on Flickr

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    Bronica - Fuji Superia 100 by [[BIOSPHERE]], on Flickr

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    Bronica - Fuji Superia 100 by [[BIOSPHERE]], on Flickr



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    Bronica - Fuji Superia 100 by [[BIOSPHERE]], on Flickr

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    Bronica - Fuji Superia 100 by [[BIOSPHERE]], on Flickr

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    My personal feeling is that anything appears blurred in the foreground can mar the beauty of an image... hmm... i see that in many images here
    I liked #3
    I liked #5, but would love to have a bit more light on the road
    #6 is very impressive with that onlooker at the other end.. if he were a bit more on to the street, the effect would have been more, i feel

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    Thanks for the comment. I really like photos with an oof foreground, it's like your forced to look around whatever it is and your eyes want to focus on it but they can't.
     

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