First photo post

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Zenzanon, Apr 2, 2009.

  1. Zenzanon

    Zenzanon TPF Noob!

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    Hey guys, here's my first photo post here.
    I took this image a month or so ago. I'm working on finishing up some rolls so hopefully I'll have something newer to post soon.

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    epp_b No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Wow! Pretty dang good for a first post!
     
  3. Fox Paw

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    I like it, in part because it's a bit unusual.
     
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    alien thingy :p

    really nice

    love it! and welcome to TPF
     
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    Way better then my first photo post. :er:

    My favorite part is the green on the leaves and how the light shine through that. Quick question how long have you been shooting before you started here at TP?. Overall a really nice shot, you mention roll was this a film shot.
     
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    Very interesting capture.

    Can I guess that they are stadium type lights behind the trees in the mist? Square crop makes me want to assume MF film? I'd like to see more.

    Marc
     
  7. Zenzanon

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    Thanks everyone!

    Tux- I've been shooting since around the summer of '04 and have slowly become more and more obsessed with this hobby. I'm a member on a few other photo forums, but I like to try to get critiques from different crowds. It helps keep me on my feet. :)

    Marc- The lights are spotlights from a building that is in the background. It's quite an unusual building, apparently the architect designed it so it's shaped like a cello when viewed from above. I guess it makes sense since its the performing arts center on campus.
    This is indeed 6x6 film. It was shot with my Bronica SQ-A setup on expired Agfa 160 XPS.
     
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    love the light
     

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