Kansas Landscapes

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  1. ksmattfish

    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    A few from early mornings at the Haskell/Baker wetlands...


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    ...and some winter and fall trees.



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    camera: Speed Graphic w/150mm f/5.6 Schneider on tripod
    film: Arista Pro 125 developed in Sprint 1:9
     
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    these are all very good! #2 & 4 are my favorite. i almost missed the spiderweb shot. b&w tones are dead on :thumbup:
     
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    #2, 4 and 5 are great! Very cool shots!
     
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    Beautiful!!!! You need to post pics more often!!!!
     
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    the first and second are fantabulous!
     
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    The second and third shots take the cake on this end. In these frames I see strong original photographs. I would print them Siver Gel 16x20. Joking of course,but you get my drift.

    At this moment in time I am reminded of the varied landscape of Lawrence, Kansas. Meaning: Thanks for spilling the beauty of your neck of the woods and keep 'em comm'n!!
     
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    Love the first three.
    Even got the spiders webs!
    5 is a bit heavy after the ethereal nature of the others - but so what?
     
  8. ksmattfish

    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    Definately. These aren't meant to go together. 2 and 3 were shot on the same day, but all the others came from different shoots.

    What ties these together is that previously I couldn't scan the negs acceptably. But since I've been scanning my BW negs as if they were color positives I've been having a lot better results.

    #1 is my favorite.

    #2 is the shot that everybody takes. At least the location; it's right off the parking area.

    #3 has grown on me.

    #4 was one of my very first 4x5 shots. Obviously it's cropped. It was taken years ago; all of the others were taken in the last year or so.

    #5 is my current favorite portrait of this tree. It's on a short trail I hike at least once a month. I always take a camera, and if nothing else I take some pics of this tree. I think it looks plain at this small size. It needs to be viewed 16x20 or bigger.
     
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