mostly trees and a lensbaby shot

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  1. Karalee

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    I shot a roll of 35mm today for the first time in almost a year. It was such a different experience to be very deliberate with composition and exposure, knowing that I only had 36 frames, and not the usual 300.

    I quite enjoyed the difference between shooting this way and just firing off shots wastelessly. Anyway I digress, heres some from an early birthday present, an Elan 7, and the nifty 50.

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    And of course can't leave without a lensbaby shot ;)

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    All shot on ilford xp2.

    Thanks for looking :mrgreen:
     
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    great shots, love that first one! i just wish the dof was a tad deeper, but i love it the way it is too :D
    Last one's great too
     
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    Ahh I forgot I had taken one similar with the focus in a different area

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    ^^ this one is a great perspective, it gives the impression of trees growing out from a big weird cylindrical thing.
     
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    oh yeah, I like the one you added :D
    there you really see the branches growing out like spikes or something... great!
     
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    Very cool shots Kara. Really dig the second shot of the first pic.

    Oh yeah.. Im out of fridge magnets. And still no luck on the lensbaby experiment.
     
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    These are cool, and of course you know I dig the LB Shot!
     
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    Nice series, I think it's great to go back to film, it keeps you sharp.
     
  9. Karalee

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    Thanks!! I kind of made my own discoveries with shooting film this weekend - the whole film vs digital thing (for me anyhow) is a big bunch of malarkey - ones not better then the other, one helps me take a different kind of picture to the other though :lol: - pictures on film look a bit more 'gritty' too ;)

    Chiller, perhaps you need to hit a few real estate offices for some new magnets! Cut small ;)

    signed
    Filmgeek with a digital camera
     
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    Nice series Kara. I really like that first shot!
     
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    These are all great photos Karalee ! Thx for reminding me I have 35mm. The last one looking up in the tree is killer, love it. Love the LB shot as well.
     

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