My first shot from a medium format =)

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  1. Ghoste

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    Well here is my very first shot of a medium format camera. I took it with my friends camera, which I forgot what it is. But anyways. Here it is. A little dark =\

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    I realy like that. The darkness ish of it kind shows what hes thinking and for me goes realy well with the posture
     
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    very crisp!
    I love it!

    How did you like using the medium format camera?
     
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    Dude Chris it's awesome! I'm totally going to get one. I'm trying to save my money and get a Hassie. Well. I allready have enough, just trying to decide if that's what I should spend it on right now. I kinda need a car haha. And thanks for the comment Hot Shot :)
     
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    I like this image. The natural air, and the defocusing seems to me very attractive. The tonality I like much, and the light also. Good work. greetings from Spain.

    Me gusta mucho esta imagen. El aire tan natural, y el desenfoque me parecen muy atractivos. La tonalidad me gusta mucho, y la luz tambien. Buen trabajo. saludos desde España.
     
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    Thanks for the comment Ozzono :D Appreciate the feed back. I want a Hassie so bad now :( I'm gunna ask my manager tomorrow if I can buy one of his.
     
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    were you all the way up to F2.0 or something.... pretty cool effect....

    never seen it inside a store like that.... very cool...

    It was said the light matches the posture....


    how weird, I used to live in brea for the last 3 years, just moved to anaheim

    wanna trade shooting spot ideas sometime PM me.....
     
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    Whoa right on. That store is where I work, it's on Imperiel and Bastunchury. We are a pro lab. So if you ever want anything done stop on by :D There aren't any good places our way to shoot :( You have to look for abstract things. Thanks for the comment. I'm not sure why it came out under exposed, yeah I had a pretty wide f/stop. But it said it was the correct exposure?
     

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