New Yesteryear...

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Orgnoi1, Apr 23, 2007.

  1. Orgnoi1

    Orgnoi1 TPF Noob!

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    I cant remember if I posted this shot or not...sorry about the icky color border...LOL

    This is a new photo of an old steamer... Cooperstown, NY.

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    Ohh like it! Delta Pro 3200 again? :thumbup: I gotta try more different films when I get some time!

    Maybe could do with a bit more contrast but I love the subject, composition and grain!
     
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    Actually this is all post processing noise... its shot with a Canon 5D and 24-70L @ 30mm, 1/800", f/14, ISO1600...

    The original shot has a decent amount of contrast... but in making it how it is you lose some in the "ageing" process....
     
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    Oh! :lol:

    I read a How To about scanning a plain high grain negative & merging it with a digital but to be honest I love seeing the grain created in the darkroom!

    Still looks good though! :D :thumbup:
     
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    Agreed. And the tones are very nice. :thumbup:
     

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