quality of light

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  1. crawdaddio

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    Love the second one.
     
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    Both are great shots, though I do like #1 the best.

    What were the specifics? ie, lenses, exposure, film or digital?

    Sam
     
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    Well for my two cents worth I way prefer the second one, looks much better to me.
     
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    second one looks like a shot right out of a horror movie. love it
     
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    Good stuff Craw, number2 has the edge for me but like em both. :thumbup:
     
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    I love the second one!
     
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    Thanks everyone.
    @samguss----these were shot on a hasselblad 500c with a planar 80mm 2.8 lens on tri-x 400 film. I think the exposures were around 1/60 at f/2.8 (if I recall correctly).
    Thanks for all the comments and interest in these. I'm pretty happy with how they came out. The scans of the negatives (shown here) aren't even close to the tonal detail in the prints.
    ~DC
     
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    yo #1 is tight
     

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