Something Has Got To Change

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  1. Battou

    Battou No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Shot with Canon FD 100-200mm at 200mm on Canon Bellows FL on Canon EF, ASA 800 (uncropped full frame)
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    Nice and sharp, and good detail. That piece of lint on the edge of the 1979 penny is bugging me though!
     
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    This was shot in the darkness to elminate any red casting from the sides of the buket the change was in, I litterally did not see it. The nickle on the right was maticulously placed so I could see the meter needle, even then I barely saw it.
     
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    Oh, wow, interesting. How long of an exposure?
     
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    still looks quite red to me, long exposure = more light = color cast from bucket, no big deal if hand printing though. Personally I'd of set up the shot without the bucket. H
     
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    A translucent food container should do the trick, or maybe an empty ice-cream carton. Chances are you'd be able to fire a flash in through the side of it.
     
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    Yes, I did notice there was some red tint to it still despite, but I really did not want to dump that buket outjust for the shot.

    Even then, I was rather pleased with the the lab print that came back.

    I don't have any translucent food containers, just don't use them. Also I don't use flashes unless absolutely necessary, even then they are generally puny POS built in flashes.


    Thanks for the input.
     

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