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  1. P Bailey

    P Bailey TPF Noob!

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    This is a really beautiful scene, PB....showing up kinda dark on my monitor, though. :? Love the "blueness" and serenity of this image.

    What film were you using?
     
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    Very nice! it looks like color infrared, but then again, you might just live in a place that has seasons (hence the non-green) trees. :D
     
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    Fuji NPH 400 film in the Holga
     
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    Maybe it's just my monitor, but it seems a bit too dark to me as well (at least in parts). I can't see much of the details of the shore. The blue is nice, but the sky is too grainy and overpowers the image.
     
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    it's quite a beautiful picture, I love the variety in this forum
     
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    I'm tellin ya, those holga's are pretty cool! Nice work :thumbsup:
     

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