Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Battou, Oct 30, 2008.
Taken with Canon FD 50mm 1.4 on Canon EF, ASA 800
Beautiful autumn colours. Does the film you used always give you such intense cyans? The sky is on the brink of looking kind of "fake" ... must be the film, I guess.
No, in fact the entire roll behaved a little oddly, but I am not going to complain. It may have some thing to do with shooting the entire roll metering for 400...not unintentional as well as some processing expariments to push the color temps a touch.
Long story short, I dunno what I did to get that but it ain't the only shot on the roll with a sky that looks like that, sadly I cropped almost all the sky out of the other I thought might be worth posting.
Very nice shot. I like the water.
Thanks, that is the part the people around me like as well.
wow that's beautiful..
like it from hills down, I usually like the cyan sky look but this is a little to much for me, what film was this
I'll have to check the negitive, but I think it was Fuji Superia 800, just general drug store stuffs.
Amazing colours, I admire anyone that uses film. Love the composition in this one.
Thank you, Film is not that hard once you get the hang of your camera. I still use standard drugstore film and send out processing so I can say there is no reason to avoid the drugstore to shoot film unless you absolutely want to. One hour...yeah stay away from that but sendout service is just fine. I do however scan my own negitives because I don't trust them to give me reasonable rezolution digital convertions but that is my chioce.
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