Plinth

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  1. Fred Berg

    Fred Berg Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    This column is at one of the side porticos of St Jacob's church in Friedberg, Bavaria. I wanted to try out a lens I picked up on ebay (Auto Revuenon f1.4, 50mm) and some new film. The very front of the plinth is admittedly a little soft but I'm very happy with the colour and lighting in general, and with the isolation of subject.

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    Revue AC-5, Auto Revuenon 50mm lens, Kodak Elite Chrome 100, scanned at 2400 dpi (interpolated) resolution.
    C&C welcome


     
  2. Fishpaste

    Fishpaste TPF Noob!

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    The color is certainly interesting. However, I'm not sure I understand what the image is conveying.

    I looked up your camera, seems neat! I would like to see what else you end up doing with it :thumbup:
     
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    I would expect more detail especially from the front corner. It looks like it's cropped too tight and it's out of plumb.
     

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