Discussion in 'Film Discussion and Q & A' started by SoulfulRecover, Oct 7, 2016.
It's tilted because when framing, lined up with base.
photo of the kiddo:
Ill have to get a scan at some point
I love this, can't wait to see it scanned.
Shooting through 1830's lead glass. Man, I am a sucker for lead glass. Every time I see it, I got to shoot through it. I intentionally left the exterior brick, window edge in the frame, to connect the viewer with the anomalies of lead glass.
Nikon F, Nikkor micro 55 f3.5 Pre AI, TriX 400. f/8 @ 1/1000s, Epson V800
2. Side view. Not as rippled but more reflective. Different window.
Interesting effect, good subject as well.
Thanks bud. If I ever printed #1, I'd probably crop out the brick edge.
Nikon F, Nikkor 43-86 F/3.5. TMax 100. HC 10 B. In the hood of Detroit. East Side. Foot of Alter Road.
Sewer Ladder. Nikon FM, 35 f/2D, Acros 100, HC 110 h
Red Door. Pentax K1000 50mm Fuji 400
I did everything I knew how to eliminate the fishing line in camera. I am happy with result of a goal to illuminate a subject on film while trying to eliminate highlights and create a floating effect. Unfortunately, I burned through three images on film to study. I had to post process but it was minimal. Spot, drop 2 stop, focus, and make sure you +2 stop and/or bracket. The fishing line was virtually invisible. I have so much to learn. I am such a bad photographer.
Great idea ! A bit of surrealism ?
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