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  1. pip_dog

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    I like these, very nice, good shadow detail, while still plenty of contrast ... might want to double check the horizon leveling on a couple though. Are these film by any chance?

    If you don't mind revealing it, how did you shoot these? ISO, f-stop, shutter speed, etc.
     
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    Nice sets, I love the B&W transition.
     
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    I wish these were film, I have a growing collection of rolls that need developed but I haven't been able to contact my university's art director to see about using their darkroom. I shot these on my Fuji XF1 P&S using the widest aperture I could (1.8 at widest but quickly closes to 4.9) at ISO 800. The IS on the camera is actually pretty good, some of these shutter speeds were slllllloooooooowwwwwww. Will check horizons.

    Thanks!
     

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