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Good Dpbours 2009-06-02 3:59

Hello Jane,

Good to see there are still people shooting film :-).
And you have your data - location and camera settings pretty detailed for someone shooting film!

I do like the compo and how the breaker leads the eye. The slight curving of the horizon is pleasant as well. Only the over-exposed parts are something I would have done some post processing on.

Greetings! Dennis

Old 06-02-2009, 11:22 AM
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Thanks Dennis

It is really hard for me to get rid off the natural and romantic and artesanal method as I love domumentary photo... but i think it is time to leave it shortly or to share it at least with digital, I惴 on my way to!

I do know is difficult to focus and not to overexpose film in general or panoramic shots on this foggy and misty days in the north athlantic... It愀 a life time challenge for me! But still I will try...
Any idea how to.. out of the polarised filter??

Thanks for your comments.

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Old 06-03-2009, 09:32 AM
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I'd step down -0.7 in light on the camera. Then you can step up the parts that are too dark in photoshop once you scanned the film.

Or use a ND Grad filter. I use the cheaper Cokin filter system. Adequate enough for situations like this. But a pity that my 14-24 lense cannot cope with the filters, since it is too wide...

Greetings! Dennis
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