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    Re: Depth of Field on Windy Day

    "HP5+ is ASA 400, so the exposure would be nominally 1/400 @ f/16 in daylight. "

    A more realistic ISO would be half that. Then add three stops more for a 25A and you're down around 1/30 for a real world correct exposure.

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    Re: Depth of Field on Windy Day

    Hmmm. I've shot a lot of boxes of HP5 sheet film. And it was darn rare I ever used an exposure as fast as 1/30th.

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    Re: Depth of Field on Windy Day

    If it's windy, and the camera is not bouncing around, I just go with it.
    Here's an example. It was VERY windy!

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    Re: Depth of Field on Windy Day

    http://www.largeformatphotography.in...hurches/page84

    In looking at the Churches section another Andrew O'Neill image came up that shows a very good job of motion and stillness working in windy conditions.

    Seeing where he lives I know wind is part of his creative challenge. As I type this we have 14 degrees, snow, 25-30 mph winds and gusts over 60. Not a blizzard, just a severe winter storm. Difficult to keep an 8x10 still enough in these conditions outdoors.
    I tend to procrastinate on stuff. One of these days I'll do something about it.

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    Re: Depth of Field on Windy Day

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew O'Neill View Post
    If it's windy, and the camera is not bouncing around, I just go with it.
    Here's an example. It was VERY windy!

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    If one item is sharp works for me a very beautiful image Andrew.

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    Re: Depth of Field on Windy Day

    Beautiful image, Andrew. Really well done.


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