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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Ellis View Post
    Thanks Vinny, I appreciate the compliments.

    Just curious - when you (or anyone else who reads this) clicks on the thumbnails to enlarge them, do they show up enlarged? When I do that I get the following message:
    "Firefox can't find the file at /forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=13446&d=1213111455." Kind of strange because when I click on other thumbnails in this thread they all come up as enlargements just fine. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that I deleted my first post of these images because they came up too dark, fixed that, and then reposted.
    Flush the cache in your browser.

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    another shot from my first couple days shooting LF. the barn at the Bud Ogle Place in the smokies. the nondescript foreground was included to see if i could do some of the things i have thus far only read about.
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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    The high school I went to in the 70's. Shot with a 5x7 on Ilford FP4 I believe. I posted this image once before but this is a tighter interpretation.


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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Andy - The City hall shot looks like it was taken with your 360 f 3.6. I like the IR effect on the first shot.

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    color photos from California
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    my black and white photos of the Mendocino Coast: www.jonshiu.com

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    Hi aporodogon...long time no see. You're right about the "lens". I'll bet you could even guess the exposure of the IR shot, right?
    Thanks for commenting! Now, why don't you post some of your architectural shots?? You have plenty of great images.

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    Jon, which film were you using? Are you pumping up the colours in photoshop?

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    Hi, for pictures 2-4, the film is Velvia 50 and it does tend to pump up the colors itself, especially greens. I did do a lot of Photoshop processing (Highlight/Shadow) on the Minkler Store picture to bring out the shadow details. The first picture of the Elk Garage is a pinhole shot with old Kodak Pro 100 negative film.

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    my first attempt at hand coloring. this is a Van Dyke Brown 8x10 photo. (actually it is a bit smaller cause some how i miss cut my paper!) from down around peter's valley last weekend.

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    Nice!

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