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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Nice one chassis! TMX gets a bad rap sometimes but I love it. And you know the 58XL is one of my favs!

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Thanks Bryan. TMX is a deliberate film because of the speed, and so is the 58 SAXL because of its field of view and resulting perspective. Both together need a deliberate approach. Not all subjects and lighting situations work with a wide lens and slow film.
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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Quote Originally Posted by chassis View Post

    Spring house, eastern Pennsylvania
    Toyo 45AII
    Schneider Super Angulon XL 58/5.6
    Schneider center filter
    Kodak T-Max 100
    20 second exposure

    First time for me with this film. I can see a new relationship developing!
    Wonderful shot! Gotta love Tmax. One of my favorites.

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    From some years ago, a self-assignment on a fine summer's day in Leesburg, VA.
    Omega 4x5, 210mm Komura, Ilford FP4. Scanned (inadequately) from silver gelatin print on Ilford Multigrade Fiber.

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    Sine scientia ars nihil est.

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Bosque County courthouse in Meridian TX. Chamonix 045-F1, Rodenstock 150mm lens, Portra 160.

    Bosque County courthouse, Meridian TX by Kenny Johnson, on Flickr

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Quote Originally Posted by kenj8246 View Post
    Bosque County courthouse in Meridian TX. Chamonix 045-F1, Rodenstock 150mm lens, Portra 160.

    Bosque County courthouse, Meridian TX by Kenny Johnson, on Flickr
    Well executed Kenny! I like the full sun lighting and resulting excellent exposure. The palette is very nice.

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Thank you, BJ.

    A detail shot of the clock/belltower of the Bosque County courhouse. Nikkor M 300mm f9 lens and Fuji Provia 100 film. I struggle with metering slide film.

    Bosque County courthouse tower detail, Meridian TX by Kenny Johnson, on Flickr

    Kenny

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Quote Originally Posted by kenj8246 View Post
    I struggle with metering slide film.
    Excellent exposure, Kenny.

    I might have reduced the exposure by 1/3 or 1/2 stop to bring up the saturation of the red roof.
    But that's an aesthetic option, not a technical one.

    I often shoot multiple exposures spaced 1/3 or 1/2 stop for complex subjects.
    Then I select which I prefer after the film is processed. They do differ.

    - Leigh
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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Quote Originally Posted by kenj8246 View Post
    Thank you, BJ.

    A detail shot of the clock/belltower of the Bosque County courhouse. Nikkor M 300mm f9 lens and Fuji Provia 100 film. I struggle with metering slide film.



    Bosque County courthouse tower detail, Meridian TX by Kenny Johnson, on Flickr

    Kenny
    Nice shot! I live the colors and contrast of the Provia.

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Thank you both, much appreciated. Leigh, I should bracket more but then my workload goes up once I get home. All kidding aside, it may be just the thing to do from an academic standpoint, as I'm claiming to be woeful at metering.

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