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    Re: Some B&W Night Shots...

    . . Victoria, BC
    . . Victoria, BC by Reinhold S., on Flickr. . Parliament Building, Victoria, British Columbia.

    # VIGE 052 a negative scan. camera: Mamiya RB67. Kodak PXP film

    Reinhold

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    Re: Some B&W Night Shots...

    Reinhold, do you have any other super powers? Each one of these is terrific.

    What is your favorite method of metering? Do you go high/low or directly on subject and let everything else fall where it may?

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    Re: Some B&W Night Shots...

    From my "85258" project, wherein I walk around my zip code late at night with my dog, taking photos:



    (modified) Cambo WDS / A7R / Contax 645 55/f3.5 @ f8
    JG

    More of my photos can be seen at my photo-blog here: https://audiidudii.aminus3.com/

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    Re: Some B&W Night Shots...

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike_E View Post
    Reinhold, do you have any other super powers? Each one of these is terrific.

    What is your favorite method of metering? Do you go high/low or directly on subject and let everything else fall where it may?
    Thanks Mike,
    I cheat a lot... Mamiya M6 & M7 auto metering gets a workable negative most of the time ...Provided... that street lighting does not hit the meter or the lens directly.

    Using non-metered cameras (RB67, 4x5, etc.)... it's more hit & miss... a couple of 2-stop bracket shots raises the success ratio. Just make sure street lights don't hit the meter.

    Here's London where it never get's really dark. That hot lamp on the far right was shielded by a pole, the RB67s 180mm lens clipped out a lot of ambient city light & my intuitive guess gave me a workable negative...

    . . Big Ben, London by Reinhold S., on Flickr. .

    Reinhold
    Last edited by Reinhold Schable; 1-Dec-2019 at 19:20.

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