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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

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    Cool

    Did you camp?
    Nope. That’s an option, of course. But since the days run to 13 or 14 hours, I knew I would probably get more out of it if I was working with a decent night’s sleep in a bed and a hot shower under my belt. Another member of the forum was there, and he did camp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameron Cornell View Post
    Nope. Thatís an option, of course. But since the days run to 13 or 14 hours, I knew I would probably get more out of it if I was working with a decent nightís sleep in a bed and a hot shower under my belt. Another member of the forum was there, and he did camp.
    Iím going to try and come next time around, Iíll have an infant at home but weíll see if I can squeeze it past my wife. Our school has ample professional development funds so it would be an amazing experience that I was otherwise never able to do in past years.


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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    C1. 250 fujinon. Zeiss softar filter II. Delta 100

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    That’s a really pleasing photo. Does the Delta have an enhanced green response? That foliage is so light.
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    this set up is from last june, in the Spain and Portugal borderline. Left side of the river is Spain and right side is Portugal. This is an area I love to picture. The lens used is an Apo Ronar 890/14. Film Provia 100. The light was terrible that day, so I repeated the set up last sunday on Velvia 50. The light was much better, but I have not processed the films yet.
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    Documenting our journey, 19 weeks pregnant in our newly renovated nursery. Not my most technical picture but I care less about that these days.


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    I await the Velvia, perhaps it clears the haze.

    Is there no other way to get that angle and perspective?

    Quote Originally Posted by hiend61 View Post
    this set up is from last june, in the Spain and Portugal borderline. Left side of the river is Spain and right side is Portugal. This is an area I love to picture. The lens used is an Apo Ronar 890/14. Film Provia 100. The light was terrible that day, so I repeated the set up last sunday on Velvia 50. The light was much better, but I have not processed the films yet.
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Real life!

    Perhaps a chair...

    All the best!

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    Documenting our journey, 19 weeks pregnant in our newly renovated nursery. Not my most technical picture but I care less about that these days.


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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    B&J Grover 8x10, Schneider APO-Symmar 210mm F/5.6, B+W no. 20 filter, Ilford Delta 100, Rodinal 1:50.



    Thanks,

    Gabriel

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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Is this a visual pun?

    Grover!


    Quote Originally Posted by GabrielSeri View Post
    B&J Grover 8x10, Schneider APO-Symmar 210mm F/5.6, B+W no. 20 filter, Ilford Delta 100, Rodinal 1:50.



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