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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Kind of a cool scene over the Summer Lake area in southern Oregon yesterday. The area was experiencing some mountain wave action and some of it was reaching all the way to the ground. Summer Lake is a mostly dry playa, and you can see the dust off the playa being sucked up into the bottom of the altocumulus lenticular style cloud over the dry lake. More lenticular clouds were stacked to the east for about a hundred miles. The winds at 39,000 were out of the southwest at about 150 miles per hour. It looks like "the bottom" of one of those waves contained a lot of velocity and was able to sweep dust up into the cloud over the playa. I wish I had a better camera with me than an IPhone.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Quote Originally Posted by ross View Post
    Kind of a cool scene over the Summer Lake area in southern Oregon yesterday. The area was experiencing some mountain wave action and some of it was reaching all the way to the ground. Summer Lake is a mostly dry playa, and you can see the dust off the playa being sucked up into the bottom of the altocumulus lenticular style cloud over the lake. More stacked lenticular clouds were stacked to the east for about a hundred miles. The winds at 39,000 were out of the southwest at about 150 miles per hour. It looks like "the bottom" of one of those waves contained a lot of velocity and then swept up into the cloud over the playa. I wish I had a better camera than an IPhone.
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    Incredible!

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Those are cool Jeff. I would have loved to have been down there on the ground for that.

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Got bored, went fox hunting

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    These are from a snowstorm a few years back. Some of the negatives from this roll are so thin they start to look positive when viewed at an angle, like mini ambrotypes. I'm surprised they scanned in with any discernible detail at all.

    Diana plastic 120 camera, HP5+












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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    That's some doob!!
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    Lith print form 645 negative on late Fotokemika Varycon paper. Comparison with the same image printed the same way on fomatone paper over in my flickr stream.
    Website of sorts, as well as flickr thing.

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Quote Originally Posted by jcoldslabs View Post
    These are from a snowstorm a few years back. Some of the negatives from this roll are so thin they start to look positive when viewed at an angle, like mini ambrotypes. I'm surprised they scanned in with any discernible detail at all.

    Diana plastic 120 camera, HP5+

    Jonathan
    Yeah, I know what you mean. I've seen some of my negatives that look like a positive when viewed at the right angle. Scanning is so forgiving. I once forgot to put the camera on bulb and shot 100ACR 6 stops under exposed. The negative was so thin that now way it would wet print well, I suspected. Yet it scanned reasonably well and I got a salvaged image.




    100ACR accidentally shot 6 stops under exposed. I used a green filter on a red car to make it black



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    Quote Originally Posted by tuco View Post
    100ACR accidentally shot 6 stops under exposed. I used a green filter on a red car to make it black.
    You salvaged yours much more successfully than I did mine! I never would have guessed it was so grossly underexposed.

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