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    Re: Grass



    and small format, sorry...


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    Is that a Hassleblad? Brian Vuillemenot's Avatar
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    Re: Grass

    on the shores of Mono Lake
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Petronio View Post

    and small format, sorry...

    I just gained 5 pounds looking at this! (hehehe....)

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    Brian, that's stunning! Great colour!

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    Re: Grass

    Here's one I took last winter - kneeling on the cold sidewalk with my Crown Graphic.

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    Re: Grass

    Simply reeds. Heliar, 4x5, ADOX 25 in Pyrocat HD.


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    Alti Plano, Bolivia
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    Re: Grass

    I've been trying for years to capture the luminescent effect of machair after rain. The salt-tolerant grasses are often tinged blue-green, and the shell-sand they grow in acts like bright white underpainting. A long sopping day of light rain makes the true machair and the backlands shimmer, even in a very dull overcast light.

    Capturing it on film is an exercise in frustration, and wetness.



    Backland machair, Achnahaird

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    Re: Grass

    I find all kinds of pretty grasses deep in my film.

    Often, they surprise me when I’m dust spotting. Like this one.

    Be careful – it’s a jungle down there.

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    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Old tree.jpg   Grass by old tree.jpg  

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    5x7 Shanghai 100, Pyrocat M, 210mm Sironar S


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