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    Chamonix 45N-2 | Fujinon 90mm f8 | Ektar 100
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pali K View Post


    Chamonix 45N-2 | Fujinon 90mm f8 | Ektar 100
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    Nice!

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    Tmax100, Red 25A at sunset, 210mm G Claron lens at f/16, 1 min 34sec exposure. Chamonix 45H-1


    [IMG]20180505_0045_Working_20180826 by Steven Ruttenberg, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Re: Old Things,Farms,Barns,Buildings, Plus

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Ruttenberg View Post
    Tmax100, Red 25A at sunset, 210mm G Claron lens at f/16, 1 min 34sec exposure. Chamonix 45H-1


    [IMG]20180505_0045_Working_20180826 by Steven Ruttenberg, on Flickr[/IMG]
    Nice image, but now I'm curious why you used a red filter. What tone shift were you seeking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Olsen View Post
    Nice image, but now I'm curious why you used a red filter. What tone shift were you seeking?
    Was experimenting with it to see if I could get more contrast between the rusted hopper and its surroundings. It seemed to work. Although, I could have done without as well.

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    Corncrib & Outhouse (oh well!) at the Wilbor House Museum, Little Compton, R.I. Unfortunately the museum (interiors and docent) were closed, but I'm always attracted to simple geometrics.

    Tech: HP5+, Pyrocat, very minor contrast adjustment during scan (and slight crop to right edge to balance composition), silver print to come later.

    WilborHouseMuseum by Peter Lewin, on Flickr

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    I'm not really a building person but I played hooky one day and drove to Joshua Tree. This image is from Desert Center. I've always wanted to come and take a pic of this corner. This image is about has HOT as it looks. I think the guage read 105. Not as hot as Vegas or Palm Springs but I couldn't stay under that dark cloth for long so barely composesd, quick snap, and got out of there!


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    I believe this is called Twin Towers:



    Constructed by ancestral Puebloans, a sedentary farming culture that occupied the Four Corners area from about A.D. 500 to A.D. 1300, this structure is thought to have been built around 1200 A.D. and is located in Hovenweep National Monument. Hovenweep is a Paiute/Ute word meaning "Deserted Valley" which was adopted by pioneer photographer William Henry Jackson in 1874. In 1917-18, J.W. Fewkes of the Smithsonian Institution surveyed the area and recommended the structures be protected. On March 2, 1923, President Warren G. Harding proclaimed Hovenweep a unit of the National Park System.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericantonio View Post
    I'm not really a building person but I played hooky one day and drove to Joshua Tree. This image is from Desert Center. I've always wanted to come and take a pic of this corner. This image is about has HOT as it looks. I think the guage read 105. Not as hot as Vegas or Palm Springs but I couldn't stay under that dark cloth for long so barely composesd, quick snap, and got out of there!


    Desert Center, CA. Kodak 12" Ektar.
    Nice. I did similar on Route 66 earlier this year on I-40 in CA. There are also a couple of buildings I want to photograph on I-10W around Desert Center Exit. Old gas station, and some other beat to hell bldgs. I go back that way mid-Oct so I hope to have time to stop on way out.

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