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BuzzNL



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Highland cattle at nature reserve Huis ter Heide
· Date: Thu, 21, March, 2024 · Views: 10217
· Filesize: 68.9kb, 499.0kb · Dimensions: 1400 x 990 ·
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Keywords: Scottish Highlander
Film make, size & rating:: Fomapan 400 at 250
Film developer & temp:: Fomadon LQN
Lens Focal Length, aperture: EOS50e - EF 70-300mm IS USM at 300mm
Tripod used Y or N:: N
Paper:: Ilfospeed 3 Glossy
Paper developer & temp:: Fomatol LQN

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MartyNL

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Sat, 23, March, 2024 6:02pm

Nice Rembrandt style lighting for this cow portrait!

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BuzzNL

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Sun, 24, March, 2024 9:09am

Thanks! Had to work with the light angle available, and here the pose was dictated by the cow.
I dodged the head a little during printing to get some detail in the shadow side as it was really dark (well, light) on the negative, which turned out pretty nicely. Smile
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Terry S
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Sun, 24, March, 2024 1:48pm

A good scan to screen of both of the prints sent to me Buzz, so well done Smile


And although you sent to me some lovely 7" x 5" 's, both of the prints look really good when shown full size on the screen.


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alexmuir
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Tue, 26, March, 2024 1:36pm

This looks good with the animal filling the frame. The angle and lighting helps separate the subject from the background.
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BuzzNL

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Wed, 27, March, 2024 7:19pm

Thanks!
Oh and regarding the scans; I use an Epson V330 Photo scanner, which is said to be an entry level scanner but works quite well for me!
I do a little bit of basic post-processing (mostly setting levels correct) to match the print as good as I can.
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