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TomHayward


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Shot with Fuji Supeira 400 using Rollei 35sl
Date: Fri, 9, July, 2010 Views: 3142
Filesize: 217.9kb, 114.4kb Dimensions: 521 x 800
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Keywords: Hadleigh Castle
Film make, size & rating:: Fuji Superia 400
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 50mm planar f11
Tripod used Y/N:: n

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B&W Neil

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Sat, 10, July, 2010 7:51pm

A nice bold image of this tower with natural colours. The dark blue sky helps to make the tower stand out. Did you use a polariser filter ?


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TomHayward
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Sun, 11, July, 2010 5:16pm

It looks like it doesn't it? But no, I didn't have a polariser with me. I was just very lucky that the sky was so perfect. The weather was beautiful that day, it was taken during the volcano eruptions, so there were no exhaust trails in the sky.
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Mike O'Pray
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Fri, 16, July, 2010 5:40pm

A question really followed by another with an implied critique of a kind


Is this a scan of a print or of a neg? If it is a print then the stone work looks a little magenta-ish on both scenes. Mind you if you dial in more magenta I wonder what happens to its primary opposite which is green in terms of the grass colours?


The grass looks a surprisingly deep green.


However all of this colour balance comments needs to be pre-faced by the statement that it could simply be my monitor.


Fuji Superia is an amazingly saturated film as evidenced by the sky and colours in general. A local wedding photog uses nothing else as she says that everybody wants tanned skin and saturated colours at summer weddings.


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B&W Neil

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Sat, 17, July, 2010 9:15am

Mike, It looks OK on my monitor.


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