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Long time no post - Recent Film Shots

Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by [kane], Sep 15, 2013.

  1. [kane]

    [kane] Member

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    I finally bought a 617 film body, anyhow. I thought I'd post up a few recent film shots. Long time no see. All shot on Velvia 50 120 and scanned using an Epson v700.

    Enjoy

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    Brisbane form Southbank

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    Sunshine Beach, Noosa

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    Kangaroo Point at Dawn

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    Brisbane City and the Story Bridge Dawn

    Go big or go home ;)

    Thanks
    Kane
     
  2. pogue_mahone

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    amazing work as usual Kane.

    Love the colours in these.

    #2 is a standout for me.
     
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    These are pretty amazing, I think the blue/purple tint works well but with every shot it's a bit overbearing (the second one in particular).

    My pick is 4.
     
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    It is the characteristic of the film :)
     
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    [kane]

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    No tinting going on here, its the film. Velvia 50. However the Cokin X121s also adds a little colour.

    Thanks
    Kane
     
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    great comp and exposure mate - velvia is not exactly the most forgiving of films :)
     
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    Dude! Amazing!
     
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    #2 is really nice. good stuff as usual.
     
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    Love #4. Especially with the bridge on the right like that. And the light streak on the river (assuming a small boat passed at some point) :thumbup:
     
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    Very nice. :thumbup: I love the kangaroo point one. Did you scan the print or the negative?
     
  11. TwinII

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    I'm undecided as to my favourite Kane. Probably the second one actually.
     
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    I like the Kangaroo Point one the best. I think it's the yellow and the greens in the riverside buildings that do it for me. Beautiful.
     
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    Lovely pics Kane. I have many many positive and happy memories of childhood and teenage years at Sunshine Beach and Noosa National Park, so it's especially nice to see a film pic of Sunshine Beach.
     
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    With the story bridge, did you jump the fence or have a high Tripod?
     
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    [kane]

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    Yes, its a long exposure and the ferry would have passed by.

    These are all scanned on an Epson V700. 120 slide film scans.

    Thanks Martin. Need to get out again soon!

    Thank you.

    Thank you. I shot a bunch of shots that day, others from within the park. I'll have more on my website in the months to come.

    Nope, just a high tripod and a wide (panoramic format) camera.

    Thanks for all the comments guys, sorry for the delay.

    Thanks
    Kane
     

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