Photos of the Temple, Before and After

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Photos of the Temple, Before and After

Postby Tristan » Tue Sep 09, 2003 1:15 am

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Postby captain mcguiver » Tue Sep 09, 2003 2:02 am

Thanks, I actually somehow missed the burn. Always a favorite, thanks for being there for me, and being a great photographer. This digi or film?
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Postby Tristan » Tue Sep 09, 2003 2:09 am

Scanned film (400 fuji superia) with SLR (Pentax LX, 20 year old technology, but I love it). Not the same point of view for both photos, as you can see.
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Postby captain mcguiver » Tue Sep 09, 2003 2:58 am

Close enough! I almost missed that.

Why Fuji over Kodak?
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Postby Tristan » Tue Sep 09, 2003 3:02 am

I always use fuji and agfa ultra for color neg, kodak Tmax 3200 for B&W. No reason, just that I am used to the film, so I stick to it.
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Postby midgetsonparade » Thu Jul 15, 2004 9:53 am

3200!? What about the grain? That does not bother you? Do you just expose it it at a slower speed then adjust the developing times? It seems like it would be cheaper just to buy some slower film. I agree with you about the color film though. The agfa is really bright without the skin slooking strange.
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Postby Lark » Thu Jul 15, 2004 10:56 am

High-speed, grainy film makes for a neat effect - often much more dramatic than higher-resolution images.

Tristan, that photo of the temple on fire is amazing! What a gorgeous image! Kudos!
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