Some shots from Leonardslee

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Clive Gray
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Some shots from Leonardslee

Post by Clive Gray » Mon Feb 27, 2012 1:23 am Etc/GMT-1+01:00


Sinar C1 10x8 Nikon 120SW Velvia 100

Actually from October 09 but as Leonardslee might be re opening just felt like posting

Silly size here ... eff6_o.jpg

May 10


Sinar F2 10x8 Sironar N 360 Velvia 100

Silly size here ... 6a20_o.jpg

Aprill 10


Sinar F Fuji 210w F5.6 (80 degree one) Velvia 100

Silly size here ... 21d0_o.jpg

All indifferently caned on an Epson V750

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Re: Some shots from Leonardslee

Post by Neil Barnes » Mon Feb 27, 2012 10:33 pm Etc/GMT-1+01:00

Very pretty... but (oh so picky) a touch of Newton's rings on the first one, from the scanner I assume?

And somehow on the same picture I get the feeling that the lake is down on the right a touch... The third I think is my favourite by a small whisker.


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Re: Some shots from Leonardslee

Post by dave_whatever » Mon Feb 27, 2012 11:11 pm Etc/GMT-1+01:00

That one with the mist on the water is great.

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Re: Some shots from Leonardslee

Post by Charles Twist » Thu Mar 08, 2012 12:24 pm Etc/GMT-1+01:00

Hello Clive,
Good shots. The 2nd works best for me - probably because you're within he film's dynamic range - and the third is a good composition but too dark for my tastes. For the 1st and 3rd shots, I'd question your choice of film. Neg film would have gotten a lot more colour and texture out of the shots. But then if that wasn't your intention... First shot also suffers from light fall-off and seems a bit purple in the sky in the corners - a regular problem with Velvia 50 and 100 when they are under-exposed (I'd suggest a centre filter).
Hope that helps. Keep up the good work,

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