A&P couple of new medium format B&W shots

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  1. IntheWorks

    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    shot with velvia 120 film with my Mamiya RB67

    I thought they looked good, but lacked something... once I did a quick B&W conversion, I loved them.

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    Interesting. The spot to the right of the window looks a little blwn out though. did you dodge it?
     
  3. mojito

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    vignette much?
     
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    man, no where around here can i get medium format developed
     
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    I like them both!
     
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    love the quality of those pics...what kind of conversion did you do? alot of vignetting in that second one, reminds me of old movie film
     
  7. IntheWorks

    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    believe it or not, the vignetting came straight from the camera... I didn't add it afterwards....

    the barnside shot looks a little hot on my monitor at home. I might have to try and tone it down a bit tomorrow @ work.
     
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    hash browns lolcathlon champion OT Supporter

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    i like the textures, but for the pictures themselves, i just don't "get it"
     
  9. mojito

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    that much and that severe vignette can't be right
     
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    :ugh2:

    If you go too wide angle on a medium format camera, it WILL happen.
     
  11. mojito

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    that isn't wide angle nor is it acceptable. it can happen on any camera system. trying using a large format, you have to be carful no to have the rails in a wide angle shot let alone vignette or cut-off/fall-off, its just something you have to know how to control. Some vignette looks good, but solid black corners with almost no transition?
     
  12. IntheWorks

    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    I'm not exactly sure why it happened... it was the only shot that turned out like that.
     
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    lots of stacked filters shot stopped down? lens hood too close?
     
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    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    no filters, no lens hood... I might have been stopped down though.. I think I shot a lot at f/11 - f/16 that day.
     
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    I gotta say... holy boring
     

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