Fantastic colour and tele shot Graham. Old slides may be, but the outcome is so awesome.
thanks again Marketa!
and thanks Manoo - good to hear from you :) - film still has a sort of magic that digital doesn't always quite match somehow
:), absolutely Graham the fun with creativity you had with 35mm, digital just does not match up. Even at 12 milllions pixels to me all you see is squares..:). But must admit, digital is lot lot easier and dead cheaper to mess around with.
here here Magic10 but i do miss my 35mm just wish they could make it compatible with digital so i could use the old gear and have the modern convenience. top shot Graham what camera where you using. steve
Yes Steve, all those cameras, telephoto/wide angle lenses etc.. which are gathering dust on the shelf. Even cokin filters are useless in a way as you can do all the fancy magic on a basic software.Well I hope, like you said that someone will come out with way of using all these old gears, or they will just get binned otherwise.
I have the (in this regard) advantage of using Pentax SLR's, so all my old lenses fit :))) - this was with a Pentax Z-1 plus 400mm lens,Steve - and I reckon there's still a place for an ND grad filter.
best regards to both :)
Hello Graham EXCELLENT SHOT Well captured.
thank-you Puna - it's a great memory for me too :)
it had a nest quite nearby,emil which it was supplying - I've got a pic somewhere, which I must dig out.
nice animal and beautiful photo
I'll put in favorite
a wonderful memory for me, also -NeveN- - thanks so much for that :)
Very very good! Great shot, Graham! Greetings, Enzo
thank-you Enzo - some pictures just look so good down the lens that you hope you haven't made any silly mistakes (slide film) - and this was one :)
he was a very obliging model Blau Clemens, - and you have to get some pay-off for getting up before sun-rise to be on the road early ;D
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