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I love to photograph nature with my Nikon D40....these were taken with a 70-210mm lens.

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Ambient light test shot. Her name is Celeste and I'm going to use her in the upcoming Gap shoot. Celeste by DYSong Photography, on Flickr
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IC.... This is what Ektar 100 looks like. It likes to be shot about 1/2 to one stop underexposed. Paul by DYSong Photography, on Flickr Annie by DYSong Photography, on Flickr
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Originally Posted by Crane's View Post
This is what Ektar 100 looks like. It likes to be shot about 1/2 to one stop underexposed.
Looks absolutely great. So much more character than digital. Still no way I'd change to film, the lazy bastard that I am.
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Great colour on that Ektar.
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Here are some of mine. I'm having issues posting photos from Flickr though... Just me? Probably.
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posting bbc codes?\\ Crane those Ektar shots are great for outdoors..I need to look into some of that. Were all your subjects pretty stationary?
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Sorry guys, it's bugs once more







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Looks absolutely great. So much more character than digital. Still no way I'd change to film, the lazy bastard that I am.
Don't switch but augment! One thing that shooting film with an older SLR will do for you is teach you to slow down and wait for the shot. Take that to shooting digital and you'll get a whole lot more good looking pics.
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Great colour on that Ektar.
Indeed. I like very saturated bright colors and a warmer look in general, Ektar delivers that.
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Originally Posted by il ciclista View Post
Crane those Ektar shots are great for outdoors..I need to look into some of that. Were all your subjects pretty stationary?
Yes they were since I was shooting a very shallow DOF. Up around f6 and a bit more distance and it wouldn't be a problem taking pics of say a dancer. I just got back a roll of Portra 160. All I can say is holy shit this stuff is great! Deep colors, excellent skin tones, great contrast and sharp as a razor. This time around I stuck with f stops from 2.8 to 5. I haven't looked at the low res scans yet. If they aren't clean and crisp then I'll have the negatives scanned as high res tiffs and convert them to loss less jpegs before I post them up.
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Most of the time cameras and water don't mix. Sometimes they do..... Bikini by DYSong Photography, on Flickr
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The picture in itself isn't great, but I was just adding to the insect pool..it had an interesting pattern on it's wings...almost like eyes.
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/\\/\\/\\ I see those all the time when I'm hiking. They're really pretty but for the life of me I can't remember it's name.
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The last two were processed through some polaroid app. kinda fun actually.
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