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    Well done!

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    Nice...

    Pretty difficult to do in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by student
    Well done!
    Thanks! It's actually taken 1 year ago at the blue mountains. Wentworth falls

    I am beginning to understand why Ansel Adams prints cost so much ...cause I had to bloody trek 3 hours down and 3 hours up again for this stupid shot lol. I was lucky to catch it during the winter rains as it's usually dry.

    And yes, I didn't estimate exposure for this. Used the m6 as a psuedo spot meter and calculate abit of zones..but unfortunately in the scan I lost traces of detail in the shadows..

    well..$200 scanner *sigh*.

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    forgot..film is kodak plus x. rated 125 in 1:25 rodinal.

    If I were to do it again, I rather pull the damn thing by 2 stops and do it in rodinal 1:50 or rodinal 1:100.

    So yeah, not completely satisfield, but I didn't quite know better back then with low iso films lol. Oh well live and learn...

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    I do not mind the loss of details in the rocks. What speaks to me is the light in the "fore" rock and the falling water which looks more like rays of light.

    That gave life to the image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by student
    I do not mind the loss of details in the rocks. What speaks to me is the light in the "fore" rock and the falling water which looks more like rays of light.

    That gave life to the image.
    Well as much I'm not satisfied with the print, I appreciate your comments..thank you very much!

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