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    These pictures have not been manipulated to give a false impression of the Velvia. Only small touch up was done to correct the poor colour accuracy of my scanner. All pics scanned from slides.

    Camera and lens: f80 + 50mm f1.8

    Crossroads: 1/30s f2 hand held
    Fear: 1/2s f8 tripod mount
    Freo Port: 4s f16 tripod mount
    Coast: 1/15s f2 tripod

    Matrix Metering for all pics. Film rated at ISO100.

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    these are great
    just one question, how did you get the purplish tinge? or was it the scanner? does give a very nice surreal mood to it.

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    The purple tinge or bluish tinge was probably caused by the overcast skies and the setting sun when it has just disappeared into the horizon. Exaggerated by Velvia i suppose.

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    cool.... beautiful shots and great eye for composition...

    where did you get those shots?

    cheers...

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    the color rendition looks much cooler than velvia 50

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    Wow...

    Supa saturated ...

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