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Falls


This is the first in a series of waterfalls at Goitstock.

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Ebony 4x5
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Fuji Acros 100iso

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Super image Martin. Have you printed it yet?
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Thanks Tommy, no its one for the pipeline for matt a frame

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Yes Martin, I agree with Tom, a super image that will no doubt print beautifully,
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Very nice work [sign in to see URL] nice indeed.

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Beautiful. The tonal subtlety is very noticeable. Makes me wonder why I persevere with DSLR, I should really just use film.

Mind you, I probably still wouldn't get close to this.

What was workflow for toning Martin?
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Toby I use the split tone tab in camera raw, thanks all

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as they say about these parts "Booootiful""
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Beautiful tones in this image Martin with just enough motion in the water however there is a tad too much featureless foreground water for my taste. A square'ish crop down from the top would be my preferred option.

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Its subjective I suppose Keith, the problem I have is cropping a 4x5 to square when it takes so long to set, compose, develop the big negatives, I try at all times to get a decent balance at capture as I have in reality only 1 shot at it this.

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