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|This shot is taken with the Mamiya Digital Camera mated with an old Mamiya Film lens. The image quality is perfect except for certain shutter speeds (1/80th and 1/160th) where there is a ghost image and magenta cast. On all other shutter speeds the image quality is perfect. I can't find a reason for this phenomenon.|
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- [2014-05-22 10:12]
I like this photogenic cows, their stare, the way you composed the shot and rendered the tonal range.
- [2014-05-22 10:31]
They just wanted to check out what type of camera you were using Roger. Great angle, makes for an interesting composition.
I don't have an answer for your Old Film lens's problem, I guess it would be silly to suggest a UV filter while using it?
love the choice of black and white fantastic tones
- [2014-05-25 9:50]
Superb tones and clarity. I like everything in this photo. Great Work!
Ciao Roger, lovely B&W with nice bucolic scene, excellent clarity and splendid light, very well done, my friend, have a good week end, ciao Silvio
I like the composition and the sense of distance you have created. The low pov works really well. Nice job