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Old 09-26-2010   #161
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that is simply wonderful. really, really well done.
Thanks. I shot that with a handheld M6 at 1/15 of a second! I still don't know how the lights blur didn't streak across that face...
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Old 09-26-2010   #162
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Great shot Chris! I tried the same technique myself, earlier this year (except on a tripod):

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i basically only shoot at night, it's the only time i have to devote to shooting. but i like it that way












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Great shot Chris! I tried the same technique myself, earlier this year (except on a tripod):

Wow that ferris wheel is awesome. Love how the lights formed those little squares! I assume you used a much longer exposure than I did to get that effect? I used 1/15 for mine, cause thats about as long as I can usually handhold. Didn't have my tripod.
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Hi Chris,
Thanks for the nice words! Yes, I think it must have been 30 seconds, which from memory is the longest shutter speed on the R8 that I used. Obviously the person in front was using a long shutter speed on her shot too! Yours is pretty darn good for 1/15 hand held!
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Here are a few older shots by me in Shanghai at night:


"card game" M6 | 50 Lux ASPH | TriX @3200


"the pub scene" M6 | 50 Lux ASPH | TriX @3200


"vehicles" R-D1 | 50 Lux ASPH | ~ISO 3200−6400


"trapped" M6 | 28 Cron ASPH | TriX @3200

A leaf, trapped in a lamp in fall, last year in a Shanghai backyard.
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Gregory, i like that first photo a lot, a beautiful abstraction.
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@ cnphoto , that newstand photograph is outstanding. What film was that?

@two23 / Kent; are either of those shot with that 9K flash?
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@ cnphoto , that newstand photograph is outstanding. What film was that?
thanks, Tri-X (Arista Prem 400) shot at 1250/1600 and dev'd in Rodinal 1:50, 32 minutes at roughly 15-17 degC with a VERY gentle agitation cycle (10 inversions initially, then 5 inversions every 5 minutes).

It's my new 'go-to' film and dev combo, for 3200 I increase time to a little over 40 minutes. there has been a few threads on here about this combo.

Here's a bigger (poor quality) scan.
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Rodeo de Santa Fe Carnival 2007. Tmax 3200 at EI-1600 developed in Tmax Developer




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An abandoned farm in Allen County, Indiana a few miles south of Fort Wayne. This was shot just after the sun had dropped below the horizon. It is a 10 minute exposure at f16 on Fuji Acros 100 at EI 50 developed in Rodinal 1+50. Mamiya 645 Super and 80mm f1.9 lens.
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it was a dark and cold night...

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Christopher, I like the last two very much for framing and detail!
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An abandoned farm in Allen County, Indiana a few miles south of Fort Wayne. This was shot just after the sun had dropped below the horizon. It is a 10 minute exposure at f16 on Fuji Acros 100 at EI 50 developed in Rodinal 1+50. Mamiya 645 Super and 80mm f1.9 lens.
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Beautiful.
Thanks jsrockit and menos. That is one of my favorite photographs. Its also the exposure is the longest i have ever used.
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thanks Chriscrawford! I really like your photo too.

That ferris wheel photo is INSANE. Love it!! great job on that shot
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thanks Chriscrawford! I really like your photo too.

That ferris wheel photo is INSANE. Love it!! great job on that shot
I can't take credit for the ferris wheel, Phil Wright did it, I was just commenting on his photo which is why it appeared in one of my posts
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Well, if any compliments are being telegraphed, I'll take them! Thanks Gregory, and thanks again Chris. This is a good thread - lots of variety and some awesome photos.
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Was wondering one evening, snapping pics of paint on brick walls...

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I noted someone to my right coming toward me with a big ole SLR in their hand. So, tucked the rangefinder away and let them pass by, then took this shot.

Photog at Night


hmmm - an RRS bracket on the camera, a tripod on the back... Maybe not just another SLR on the sidewalk.. Caught up with the photog and introduced myself - we had a nice chat on the corner. Checked out his work later and it was awesome! We've yet to head out for a shoot together, but it's on the list...
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Just LOVE the Contour of the Black against the Light ...
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When I travel on business the evenings and nights are often the only time I have. The CV 35 f1.4 helps, as does pushing the film one or two stops. Here is one from Singapore:

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...and another favourite from the same trip to Singapore:

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strong image Helen, the face fading in the bla....
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