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erinMalone
05-31-2007, 12:30 AM
shot a couple of zoneplate images Monday when I was out at Lands End in San Francisco. These were shot using polaroid type 59 and have the blue cast to them like the ones I posted in the pinhole section. When I scanned them I converted them to black and white and like them a lot better so here you go.

4x5 polaroid type 59, zero image 45 camera, app.12 second exposure. Attached files http://f295.f295.org/uploads/beach_zone_sm_7586.jpg (http://f295.f295.org/uploads/beach_zone_sm_7586.jpg) http://f295.f295.org/uploads/spray_sm_1593.jpg (http://f295.f295.org/uploads/spray_sm_1593.jpg)

Andrew
05-31-2007, 06:54 AM
love the water effect in the second one.... very good :D

GregL
05-31-2007, 10:03 AM
Very nice shots. I think I like the framing of the second one the best.

Daryl
06-03-2007, 03:58 PM
I do like everything about the second one.
That is gallery material!

But now that I've looked at them again and again, that first one is too!

PhotoBob
06-16-2007, 07:50 PM
Nice images Erin - thanks for sharing them

sikandar
10-24-2007, 08:03 AM
Wonderful seascapes but.. zp's supposed to be sharper than pinholes? - not that I know much about them. Very nice either way!

murrayatuptowngallery
10-25-2007, 02:47 AM
ZP's have a more critical dependency on distance, or 'focal length', but I have always seen blurrier results than pinhole.

I'm not sure what causes that.

I want to try a colored filter (w/ black&white) & see if that helps with sharpness. I'm not sure it can sharper than pinhole because it basically is a pinhole surrounded by additional apertures - maybe this is closer in function to a 'soft-focus' lens that has additional apertures.

The first application I heard of using zone plates was focusing 'soft xrays' - I don't know what the difference is between soft & hard xrays,