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Thread: The pines of Killbear

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    The pines of Killbear

    C289-4 Kiillbear Pine-1-2.jpg
    I am just filling my way throughout the new navigation maze; if I can do it the first time it must be good and easy. Nice work Tom.
    4x5 Pinhole; f250; Fl: 75mm; d:0.300mm; Rc:1.5; Diag<90
    Photo location: Killber Park, Ontario; Date: September 2012; Film Used : ADOX25CHS
    Exposure 2 minutes 18 sec---under exposed by filter factor. corrected some in the development; Neg. Development: RO9 1+50 for 17 min Unicolor rotorary tank cont. revers. agit, Water stop, Kodak fix. PS+LR process : Negative scanned 1200dpi, RGB, spotted, Toned Deliocold curve, framed to 4x5 size.
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    A perfect, excellent shot.

    I can only double what Delio said. The new forum is great, the navigation easy. Really very good work, Tom.
    Last edited by renon; 09-29-2012 at 05:07 PM.
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    Hi Steve, thank you; very difficult to go around Killbear Park and not be remained of the Group of Seven. Colors they just started to show, here and there. One of these days I'll go up with some color film, I think this pine is the most photographed and, painted in the whole Precambrian shield :-)

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    Beautiful image, like the way the crack lead into the lone tree.
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    Thanks to all. I am not up-to snap with the complete spectrum of names, so I am glad to see a known new one.

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    A very, very fine pinhole image, Delio.
    Thanks for posting it for us to share.
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    This is just perfect, it remind me the kind of picture in book which learn you how to make good composition, how to place the subject´ how to play with foreground etc... A masterpiece!

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    A very nice picture!

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    A very nice photograph, I like it Delio.
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