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    Viaduct


    I showed a photo of this pin hole image being created before (below) but only processed and printed the negative this weekend.



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    Great image, I like the finishing you do. How strong was the wide blow to have to tie the camera down like that.
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    Thanks I'm mindful not to cross over the line to 'too much technique, not enough art'. Hopefully I haven't crossed it.

    It was pretty windy as I was setting up. The wind was blowing the snow around quite a bit, see the photo below:


    _35_00160 by zzpza, on Flickr

    However, as you can see from the photo below the pinhole image, it had calmed down a lot when I took the photo. It was still windy and I definitely would have had a LOT of camera shake in the image if I hadn't staked the camera out. I did mean to take my anemometer to measure the wind speed, but the batteries were flat when I was packing the camera up, and didn't have any spare.
    Last edited by zzpza; 01-19-2015 at 04:44 PM. Reason: typo

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    Love the final image. All the behind-the-scenes shots are an added bonus.
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    I really like the streakiness in the clouds here. How long was your exposure?

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    I made two exposures there, one at 3'30" and the other at 5'10". But as I've only processed one of the two sheets so far, I don't know if this is the longer or shorter of the two exposures.

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    That first image is sublime. It has a real air of integrity.
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