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    Daybreak on the Cheat

    On the same morning I tried out a couple of new cameras, I was also sure to put a roll through my trusty Zero Image 612B.

    Here's my favorite shot from the roll, just as the sun was coming over the hills (a few minutes later, it was too bright to get much of anything good and I packed up to go home). I used some very expired Kodak T400CN, an older entry in Kodak's C-41 black and white film. I added just a bit of toning in Photoshop.

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    That is a stunningly beautiful image Dave. The luminosity is seemingly transmitted through the photograph.
    Sam H.

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    gorgeous! That little highlight right at the front makes great depth near to far.
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    ( pinholes and solargraphs mixed in among the rest)

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    Luminous is the right word. Just lovely, Dave!
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    This is a wonderful image!

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    wow. that one seems to leap off the screen! nice job David! (i owe you an email...)

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    fantastic lighting. Those zero image cameras sure do work well. One of these days I've got to try film instead of paper negatives... you've inspired me.

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    WOW! Makes me think of a landscape on Titan!

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    Great composition. The natural vignetting keeps your eye on the ball, so to speak.

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