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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post


Oh I use vsco filmpack. I get all the advantages of digital while being able to emulate film.
I've heard a lot about the VSCO filters. I will say, digital is the way to go for anything professional, but to me, film is just super enjoyable.
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I've heard a lot about the VSCO filters. I will say, digital is the way to go for anything professional, but to me, film is just super enjoyable.


Yeah - I still use my 5D III for just about all my video/photo jobs, but I also almost always carry my Film Rebel along with me for that "special" moment when I know I want to know how something looks on film etc.  It just feels cooler too knowing your exposing Silver Halide Ions instead of recording data onto a card....digital is scary that way.

 

ANYWAYS, I took at least 2 of the above photo's on an old 50mm Super Takumar Pentax 1.4 kit lens.  I used to have a full set of M42 in both pentax and Zeiss before I sold them to get my Mark III set-up....I MISS THEM!

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Shot with canon 70D and just 1.8 50mm for all the photos. 

 

 

 

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I love the bokeh/gradation of the desk to the wall in the center photo (above).  Did you grade that at all and add a blur filter there or is that just the natural bokeh and lighting from the shot?

 

Great stuff!  70D is a cool camera, I love that flip screen!  Although I wish it was CF cards so you could do HD Raw video with Magic Lantern.

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I did not use any filters or gradiants with it all that is just edited for red I think the flash and lighting did most of that cool color.

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Hong Kong Street Acme Bread Company

 

Two different continents. Same dreariness.

 

I guess the filtering makes it look pretty detailed in a small scale.

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Caught by Samsung Nexus Phone camera

 

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Mother of lords! Details heaven.  I can't believe that one from Nexus camera.  Holy...S..


Edited by SilverEars - 6/1/14 at 9:25am
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empty nest

 

young landmark

 

more than a day

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I was quite some distance away from my subject here so a lot of zoom was used at the cost of detail, but I'm glad I caught this pic as just after I got this shot the heron flew away.

Taken with Nikon D7000
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Edited by cb3723 - 6/1/14 at 3:28pm
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more than a day

10/10
 

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Kind of like a negative space shot. Cool :)

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Taken with 1.2MP iPod Touch. lol


Edited by Redcarmoose - 6/1/14 at 6:38pm
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Just too difficult to capture something moving with little light and behind a thick glass/plastic, and flash is a mistake.

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by turokrocks - 6/2/14 at 3:10am
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