Canon 24mm TSE II
Leaf Aptus-II 12
Various Lee filters
Interesting camera, system, and fantastic shot, is it more versatile system than the hasseblad v system ?
Different horses for different courses. That said, my setup always draws a crowd when I'm out shooting.
The biggest drawback, naturally, of most digital backs is the exposure limitation. The shortest exposure I can make with my Aptus-II 12 is 32 seconds. Film . . . well, with reciprocity failure and a fat ND filter, you can expose away happily for hours, really streaking the sky and smoothing the passage of time. Miss that. I'm tempted to pick up a film back for my Mamiya just for this reason.
What do you use? Hassy V System, I'm guessing?
But having already seen a photographer using a digitalback on a sinar P3 and the result he got, I was speechless ... the details obtained...
Your system looks really cool, but still expensive for me, I'll stay a little longer with my old machine ... and the film ...
Keep it up your good work...
... I imagine it was slippery too ... ?
I imagine you had to go with a large aperture to get the foreground so sharp and to deal with the low light, but I think you could have crept up to having the horizon more in focus. My eye goes straight to that band of pink in the distance then jumps back down to the first crisp place, which is distracting.
A beautiful work, however.
The foreground IS stunning - I probably wouldn't have mentioned the horizon had you not specifically asked for a critique.
I think I might be able to salvage some detail. Either way, I'm actually not terribly disappointed how this turned out, due to the tremendous detail and color of the foreground. I still need to print it, though, just to see how I like it full-sized.
Where is it ?