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Author: Arthur Fleischmann
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2008-08-21 21:04, film: medium format

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The Straight Story road movie - lashed tractor ,)
nice, clear


[fs:118]

David Lynch - The Straight Story :)


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Thanks, again. Silvia, no problem about your association. ;-)


[fs:160]

nice "render" :))) ... like it


[fs:196]

Arthur this is a real bumper... love it
hope you wont feel offended when I say that this was my first association
http://www.iwatchstuff.com/2008/06/02/wall-e-cooler.jpg :)


[fs:180]

aseptic/inorganic. i don't like it. the previous one was much much better.


[fs:259]

nice one, and so clean ...


[fs:240]

you are, of course. im tired/not from your pictures.)


[fs:225]

Great!
Super!
It is perfect, all things in the picture are perfectly "working" together!


[fs:104]

guess, comes time when you start portraying things other than tractors and hosepipes using this technique... i'm definitely hooked up to see more ;)


[fs:104]

looks soo unreal. (historic digression: some years ago, this was what botched-up "photorealistic" 3D scenes looked like.)
thing is, i aint sure if that's really the thing to make it look appealing to me. perhaps the most appealing thing then, is the question itself. ;)


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libi, ale vic bych rezal spodek... resp. tak, aby byla sirsi... jinak super .o)


[fs:204]

Tento obrázok si predstavujem, že visí na stene JZD - Postoloprty... inak mi ten minimalizmus lezie na nervy... Yes!


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Doug, yes, I feel the same. And no, I didn't do much at all in post-processing, just minor colour and contrast adjustments. I think it was as Tomas said, the light was reflected from the ground and the building and it was slightly filtered to begin with, the sky was a bit hazy.


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By the way, about the 6x7 format. The camera I use actually produces negatives which are closer to a 4x5 aspect ratio. By now I have really learned to like this format a lot, but it took me quite some time to get used to it. You have to compose differently compared to 35mm.


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Yes, I think you're right. I think there is a certain sterile feeling to the whole picture.


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i think the strong frontal "lighting" further amplified by the bright pavement is to blame... natural scenes are not usually so full of light.


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Maybe because it's so "clean"?


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Hmmm... interesting. I think it looks a bit that way. I wonder why?


[fs:1]

i mean i might have a hard time telling whether the picture is a photo or a computer-generated image (if i didn't know and somebody asked me).


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Tomas, what do you mean by "like a render"?


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yeah, 6x7 is interesting, i never knew if i hated or loved it... probably both. :)

as for the scene - to me it feels a bit too much like a render, but if that's what you're after, good. it certainly fits with the previous posts. it's just that i tend to prefer "casual elegance."


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Sorry Tomas I know the lines are jagged again. ;-)


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