| The beautiful art of film photography |
Building mirroring the sky, photographed on Tungsten film in clear day light, processed in E6.
Hasselblad 503CXFuji RTP T64, Tungsten filmE6 process
Thank you! 🙂
Wonderful! I love the color too.
Thank you Gracie! 🙂
Nice shot Marie!
Thank you Stefano! 🙂
This is excellent, Marie. The sky and building seem to merge as one. And the color is fabulous!
Thank you Luddy!
The tungsten film is very exciting to use experimentally. Have you tried it? When I used it on very cold winter days with clear blu sky, it all turned purple. That was Lomography Tungsten film. This was the Fuji T, and this was a clear blue day, but in the springtime, so it was not that cold. Haven’t used it more than that, so I can’t say the difference more, but I will use it more this winter to come. Very exciting!
I have yet to try it — for some strange reason, I had assumed it wasn’t available in 35mm 😛 (ack, me and my middle age brain!) — but I’m ordering films this weekend, so now I’m definitely going to add some Tungsten!
A very wonderful Photo. Orofiorentino from Italy
Thank you very much!
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Brilliant! The mirroring is almost indistinguishable!
Thank you Madhu!
Yes, it is quite easy to think that the building is extremely high… 🙂
What a terrific shot and the use of the tungsten film has added even more mystic to the ghostly clouds
Thank you James! 🙂
I like tungsten film a lot, most often I strive to strengthen the effect of the “colder” hues, for example using tungsten film a very cold blue winterday, and magic can happend! And crossprocessed, well, even more magic! 😀
Wow! this techniques sounds wonderful.
excellent view, great colors and truely creative… I love this shot!
Thank you very much! 🙂
I have a few pictures like this but none as good as this one, with the clouds emitting out from the building.
Well, I had a bit of luck there…. 😉
Thank you very much Steve!
Such a great set of photos. Wish i had found this blog earlier. Look forward to your new posts!
Thank you very much for your kind words, following and all the likes! Most appreciated! 🙂
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