STARRY NIGHT

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    Mamiya RBv67 Pro-S
    Mamiya-Sekor 55mm f 4.5
    Kodak Ektar 100

    Fat Burns (gone bush) (☮ for the New Year), and 4 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. jwvraets 34 months ago | reply

      Glenn: Did you have to process the scan multiple times to get some sky exposure that revealed stars as well as get an exposure to handle the lighted areas and then blend them, or was this all in one shot (in which case kudos). - JW

    2. Glenn Pfab Photo 34 months ago | reply

      Busted, JW.....this is a scan from a 4x5 photo. It was the last one i did and I forgot ot wipe the dust off he photo and the scanner bed,( a cheap HP printer/scanner) but i thought it lookes cool so I just left it on...........the original sky is pitch black in the photo...........

    3. Silent_Soliloquy 34 months ago | reply

      beautiful! how long was the exposure? 2-3 Seconds? or longer?

    4. Adam BStar 34 months ago | reply

      Excellent shot!

    5. Shelly MacNeil - Conway 34 months ago | reply

      fantastic colours, and motion!

    6. Maureen Bond 34 months ago | reply

      fantastic and even better because of film! lomography has just brought back some 110 film - I hope i can stay away.

    7. Gunnarth 34 months ago | reply

      Great shot !

      Thanks for posting :-D


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    8. Steph C Kay 34 months ago | reply

      Love it, Love it!! :-D
      What a fantastic "cheat" lol!

      Thanks for posting :-D


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      Camera Grabber!

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