Last Fall

A quick snap I took last fall while walking the Cherokee Marsh with my brother last year. When the light is right a quick snap can come out quite alright :)


September 2011

Cherokee Marsh, WI


Olympus OM-4

135 mm Zuiko f/ 2.8

Kodak Ektar 100 Color Negative Film

Kenko Polarizing Filter


Scanned on Epson v750 pro

  • Stephen Hughes 3y

    Great shot LWO my friend .
  • LeavenworthObey 3y

    Stephen Hughes
    Thanks Stephen :)
  • lamoustique PRO 3y

    That is beautiful! I was immediately attracted to the thumbnail shot...the colors and composition are wonderful.
  • LeavenworthObey 3y

    Thanks Michelle. I'm glad you noticed the elements of the photo I found most appealing too :)
  • Deep-Fried Goodness PRO 3y

    Indeed it can. Beautiful shot.
  • LeavenworthObey 3y

    Deep-Fried Goodness
    Thanks yo :)
  • Jusni Nasirun PRO 3y

    The combination of Ektar and CPL produced beautiful colors and tone. The paper thin focus from 135mm is beautiful in the frame.
    Thanks and have a nice day, Jarob!
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  • Daniel J. Mueller PRO 3y

    very nice!
  • Filippo Bianchi PRO 3y

  • Bhawi 3y

    In the right light photographs are totally breath taking, as this is, beautiful dof, colours and contrasts and some fabulous details in the grass head too.
  • LeavenworthObey 3y

    Jusni Nasirun
    Jusni, believe me the Ektar/CPL combo is killer; a favorite of mine. You get great colors on fine grain and because it's color negative film the latitude is out of this world. On the image of Memorial Auditorium I measured about 9 stops of light and I was able to capture about 7 1/2 - 8 stops of that information (with only detail far outside the windows being lost. If you look closely enough, you'll be able to see detail in the darkest shadowed areas to the left and right of the steps. It's the most versatile emulsion on the market today (In my opinion).

    Daniel J. Mueller Filippo Bianchi
    Thanks y'all :)

    Light is what photography is all about. In latin the term photo = light and graphy = writing. Put the two together: photography = light writing. To love photography is to obsess over light and it's interaction with objects and people alike :)
    But I'm glad you recognize the importance of this key element in an image. It explains why so many of your photos are top-shelf as well.
  • Jorge Miguelez 3y

    mi favorita hasta la fecha
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