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    Suzhou, China

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    1. tanked 65 months ago | reply

      same positon

    2. Klickoff 65 months ago | reply

      interesting. Small preference to the film image though. probably due to the soft rendering of the MF film, that gives nice gradient tones in light transition (e.g. in the clothes of people)

    3. Katsudon in Shanghai 65 months ago | reply

      PepitoGrillo > Thanks! I have a Bronica SQ-A with a Zenzanon 80mm f=2.8
      tanked > Hehe yes, interesting! Interesting place isn't it?
      Klickoff > Medium format rules! hehe.

    4. MA-。 [deleted] 61 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called 6x6., and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    5. Diego Rondón Ichikawa 58 months ago | reply

      I was looking through my favorites to find a new photo for my desktop, after 20 pages or so i chose yours. Now I cant stop staring at it, it's so gorgeous, specially viewed large. I got into medium formats a few months ago, and having shot high contrast shots like this, I am really amazed at the way the levels work with each other without being overexposed. The bamboo exposed, even the skin on the people is so well exposed without being all silhouette.
      I just wanted to let you know that I really appreciate this kind of art work, thanks!

      ps. how do you meter? did you purposefully underexpose, or anything else?

      Seen in someone's favorites. (?)

    6. Katsudon in Shanghai 58 months ago | reply

      Hi Diego, thank you for your nice comment.
      For this picture i've been a bit lucky. All the museum is bathed into the same light, so i've metered once for all the pics I took. But when i arrived there, i've been afraid to see the persons move in a second so i hurried and shot after choosing to underexpose of one stop. Despite of the low light I've been still enought not to blur it.
      Second, there is a dark well in front of all the windows, so the light from outside isn't as strong as it should be. It helped to avoid too strong contrasts between outside and inside. ;-)
      I'm not professionnal so i go to the feeling often for exposure and then cross fingers and hope than i did right. I use a old hand lightmeter.

    7. Ecko Zanzibar 56 months ago | reply

      je trouve cette photo grandiose ! je ne sais vraiment pas quoi dire.. si ce n'est j'aime...

    8. Katsudon in Shanghai 55 months ago | reply

      Ecko Zanzibar > Vraiment, merci beaucoup! J'ai trouve ta galerie tres chouette!

    9. Pommezed 52 months ago | reply

      Beautiful light !

    10. JaZ99wro 52 months ago | reply

      Fantastic frame! Instant fave!

    11. .Trev [deleted] 50 months ago | reply

      nice shot, good comp and lighting

    12. danubiorojo 45 months ago | reply

      What a lovely and beautiful shot¡

    13. Katsudon in Shanghai 45 months ago | reply

      Thanks for your comments!

    14. kouuraki 39 months ago | reply

      wonderful shot

    15. iamtommy 34 months ago | reply

      lol, I have been there before, it's in the museum of SuZhou.
      I remembered that I took a shot at the same spot.

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