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The Val D'Orcia at Dawn of a new day CF004718

 

Cambo WD + Phase One IQ140

Lens : Schneider APO-Digitar 35mm f/5.6 XL

 

Exposition 0,6 sec; F11 ISO 50

Filter : Formatt Hitech Glass Fog 1/2 and Lee 03 Soft

Post production: Capture One 8 Pro & PS

 

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28COM 14B.51 - Nominations of Cultural Properties to the World Heritage List (Val d'Orcia)

 

Val d'Orcia

 

The landscape of Val d’Orcia is part of the agricultural hinterland of Siena, redrawn and developed when it was integrated in the territory of the city-state in the 14th and 15th centuries to reflect an idealized model of good governance and to create an aesthetically pleasing picture. The landscape’s distinctive aesthetics, flat chalk plains out of which rise almost conical hills with fortified settlements on top, inspired many artists. Their images have come to exemplify the beauty of well-managed Renaissance agricultural landscapes. The inscription covers: an agrarian and pastoral landscape reflecting innovative land-management systems; towns and villages; farmhouses; and the Roman Via Francigena and its associated abbeys, inns, shrines, bridges, etc.

 

Justification for Inscription.

 

Criterion (iv): The Val d’Orcia is an exceptional reflection of the way the landscape was re-written in Renaissance times to reflect the ideals of good governance and to create an aesthetically pleasing pictures.

Criterion (vi): The landscape of the Val d’Orcia was celebrated by painters from the Siennese School, which flourished during the Renaissance. Images of the Val d’Orcia, and particularly depictions of landscapes where people are depicted as living in harmony with nature, have come to be seen as icons of the Renaissance and have profoundly influenced the development of landscape thinking.

 

Source: Advisory Body Evaluation

16,15 The colors in Dongchuan CF002800

Cambo WD + Phase One P40+

Lens Schneider APO-Digitar 35mm f/3.5 XL

Exposition 1/60 sec; ISO 50

Filter : Lee ND Pro 06

Post production: Capture One 8 Pro&PS

 

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Yet another image from Dongchuan.Kumning.China

A really great location for Sunrise, Sunset and views.

The cultivation in terraces, with its colors are amazing.

I did not expect to be in the midst of this paradise.

I shall return to this location.

sorry for my English.

 

Ancora un'altra immagine da Dongchuan,Kumning.China

Una localita davvero fantastica per Sunrise, Sunset e panorami.

Le coltivazione a terrazze,con i suoi colori sono incredibili.

Non credevo di trovarmi in mezzo a questo paradiso.

Ritornerò su questa località.

Castelluccio: the Piano Grande and Mount Vettore CF002371

 

Cambo WD + Phase One P40+

Lens APO-Digitar 35mm f/3.5 XL

Exposition 1/30 sec; ISO 50

Filter : Lee ND Soft 09

Post production: Capture One 8 Pro

Pinhole/Camera Obscura /Lensfree/Loch camera/Lensless / Without Lens/Sténope/Estenopeica/Lyukkamera Photography

 

Author : IMRE BECSI

© All rights reserved

 

Model : Bence (my son)

 

Location of shoot :

Caorle,

Italy,

Europe

 

Time of shoot :

2010.08.

  

Info of Shooting :

Film : Polaroid 690 Color Instant (expired)

Filter : Wratten 85b Nd6 & Enhancing

Metered expo.:

Calculated expo.: 18 second

( I use my reciprocity compensation value chart to Polaroid Color Instant film)

Dev.: 120 sec. (30° C)

  

PICTURE MADE WITH :

Home-made assembled pinhole camera be composed of

few original photography equipments.

 

www.flickr.com/photos/jonespointfilm/2704150673/in/set-72...

 

Camera body (the base) : Polaroid 600se camera back spacer no.1

(from my Polaroid 600se camera set, made by Mamiya)

Film back : Instant pack film holder (made by Cambo)

Shutter : Polaroid MP4 (made by Compal)

Pinhole socket : Homemade (fit to filter holder)

Filter holder (82mm) : Homemade (fit to shutter)

Grip : I made it myself

Viewfinder : Door peeping (from OBI store) calibrated to the 3x4 format instant pack film size (I made it myself)

Cable releasers : Nikon

Matte Box : Old bellows style Arriflex 3X4 (from my Eclair s16 movie camera set)

Rods mount : Homemade

Rods : Homemade

Tripod & Head : Velbon

Quick release plates : Manfrotto

 

Focus : 51 mm

Pinhole : 0.3 mm (from Lenox laser)

Diaphragm : f170

Angular field (horiz) : 86°

Light falloff at the corners [f/stops] : 2,5

Resolution [lines/diagonal] : 799

  

Post work : (05.09.2010)

Scanner : Epson Perfection 3200 Photo (1200 dpi)

Scanner software : SilverFast SE

Final work : PS

  

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The red squirrel or Eurasian red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) is a species of tree squirrel in the genus Sciurus common throughout Eurasia. The red squirrel is an arboreal, omnivorous rodent. In Great Britain, Italy and Ireland, numbers have decreased drastically in recent years, a decline associated with the introduction of the eastern grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) from North America, although habitat loss is also a factor.

 

The red squirrel has a typical head-and-body length of 19 to 23 cm (7.5 to 9 in), a tail length of 15 to 20 cm (5.9 to 7.9 in) and a mass of 250 to 340 g (8.8 to 12 oz). It is not sexually dimorphic, as males and females are the same size. The red squirrel is somewhat smaller than the eastern grey squirrel which has a head-and-body length of 25 to 30 cm (9.5 to 12 in) and weighs between 400 and 800 g (14 oz to 1.8 lb). It is thought that the long tail helps the squirrel to balance and steer when jumping from tree to tree and running along branches and may keep the animal warm during sleep.

 

The coat of the red squirrel varies in colour with time of year and location. There are several different coat colour morphs ranging from black to red. Red coats are most common in Great Britain; in other parts of Europe and Asia different coat colours co-exist within populations, much like hair colour in some human populations. The underside of the squirrel is always white-cream in colour. The red squirrel sheds its coat twice a year, switching from a thinner summer coat to a thicker, darker winter coat with noticeably larger ear-tufts (a prominent distinguishing feature of this species) between August and November. A lighter, redder overall coat colour, along with the ear-tufts (in adults) and smaller size, distinguish the Eurasian red squirrel from the American eastern grey squirrel.

 

The red squirrel, like most tree squirrels, has sharp, curved claws to enable it to climb and descend broad tree trunks, thin branches and even house walls. Its strong hind legs enable it to leap gaps between trees.The red squirrel also has the ability to swim.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_squirrel

 

tammytourguide.wordpress.com/2013/04/09/woodland-wildlife...

 

Wallington is a country house and gardens located about 12 miles (19 km) west of Morpeth, Northumberland, England, near the village of Cambo. It has been owned by the National Trust since 1942, after it was donated complete with the estate and farms by Sir Charles Philips Trevelyan, the first donation of its kind. It is a Grade I listed building. Set in 100 acres (40 ha) of rolling parkland, the estate includes a wooded dene (valley), ornamental lakes, lawns, and a recently refurbished walled garden.

Pinhole/Camera Obscura /Lensfree/Loch camera/Lensless / Without Lens/Sténope/Estenopeica/Lyukkamera

 

Author : IMRE BECSI

© All rights reserved

 

Location of shoot :

Tahi,

Hungary,

Central-Europe

 

Time of shoot :

2011-04-24

 

Info of Shooting :

Film : Fuji FP-100c 45 Color Instant (expired : 01/2004)

Filter : Polar, Red Enhancing, Orange (all Tiffen)

Metered expo.:

Calculated expo.: 6,95 Ev - 300 second

( I use my reciprocity compensation value chart to Fuji Color Instant film)

Dev.: 180 second (20° C)

 

Picture made with Home-made assembled pinhole camera be composed of

few original photography equipments.

 

The Camera set info :

Camera body (the base) : Cambo 4x5 base

Filmholder : Cambo 4x5 rotating filmholder back (without focusing glass)

Film back : Instant pack film holder (550)

Shutter : Polaroid MP4 (made by Compal)

Pinhole socket : Homemade (fit to filter holder)

Filter holder (82mm) : Homemade (fit to shutter)

Viewfinder : Door peeping (from OBI store) calibrated to the 4x5 format instant pack film size (I made it myself)

Cable releasers : Nikon

Tripod & Head : Velbon

Quick release plates : Manfrotto

 

The Camera technical info :

Focus : 66 mm

Pinhole : 0.35 mm (from Lenox laser)

Diaphragm : f189

Angular field (horiz) : 96°27’51”

Light falloff at the corners [f/stops] :

Resolution [lines/diagonal] :

 

Post work : (28.04.2011)

Scanner : Epson Perfection 3200 Photo (1200 dpi)

Scanner software : SilverFast SE

Final work : PS/Tiff

 

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Thank you !

 

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Cambo Master 4x5 with Schneider Symmar-S 65mm f/5.6. FUJI Velvia 50 at ISO=80 F/32 1s. E-6. Scanned with Epson V750.

Large On Black

 

- Added to "Cream of the crop" as "Most interesting" 13/11/2006

Sadly, I missed the equinox this year because of some symposium that was taking place and we weren't able to set up shop. This was taken a week after equinox, and the sun, which highlights the "River of Life", set before its rays were able to light up the river. Either way, I love the imperfect symmetry of the sunset among the perfect symmetry of the building.

 

Cambo 4x5 camera with Schneider 210mm lens and Velvia 50.

Pinhole/Camera Obscura /Lensfree/Loch camera/Lensless / Without Lens/Sténope/Estenopeica/Lyukkamera

 

Author : IMRE BECSI

© All rights reserved

 

Location of shoot :

N-46°49'54.00"

E-16°45'43.66"

Zalaszentmihályfa,

Hungary,

Central-Europe

 

Time of shoot :

2011.03.15.

 

Info of Shooting :

Film : Fuji FP-100c 45 Color Instant (expired)

Filter : Pola Red-Green (Cokin)

Metered expo.: 14 ev - 3 second (sky)

Calculated expo.: 8.75 ev - 80 second

( I use my reciprocity compensation value chart to Fuji Color Instant film)

Dev.: 120 sec. (20° C)

 

Picture made with Home-made assembled pinhole camera be composed of

few original photography equipments.

 

The Camera set info :

Camera body (the base) : Cambo 4x5 base

Filmholder : Cambo 4x5 rotating filmholder back (without focusing glass)

Film back : Instant pack film holder (550)

Shutter : Polaroid MP4 (made by Compal)

Pinhole socket : Homemade (fit to filter holder)

Filter holder (82mm) : Homemade (fit to shutter)

Viewfinder : Door peeping (from OBI store) calibrated to the 4x5 format instant pack film size (I made it myself)

Cable releasers : Nikon

Tripod & Head : Velbon

Quick release plates : Manfrotto

 

The Camera technical info :

Focus : 66 mm

Pinhole : 0.35 mm (from Lenox laser)

Diaphragm : f189

Angular field (horiz) : 96°27’51”

Light falloff at the corners [f/stops] :

Resolution [lines/diagonal] :

 

Post work : (13.04.2011)

Scanner : Epson Perfection 3200 Photo (1200 dpi)

Scanner software : SilverFast SE

Final work : PS/Tiff

 

Important note:

This images are copyright protected. No reproduction in any way,

no copies, no editing, no publishing, no screenshots, no posting,

no blogging, no transmitting downloading or uploading

without my written permission!

Thank you !

 

Thanks for looking !

Comments very much welcome !

 

Salton Sea.

 

Cambo 4x5 with Schneider APO-SYMMAR 5.6/210mm. Velvia 50 f/45 1/8 s. Underexposed by 2/3. E-6. Scanned with Epson V750.

Quando Polaroid era Polaroid le pellicole scadute da undici anni erano ancora buone....

 

T55 scadenza DEC01, temperatura esterna -1°, exposimeter f/32 1/15, exposition f/32 2", develop 3'.(sole diretto).

 

Negativo appiccicato alla finestra su carta

I don't know what is going with this photo or flickr. I tried uploading it yesterday and it wouldn't let me, then about 3 copies appeared and I deleted them all and left it. Then I get up this morning and find that flickr had added one of them again. I've deleted it and started again proper. Sorry if I lost some of your comments.

 

Thank you for taking the time to visit my stream, all your comments are appreciated.

 

Please no graphics in your comments, unless it's from a group I've posted in - thanks

4x5 Instant picture.

 

Author : IMRE BECSI

© All rights reserved

 

Model : Cina (my wife)

 

Location of shoot :

My garden

Time of shoot :

2010.10.18.

 

Camera : Cambo SC / Calumet (4x5)

Lens : Cango 180/5,6

Shutter :

Filmholder : Polaroid PA 45

Filter : No.3 diopt. (Tiffen ser.9)

Bellows Ext. : 155 mm

Tripod : Sachtler Adjustable High Hat with Tripod Spreader

Head : Sachtler 14

Film : Fuji Fp-100 C45 (expired)

 

Light :

Two REDHEAD style 800W lamps

Exp.:

f 9,5 - 1/8 second (80asa)

Dev.:

120 second

 

Post work : (19.10.2010)

Scanner : Epson Perfection 3200 Photo (1200 dpi)

Scanner software : SilverFast SE

Final work : PS (16bit/Tif)

 

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Better : 'Dédain à l'éventail' Large On Black

 

« Il faut retarder l’heure matinale de se revoir au miroir, aujourd’hui un peu plus mort qu’hier et bien moins que demain… »

 

[Pierre Desproges] - Humoriste français

 

 

"We must delay the early hour to see again ourselves in the mirror, today a little more dead than yesterday and much less than tomorrow..."

 

Approximative translation

 

"Es necesario retrasar la hora matinal para volver a mirarse al espejo, hoy un poco más muerto que ayer y mucho menos que mañana"

 

(Friendly translated by Maria aka Glauka)

 

Classified in the flickstrsBETA

Went to the snowdrop festival at Cambo estate in Fife yesterday where there are many different varieties of snowdrops carpeting the grounds.

 

I think this is a snowflake

 

Sunrise fron Dongchuan-Kunming-Cina CF003994

04/10/2014 07:30

 

Cambo WD + Phase One P40+

Lens APO-Digitar 35mm f/3.5 XL

Exposition 1,00 sec; ISO 50

Filter : Lee ND H 09

Post production: Capture One 8 Pro

Sunrise Dongchuan-Kunming-Cina

3-10-2014 07:23:20

Union 2 shots with Photomerge

 

Cambo WD + Phase One P40+

Lens Schneider APO-Digitar 35mm f/3.5 XL

Exposition 6,0 sec; ISO 50

Filter : Lee ND Pro 09

Post production: Capture One 8 Pro

Cambo SC 8x10 with Caltar 360mm 1:6.8. HRT810 FUJI GREEN X-Ray film f/8 18 s (reciprocity guesstimate; not sure what the reciprocity is for this film). Caffenol C-M 10 minutes at 68F Beseler drum. Scanned with Epson V750 at 1600 dpi and size adjusted in Photoshop.

 

Love the tones of how this turned out. Will stick to Caffenol for this film.

Cambo Large Format Achromatic+ Back

Wallington is a country house and gardens located about 12 miles (19 km) west of Morpeth, Northumberland, England, near the village of Cambo. It has been owned by the National Trust since 1942, after it was donated complete with the estate and farms by Sir Charles Philips Trevelyan, the first donation of its kind.

 

The estate was owned by the Fenwick family from 1475 until their financial problems caused them to sell their properties to the Blacketts. The hall house was rebuilt in 1688 around the ancient Pele Tower house for Sir William Blackett and was later substantially rebuilt again, in Palladian style, for Sir Walter Blackett by architect Daniel Garret, before passing to the Trevelyan family in 1777. Charles Philips Trevelyan inherited the property from his father George Otto Trevelyan in 1928.

 

After Pauline Jermyn married the naturalist Sir Walter Calverley Trevelyan, they began hosting literary and scientific figures at the Hall. As a cultural centre, Wallington visitors included the members of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.

 

Set in 100 acres (40 ha) of rolling parkland, the estate includes a wooded dene (valley), ornamental lakes, lawns, and a recently refurbished walled garden.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wallington_Hall

 

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wallington/visitor-information/

 

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wallington/things-to-see-and-do/...

Paine's bridge, Wallington.

  

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schneider 72mm xl

provia 100f

2 min at f/16

The fields as seen while climbing Cap Gris-Nez.

 

Cambo Wide with super-symmar HM 120mm lens, Lee ND hard grad, fuji velvia 100f.

 

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A bunker, remnant of the Atlantikwall, on the north French coast.

 

Cambo Wide with Schneider-Kreuznach 90mm lens, Shen Hao 6x12 back, Lee nd grad filter + Lee big stopper.

 

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Explore #75 - 22July2010

Explore #45 - Really thanks so much....

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Pinhole/Camera Obscura /Lensfree/Loch camera/Lensless / Without Lens/Sténope/Estenopeica/Lyukkamera Photography

 

Author : IMRE BECSI

© All rights reserved

 

Model : Bence (my son)

 

Location of shoot :

Caorle,

Italy,

Europe

 

Time of shoot :

2010.08.

  

Info of Shooting :

Film : Polaroid 690 Color Instant (expired)

Filter : Wratten 85b Nd6 & Enhancing

Metered expo.:

Calculated expo.: 3 min.

( I use my reciprocity compensation value chart to Polaroid Color Instant film)

Dev.: 120 sec. (30° C)

  

PICTURE MADE WITH :

Home-made assembled pinhole camera be composed of

few original photography equipments.

 

www.flickr.com/photos/jonespointfilm/2704150673/in/set-72...

 

Camera body (the base) : Polaroid 600se camera back spacer no.1

(from my Polaroid 600se camera set, made by Mamiya)

Film back : Instant pack film holder (made by Cambo)

Shutter : Polaroid MP4 (made by Compal)

Pinhole socket : Homemade (fit to filter holder)

Filter holder (82mm) : Homemade (fit to shutter)

Grip : I made it myself

Viewfinder : Door peeping (from OBI store) calibrated to the 3x4 format instant pack film size (I made it myself)

Cable releasers : Nikon

Matte Box : Old bellows style Arriflex 3X4 (from my Eclair s16 movie camera set)

Rods mount : Homemade

Rods : Homemade

Tripod & Head : Velbon

Quick release plates : Manfrotto

 

Focus : 51 mm

Pinhole : 0.3 mm (from Lenox laser)

Diaphragm : f170

Angular field (horiz) : 86°

Light falloff at the corners [f/stops] : 2,5

Resolution [lines/diagonal] : 799

  

Post work : (01.09.2010)

Scanner : Epson Perfection 3200 Photo (1200 dpi)

Scanner software : SilverFast SE

Final work : PS

  

Important note:

This images are copyright protected. No reproduction in any way,

no copies, no editing, no publishing, no screenshots, no posting,

no blogging, no transmitting downloading or uploading

without my written permission!

Thank you !

 

Thanks for looking !

Comments very much welcome !

Reflections in Cascade Lake

Adirondacks New York

Cambo 4x5

Arista EDU Ultra

Schneider 210

stopped down to

f11 for 1/2 sec.

 

Stand Developed in Adonal 1+100 1 hour.

"this is servitude, to serve the unwise"

John Milton, Paradise Lost.

Cambo Estate, Kings Barns

Demeure de Edmond Rostand (auteur de Cyrano de Bergerac, L'Aiglon, Chantecler )

Cambo 4x5 with Schneider Apo-Symmar 210mm. Fuji Velvia 50 f/45 1/2 s. E-6 by North Coast Photo Lab. Scanned with Epson V750.

Sunrise fron Dongchuan-Kunming-Cina

Union 2 shots with Photomerge

 

Cambo WD + Phase One P40+

Lens APO-Digitar 35mm f/5,6 XL

Exposition 15,0 sec; ISO 50

Filter : Lee ND H 06

Post production: Capture One 8 Pro

Cambo Estate, Kings Barns

Cambo SC 45

Tri-X 320

Papel Fomatone MG Classic 131 24x30cm.

Virado Oro y Tiourea.

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