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    Lupin in Tohmatsu, Mikasa, Hokkaido.
    Canon AE-1, Sigma Macro 90mm F2.8 expired positive self developed as described previously.

    jyunbo, israel,, des.i.ree, and 32 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Hen's March 33 months ago | reply

      Wonderful color distribution and great result with that film!

    2. LiebeD.D 33 months ago | reply


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    4. JaZ99wro 33 months ago | reply

      Astia? Nice outome!

    5. wellscenephotography (ON) 33 months ago | reply

      This is beautiful threepinner. Such lovely color and composition.

    6. threepinner 33 months ago | reply

      @jyunbo, @israel,des.i.ree, @martyr_67, @Sequoia Creative, @tlw1012, @Dianaah, @zh5, @escapistbynature, @dews cult, @dreamscapesxx, and @TimSamHill thank you for adding to fav.

      Thank you for interest. The film is, I missed recording and not very sure, Provia100F, not Astia. Developing at 42 deg C makes too contrasty and too color saturated image. Next time I will set the temperature at 39 deg C.


      Thank you. This plant was imported, maybe about fifty years ago. Now spreading and loved by people.

    7. Sequoia! 33 months ago | reply

      Congratulations! Your picture has been awarded as the “Top Honor of the Month” (Jun/2012), from the moderator of
      Good photo,good details

    8. La Branĉaro 33 months ago | reply

      Fabulous, my friend! The leaves also have a delicate spotting.

    9. gason3 33 months ago | reply


    10. Ghiblidaisuki 33 months ago | reply

      This capture is wonderful... the colour, the bokeh, the dof, the quality of developing.... this photo is wonderful.... I desire to return to hokkaido to see with my eyes....

      Only film can be so wonderful.... I want try film, my digital can not create such beautiful colours.

      Thank you for making my smile with this beautiful capture threepinner san.... hontou ni Arigato gozaimasu, itsumo Arigato dayone... shiawase....

    11. MrPista39 [deleted] 33 months ago | reply

      Beautiful capture ! clear, detailed and sharp.

    12. threepinner 32 months ago | reply

      Wow, really, I am very pleased. Thank you.

      Thank you. Lupin was introduced maybe forty years ago here, loved by people so much.


    13. lisa kejonen [deleted] 32 months ago | reply

      gorgeous colors! what film did you use?

    14. threepinner 32 months ago | reply

      Thank you for your interest. The film is Velvia F from Fujifilm, expired several years ago.

    15. threepinner 31 months ago | reply

      @Ghiblidaisuk, @Rodney A. Johnson, and @camseykins, thank you for adding to fav.

    16. threepinner 31 months ago | reply

      @flondo™ , thank you for adding to fav.

    17. lisa kejonen [deleted] 31 months ago | reply

      Like Velvia a lot. Got a 10p Provia and was kind of disapointed - I expected it to be more velvia-like :/

    18. threepinner 31 months ago | reply

      Thank you for a comment. The image quality of positive film depends on the technique of the lab, not only the film brand.If you can switch the developing lab, or try DIY !

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