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The weather was nice; so we took a break and poked around down by the water.

clownshoes This photo was shot on film. Taken by clownshoes with a Canon AE-1 loaded with Agfa HDC 100 film in Tavernier, fl, United States. These tags describe this photo: bikini, shells, rocks, 35mm, color, filters, cokin, and beach. Date: 2013-01-12. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album Harry Harris Park.


  1. neanderthalis


    That is an interesting color gradient. Do you think it was the film itself?

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  2. clownshoes


    (@neanderthalis) No it's two different cokin graduated filters: Cokin A. 661 and Cokin A. 663. Those are the later series ones. I take two different colors and put them in opposite of each other to get that split color look. The film actually cast really blue; it's getting old but I have about 50+ rolls of this AGFA HDC 100 10-Exps.

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  3. neanderthalis


    Thanks for sharing that info. I have never tried graduated filters, but on my "to do" list.

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  4. clownshoes


    (@neanderthalis) For sure! Ebay is a great place to find them; other retailers charge way to much used Cokin Filters. Figure out what thread you need for your lenses (I know AE-1 lenses are about 52mm) get a Cokin A holder. They are really good for lenses that have a Focal length of 50mm and longer. Shorter then that you run the risk of getting that heavy vignetting and you'll have to step to a larger holder and most of the filters don't wort too well on wide angle lenses.

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  7. airamzr


    pretty colors

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