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  1. why-yu

    why-yu

    wow! so cool!!!

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  2. iambb_

    iambb_

    nice shot

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  3. satomi

    satomi

    Love this shot so much.

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  4. vicuna

    vicuna

    j'adore!!!

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  5. angelhaken

    angelhaken

    wow this one is really great :) , but how did u get the backgorund so blurry and soft shouldn't the Horizon perfect be sharp to infinity ?

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  6. stouf

    stouf

    @angelhaken you're right... I suspect, and this happened to me before, that this nice blur is from condensation on the lens (the camera was under my coat before I took it out to shoot in the freezing wind)... : )

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  7. angelhaken

    angelhaken

    @stouf thanks for the info .. well I then might not try this out then :) .. maybee a similar effect is possible in the darkroom with blur masks :) .. I really think that the blured background in contrast to the sharp foreground realy makes the image work for me - great pice :)

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  8. japsix

    japsix

    just perfect!!!

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More details on the HCBW processes here: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2011/11/21/high-contrast-black-and-white-a-quest-came-to-its-end

stouf This photo was shot on film. Taken by stouf with a Horizon Perfekt loaded with Rollei ATP 1.1 32 iso film in Halifax, Canada. These tags describe this photo: rodinal, [hcbw], (__handmade_process__), and b&w. This photo can also be found in the album [HCBW] High Contrast Black & White.

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