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Autumn x-pro shot

Autumn x-pro shot

I'm still not convinced that cross-processed Velvia colours are as gorgeous as E-6 processed Velvia ones, but I'm learning to convince myself that they're OK-ish...!

buckshot Taken by buckshot with a Nikon F100 loaded with Fuji Velvia 100F film in Farnham, Surrey, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: wall, bricks, reflection, mirror, motorbike, slide, c-41, x-pro, and autumn. Date: 2012-11-11. Time: Morning. This photo can also be found in the albums Best of buckshot 2012An autumn x-pro stroll.

10 comments

  1. buckshot

    buckshot

    Damn, I think @gauthierdumonde 's skull fixation is beginning to affect me too...! ;-)

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  2. gauthierdumonde

    gauthierdumonde

    good skull-work for a beginner. I like the crossed Velvia clours but they can never compare to E6 velvia. I have lots of Velvia 120 rolls left, but only six 135's. No way I am going to cross those (maybe one)

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  3. gauthierdumonde

    gauthierdumonde

    I was talking about velvia 50.

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  4. buckshot

    buckshot

    @gauthierdumonde: Yes, I humbly follow in your footsteps, O Skullmaster... ;-) Also, I agree that V50 you just don't x-pro. Normally, I wouldn't do it with V100 either, but it takes 10 days minimum for E6 here in the UK (unless you're willing to pay £17 for it) and 1 hour for C-41, and I was just too damned impatient to see how these would turn out, so I took it to my High Street chemist and sold my soul to the devil ;-)

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  5. vici

    vici

    excellent composition!

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  6. alburnkat

    alburnkat

    Love your reflection in the mirror. And in the words of the T1000 "Nice Bike".

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  7. jean_louis_pujol

    jean_louis_pujol

    So, I suppose that driving this motorcycle needs two crash helmets: one for you and one for the skull... That's interesting. English people will always been a mystery to me.

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  8. buckshot

    buckshot

    @jean_louis_pujol: Technically, the skull is already dead, so it does not require a helmet. I would expect a man of your profession to know that. Were you paying attention in medical school or daydreaming about vintage cameras...? ;-)

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  9. jean_louis_pujol

    jean_louis_pujol

    Oh! really? This is why the skull never replied to the question: to be or not to be as asked by Bill shakespeare... ok, ok... I understand now...

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  10. analogdisplay

    analogdisplay

    Haha cool one!

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