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Panorama EBS at Frensham Pond

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  1. clickiemcpete

    clickiemcpete

    Nice album! This last one is a real zinger though, love the color!

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  2. tracyvmoore

    tracyvmoore

    You are a true EBS master! Your shots are absolutely amazing. More please ;)

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  3. guinastrapazi

    guinastrapazi

    lovely album, i just have one question about the developing.. when you shot the roll, can a regular shop develop these, or do you have to develop them on your own?

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  4. buckshot

    buckshot

    @guinastrapazi: It's regular 35mm film, processed in C-41, so any photo shop can develop it. However, they may not be able to scan the negatives because they're panorama format. No problem if you have a scanner at home, though. Thanks for your kind comment :-)

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  5. guinastrapazi

    guinastrapazi

    ah, okay.. i just thought because it is exposed on both sides.. you're more than welcome, and thanks for the quick reply :-)

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  6. kleeblatt

    kleeblatt

    great album !! this is my favourite :-) !!

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  7. lucaro

    lucaro

    Nice album!

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  8. nacarilegea

    nacarilegea

    congratz on the album!!! so nice!!

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  9. viihm

    viihm

    <3 wow

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  10. bloomchen

    bloomchen

    brilliant results.

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  11. auratus

    auratus

    great album!!!

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  12. oliviermenard

    oliviermenard

    Great panoramic EBS serie

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Panorama EBS at Frensham Pond

Frensham Pond is a really pretty nature conservation area about a 10-minute drive from where I live. Despite its name, it's actually two big lakes, a vast area of heathland, plus woodland. There's also a sailing club, and I went there specifically to shoot sailing boats today, thinking they'd be a great subject for the 'exposing both sides' (EBS) technique, but as soon as I set foot in the car park of the marina, a guy approached and told me it was a private club, for members only, and said I couldn't take photos there. I tell you, they're paranoid about people with cameras anywhere near private property in this country! Anyway, I got a few shots of boats from outside the fence and down by the lakeside, then went wandering in search of other sights. Here's what I found...

buckshot This photo was shot on film. Taken by buckshot with a Lomography Horizon Perfekt loaded with Fuji Superia 800 film in Frensham, Surrey, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: homescanned, homemade redscale, diy splitzer, ebs, exposing both sides, woodland, lake, pond, countryside, and nature. Date: 2013-02-17. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album Frensham Pond (EBS).

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