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Another "post-card" shot:)http://websoftvilla.netfirms.com/cnn.jpgF80, 28-105, Fuji RealaRegards,Vic
#1. "RE: CNN tower" | In response to Reply # 0
Very nice picture. CharlesVancouver, BChttp://www.photo.net/photodb/folder?folder_id=128765
#2. "RE: CNN tower" | In response to Reply # 0
Very effective: I like it.How long did you have to wait for that bird to come along? Alan.
#3. "RE: CNN tower" | In response to Reply # 2
Thanks for the comments!Alan, that was a lo-o-ng exposur Vic
#4. "RE: CNN tower" | In response to Reply # 0
You're lucky! I've never had that great of results with Reala. I always found it to be a film that was far too neutral for my liking. Did you use a filter to darken up the sky, or was that the exact color?Treasure
Prince George, CA
#5. "RE: CNN tower" | In response to Reply # 0
Very nicely done, Vic. It's great to see an original shot of the tower - I especially like how you used the sun to your advantage. Incidentally - it's "CN" not "CNN" - the structure has nothing to do with CNN but rather was named after Canadian National, the railway company that built it.-Ted-
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#6. "RE: CNN tower" | In response to Reply # 5
Treasure, this is an original color, no any special filters.I don’t do much of color negatives, but Reala works goodenough for me. http://websoftvilla.netfirms.com/wheat.jpgTed, of course CN (my typo)! Thanks,Vic