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BAJANEXILE

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Member since: 2010-05-20

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Crossing Over

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CameraCANON, EOS 5D MK.II

Focal length21 mm

LensZEISS DISTAGON F2.8 21MM

Exposure ISO 50 - (1/25) at f/11

CategoryLandscape

Date posted2012-11-29

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pr_aero - 10-29-14 12:43 PM
Wow, that is well done, really like this
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zeissy - 01-27-13 3:09 PM
That bit of toning really send this over the top! Music and photography, wonderful artistic combo....
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bajanexile - 12-1-12 1:24 PM
Thanks.
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canicuss - 12-1-12 9:48 AM
Great contrast and a wonderful scene.
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bajanexile - 12-1-12 4:53 AM
Thanks gpandel, your feedback is greatly appreciated. Steve
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gpandel - 11-30-12 12:39 PM
very nice image Steve
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bajanexile - 11-30-12 12:10 PM
Thanks Joey. Rick is your Tube Man. I use a Krell Solid State amplifier through Sonus Faber speakers. The turntable is a bit special, as it is a Vintage Oracle Delphi Mk.II with SME IV tone arm and a Koetsu Black MC cartridge. Magic! I never sold any of my Vinyl collection and have taken over two peoples collections that decided to go totally Digital. Paid about ~ $3 an album. Took both collections in as Job Lots. Some wonderful stuff. Steve
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bajanexile - 11-30-12 7:46 AM
Thanks Rick. I was listening to the 1980 Emmylou Harris album "Roses in the Snow" (On Vinyl of course) Side 2, Track 3, "Jordan" and I was looking at the Master Files for this image and thought "These do nothing for me", when in the last line of the last verse she sang "When He calls us over Jordan's Tide". I thought B&W with a spotlit bridge. The rest was all in the PP using a Red Filter, selective use of the Curves function in Photoshop, a Vignette and processing in the film style of Kodak ISO32 Panatomic X etc.etc. Steve
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rickperry - 11-30-12 3:22 AM
Great shot Steve,
What process did you use for the B&W - looks almost like an infrared photo?

Rick


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bajanexile - 11-30-12 1:40 AM
Thanks for leaving a comment Joe.
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joecan - 11-29-12 7:30 PM
Lovely B&W image.
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