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…as I see it:)
sun -up in Seattle, WA reflected in the BOA building.
Voiglaender Bessa R3A, 35mm classic (35/1.4). Film rangefinder. Taken on 35mm Kodak TRI-X 400TX, B&W negative film.Developed and scanned onto CD by a Photo lab in TX
35mm film, b w, reflection, voigtlander bessa, seattle, sun up, tri x 400tx
I’m Rene. Hi, I love NY style Pizza, good Music, funny movies and taking pictures:)
Mean! Apocalypse! Incoming! moment of impact – abandon Earth!!Cool shot.
In combination with the fog it was an awesome sight:)! thx Rhoufi:) For my first film shot in 30 years with a rangefinder (which I’ve never shot with), it’s not bad, huh?
– Rene Fuller
thx a million for the fave:)!
Whoa! Capture the moment! Great shot, Rene!
Thx Robi:)! you’re right, it was there for a moment and then it was gone:)!
thx much Jay:)!
Ahhh, film… great shot Rene!
Thx Vince:)! The tonal range of film is amazing, even a medium coarse one like the Tri-X! But I would never trade the digital I have, a Sony a900 (full-frame, never going back to APS-C), they complement each other :)
Featured workCongratulations on the Feature in The Evergreen State group.
Thx Vince :)! great honor!
been blinded by the rare sun in Seattle for a moment while coming up the freeway but you froze it in time & framed it well. congarts on the feature to
Thx Dave:)! thx for stopping by:)
Oh, way cool:)! Sorry for the late response, I’ve been MIA… I’m honoured, really!!
This would look great in the [ Photografilm ] Film photography group
Thx for the invite! I just joined:)! Way cool!
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Oh wow! So way cool!! Sorry for the late answer, been in China and working a lot (who doesn’t?). Haven’t quite gotten myself organized yet :(
Great shot, futuristic one. the more you watch on it the more you involved…
Sergey Kireev Photography
thx Sergey:)! sorry for the late answer…I love looking at it, it pulls you in