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My longest exposure yet; I can see a few white ghosts on the pond from geese and ducks but other than that it came out pretty well. There were people all over the place in this scene but none of them stood still long enough to get recorded. I was pretty lucky with the stillness of the air as well, it was kind of breezy up to that point in the day. I don’t know what made me do it, I could have opened up the aperture some and had a shorter exposure, but I just went ahead and went for it. I actually set an alarm on my phone to tell me to close the shutter.

EFKE IR820 AURA – D76
(Shot at 200ASA, Metered through the filter)
SEKONIC L-778 DUAL SPOT F METER
B+W 67mm INFRARED BLACK #093 (87C) FILTER
EV2 (+reciprocity compensation): 24min @ f22
6mm downward shift.
Hasselblad Flexbody w/80mm CF Zeiss Planar T*
Epson PERFECTION V750-M PRO SCANNER
(20110305_PalaceOfFineArts_EfkeIR820Aura_48049_010)

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hasselblad, medium format, 120, efke ir820 aura, infrared black and white, palace of fine arts, san francisco, landmark, flexbody, zeiss distagon

I’m a lifelong and pure hobbyist; I just do this for fun! After wanting one for over 25 years (and shooting a lot of 35mm), I finally got a Hasselblad (and later a Mamiya)! Someday, I suspect I’ll graduate to larger film formats.

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  • stephaniemwood
    stephaniemwoodover 3 years ago

    Gorgeous!

  • Thanks Stephanie!

    – Rodney Johnson

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