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    black and white film at night

    anyone have any experience with this, been trying to shoot mountain scenes at night using tmax-400. been compensationg for reciprocity but negs still look crap. any tips be-mag?
    thanks

    #2
    what filters are you using? my B&W experience has taught me that without shooting with filters to bring out detail in certain areas, my tonality will look like doo doo.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/roygblivious/

    http://vimeo.com/6496156

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      #3
      havent been using any filters, its getting detail in the land that im having trouble with, im only featuring landscape in the bottom third of the frame and mostly having the sky in the frame. any suggestions for a filter, was thinking maybe a graduated filter not sure though
      thanks

      nices pics by the way. some sick stuff on your flickr

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        #4
        Hers a really good breakdown on filter use

        http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/a...i-filters.html
        http://www.flickr.com/photos/roygblivious/

        http://vimeo.com/6496156

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          #5
          Be a man, just shoot with 3200.

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            #6
            Exposure lock on the landscape portion and frame scene?

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              #7
              Originally posted by i View Post
              Be a man, just shoot with 3200.
              yeah filters r lame

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                #8
                If your processing yourself I'd expose shot for sky and one shot for land in seperate frames and expose/blend them in the darkroom.

                wuckin it.

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