Friday, December 29, 2006

FRIDAYS ARE UNIQUE FILM AND/OR CAMERA DAYS – Coleman Bridge with Extra Grain

19 Comments:

Blogger micki said...

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Camera - Minolta Maxxum 9000
Film - Kodak TMax ISO 3200
Shutter Speed - 1/1000
Aperture Setting - f-22 Aperture Mode
Lens - Sigma 24mm lens
Scanning Method - Epson Perfection 4990 Photo scanner

It is hoped that you would respect my ownership of the images posted here on Shutterbug Underexposed, despite the ease with which you could copy my photos. If you would like a true photographic print of any of my images, please contact me at goodiesbaker@yahoo.com and I will be happy to provide you with one.

I went out this morning to an area of our peninsula called Potato Neck. It was beautiful! The water was so still where I was at that the reflection of the morning sky looked as deep in the water as the sky was high. Many men were taking their boats out fishing and I got two handsome gentlemen to smile and wave for the camera. Hope those shots turn out. I was gone just over four hours and came home feeling creatively satisfied.

This is the first time I’ve scanned a b&w photo with the new scanner, and I’m very pleased with the results. This is the view of the Coleman Bridge from the Gloucester Point side of the bridge (north) looking south towards Yorktown. These railings, the signs detailing historic events that took place here as well as signs documenting local wildlife were all put in after Hurricane Isabel.

11:09 AM  
Blogger Don said...

I really like your first black and white picture from your new scanner. It has a fine range of tones from deep black to detailed white with plenty of detail. Nice work, Micki.

11:31 AM  
Blogger Sandy said...

Love this shot, love the film and loving your new scanner:).

12:44 PM  
Anonymous P.J. said...

It's funny. I hate going over bridges -- don't know why -- just always have. But love taking photos and seeing photos of them. Very nice shot!

1:07 PM  
Blogger photowannabe said...

Great composition and perspective of the bridge. Your scanner is really doing its job.

1:39 PM  
Anonymous Doug said...

Very impressive looking bridge. I like the composition you created here.

1:41 PM  
Anonymous H.O said...

love the compositin and cool b&w image.nice work Micki!

2:55 PM  
Anonymous Laurie said...

I was hoping to get out and shoot some bridges today in fact...I made it to the end of the street when I discovered a nail in a very flat tire...grrrrr....that's tire #3 in less than 12 months!!!

I digress...Lovely shot. That bridge is really a beauty. I love the extra grain in this shot.

6:11 PM  
Blogger [t e r r o r k i t t e n] said...

lovely shot Micki, like the perspective very much, that scanner is rocking! Phil

7:22 PM  
Anonymous AG said...

I like the uncompromising construction of this bridge : no-one tried to make it look pretty! Love to see that swing span open and something passing thru, Micki.

11:52 PM  
Anonymous Ashish Sidapara said...

Nice shot Micki, the framing is superb! The scanner is working very well :)

1:30 AM  
Blogger PlasticTV said...

Good perspective. Can't see grains at all?

2:57 AM  
Anonymous tuan said...

wow! blazing shutter speed for such a small aperture, but then again you used some pretty fast film!

7:13 AM  
Anonymous Still said...

This bridge is verry impressive. I like the way you captured it and the subtl game on grey.

9:33 AM  
Blogger frame of mind said...

Perfectly composed to give a great sense of the massie scale of this structure - and that tasty grain :-)

9:39 AM  
Anonymous Bob said...

Seeing this bridge made me recall my days in Yorktown.Is Nick's Seafood Resteraunt still there? What an experience it was eating there.

10:54 AM  
Anonymous Paul said...

I really like the perspective, here, Micki. The bridge just grabs my eye and takes it into the distance. BTW, have to tried to scan any B&W negatives? They come out really well! Give it a shot, if you have the negative holder!

11:03 AM  
Anonymous Ron said...

There really is a nice range of tones in this shot! I love the detail in the underside of the bridge!

5:22 PM  
Blogger Donncha said...

Love the leading lines, and the railing breaks the line in one corner in a pleasing way.

Donncha

7:01 PM  

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