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Nature Photography from Austria
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Soca Canyon, Triglav NP, Slovenia

Tachihara Field Camera 4×5, Schneider Kreuznach 90mm f/5.6, Fuji Velvia 50, Epson Perfection V800

http://andreasresch.at/2017/04/30/soca-canyon/

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Die Plötz bei Ebenau, Salzburg

Tachihara Field Camera 4×5, Fujinon CM-W 150mm f/5.6, Fuji Velvia 50, Marumi DHG Polfilter, Epson Perfection V800

http://andreasresch.at/2017/04/26/die-ploetz/

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Groppensteinschlucht

Tachihara Field Camera 4×5
Fujinon CM-W 150mm f/5.6
Fuji Velvia 50

http://andreasresch.at/2017/02/12/groppensteinschlucht-4/

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Hintersee/Ramsau

Tachihara Field Camera 4×5
Schneider Kreuznach 90mm f/5.6
Fuji Velvia 50

http://andreasresch.at/2017/02/11/hintersee/

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Tachihara Field Camera 4×5
Schneider Kreuznach 90mm f/5.6
Fuji Provia 100

http://andreasresch.at/2017/02/10/weissbachfall/

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Slap Virje, Triglav NP, Slovenia

Tachihara Hope 4x5"
Fujinon CM-W 150mm f/5.6
Kodak Ekar 100
Scanned on Epson V800, converted with ColorPerfect

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Groppensteinschlucht - Austria

Tachihara Hope 4x5, Kodak Ektar

http://andreasresch.at/2016/12/04/groppensteinschlucht-3/

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This is a very often photographed spot - rightfully so. I have shot it a few times with my digital camera, but wanted to get it on film too. So this time I took an exposure on Kodak Ektar to get the dynamic range that I needed in this narrow spot.
Tachihara 4x5" Field Camera
Schneider Super Angulon 90mm f/5.6
Kodak Ektar 100
Polarizer

http://andreasresch.at/2016/11/20/soca-2/

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I'm randomly going through my new slides and negatives now - starting with the negatives.
This one is from the Groppensteinschlucht gorge where I was very lucky with the water level on that day.
Shot with my rarely used Nikkor 65mm lens (cause she's a pain in the a$$ to handle) as the angle was not manageable otherwise. The film used was Kodak Ektar 100 - a dynamic range monster that I fall back on, when the range is a crazy as here.
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Ich arbeite mich nun willkürlich durch meine neuen Dias und Negative. Den Beginn machen die Negative.
Das ist eine Aufnahme aus der Groppensteinschlucht in Kärnten. Der Wasserstand an diesem Tag war genau richtig um diesen Winkel fotografieren zu können.
Aufgenommen mit meiner selten genutzen Nikkor 65mm Linse (sie ist etwas nervig zu bedienen) - der Ausschnitt war aber mit keiner anderen Linse zu machen.
Als Film musste wieder mal Kodak Ektar 100 an den Start - bei Dynamikbereichen wie diesem hier, ist er einfach nicht zu schlagen.

http://andreasresch.at/2016/11/15/groppensteinschlucht-2/

#film #analog #ektar #4x5 #austria
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