In my last Monochromia post I made reference to a photo of the door window, so I went looking for it. The window was higher than I could see from ground level so I did my best to line everything up by using live view on the back of the camera. All the black spots on the rear window are flies, there were hundreds of flies in the shack. My photography instructor had a thing for flies, he loved this image.
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Fuji X-Pro 2 and XF 10-24mm R OIS LM Lens – 1/850 @ f/10 – ISO 400
Fuji ACROS film simulation +R filter
The Bald Eagle and its prey.
I love the way the fog hangs in the trees in the Pacific Northwest. I’ve been trying to capture a good shot for quite some time but finding the right fog to tree ratio isn’t as easy as it seems. Hiking along Eagle Creek I finally got a good unobstructed view. I can get lost in the layers of trees and fog. SMB-Photo.com
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Taken on an urban exploration of a derelict psychiatric hospital near to where I live. I wonder how many used it?
Nikon 20mm f2.8
Fuji velvia 100asa
B&W conversion in Silver Efex pro2