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My favourite spot

My favourite spot

2009-07-20

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You wont see any EXIF data for this shot as it was taken a few years back with a Mamiya RB67 and Velvia 50. I did however take some shots with my 300D back then too - and when you put the two side by side there is absolutely no comparison for the winner. I still don't believe (despite my heavy use of digital equipment), that nearly all digital cameras can compare to Velvia for colour saturation and clarity - the transparency for this shot is just wonderful.

Anyway - this was taken at Loch Na h-Achlaise on Rannoch Moor in Scotland. Its a very popular and familiar scene to many photographers, and this was undoubtedly one of the most beautiful times I have ever seen it. This tied with the picturesque evening before - and I was torn between which one to post. I may post the other one tomorrow.

I've uploaded this today for this weeks PhotoFriday Challenge.

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  • Wow is this a real place!? the blues are amazing

    Julie @ 24-06-2011 18:38:14
  • Julie: Yes of course :) It was shot on Velvia 50 which is a beautifully rich film, which is why the blues are so deep :)
    Jem @ 25-06-2011 17:54:06
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My favourite spot

My favourite spot

2009-07-20

[Vote for this blog in the Photoblog Awards 2011]


You wont see any EXIF data for this shot as it was taken a few years back with a Mamiya RB67 and Velvia 50. I did however take some shots with my 300D back then too - and when you put the two side by side there is absolutely no comparison for the winner. I still don't believe (despite my heavy use of digital equipment), that nearly all digital cameras can compare to Velvia for colour saturation and clarity - the transparency for this shot is just wonderful.

Anyway - this was taken at Loch Na h-Achlaise on Rannoch Moor in Scotland. Its a very popular and familiar scene to many photographers, and this was undoubtedly one of the most beautiful times I have ever seen it. This tied with the picturesque evening before - and I was torn between which one to post. I may post the other one tomorrow.

I've uploaded this today for this weeks PhotoFriday Challenge.

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Latest Comment

  • Wow is this a real place!? the blues are amazing

    Julie @ 24-06-2011 18:38:14
  • Julie: Yes of course :) It was shot on Velvia 50 which is a beautifully rich film, which is why the blues are so deep :)
    Jem @ 25-06-2011 17:54:06
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