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Re: what film format are you using?


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Posted by Hilbert on April 17, 2003 at 10:10:42:

In Reply to: what film format are you using? posted by cornsnakes on April 17, 2003 at 06:44:19:

Hi there Chris,
I'm using a Canon 10D digital SLR with a 50mm/f1.8 lens. These SLR's really produce film-like images, no noise and great quality. I'm having lots of fun with it. This image was shot at f22 with a 10 second exposure, lighting was a desk lamp wrapped in a white T-shirt. I'd like to play around with medium format sometime.

:My guess would be that you are using a medium format?
:too much depth and color saturation for digital.
:my 645 formated camera will give me a fairly good depth.
:wish i had a 6x9.
:God bless
:Chris





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