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A Young Cinderella
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So I have to admit that I was very skeptical about the refurb of this attraction with the new Disney characters going in. I really wasn't sure how they'd fit in. The last time I'd been on Disneyland's IASW was the only time I'd been on it as it was closed for refurb last August when I went. Before the refurb I was a little disappointed and thought that the WDW version was the better attraction (besides DL's impressive outdoor queue). But now - wow, they really did this attraction up and it looks amazing! The new Disney characters fit in so seamlessly that I'm certain many people that have never experienced the attraction probably don't know that they weren't always there. I was quite impressed with the improvements and with all the improved and freshened colors this attraction was a real joy to shoot. If you've been around my photostream for a while, you probably know that I like me some vivid colors, so this attraction is a perfect match for me, which - coupled with the fact that my kids like it so much - is probably the main reason I love it so much.

I worked long and hard to get rid of some nasty red color cast on this image, so I hope you like it!

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Quick EXIF:
Camera: Nikon D300
Lens: Nikon Nikkor AF-S 50mm f/1.4G
Mode: Aperture Priority
Exposure: 1/50
Aperture: f/1.4
Focal Length: 50mm
ISO: 500
Bias: - 1 EV

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The Last Sunset (original)
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Image by jonespointfilm
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Pinhole/Camera Obscura /Lensfree/Loch camera/Lensless / Without Lens/Sténope/Estenopeica/Lyukkamera Photography

AUTHOR : IMRE BECSI
© All rights reserved

Location of shoot :
Nord side of Lake-Balaton, Badacsonytomaj,
Hungary,
Central-Europe

Latitude - 46°47'56.82"N
Longitude - 17°31'0.02"E

Time of shoot : 02.05.2009.

Please see to the coloured version :
www.flickr.com/photos/jonespointfilm/3860556598/

Info of Shooting :
Film : FUJI FP-100B Professional (expired date : 05-2007)
Filters : W85ND6 & ND6 Grad (Tiffen 3x3 and 3x4)

Info of Exposure :
Metered expusure : 12,5 EV
Calculated exposure : 11,5 EV / 10 sec.
Dev. : 120 sec./+10 C°

The details of camera :
( Home-made assembled pinhole camera be composed of
few original photography equipments )
Camera body (the base) : Polaroid 600se camera back spacer no.1
(from my Polaroid 600se camera set, made by Mamiya)
Film back : Polaroid Land Pack Film Holder to medium format type pack film (from my Polaroid 600 SE set)
Shutter : Compal Polaroid MP4
Pinhole socket : Homemade (fit to filter holder)
Filter holder (82mm) : Homemade (fit to shutter)
Grip : I made it myself
Viewfinder : Door peeping (from OBI store) calibrated to the Instant pack film format (I made it myself)
Cable releasers : Nikon
Matte Box : Old bellows style Arriflex 3X4 (from my Eclair s16 movie camera set)
Rods mount : Homemade
Rods : Homemade
Tripod : No name
Head and Quick release plates : Manfrotto

Picture from the camera :
www.flickr.com/photos/jonespointfilm/2704150673/

The parameters of camera : (when I use 95x73 mm format instant film)
- focus : 50 mm
- angle of view : 100°17'55"
- pinhole : 0,3 mm (Lenox Laser)
- diaphragm : 167
- light falloff at the corners [f/stops] : 2,6
- film diagonal : 120 mm
- resolution [lines/diagonal] : 800 (6,7 lines/mm)

Post work : (2009.08.27.)
Scanner : Epson Perfection 3200 Photo (1200 dpi)
Scanner software : SilverFast SE
Final work : PS

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Comments very much welcome !

Important note:
This images are copyright protected. No reproduction in any way,
no copies, no editing, no publishing, no screenshots, no posting,
no blogging, no transmitting downloading or uploading
without my written permission!
Thank you !


Niepce's bench (original )
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Image by jonespointfilm
Pinhole/Camera Obscura /Lensfree/Loch camera/Lensless / Without Lens/Sténope/Spazio Stenopeico/Lyukkamera Photography

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Author : IMRE BECSI
© All rights reserved


Location of shoot : Csobánka, Hungary, Central-Europe

Time of shoot : 21.05.2009.

Please see to the coloured version :
www.flickr.com/photos/jonespointfilm/3551616645/sizes/l/
and
Please see to the layered version :
www.flickr.com/photos/jonespointfilm/3663107883/

Info of Shooting :
Film : Fuji FP-100b
Filters : 1 mm of thick flat glass smeared with lard

Info of Exposure :
Metered expo.: 13 Ev (with Minolta Spot Meter)
Calculated expo.: 12,75 Ev / 10 sec.
( I use my reciprocity compensation value chart to Fuji B&W film)
Developing time : 40 sec. /+20 C°

The details of camera :
( Home-made assembled pinhole camera be composed of
few original photography equipments )
Camera body (the base) : Polaroid 600se camera back spacer no.1 and one other camera back spacer no.1
(from my Polaroid 600se camera set, made by Mamiya)
Film back : Polaroid Land Pack Film Holder to medium format type pack film (from my Polaroid 600 SE set)
Shutter : Compal Polaroid MP4
Pinhole socket : Homemade (fit to filter holder)
Filter holder (82mm) : Homemade (fit to shutter)
Grip : I made it myself
Viewfinder : Door peeping (from OBI store) calibrated to the Instant pack film format (I made it myself)
Cable releasers : Nikon
Matte Box : Old bellows style Arriflex 3X4 (from my Eclair s16 movie camera set)
Rods mount : Homemade
Rods : Homemade
Tripod : Velbon
Ball Head : Velbon
Quick release plates : Manfrotto


The camera name is : New MPC Short
Picture from the camera :
www.flickr.com/photos/jonespointfilm/2704150673/in/set-72...

The parameters of camera : (when I use 95x73 mm format instant film)
- focus : 80 mm
- angle of view (width): 73°39'7"
- pinhole : 0,3 mm (Lenox Laser)
- diaphragm (f/stop) : 267
- light falloff at the corners [f/stops] : 1,3
- film diagonal : 120 mm
- resolution (lines/diagonal) : 800 (7 lines/mm)

Post work : (21.05.2009.)
Scanner : Epson Perfection 3200 Photo (1200 dpi)
Scanner software : SilverFast SE
Final work : PS

Thanks for looking !
Comments very much welcome !

Important note:
all images are copyright protected © All rights reserved. no reproduction in any way, no copies, no editing, no publishing, no screenshots, no posting, no blogging, no transmitting downloading or uploading without my written permission!

 
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