Scott Holcomb

Scott Holcomb

Posted on 06/08/2013


Photo taken on January  7, 2013



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Point Reyes National Seashore
Point Reyes Lighthouse
Visitor Center
Marin
California
Zenza Prism Finder
Zenza Bronica S2
Nippon Kogaku Japan
Nikkor-H 1:3.5 f=5 cm
Fujicolor Reala 100
Medium Format
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HP Scanjet G4050
Photoshop Digitalization


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Point Reyes National Park

Point Reyes National Park
On the pathway to the historic Pt. Reyes Lighthouse.

This photo was taken by a Zenza Bronica S2 medium format film camera and Nikkor-H 1:3.5 f=5 cm lens using Fujicolor Reala 100 film, the negative scanned by an HP Scanjet G4050 and digitally rendered with Photoshop.

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6 comments - The latest ones
Bob Taylor
Bob Taylor
Beautiful! Terrific color, excellent composition.
4 years ago.
Scott Holcomb has replied to Bob Taylor
The afternoon sun on a clear winter day as seen through a Nikkor lens . . .
4 years ago.
Manfred Jochum
Manfred Jochum
Most impressive.
4 years ago.
Scott Holcomb has replied to Manfred Jochum
The light conditions were even more impressive considering that this coast is typically smothered in fog.
4 years ago.
Dan Fjällman
Dan Fjällman
A pleasure to watch. Especially the texture of the rock and the orange color contrasting to the blue sky.

Did you use a polarizer to get these rich saturated colors?
4 years ago.
Scott Holcomb has replied to Dan Fjällman
I did not use a polarizing filter on this shot. The Nikkor H lens has multiple coatings which deliver very rich colors in bright sunny conditions with Fuji Reala 100 as the perfect film medium. The scanner (an HP G4050) has a 2-pass, 6-color protocol. The high resolution scan was then digitally rendered with minimal adjustments by Photoshop to complete the process.
4 years ago.