1/125 f/11.0 80.0 mm ISO 400

Victor Hasselblad 500C

Planar 1:2.8 f=80mm

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Desert Canyonlands
Farmington
New Mexico
Hasselblad 500C
Carl Zeiss Planar 1:2.8 f=80mm lens
Zenza Bronica 67mm SO56•2C(YA3) filter
Ilford HP5 Plus 400
Black & White
6 X 6
Medium Format
120 film
Epson Perfection V600
Photoshop Digitalization


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Growing up in the Four Corners Region of northwestern New Mexico, vast horizons were the norm. I could only imagine what it was like to live in a big city.

This photo was taken by a Hasselblad 500C medium format film camera with a Carl Zeiss Planar 1:2.8 f=80mm lens and a Zenza Bronica 67mm SO56•2C(YA3) filter using Ilford HP5 Plus 400 film, the negative scanned by an Epson Perfection V600 and digitally rendered with Photoshop.

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 homaris
homaris club
above, on the left the human trail.
2 months ago.
Scott Holcomb club has replied to homaris club
Yes, even in this remote region, civilization has arrived . . .
2 months ago.

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