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Lost Paradise

Lost Paradise
Once this settlement prospered. For the ancient Pueblo people who lived here many centuries ago it was paradise on earth. Then their world came crashing down upon them leading to the abandonment of this and many other cities in the canyonlands of what is now the Southwestern USA.

This photo was taken by a Hasselblad 500C medium format film camera with a Carl Zeiss Distagon 1:4 f=50mm lens and a Zenza Bronica 67mm SY44•2C(Y1) filter using Fuji Neopan Acros 100 film, the negative scanned by an Epson Perfection V600 and digitally rendered with Photoshop.

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 Puchinpappy
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Good tone control.
2 months ago.
Scott Holcomb club has replied to Puchinpappy club
The 'old' Fuji Acros performed well using yellow filters, revealing excellent detail and contrast. I have not yet tried the 'new' Acros.
2 months ago.

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