John Sheldon

John Sheldon

Posted on 01/21/2018


Photo taken on May 25, 1980


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Birds
Medium format
Analogue
London Zoo
Film camera
Mamiya C220
Peacock


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Peacock, London Zoo, 1980

Peacock, London Zoo, 1980 

May 1980.
Kodak 400 ASA colour negative film, CanoScan 8800F flatbed scanner.
Mamiya C220 TLR medium format film camera.
Mamiya Sekor 135mm f4.5 lenses.

Roger Dodger, William Sutherland, Xata, Tanja - Loughcrew have particularly liked this photo


7 comments - The latest ones
Tanja - Loughcrew
Tanja - Loughcrew
For me it´s the most royal bird John....I like the area you took this photo..the soft light and the background!
Have a nice Sunday ;)
9 months ago.
John Sheldon has replied to Tanja - Loughcrew
Thanks, Tanja!
9 months ago.
Xata
Xata
Proud like a peacock... and splendid DOF choice, John
9 months ago.
John Sheldon has replied to Xata
The aperture was f5.6. I remember this because it was my favourite aperture on that lens. I had a 4X neutral density filter fitted as the film was 'fast' at 400ASA. This proved costly later in the day - I will soon be trying to process a frame for which I forgot to remove the filter!
9 months ago. Edited 9 months ago.
Xata has replied to John Sheldon
Almost always the same with filters, LOL!
5.6 is one of my favorite apertures...
9 months ago.
William Sutherland
William Sutherland
Excellent peacock capture!

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9 months ago.
Roger Dodger
Roger Dodger
Achieved a nice depth of colour, nice capture.
9 months ago.