Scoo

Scoo

Posted on 06/13/2009


Photo taken on June 13, 2009


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TMAX 100
Nikon F2
colour separation
color separation
80-200mm f/4.5
trichromy


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Tri-colour beach at sunset a.k.a the Duck

Tri-colour beach at sunset a.k.a the Duck 

One of the less successful colour separations/trichromies. Amazing though that the duck stayed in one place during the session (of taking three shots and swapping filters in between).

For more of this, see this flickr group.

Blogged here.


sommerpfuetze, Ulrich have particularly liked this photo


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Ulrich
Ulrich
Which filters do you use ?
5 years ago.
Scoo has replied to Ulrich
Hoya's red (25A) green (X1) and blue (80B) filters intended for black and white photography & for using daylight film under tungsten lighting. The filter factors of 6x/3 stops (red) versus 4x/2 stops ( green and blue) means though that the red channel is a bit too strong and has to be taken into account when assembling a composite.
5 years ago.