Scoo

Scoo

Posted on 10/06/2009


Photo taken on October  7, 2009


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Fomapan 200
colour separation
Minolta AL
45mm f/2


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Cathedral colour separation test

Cathedral colour separation test
A test shot taken today using two green and blue filters in an attempt at getting stronger filtration (placebo for me at the scanner maybe...).


A bit too red, but still something.

f/2.8 and one second exposure.

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Berny
Berny
interesting result, like the tone a lot!
5 years ago.
Scoo has replied to Berny
Thank you!

I've located some stronger green and blue filters, as soon as I find a way to order them I should get a better result with filters that are of an equal strength.
5 years ago.
Scoo
Scoo
UPDATE: using two stacked filters is folly, I should have known. Using two filters won't cause stronger filtration, only loss of transmitted light. If one wants more filtration one needs a deeper filter (in my case a green #58 instead of two yellow-green/light green X1 and a blue #47 instead of an 80A and a 80B that are really colour compensating filters and not strong enough for colour separation.

As green #58 and blu #47 aren't that common, one can certainly get some kind of result, such as I did above, with weaker fiters.
4 years ago.