For this experiment, I used only the Lt. Blue and the Lt. Orange filters, with several different arrangements and the white snow as a back drop. The flowers are a deep crimson, burnt yellow and burnt sienna. The film I used was Kodak CN400 Professional at 400-1000ASA. I used several different settings to capture this series, and the film lives up to most of its claims. You could honestly give an slr to a 8 yr old, show them how to focus and shoot, and at pretty near any setting, the film is functional. It has the widest exposure latitude that I have seen in a black and white film, thus far.
Monday, November 1, 2010
Learning about Filters (black and white)
Posted by hell-on-a-stick at 8:05 AM
Labels: 400ASA, black and white, Experimental photography, filters, flowers, kodak cn400
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