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Julianna in Gage Park
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June 12, 2014
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Not the best shots, but here are a few shots of Julianna at/near Gage Park.  These were taken with the Mamiya 645E on Kodak Ektar 100 film.

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I love the feel and colors film give. #2 is my favorite. On #1 I would move Julianna to the right to create more balanced composition. You have two subjects Julianna (she is the main) and train. Now they are on top of each other, so on the right you have an empty space. 

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Thanks Oksana…that is great advice about the composition.  I was more focused (pun intended) on getting everything focused (which I didn’t accomplish.  I was using a variable ND filterso I could open the aperture right up and it was too dark.  I know how to use the filter better now, just need to get Julianna back down to the tracks :)

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Brian
The film look is great as Oksana stated and I too agree that the 2nd shot is
my favourite – probably because it looks absolutely natural and unposed.
I see what Oksana is saying about the 1st shot being left side “crowded” and too
much empty space on the right. That advice is something I will try to remember
myself in the future.
Nice shots.
Dale.

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Brian Copeland said
Thanks Oksana…that is great advice about the composition.  I was more focused (pun intended) on getting everything focused (which I didn’t accomplish.  I was using a variable ND filterso I could open the aperture right up and it was too dark.  I know how to use the filter better now, just need to get Julianna back down to the tracks :)

Brian, if you wanted everything in focus, ND filter is definitely not your friend. It is all opposite. You would use ND filter to be able to use wider Aperture = shallower DoF (less of the image in focus/blured background) = more light into the camera. ND filter is needed to block some light which is getting into the camera, in case for some reason you can’t block it in any other way (like with faster shatter speed for example) 

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