Cruising Into Vancouver

Cruising Into Vancouver

On the same morning that I took this and this, I took about two rolls of slide film and, now that we have this amazing new scanner at work, I can start posting the slides I took that day (and many others) as well.

Slide film has a substantially larger dynamic range and the place that I see that most is in sunrise and sunset shots like these. Whereas, in a digital shot, the brightest part of the sky would be a white mess, here it is an amazing orange. Just as it should be. Perhaps I have to qualify my statement; with my digital camera, the sky would be blown out. The good news is that prices are dropping on good digital SLRs all the time.

Scanned slide, colour corrected, sharpened in Photoshop.

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Cruising Into Vancouver

Cruising Into Vancouver

On the same morning that I took this and this, I took about two rolls of slide film and, now that we have this amazing new scanner at work, I can start posting the slides I took that day (and many others) as well.

Slide film has a substantially larger dynamic range and the place that I see that most is in sunrise and sunset shots like these. Whereas, in a digital shot, the brightest part of the sky would be a white mess, here it is an amazing orange. Just as it should be. Perhaps I have to qualify my statement; with my digital camera, the sky would be blown out. The good news is that prices are dropping on good digital SLRs all the time.

Scanned slide, colour corrected, sharpened in Photoshop.

no geodata found

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Camera: PerfectionV700
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35mm Focal Length:
Exposure: 0 sec
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Posted: 2006-10-06 | 17:46


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