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Some X-pan Photos in B&W

Discussion in 'City, Still life & Abstract' started by Cyril Jayant, Jan 1, 2012.

  1. Cyril Jayant

    Cyril Jayant Member

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    This is one of my newly focus on-going project on Cityscape hope you'll like them!!



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    I find this X-pan is an amazing tool if you master it

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    Second part

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    Hope you'll like them!
     
  3. Cyril Jayant

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    And Few more

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    :proud::z04_123:
     
  4. sailronin

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    Great set Cyril.
    Very well done.
    Dave
     
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    This series continues and amazingly my developed negative lot is getting more. It'll be a real pleasure to share my images here among you,guys with great experience. This is a new discovery for me to find about this great X-pan, as I have several other systems to Leica and Square-format .
    But I think properly composed and arranged images can produced with more visual effect in Pano. format.

    Thanks Dave----

    Cyril
     
  6. biglouis

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    Great set of captures.

    I'm not sure about the horizon on a couple but that is outweighed by the overall quality of the complete work which is very high.

    LouisB
     
  7. Cyril Jayant

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    Thank you so much for your comments and feedback Louis, and I really appreciate it.

    Regards
    Cyril
     
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    Thank you admin For all the troubles to you took to sort out the problem! Great!
     
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    Some more new images:D
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  10. Swissblad

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    Great images, Cyril!
    What scanner are you using?
     
  11. Cyril Jayant

    Cyril Jayant Member

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    Hi Swissblad ! Thank you.
    I have switched in to Hblad Flextight 5X scanner. Started hiring from a Pro Lab, did archiving some of my old negatives. I can't believe the scans are very different from Nikon cool scan. Nothing to say, first time I see some of my highest quality in all the scans. If you have not tried it please do it and it is worth to get the best out of every or selected Hasselblad negative. They are unique and deserve finish with a Blad scanning>:D
     
  12. Swissblad

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    Thanks for the reply, Cyril.
    I tried a Epson V750 and was not too happy - will see where I can rent a flex tight.
    Keep shooting!
    S:)
     
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    Swissblad please go in to this link
    https://www.hasselbladinfo.com/index.php?threads/landscapes-and-city.6456/
    some new images I have posted . They are all form the Blad Flextight scans. I am not great in Post processing but They look better !:D Don't they?
     
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