Peso: Two more from Wilson Creek

Ken Waller kwaller at peoplepc.com
Sun Sep 16 19:43:43 EDT 2018


Bill, I take it that these were all in-camera multiple exposures, yes?


-----Original Message-----
>From: ann sanfedele <annsan at nyc.rr.com
>Subject: Re: Peso: Two more from Wilson Creek
>
>Of the 4 you've shown us so far, 20186 is my favorite... it's nice to 
>accomplish capturing the smooth milky water as a blur, it isn't what one 
>can see
>when you are actually in that place..  The texture of the water in the 
>this one takes me there.. it looks like what my eyes can see - nice 
>geometry too.
>
>ann
>
>On 9/15/2018 8:54 PM, Bill wrote:
>> http://users.accesscomm.ca/wrphoto/wilson/wilson20184.html
>>
>> K1, A* 85/1.4 @ f5.6 18 exposure stack at 15 sec/exposure.
>>
>> http://users.accesscomm.ca/wrphoto/wilson/wilson20186.html
>>
>> K1, D FA* 50/1.4 @ f5.6 20 exposure stack at 1/6 second per exposure.
>>
>> My goal with these pictures was to try, to a certain extent, to 
>> emulate what I used to be able to do so easily with 4x5 film, which 
>> was get really deep depth of field along with tremendous detail, while 
>> at the same time introducing sufficient blur into the moving water to 
>> turn it to milk.
>>
>> To get this result, I needed to shoot at the best aperture and then 
>> stack the images, and use multi stop neutral density filters to expand 
>> the exposures out. I decided to throw the polarizer on mostly to see 
>> what it would do.
>>
>> This was the sort of thing I would have done with Ilford Pan-F rated 
>> at ISO 12 or so, and using an f/stop of 45 or even 64.
>>
>> Overall I am pleased with the result.
>>
>> Oh and, comments welcome.
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> bill
>>
>
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