The Turbine Hall and Newtown in Winter, part 1


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5 Aug 2014 : Images below were updated with same, but through a fresh new Ektachrome E100GX processing !

2014 Jul 20, ISO800, f2.8,  0.01, X1003788 2014 Jul 20, ISO3200, f5.6,  0.01, X1003758

2014 Jul 20, ISO500, f5.6,  0.01, X10037562014 Jul 20, ISO500, f5.6,  0.01, X1003755

2014 Jul 20, ISO200, f2.8,  0.00625, X1003781 2014 Jul 20, ISO400, f5.6,  0.01, X1003749

2014 Jul 20, ISO200, f2.8,  0.005, X1003780

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3 responses to “The Turbine Hall and Newtown in Winter, part 1

    • Hi

      This was some time ago and i switched to fully processing raws as Classic Chrome, and then to the real Kodachrome and E100GX. Almost certain it was in Lightroom, but then it was a demo and i lost all my presets in an incident, and had to redevelop and all. Moved to a better Kodachrome look since – you can have a look at http://www.shadesofdark.com

      • Thanks!
        I work on my custom raw-processing program and I am finding the ways to realize some semi-automatic harmonization techniques for digital shots. I have fuji’s x series camera but Classic Chrome’s look is far enough from your. So, if you can share some ideas I would glad to try it.

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