Flowing Energy

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  1. Ian-Barber

    Ian-Barber Administrator Staff Member

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    A small drive into the North Yorkshire Moors with @martin-f5 we stumbled on this lovely flowing tributary meandering its way through the woodland. The water was almost black in colour which I can only assume is derived from the dark coloured peat on the moors.

    Including reciprocity for the film, the exposure time indicated 12 seconds. At such a long time, I knew the water was most likely to render as virtually nothing and I wanted to retain some texture.

    I decided to split the exposure time into segments so that at least some of the texture showed through.

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    Chamonix 045N-2
    150mm Lens
    FomaPan 200 Film
    Developed in Kodak XTOL 6 minutes
     
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    it was a wonderful place in the moors, not so spectacular but very impressing.
    The idea to do a multiple exposure instead of a long exposure works quite well. Love it.
    Wind and water of course shows the energy and power much better.
     

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