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Hunting Camp at Dawn. Camera is Canon FT with FL 28/3.5 and film is Fuji Superia 400. Developed/scanned by The Darkroom.

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Fiery Gizzard Creek. Nikon fm2n, most likely the series e 28/2.8, fp4+ from some years back.

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Cool, used to know a landowner there and went caving on his property as well as Catacomb and Bible Springs on the roadside. Where on the creek is this?
 

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I love this! 😍
Thank you kindly! I have extensively photographed this area over the past 16+ years and will share more from the area.

Cool, used to know a landowner there and went caving on his property as well as Catacomb and Bible Springs on the roadside. Where on the creek is this?
This is about a quarter mile down the trail head from the parking lot. I have photographed there so much that I began really slowing my walk down to a crawl looking for new compositions. This is a fun little spot on the creek with a lot of potential.
 

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Another from further down the fiery gizzard trail, about 2 miles in at the Chimneys. Kentmere 100 film on a canon a1 back....probably the vivitar 28/2.5 or ssc 35/2. No anti halation layer on the k100 so blooming in full effect due to the backlight. I think it works here, or at least I like it.

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Schelde meersen, Gentbrugge, Belgium.
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A question:
Why do my pictures I post here have a red-pinkish tone?
When I 'prepare' them in LRC, after scanning the negative, I warm the image tone a tad for some deepness, and it looks good, rather very slightly 'cold' low-key sepia but certainly not reddish-pinkish.
But when I see the same photograph again a while after its posted, like the last one now, it looks not good.
Please note, it happens a while after the posting, not in the preview nor in the next day, it takes some time, and not all of them, some do and other don't get the image tone 'changed', strange...
I use always the same computer, a Macbook Pro, the same platform and the screen thus, and always the same toning preset in LRC.
 

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Young birches in the Gentbrugse Scheldemeersen (the marches along the river Escaut) Ghent (Gentbrugge), Flanders, Belgium.

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Young birches in the Gentbrugse Scheldemeersen (the marches along the river Escaut) Ghent (Gentbrugge), Flanders, Belgium.
Nice composition, but my eyes want to peek into the dark foreground, and are frustrated by the absence of details there.
And the image tone, is that what you were referring to above? Indeed it looks reddish on my monitor as well.
A question:
Why do my pictures I post here have a red-pinkish tone?
Could it be something to do with color profiles? Like, you upload an image with a specific, slightly uncommon profile, that is mis-interpreted by the forum software? How about trying to upload in sRGB, just to be on the safe/dumb side? Just a hypothesis, of course, probably wrong.
 

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I really like this one. The colors. How it feels like a Celtic scared space. The mill stone is a perfect touch.

Thanks Stephen. It's a well known spot, and in some respects looks even better in full autumn colour. However then you wouldn't get the same contrast between the green and red/orange tones, so this is a somewhat different take.
 
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Nice composition, but my eyes want to peek into the dark foreground, and are frustrated by the absence of details there.
And the image tone, is that what you were referring to above? Indeed it looks reddish on my monitor as well.

Could it be something to do with color profiles? Like, you upload an image with a specific, slightly uncommon profile, that is mis-interpreted by the forum software? How about trying to upload in sRGB, just to be on the safe/dumb side? Just a hypothesis, of course, probably wrong.

Thank you Bernard.

The foreground was dark, wet, muddy and full of decomposed leafs...
I found the contrast between "darkness" of the foreground an the 'whiteness' of the birches interesting.
 
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