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Entry no.: 1297

8 Aug 2012, 10:48 AM

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Photography How to spot the members of the deviant Cult of Normal Life

How to spot the members of the deviant Cult of Normal Life, © Cristian -Kit- Paul, Toscana, Italy, 2010.

Tuscany. © Cristian ·Kit· Paul. Click here or on the image to enlarge.


Reply no.: 1

7 Oct 2012, 5:31 PM

jay :

assuming that a film & gear stated were used I do not understand this dark vignette , more than that I have used ilford 125 several times and it does not simply give such a grain , grain of this size appears with 400 iso speed . this photo looks great but it is certainly digitalized

Reply no.: 2

10 Oct 2012, 9:53 AM


Hi Jay, and thank you for the comment.

However, I do not post-process my images (except for dust removal). The strong vignette comes from the lens I use—Leica Noctilux. When open at F/1.0, the Noctilux vignettes a lot: there are up to 3 stops difference in exposure between center and corners. The grain comes from factors as the developer type, temperature, agitation, etc.

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