Cinemagraph 
These aren’t your ordinary GIFs. The cinemagraph is a medium pioneered (and named) by husband and wife team Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg in which individual instants of motion are isolated against a static image. This dichotomy creates moments that are quiet and contemplative, elevating the humble GIF into something much more refined.


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Gottwaldova 


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Sunflowers 


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Ilford PAN 400 development times 
http://www.pinhol.com.pl/s&a/artyku ... 100400.pdf

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Photography tutorial on using a Beauty Dish  
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBcevMyGfaE

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Fomapan 100 in Ilford ID11 for 6.5mins 


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ViewFinder (VF) which would look cool on Sigma DP1 


http://cameraquest.com/inventor.htm


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Night walk in Prague with Vesmir 


Exposure: f4.5/4s at iso 400 (Sigma 15-30,28mm,EOS400D)

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The Nocturnes memo 
A long time ago Michael Kenna was interviewed by Tim Baskerville about night photography. As I would like to keep Michael's time suggestion, I'm pasting it here. The whole article can be foud at: http://www.thenocturnes.com/resources/kenna.html

"On the first few night sessions students work with one manual camera, one lens set at f5.6, a tripod, cable release, flash light, paper, pencil, and Tri-X film (Tri-X is iso 400). I give basic starting points (i.e. an exposure in the city with direct street lighting-5 second exposure, in the city with indirect street lighting-1 minute, city open spaces with distant lighting-5 minutes, landscape outside the city-30 minutes, etc.), they will bracket one and two stops plus and minus, writing every exposure down, noting as many details as possible about the lighting conditions at the time. I suggest that they process their film 20% less than their usual development time. I think the initial hurdle involved in photographing at night is in getting comfortable with the equipment and the environment - it really is quite different from photographing during the day."

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Tatry 07 


Prvni fotka, na ktere jsem zkousel HDR (high-dynamic-range). Film je naskenovany s korekci expozice -0.7/0/+0.7 EV, TIFFy v Photoshopu preveveny do "HDR" obrazku. Velmi pekny tutorial HDR. Dalsi informace o HDR.

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