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Aurora Australis at 2015 Vicsouth by Mark
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Taken at 9. 38 pm local time 7/11/2015, ISO 6400, 14mm, f 2.8, 45 second exposure (KP index at the time was 6.5)

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Heeland Coo by Arran Moffat
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Samsung GX20 TAMRON SP AF 28-75mm F2.8 XR Di @ 50mm ISO 400 F/2.8 for 1/500s Feel free to use this image. However, please give credit to www.arranmoffat.co.uk

anyways on a nicer subject i think i might be getting someone to help me with my cat iso shift… either that or the shift coordinator misspelled the hours but she said the new volunteer would be working 12-3 and im 2-5 so even having an hour of assistance would be really helpful coz giving 10+ kitties all the attention they need is hard for one person 

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{2o16} #o2o, #o21 & #o22 (week 6) 

(12o film (fomapan 1oo pushed to iso 4oo), scanned negatives)

this really didn’t work as imagined. one mistake was to use the 5omm lens, which is actually quite an obvious mistake (because the wide-angle lens already distorts the space and with that captures too much of it to make sense in this arrangement) but it seems that i do have to make the most obvious mistakes, it’s just not possible for me to let them pass by. the other problem is the light - bright sunshine and deep shadows and me obviously not knowing how to meter this or how to compensate. though maybe it would have been a lesser problem with the 127mm lens. as the 5omm captures so much space and with that so many details, those become too small in the pictures and eventually lose that what interests me about this place. so i’d like to reshoot this sometime in the future and i hope i will have enough motivation to do that, even though photo class is over. but i love this place and still think this idea could work well here. 

btw: i shot all of these handheld. so if you’re a guy and you can’t shoot handheld with your mamiya in the weirdest positions for like three hours you should put up some weights and work your arms ;p my back was aching afterwards though