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Aint life grate by scottjamesprebble Aint life grate by scottjamesprebble
Aint life grate By Scott James Prebble

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Camera: Nikon F5 Professional 35mm Film SLR [link]
Lens: Sigma 14mm 1:3.5 Wideangle
Film: Agfachrome CT Precisa 100 slide film [link]
Processing: E-6 film cross processed as C-41
Light: Available
Presentation: Scanned original negative




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:iconthatiam:
thatIam Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Pun intended of course :giggle:

i can only imagine the looks you get taking these urban shots :D
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:iconscottjamesprebble:
scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2008
Believe me when I say they are funny...;)
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:iconthatiam:
thatIam Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
but it's so much ... isn't it? ... makes you want to do Even stranger things ;p
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scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2008
Indeed.

:D
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:iconthatiam:
thatIam Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
damn Scott ... appologies inserted here: think I've been losing my friggin mind lately ... that's the third comment in 24 hours I've looked back at & thought ... what the hell was wrong with me ... sorry for the slipping grasp on words ... maybe i'm doing a bit too much multi-tasking ... promise to try to compose complete thoughts from now on ;p
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scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2008
hehehe...no worries hun.

:hug:
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:iconamander:
amander Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2007   Writer
Suprising. This is a different style but I like it. :) The title my dear, throws your viewers off before you see the picture, but knowing you, you giggled when you posted it.
It has wonderful colors scott. I like it.
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scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2007
I did infact giggle......;)
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:iconmegsmad:
megsmad Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2007
wonderful wonderful colours... somhow i can see a butterfly in the grate... its probably just an autumn leaf though

love the yellow of the car :)

:heart:
you know i'm going to fav this
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scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2007
Ahhhhhhh butterflies, thats a nice thought.
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:iconmegsmad:
megsmad Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2007
:)
butterflies are wonderful.
such special creatures
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:icongroovaciousk:
groovaciousk Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007
I love good titles. I title all of my photos that I do with David. This one is grate. (Grins)
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scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007
Yeah he mentioned that, that's really cool, the name of piece of art is as an important factor as any in the composition, I put a lot of effort into mine, rather than Untitled 12....lol.....

:D
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SixHawks Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007
Nice perspective, always been a big fan of the cross-processing. Is the vignetting from the lens or post production?
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:iconscottjamesprebble:
scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007
The slight vignetting is caused by the 14mm wideangle lens, but it's only really noticable when prints are darkened, but I think it kinda adds to images anyway.

:D
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:iconsixhawks:
SixHawks Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2007
I agree, theres an art to good vignetting! Thats a nice 14mm lens you have, not too much barrel distotion.
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scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2007
Indeed, it's a little beauty.

:D
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Intergrativeone Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007  Professional General Artist
so scottjamesprebble of you...
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scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007
:D

*Wonders if thats a good or bad thing*
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:iconintergrativeone:
Intergrativeone Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007  Professional General Artist
most definitely a good thing ... very unpredictable in theme, but always predictable with style and skill... so yes, I would say that would fall in the good category... carry on ... g
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scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2007
Phew, thanks.
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reevadeeva Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007
Haha nice title!
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TheHarlequinsMask Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007  Professional Photographer
Neat perspective. Tongue firmly in cheek with the title too, I see. :lol: Like the way you've framed this mate.
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scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007
It's nothing special I know, I just love the colours that cross processing produce.

:D
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iDarkBrown Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2007
tats cool

:peace:
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