OttoVonChriek: The link where you can see a color version is here:
Interestingly Tin Eye also found a copy of this photo credited to user 'Anne Dixon' on myfinepix.com
Certainly the photo's in Ted's gallery show an interesting range of cameras. Are they all his or is there something we should be told :D
I'm impressed with the quality of the colouring, how did you achieve it?
Derek Dean: Seems to me that it's quite possible the poster simply misunderstood the requirements, and thought it was supposed to be a photo OF a film camera.
In any case, it's a lovely photo.
Camera, ISO, Focal length? All changed in line with a Hasselblad shooting FP4, which would be capable of this quality.
The link where you can see a color version is here:
Yes, there seems to be little doubt that this was not shot on FP4.
Of course if it's disqualified then there will be no trace of it.
If we leave the entry here then even if it's withdrawn these comments will remain as a testimony to what a loser DigitalTed is.
Leave or Disqualify? Wha' d'all think?
Ken Phillips: What I would like to have is a sensor module - with perhaps an APS-C or larger Sony sensor - with which I could create my own system (use Canon or Nikon glass, etc.)
There are numerous C mount modules available for the Pi.
I thought this was great shot and deserved to do much better!
This shows how film allows you to get a great photo with minimal kit!
THat's really showing off Portra's potential
And it got great results!
A great photo that captures a mood.
One of my personal favourites in this contest.
Milan? Great street photography.
A super composition and wonderful color.
I thought this was a wonderful shot.
An interesting exploit of Kodachrome color! (It is Kodachrome isn't it?)
That's something different....
That's a great street photograph, with a message.
A wonderful street photograph that also tells a story. This was my personal favourite
Just superb tones and a great composition
Now this is great street photography!