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Discussion in 'Landscape' started by Tom Narwid, Aug 9, 2018.
Image was recorded on "Caper Hill, in Reading, Vermont with a 4x5 Wista wood field camera.
Wow Tom!!! This is such a sweet scene, and knowing it was shot with a 4x5 Wista wood camera just adds to how special this is.
Beautiful image Tom.
I was wondering when you would post this beautiful image, Tom. I am glad everyone else gets to see this now. My daughter Erin has this one on her bedroom wall.
Wow - amazing mists really turn this one into a delightful image. I can see why Doug's daughter has this one on her wall. Very nice seen and shot.
That is gorgeous! Don't know what a Wista Wood is but hey it did good and so did you hahahha
Absolutely gorgeous love this image
A treat to see this fine art again, thanks Tom.
Great job! I seem to have issues shooting in fog. Evidently you do not ;-)
Film? What's that?
What a great capture indeed. Has an exquisite feel to it, the mist adds instead of taking away for sure. Lovely, and no doubt no small amount of expertise required in executing this shot so perfectly with equipment I expect many of us could not 'drive' with such skill.
Very fine image. Beautiful, light and dreamy.
Great image, I did not comment when I first saw this on my ipad, but now that I am home and have a keyboard, let me just say this is beautiful.
When did you shoot this? Are you still using that camera much? Do you work in a darkroom printing yourself? How do you scan your film?
THis is beautiful. Hope you've printed it big!
This is so beautiful! Love the fog!
I no longer use a view camera Jim. When I did the film was scanned at Boston Photo Imaging by a friend of mine. I did do some Cibachrome printing way back when but that was in the last century.
Beautiful image Tom. Great light and the mist adds mystery to the scene. Nice composition as well.
Amazing capture, love it.
This was printed up to 48 inches wide and did very well in my gallery I had in Jerome, Az for 10 years.