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Looking at the Carillon

Looking at the Carillon
Photo Information
Copyright: Leander Conferido (jlconferido) (66)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2008-12-19
Categories: Architecture
Camera: Nikon N80, 24mm/2.8, Fujifilm YKL 100, Hoya 52mm circular polariser
Photo Version: Original Version
Theme(s): Images of a Soundtrack [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2008-02-04 4:11
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Points: 0
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
I took this image of the Carillon belltower during the 2007 University of the Philippines' Lantern Parade. I exposed this film by spotmeter and took a meter reading on the white beam of the belltower and overexposed it by 1.5 stops. I also took a meter reading of the highlights and the shadow areas and the readings are within the film contrast range.
The lady on the foreground is a student of the university and while I was about to take a shot she suddenly passed in front of me and literally took the moment away. But to my surprise she stopped and looked up and I carefully took the shot. I wanted to take another shot of this beautiful tower from another angle but the thing is it is surrounded by trees. The negative was scanned and I did some minor post processing. I really am particular about exposure especially about using the spot meter because it makes you careful, and really challenges you in a way that you have this decision to use its capabilities to bring out details and color rendition.

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im just wondering,insomiacloka 2 02-04 19:40
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