6 Things I Love About Shooting the F6

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Clouds, Mountains, Snow and Ilford PanF50 Plus

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follow link Not long ago I decided to spend some focused time shooting Ilford's PanF 50 Plus. In an effort to minimize variables the decision was made to focus on 35mm using the trusted and favored F6. The F6's venerable meter virtually eliminates exposure error, and I really wanted to dial in [...]

Aerial Photography of Rocky Mountain National Park

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A sea of dense, puffy clouds blanketed the Rockies this beautiful afernoon, with the occasional granite beheamoth poking its craggy head up through for a breath of crisp, high-altitude air. The Mountains seemed to wave hello to our little craft as we passed above, reminding me of humpback whales breaching in Alaska.

Night Vision (sort of); or Custom Setting B5 (Extended Shutter Speeds)

By |March 24th, 2017|6 Things I Love About Shooting the F6, B5 Extended Shutter Speed, Black and White, Custom Settings Menu (CSM), Technical Features|

Out of the box the F6 is set to display possible shutter speeds from 1/8,000 of a second to 30 seconds. After 30 seconds the camera has the customary "bulb" setting, allowing you to trip the shutter manually (with something like the MC-30 cable release) for as long an exposure as [...]